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1. How much 9% acid solution should be mixed with 21% acid solution to produce

16 ml of 152% acid solution?

A. 6 ml

B. 7 ml

C. 8 ml

D. 9 ml

2. The perimeter of a rectangle is 80 inches, and its width is two-thirds its length.

What is the area of the rectangle? (Hint: After finding the length and width,

multiply them.)

A. 384 in?

B. 864 in?

C. 256 in?

D. 80 in?

3. What is 35% of 14?

A. 4.9

B. 40

C. 4

D. 49

4. The weekly profit, P, for producing q units is P=269-1950. How many units

must be produced each week in order to break even?

A. 25

B. 50

C. 75

D. 100

5. At noon, one car heading north on a freeway passes an exit ramp, averaging

70 mph. Another northbound car passes the same exit ramp 5 minutes later,

averaging 77 mph. When will the second car to catch up to the first?

A. 12:45

B. 12:50

C. 12:55

D. 1:00

6. The difference between two numbers is 15 and three times the larger is six times

the smaller. What is the smaller number?

A. 5

B. 10

C. 15

D. 30

7. A pair of boots is on sale for $112, which is 30% off the original price. What is the

original price?

A. $160.00

B. $145.60

C. $373.30

D. $142.00

8. When the radius of a circle is increased by 3 inches, its area is increased by

7511 in2. What is the radius of the original circle?

A. 10 inches

B. 11 inches

C. 12 inches

D. 14 inches

9. Crystal is 3 years older than Melissa but 2 years younger than Carolina. The sum

of their ages is 62. How old is Crystal?

A. 21 years

B. 22 years

C. 23 years

D. 24 years

10. Nichelle can wash the windows of a small store in 5 hours 15 minutes. Maxwell

can wash the windows of the same store in 2 hours 6 minutes. If they work

together, how long would it take for them to wash the store’s windows?

A. 60 minutes

B. 80 minutes

C. 90 minutes

D. 110 minutes

11. Troy has $1.55 in coins in his pocket. He has twice as many nickels as dimes and

one more dime than he has quarters. How many quarters does he have in his

pocket?

A. 2

B. 3

C. 4

D. 5

12. Ryan’s course grade is based on three tests, the homework average, and the final

exam. Each test is worth 20%, the homework average is worth 15%, and the final

exam is worth 25%. His homework average is 84, and his test grades are 68, 79,

and 75. He must make at least a B (80) in order to keep his scholarship. What is

the lowest score he can make on the final exam and keep his scholarship?

A. 92

B. 93

C. 94

D. 95

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