# 9D App/ Comp Math

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Comp Math

1. 475 x 9 =
A. 4,235
B. 4,275
C. 4,284
D. 4,305
E. None of these
ABCDE

2. 3√258 =
A. 76
B. 806
C. 86
D. 860
E. None of these
ABCDE

3. 77 x 77 =
A. 1,078
B. 5,819
C. 4,949
D. 5,929
E. None of these
ABCDE

4. 4√73 =
A. 17 R5
B. 15 R3
C. 10 R 3
D. 18 R1
E. None of these
ABCDE

5. 208 x 8 =
A. 1,604
B. 1,616
C. 2,206
D. 1,664
E. None of these
ABCDE

6. 2 ½ - ½ =
A. 2
B. 2 ¼
C. 3
D. 2 ½
E. None of these
ABCDE

7. \$764.00 + \$0.58 =
A. \$764.58
B. \$822.00
C. \$765.58
D. \$864.58
E. None of these
ABCDE

8. 2.9 x 9 =
A. 2.61
B. 26.1
C. 18.81
D. 28.1
E. None of these
ABCDE

9. \$104.06 - \$20.95 =
A. \$73.11
B. \$183.11
C. \$84.11
D. \$83.11
E. None of these
ABCDE

10. 8,113 x 72 =
A. 584,136
B. 73,017
C. 573,036
D. 219,051
E. None of these
ABCDE

11. 2,736 ÷ 9 =
A. 34
B. 304
C. 340
D. 3,004
E. None of these
ABCDE

12. ¾ x ¼ =
A. 1/16
B. 1
C. 3/16
D. ½
E. None of these
ABCDE

13. 0 ÷ −7 =
A. -7
B. 0
C. 1
D. 7
E. None of these
ABCDE

14. -4 x 0 =
A. 40
B. -4
C. 0
D. -40
E. None of these
ABCDE

15. 5√2.25 =
A. 0.41
B. 0.45
C. 0.045
D. 4.50
E. None of these
ABCDE

16. 4/5 ÷ 1/5 =
A. 5
B. ⅘
C. 4
D. ⅗
E. None of these
ABCDE

17. 5,283 ÷ 6 =
A. 801 R 3
B. 873
C. 880 R 3
D. 885
E. None of these
ABCDE

18. −3+ −4 =
A. 7
B. 1
C. -1
D. -7
E. None of these
ABCDE

19. 20% of 20 =
A. 4.0
B. 0.01
C. 0.4
D. 1.0
E. None of these
ABCDE

20. 3 1/10 + 5 1/10 =
A. 8 1/20
B. 8 1/10
C. 8 1/5
D. 8 2/5
E. None of these
ABCDE

21. What is 80% of \$5.00? =
A. \$0.40
B. \$4.00
C. \$4.20
D. \$5.80
E. None of these
ABCDE

22. −1 x −12 =
A.-13
B. 12
C.-12
D. 13
E. None of these
ABCDE

23. 2.5% of 100 =
A. 0.025
B. 0.25
C. 2.5
D. 25.0
E. None of these
ABCDE

24. −3 - −2 =
A. -1
B. 5
C. 1
D. -5
E. None of these
ABCDE

25. 16% of □ = 32
A. \$200
B. \$16
C. \$48
D. \$2
E. None of these
ABCDE

### Applied Math

26. Where do two perpendicular lines intersect?
A. Point
B. Segment
C. Ray
D. Line
ABCD

27. Which of these cylinders is about 25% full?

A. F
B. G
C. H
D. J
ABCD

28. It cost \$526.30 to repair Carol's car. Rounded to the nearest ten dollars, how much did Carol pay?
A. \$500
B. \$520
C. \$530
D. \$550
ABCD

29. Which of these numbers should go in the box to make the equation true?

A. 3
B. 4
C. 12
D. 18
ABCD

30. In which of these pairs of numbers are both numbers equivalent to 1/4?
A. 25%, 0.25
B. 14%, 0.14
C. 25%, 0.025
D. 40%, 0.40
ABCD

31. Bob's Diner opens every morning at 7:00 a.m. and closes at 8:30 p.m. How long is the diner open each day?
A. 10 hours 30 minutes
B. 12 hours 30 minutes
C. 13 hours 30 minutes
D. 14 hours 30 minutes
ABCD

32. How can 8 ounces be expressed in pounds?
A. 1/4 pounds
B. 1/2 pounds
C. 1 pounds
D. 2 pounds
ABCD

33. Rachel has a coupon for 15% off her total lunch bill before taxes.
If (T) represents the total cost of her lunch items before tax, which of these expressions represents the savings from the coupon?
A. T - 0.15
B. T x 0.15
C. T ÷ 0.15
D. T + 0.15
ABCD

An automobile manufacturer published a graph showing the colors of a specific model of car sold in one year. Study the graph. Then do Numbers 34 through 36.

