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1.
A car dealership’s commercials claim that this year’s models are 20% off the list price, plus they will pay the first 3 monthly payments. If a car is listed for $26,580, and the monthly payments are set at $250, which of the following is the total potential savings?
2.
A dry cleaner charges $3 per shirt, $6 per pair of pants, and an extra $5 per item for mending. Annie drops off 5 shirts and 4 pairs of pants, 2 of which need mending. Assuming the cleaner charges an 8% sales tax, which of the following will be the amount of Annie’s total bill?
3.
A sandwich shop earns $4 for every sandwich (s) it sells, $2 for every drink (d), and $1 for every cookie (c). If this is all the shop sells, which of the following equations represents what the shop’s revenue (r) is over three days?
4.
Which of the following is the y-intercept of the line whose equation is
7y − 42x + 7 = 0?
5.
4 – 1/2^{2} + 24 ÷ (8 + 12)
Simplify the expression. Which of the following is correct?
6.
A rectangular field has area of 1452 square feet. If the length is three times the width, which of the following is the width of the field?
7.
The owner of a newspaper has noticed that print subscriptions have gone down 40% while online subscriptions have gone up 60%. Print subscriptions once accounted for 70% of the newspaper’s business, and online subscriptions accounted for 25%. Which of the following is the overall percentage growth or decline in business?
8.
(6.4)(2.8) ÷ 0.4
Simplify the expression. Which of the following is correct?
9.
Bridget is repainting her rectangular bedroom. Two walls measure 15 feet by 9 feet, and the other two measure 12.5 feet by 9 feet. One gallon of paint covers an average of 32 square meters. Which of the following is the number of gallons of paint that Bridget will use? (There are 3.28 feet in 1 meter.)
10.
5 2/3 × 1 7/8 ÷ 1/3
Simplify the expression. Which of the following is correct?
11.
Based on a favorable performance review at work, Matt receives a 3/20 increase in his hourly wage. If his original hourly wage is represented by w, which of the following represents his new wage?
12.
A restaurant employs servers, hosts, and managers in a ratio of 9:2:1. If there are 36 total employees, which of the following is the number of hosts at the restaurant?
13.
Which statement about the following set is true?
{60, 5, 18, 20, 37, 37, 11, 90, 72}
14.
A woman’s dinner bill comes to $48.30. If she adds a 20% tip, which of the following will be her total bill?
15.
Which of the following lists is in order from least to greatest?
16.
Which of the following is equivalent to 3.28?
17.
x ÷ 7 = x − 36
Solve the equation. Which of the following is correct?
18.
After taxes, a worker earned $15,036 in 7 months. Which of the following is the amount the worker earned in 2 months?
19.
If m represents a car’s average mileage in miles per gallon, p represents the price of gas in dollars per gallon, and d represents a distance in miles, which of the following algebraic equations represents the cost, c, of gas per mile?
20.
Melissa is ordering fencing to enclose a square area of 5625 square feet. Which of the following is the number of feet of fencing she needs?
21.
Adam is painting the outside of a 4-walled shed. The shed is 5 feet wide, 4 feet deep, and 7 feet high. Which of the following is the amount of paint Adam will need for the four walls?
22.
A circular swimming pool has a circumference of 49 feet. Which of the following is the diameter of the pool?
23.
Employee Hours
Employee; Hours Worked
Suzanne; 42
Joe; 38
Mark; 25
Ellen; 50
Jill; 45
Rob; 46
Nicole; 17
Deb; 41
The table above shows the number of hours worked by employees during the week. Which of the following is the median number of hours worked per week by the employees?
24.
According to the graph, which of the following was Sam’s average monthly income from January through May? (Round to the nearest hundred.)
25.
Which of the following is equivalent to 8 pounds and 8 ounces? (Round to the nearest tenth of a kilogram.)
26.
(4.71 × 10^{3}) − (2.98 × 10^{2})
Simplify the expression. Which of the following is correct?
27.
Which of the following is not a negative value?
28.
10^{2} – 7(3 – 4) – 25
Simplify the expression. Which of the following is correct?
29.
[5^{2}(3) + 3(–2)^{2}]/[4 + 3^{2} – 2(5 – 8)]
Simplify the expression. Which of the following is correct?
30.
Anna is buying fruit at the farmers’ market. She selects 1.2 kilograms of apples, 800 grams of bananas, and 300 grams of strawberries. The farmer charges her a flat rate of $4 per kilogram. Which of the following is the total cost of her produce?
31.
(1 1/2)(2 2/3) ÷ 1 1/4
Simplify the expression. Which of the following is correct?
32.
Which of the following lists is in order from least to greatest?
33.
Which of the following is 2.7834 rounded to the nearest tenth?
34.
(4x – 5)/3 = (1/2(2x − 6))/5
Simplify the expression. Which of the following is the value of x?
35.
8x − 6 = 3x + 24
Solve the equation. Which of the following is correct?
36.
A student gets 42 questions out of 48 correct on a quiz. Which of the following is the percentage of questions that the student answered correctly?