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#### Computational Math

I understand that using a calculator for this assessment will void my score.

1. 475x9 =
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. 77x77 =
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. 208x8 =
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. 2.9x9 =
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. 8,113x72 =
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

I understand that using a calculator for this assessment will void my score.

1. Where do two perpendicular lines intersect?
A. Point
B. Segment
C. Ray
D. Line
E. None of these
ABCDE

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

A. F
B. G
C. H
D. J
E. None of these
ABCDE

3. 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
E. None of these
ABCDE

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

A. 3
B. 4
C. 12
D. 18
E. None of these
ABCDE

5. 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
E. None of these
ABCDE

6. 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
E. None of these
ABCDE

7. How can 8 ounces be expressed in pounds?
A. 1/4 pounds
B. 1/2 pounds
C. 1 pounds
D. 2 pounds
E. None of these
ABCDE

8. 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
E. None of these
ABCDE

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

9. 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
E. None of these
ABCDE

10. What was the least popular car color?
A. green
B. red
C. blue
D. white
E. None of these
ABCDE

11. 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.
E. None of these
ABCDE

12. 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
E. None of these
ABCDE

13. 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
E. None of these
ABCDE

14. Which of these shapes is a four-sided figure with only one pair parallel sides?
A. Trapezoid
B. Rectangle
C. Square
D. Rhombus
E. None of these
ABCDE

15. 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%
E. None of these
ABCDE

16. 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%
E. None of these
ABCDE

17. 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 four bank is about 10%.
E. None of these
ABCDE

18. 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
E. None of these
ABCDE

19. What fraction of the tiles in the diagram are blue?
A. 1/16
B. 1/15
C. 1/3
D. 1/8
E. None of these
ABCDE

20. 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
E. None of these
ABCDE

21. 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.
E. None of these
ABCDE

22. 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
E. None of these
ABCDE

23. 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?
E. None of these
ABCDE

24. which of these are coordinates for part of the Ranger Station?
A. (2,3)
B. (3,2)
C. (1,1)
D. (4,3)
E. None of these
ABCDE

25. 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
E. None of these
ABCDE

The town of Harborview is celebrating its anniversary with a festival of food, music, and fun. Read the flier below. Then do Numbers 1 through 3.

1. The purpose of the flier is to:
A. encourage people to attend the events
B. persuade organizers to plan the events
C. report events that have already taken place
D. recruit volunteers to help with the events
ABCD

2. According to the flier, there will be "antique cars parked along Main Street" on Saturday. Which of these words means the opposite of antique?
A. classic
B. domestic
C. contemporary
D. manufactured
ABCD

3. Which of these best summarizes the flier?,
A. Old Town Community Days marks Harborview's anniversary with a variety of activities celebrating the past and present.
B. Old Town Community Days celebrates the history of Harborview with a costume contest.
C. People who like to eat local specialties should come to Old Town Community Days.
D. There will be many opportunities for people to participate in competitions during Old Town Community Days.
ABCD

Read this passage about the psychology of color. Then do Numbers 4 through 7.

4. Which of these statements best expresses the main idea of the passage?
A. It is best to decorate an office with bright colors.
B. Humans respond to color on both personal and cultural levels.
C. All over the world, people respond in the same way to a color.
D. Babies' preferences for blue and red explain the popularity of those colors.
ABCD

5. The passage states that "the colors we choose for our clothing, our homes, and our offices are a form of subtle communication." Which of these words means the opposite of subtle as it is used in this sentence?
A. clever
B. positive
C. obvious
D. important
ABCD

6. According to the passage, the effects of teal and purple in office surroundings are similar because these colors:
A. bring good luck to homes and offices
B. capture the interest of newborn infants
C. create a feeling of order and professionalism
D. promote a feeling of safety and general well-being
ABCD

7. Which of these statements is an opinion expressed by the passage?
A. The power of color is fascinating to study.
B. Human beings of all ages respond to color.
C. The color red is often associated with power.
D. A preference for certain colors is often cultural.
ABCD

Here is a flier about dental care. Read the flier. Then do Numbers 8 through 11.