R= Red Cars /B= Blue Cars/ G= Green Cars.

34. According to the graph and the variables given below, which inequality is correct?
A. R > G
B. R > B + G
C. B > G
D. G - R > B
ABCD

35. What was the least popular car color?
A. green
B. red
C. blue
D. white
ABCD

36. According to the graph, which of these is a correct statement?
A. Red, green, and black make up half the cars sold.
B. More than half the cars sold were red, white, or blue.
C. The number of gray cars sold was less than the number
of green cars sold.
D. There were fewer green cars sold than red cars.
ABCD

The table shows the cost of producing one hammer at the Hudson Hardware Company. Study the table. Then do Numbers 37 and 38.

37. The Hudson Hardware Company sells one hammer for \$20.00. How much money is left after the cost of labor and materials is deducted from the selling price?
A. \$13.00
B. \$16.00
C. \$17.00
D. \$27.00
ABCD

38. Which expression can be used to find the total cost of materials and labor need to produce (N) hammers?
A. 7 + N
B. 7N
C. 3N
D. N + 3
ABCD

39. Which of these shapes is a four-sided figure with only one pair parallel sides?
A. Trapezoid
B. Rectangle
C. Square
D. Rhombus
ABCD

The bar graph below shows the interest rates on personal loans at several banks for one week in March. Study the graph. Then do Numbers 40 through 42.

40. Amy took out a loan at Valley Bank. What rate of interest was she charged?
A. 9.4%
B. 9.5%
C. 9.25%
D. 9.75%
ABCD

41. The Neighborhood Bank offers a lower rate on commercial accounts than personal accounts. If the commercial rate is 1.25% lower than the personal rate, what is the rate for commercial accounts?
A. 8.0%
B. 8.5%
C. 9.5%
D. 9.75%
ABCD

42. Which of these statements best describes the bank interest rates shown on the graph?
A. The average interest rate at the four bank is about 9%.
B. The difference between the highest rate and the lowest rate
is less than 1%.
C. All the bank interest rates are higher than 9.75%.
D. The average interest rate at the four banks is about 10%.
ABCD

43. In which of these pairs of numbers would both numbers round to 6.23?
A. 6.232 and 6.236
B. 6.231 and 6.233
C. 6.229 and 6.239
D. 6.222 and 6.238
ABCD

Cherie works for a company that designs and installs custom tile floors. One of the floors she designed is shown in the diagram below. Study the diagram. Then do Numbers 44 through 46.

44. What fraction of the tiles in the diagram are blue?
A. 1/16
B. 1/15
C. 1/3
D. 1/8
ABCD

45. Cherie wants to put a border around the perimeter of the floor.
What is the perimeter of the floor shown in the diagram?
A. 20 Feet
B. 40 Feet
C. 80 Feet
D. 96 Feet
ABCD

Cherie calculated the total cost of the floor tiles using the table below.

46. What error did Cherie make in the table?
A. She did not calculate the cost of the blue tiles correctly.
B. She did not calculate the quantity of the green tiles correctly.
C. She did not calculate the quantity of the white tiles correctly.
D. She did not calculate the the cost of the green tiles correctly.
ABCD

47. The odometer below shows the mileage on the Salvo family's car
when they started their vacation. If they drove 165.5 miles on the first day,
what was the odometer reading at the end of the day?

A. 64,878.4
B. 65,208.4
C. 66,698.9
D. 65,209.4
ABCD

48. Juanita is writing a questionnaire for a survey. She wants to find out
whether Save-Rite, a local supermarket, is the most popular supermarket
in the area. Which of these questions would give the most unbiased result?
A. Where do your friends shop for groceries?
B. Where do you do your grocery shopping?
C. Why is Save-Rite the most popular supermarket in this area?
D. Which supermarket in this area has the greatest variety of food?
ABCD

The following diagram shows a map of Balde Park and information about the park. Study the diagram. The do Numbers 49 and 50.

49. Which of these are coordinates for part of the Ranger Station?
A. (2,3)
B. (3,2)
C. (1,1)
D. (4,3)
ABCD

50. There are about 95 visitors to the park everyday.
Which of these numbers is the best estimate of how many people visited Balde Park in one year?
A. 1,200
B. 10,000
C. 36,500
D. 360,000
ABCD