MATH COMP
    1. 414 x 3 =
    A. 1,232
    B. 1,444
    C. 1,252
    D. 1,242
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    2. 9,118 x 5 =
    A. 45,550
    B. 55,590
    C. 45,590
    D. 45,690
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    3. 5 ⁷∕₉ - 5 ²⁄₉ =
    A. 5
    B. ⁵∕₉
    C. 3 ⁵∕₉
    D. 5 ⁵∕₉
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    4. 22 x 47 =
    A. 1,034
    B. 188
    C. 1,024
    D. 242
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    5. 8 ÷ 3 =
    A. 1 R 5
    B. 3 R 1
    C. 2 R 3
    D. 2 R 2
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    6. ‾3 + 0 =
    A. ‾30
    B. ‾3
    C. 0
    D. 3
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    7. 10 x ‾3 =
    A. ‾3
    B. ‾30
    C. 3
    D. 30
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    8. 4√1.84 =
    A. 0.46
    B. 0.41
    C. 0.64
    D. 4.60
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    9. ‾8 x 11 =
    A. ‾88
    B. ‾3
    C. 88
    D. 3
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    10. 1.080 – 1.068 =
    A. 0.002
    B. 0.912
    C. 0.120
    D. 0.022
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    11. 1/2 x 1/3 =
    A. 1/2
    B. 1/5
    C. 1 1/2
    D. 2/3
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    12. 125.994 + 16.023 =
    A. 141.017
    B. 142.117
    C. 141.917
    D. 142.017
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    13. 6,480 ÷ 6 =
    A. 108
    B. 180
    C. 1,080
    D. 1,008
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    14. 949 x 30 =
    A. 27,470
    B. 27,147
    C. 28,470
    D. 29,419
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    15. 8 √ 834 =
    A. 140
    B. 14 R2
    C. 105 R6
    D. 104 R2
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    16. -1,000 ÷ 100 =
    A. -100
    B. -10
    C. 100,00
    D. 10
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    17. 1% of 100 =
    A. 1
    B. 10
    C. 100
    D. 101
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    18. 48 √ 816 =
    A. 22
    B. 12
    C. 17
    D. 20
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    19. 6.2 x 3.1 =
    A. 1.922
    B. 19.22
    C. 192.2
    D. 1,922
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    20. What is 100 % of 19?
    A. 0.19
    B. 1.0
    C. 10
    D. 19
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    21. 7/8 + 3/16 =
    A. 5/16
    B. 5/8
    C. 1 1/16
    D. 16/17
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    22. 1/2 ÷ 1/4 =
    A. 1/8
    B. 2
    C. 1/4
    D. 8
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    23. What of 100 is 8?
    A. 8%
    B. 92%
    C. 80%
    D. 12.5%
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    24. -3 - 5 =
    A. -2
    B. -8
    C. 2
    D. 8
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    25. 40% of ____ = $10.00
    A. $0.25
    B. $4.00
    C. $25.00
    D. $40.00
    E. None of these
    ABCDE

    Applied Math

    26. Which point on the number line indicates a number that is less than 9.1 and greater than 6.5?

    A. Point R
    B. Point Q
    C. Point P
    D. Point S
    ABCD

    27. Which of these numbers is the same as 34,921 rounded to the nearest thousand?
    A. 30,000
    B. 34,000
    C. 34,900
    D. 35,000
    ABCD

    The line graph below shows sales for a local book store over a period of 6 years. Study the graph. Then do Numbers 28 through 30.

    28. What was the total in sales for Year 5?
    A. $60,000
    B. $65,000
    C. $70,000
    D. $75,000
    ABCD

    29. In what year did the bookstore have sales of approximately $75,000?
    A. Year 3
    B. Year 4
    C. Year 5
    D. Year 6
    ABCD

    30. Last month, 5,389 people shopped at the bookstore. What is this number rounded to the nearest hundred?
    A. 5,400
    B. 5,300
    C. 5,000
    D. 5,500
    ABCD

    The table below shows workers' average wage at manufacturing plants in four regions of the country. Study the table. Then do Numbers 6 to 7.

    31. What is the average hourly wage this year in the Northern Region?
    A. $18.75
    B. $20.00
    C. $20.50
    D. $22.00
    ABCD

    32. About how much did the average hourly wage increase from last year to this year for workers in the Western Region?
    A. $3.00 per hour
    B. $4.00 per hour
    C. $20.00 per hour
    D. $24.00 per hour
    ABCD

    Bradley's Furniture is having a spring sale. Study the information in the advertisement. Then do Numbers 33 through 35.

