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Question 1 of 55
1. Question
1 points10^{4} is not equal to which of the following?
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Question 2 of 55
2. Question
1 pointsAn instrument store gives a 10% discount to all students off the original cost of an instrument. During a back to school sale an additional 15% is taken off the discounted price. Julie, a student at the local high school, purchases a flute for $306. How much did it originally cost?
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Question 3 of 55
3. Question
1 points64 is what percent of 80?
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Question 4 of 55
4. Question
1 pointsWhich of the following values is NOT equal to 34(58+9)?
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Question 5 of 55
5. Question
1 pointsTwo angles of a triangle measure 15° and 85 °. What is the measure for the third angle?
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Question 6 of 55
6. Question
1 pointsIf 5 ounces is equal to 140 grams, then 2 pounds of ground meat is equal to how many grams?
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Question 7 of 55
7. Question
1 pointsWhich of the following is equal to 5.93 x 10^{2}?
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Question 8 of 55
8. Question
1 pointsHow many cubed pieces of fudge that are 3 inches on an edge can be packed into a Christmas tin that is 9 inches deep by 12 inches wide by 9 inches high with the lid still being able to be closed?
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Question 9 of 55
9. Question
1 pointsSarah is twice as old as her youngest brother. If the difference between their ages is 15 years. How old is her youngest brother?
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Question 10 of 55
10. Question
1 pointsWhich of the following fractions is equal to 5/6?
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Question 11 of 55
11. Question
1 pointsWhat will it cost to tile a kitchen floor that is 12 feet wide by 20 feet long if the tile cost $8.91 per square yard?
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Question 12 of 55
12. Question
1 pointsFind 8.23 x 10^{9}
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Question 13 of 55
13. Question
1 points. In a writing competition, the first place winner receives ½ of the prize money. The second runner up receives ¼ of what the winner won. What was the total amount of prize money distributed if the winner receives $6,000?
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Question 14 of 55
14. Question
1 pointsYou are lying 120 ft away from a tree that is 50 feet tall. You look up at the top of the tree. Approximately how far is your head from the top of the tree in a straight line?
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Question 15 of 55
15. Question
1 pointsA cyclist bikes x distance at 10 miles per hour and returns over the same path at 8 miles per hour. What is the cyclist’s average rate for the round trip in miles per hour?
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Question 16 of 55
16. Question
1 points. If edging cost $2.32 per 12inch stone, and you want a double layer of edging around your flower bed that is 6 yards by 1 yard. How much will edging you flower bed cost?
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Question 17 of 55
17. Question
1 pointsIf 3x=6x15 then x + 8=
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Question 18 of 55
18. Question
1 pointsThe number of milliliters in 1 liter is
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Question 19 of 55
19. Question
1 pointsThe cost to ride on a ferry is $5.00 per vehicle and driver with an additional cost of 50 cents per passenger. If the charge to get on the ferry is $6.50, how many people were in the vehicle?
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Question 20 of 55
20. Question
1 pointsWhat is 1/9 of 9?
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Question 21 of 55
21. Question
1 pointsIn his pocket, a boy has 3 red marbles, 4 blue marbles, and 4 green marbles. How many will he have to take out of his pocket to ensure that he has taken out at least one of each color?
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Question 22 of 55
22. Question
1 pointsWhich fraction is equal to 0.20%?
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Question 23 of 55
23. Question
1 pointsFind the missing term in the following sequence: 4, 9, 19, __, 79
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Question 24 of 55
24. Question
1 pointsJessica decided to use 15 percent of her gross income for her down payment for a house. She makes $48,960.00 per year. How much money did Jessica’s budget allow for the down payment?
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Question 25 of 55
25. Question
1 points83,000 equals:
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Question 26 of 55
26. Question
1 pointsJessica makes $48,960.00 per year. She has a clothing budget of 5 % of her monthly budget. What was the average amount of money that Jessica’s budget allowed for clothing the first six months of 2001?
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Question 27 of 55
27. Question
1 pointsJessica makes 4080.00 per month. Her food budget is 25 % of her budget per month. If Jessica only spent 20% instead of the 25%, how much did she save?
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Question 28 of 55
28. Question
1 pointsJonathan can type a 20 page document in 40 minutes, Susan can type it in 30 minutes, and Jack can type it in 24 minutes. Working together, how much time will it take them to type the same document?
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Question 29 of 55
29. Question
1 pointsOf the following fractions, which is less than 2/3?
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Question 30 of 55
30. Question
1 pointsA hockey team won 6 games and lost 8. What is the ratio of wins to number of games?