8. According to the flier, how often should you floss your teeth?
A. once a day
B. once a week
C. at least two times a day
D. at least every six months
ABCD

9. According to the flier, what is the connection between bacteria and tooth decay?
A. Bacteria multiply because teeth are destroyed by acid.
B. Bacteria prevent acid from forming between the teeth.
C. Bacteria living in the mouth produce acids that cause decay.
D. Bacteria growing on enamel destroy acids that provide nutrition.
ABCD

10. How does the second list on the flier differ from the first?
A. The first list tells about the dangers of biting hard objects.
B. The second list gives instructions about proper flossing.
C. The second list describes things you should avoid doing in order to protect teeth.
D. The first list describes how bacteria in the mouth eventually destroy tooth enamel.
ABCD

11. Which of these booklets would probably be the best source of information on how to prevent dental problems?
A. The Anatomy of a Tooth
B. Specialists in the Field of Dentistry
C. What Is It Like to Go to the Dentist?
D. Dental Care for Infants, Children, and Adults
ABCD

Here is a magazine article about making your own household cleaners. Read the information. Then do Numbers 12 through 14.

12. According to the recipes in the article, which of these will freshen the air?
A. steam
B. borax
C. vinegar
D. cotton balls
ABCD

13. The carpet cleaner described in the article should be applied with a:
A. cotton ball
B. scrub brush
C. clean cloth
D. damp sponge
ABCD

14. According to the article, which of these would best clean up a spot of ketchup on a light-colored carpet?
A. borax, lemon juice, and water
B. vinegar, lemon juice, and water
C. boiling water, vanilla, and borax
D. cinnamon, borax, and lemon juice
ABCD

Here is a short biography of Helen Keller. Read the biography. Then do Numbers 15 through 18.

15. When did Helen Keller come down with the illness that destroyed her hearing and sight?
A. at birth
B. as a baby
C. at age five
D. as a teenager
ABCD

16. The biography says that Keller learned quickly after her "initial breakthrough." Breakthrough as it is used here means:
A. a desire to learn
B. a tip for learning
C. an obstacle to learning
D. a step forward in learning
ABCD

17. Anne Sullivan remained Helen Keller's assistant and companion until:
A. Anne became ill
B. Anne's death in 1936
C. Helen's death in 1968
D. Helen learned to communicate
ABCD

18. Anne Sullivan's attitude toward Helen Keller could best be described as:
A. negative
B. supportive
C. motherly
D. competitive
ABCD

This story is about a mechanic named Kirk. Read the story. Then do Numbers 19 through 22.

19. Kirk noticed that the mother looked frustrated. Frustrated means about the same as:
A. upset
B. curious
C. relaxed
D. furious
ABCD

20. Which of these quotations from the story is an opinion?
A. "Hot today, isn't it?"
B. "What do I owe you?"
C. "It only took a minute."
D. "Pull it into the garage."
ABCD

21. Which of these statements is best supported by the story?
A. Customers ask for many favors.
B. Customers appreciate extra attention.
C. Customers are too busy to wait their turn.
D. Customers worry about the service they are getting.
ABCD

22. Which of these is the best summary of the story?
B. A young boy discovers his future career.
C. A new mechanic discovers the importance of his job.
D. A woman and her son are saved by a clever mechanic.
ABCD

23. On the Clearly Cellular plan, if Malik calls a neighbor at 10 a.m. on a Saturday, which of these will happen?
A. Malik will receive a lower phone rate.
B. Malik will not be charged for the call.
C. Malik will not have to pay a setup fee.
D. Malik will be charged fifty cents per minute.
ABCD

24. Suppose Malik signs up for the \$29.99 per month rate plan and pays the setup fee. To receive the free phone and weekend minutes that are advertised, he must also:
A. shop online at www.circellular.net
B. sign a three-year service agreement
C. pay taxes and long distance charges on all calls
D. use the cellular phone between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m.
ABCD

25. Which of these statements is supported by the information in small print at the bottom of the advertisement?'