    33. Julie decided to buy the living room set using the finance plan. She made a down payment of 5% of the purchase price. About how much was Julie's down payment?
    A. $5.00
    B. $50.00
    C. $400.00
    D. $450.00
    ABCD

    34. Which of these is not needed to find out how much it will cost to finance the living room set?
    A. The number of monthly payments
    B. The finance charge with each payment
    C. the amount of money toward a down payment
    D. the number of years the furniture will be owned
    ABCD

    35. A competitor of Bradley's Furniture is selling the same 5-piece living room set. The competitor offers customers the following payment option: $500 down payment, then $20 per month for 24 months. What is the total cost of the set?
    A. $544
    B. $580
    C. $980
    D. $2,420
    ABCD

    Each vertex on the figure below is labeled. The length of each side is shown. Study the figure. Then do Numbers 36 through 38.

    36. How many faces does the figure have?
    A. 4
    B. 6
    C. 8
    D. 12
    ABCD

    37. If segment MO is drawn in the figure, what will be the area (A) of triangle MOP ? (A+1/2 bh)
    A. 8 Square inches
    B. 12 Square inches
    C. 16 Square inches
    D. 32 Square inches
    ABCD

    38. Which line segments in the figure are perpendicular?
    A. MN and OP
    B. NO and RS
    C. OP and TS
    D. QR and QT
    ABCD

    A computer program applies a certain rule to any number that the user inputs. A sample of Input and Output numbers is shown in the table below.

    39. What rule does the program apply to the Input number to generate the Output number?
    A. Multiply by 2.0
    B. Subtract by 1.6
    C. Divide by 0.2
    D. Multiply by 0.2
    ABCD

    40. The Robinsons want to plant trees in their yard. It will take about 15 minutes to plant each tree. At this rate, how long will it take them to plant 8 trees?
    A. 2 hours
    B. 3 hours
    C. 1 hour 20 minutes
    D. 1 hour 35 minutes
    ABCD

    41. What is the value of pin the inequality in the box?

    A. P<5
    B. P<11
    C. P>5
    D. P>11
    ABCD

    42. Which of these is a true statement about the measure of angle R ?

    A. Angle R is greater than 90 degrees
    B. Angle R is greater than 180 degrees
    C. Angle R is an acute angle
    D. Angle R is a right angle
    ABCD


    43. What is the name of the figure formed by the intersection of the two quadrilaterals below?
    A. Triangle
    B. Trapezoid
    C. Rectangle
    D. Hexagon
    ABCD

    A store manager wants to find out how many people wait in a checkout line at any given hour of the day. The table below shows the number of people who waited in line from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on a particular day.

    44. What was the average number of people waiting in line at any given hour?
    A. 3
    B. 4
    C. 5
    D. 7
    ABCD

    45. The salespeople at Jones Computer Center earn a year-end bonus based on the formula b=0.03s + 50, where b is the bonus, and s is salary. If Glenn’s salary is 30,000, what is his bonus?
    A. $900
    B. $950
    C. $9,000
    D. $9,050
    ABCD

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

    A. 3
    B. 6
    C. 9
    D. 27
    ABCD

    47. Which of these phrases describes some of the properties of the number 12 ?
    A. A factor of 3 and a multiple of 6
    B. A multiple of 3 and a factor of 6
    C. A multiple of 3 and a factor of 36
    D. A factor of 3 and a multiple of 36
    ABCD

    48. Chuck must save a total of $180 for a new bike. So far he saved 4/5 of the amount. How much money has Chuck saved for his new bike?
    A. $36
    B. $120
    C. $144
    D. $225
    ABCD

    49. Connie is a nurse and works a 12-hour shift. If she has worked 4 hours, what fraction of her shift does she still have to work?
    A. 1/4
    B. 1/3
    C. 1/2
    D. 2/3
    ABCD

    50. A local sporting goods store wants to know which products customers would like to see on sale more often. Which of these sample groups would give the store the best data?
    A. Parents who brought goods for their children at the store
    B. Baseball fans throughout the area
    C. Customers who purchased sale items only
    D. Randomly samples customers at the store
    ABCD