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Question 31 of 55
31. Question
1 pointsSue receives a base salary of $90 weekly plus a 12% commission on all sales. Sue had $3,000 in sales this week. How much did she make total?
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Question 32 of 55
32. Question
1 pointsIf the perimeter of a rectangular house is 25 1/3 yards, and the length is 22 feet. What is the width
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Question 33 of 55
33. Question
1 points.00875 equals:
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Question 34 of 55
34. Question
1 pointsJimmy made a 15% profit on the sale of a custom designed boat, and the original cost of the boat was $15,000. The boat sold for how much?
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Question 35 of 55
35. Question
1 pointsJimmy recently bought a car. It originally cost $28,000.00 and he received a rebate of 1,800.00 and received another discount for a good driving record. His total discount was 15 percent of the original price. What was the amount of the good driving discount?
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Question 36 of 55
36. Question
1 points6.334 x 10^{4} =
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Question 37 of 55
37. Question
1 pointsIf 3x + 5x = 8, then x + 1 =
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Question 38 of 55
38. Question
1 pointsTwo angle in a triangle equal 120°. What is the measure of the third angle?
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Question 39 of 55
39. Question
1 pointsWhich of the following would be an appropriate unit to measure sugar for a cookie recipe?
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Question 40 of 55
40. Question
1 pointsMultiply x5 by x2
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Question 41 of 55
41. Question
1 pointsWhich is the largest: 27/30, 28/32, 38/40, 36/39, 75/85
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Question 42 of 55
42. Question
1 pointsMike, Chris, and John decided to go running. Mike can run 4 miles per hour, Chris can run 6 miles per hour, and John can run 5 miles per hour. Mike ran for 1 hour and 45 minutes, Chris ran 70 minutes, and John ran for 90 minutes. What was the total amount of miles that they combined to run?
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Question 43 of 55
43. Question
1 pointsMike, Chris, and John decided to go running. Mike can run 4 miles per hour, Chris can run 6 miles per hour, and John can run 5 miles per hour. Mike ran for 1 hour and 45 minutes, Chris ran 70 minutes, and John ran for 90 minutes. If Chris ran for 10 miles, how many more minutes would Mike have to run the exact same amount?
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Question 44 of 55
44. Question
1 pointsWhat simple interest rate will Susan need to secure to make $2,500 in interest on a $10,000 principal over 5 years?
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Question 45 of 55
45. Question
1 pointsA study reported that in a random sampling of 100 women over the age of 35 showed that 8 of the women were married 2 or more times. Based on the study results, how many women in a group of 5,000 women over the age of 35 would likely be married 2 or more times?
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Question 46 of 55
46. Question
1 pointsDivide x9 by x2
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Question 47 of 55
47. Question
1 pointsJohn is traveling to a meeting that is 28 miles away. He needs to be there in 30 minutes. How fast does he need to go to make it to the meeting on time?
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Question 48 of 55
48. Question
1 pointsMike, Chris, and John decided to go running. Mike can run 4 miles per hour, Chris can run 6 miles per hour, and John can run 5 miles per hour. Mike ran for 1 hour and 45 minutes, Chris ran 70 minutes, and John ran for 90 minutes. If Chris ran for 10 miles, how many more minutes would John have to run the exact same amount?
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Question 49 of 55
49. Question
1 pointsSam makes $25.00 per hour. He gets paid time and a half for overtime. He gets paid every week. His last check was for 1,600.00. How much overtime did he work last week?
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Question 50 of 55
50. Question
1 pointsSam makes $25.00 per hour. He gets paid time and a half for overtime. He gets paid every week. He earned a bonus check of $800.00 and he made $6,000.00 for the month. How many hours of overtime did he work?
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Question 51 of 55
51. Question
1 pointsThe last week of a month a car dealership sold 12 cars. A new sales promotion came out the first week of the next month and the sold 19 cars that week. What was the percent increase in sales from the last week of the previous month compared to the first week of the next month?
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Question 52 of 55
52. Question
1 pointsIf two planes leave the same airport at 1:00 PM, how many miles apart will they be at 3:00 PM if one travels directly north at 150 mph and the other travels directly west at 200 mph?
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Question 53 of 55
53. Question
1 pointsDuring a 4day festival, the number of visitors tripled each day. If the festival opened on a Thursday with 345 visitors, what was the attendance on that Sunday?
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Question 54 of 55
54. Question
1 pointsMultiply 10^{4} by 10^{2}
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Question 55 of 55
55. Question
1 pointsWhich of the following is NOT a fraction equivalent to 3/4?
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