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Question No: 141
Over time, a leaky faucet can waste many gallons of water. If a faucet drips at a rate of 2 ounces per minute, how many gallons of water will be wasted in one week?(1 gallon = 128 ounces)
Question No: 142
Margaret’s monthly income is $1200. Of that income, 25% is used to pay her rent, and another 10% goes into savings.
How much of her monthly income can Margaret use for expenses other than rent and savings?
A. $780 B. $480 C. $420
Question No: 143
What was the approximate frog population in the lake when the study began?
Question No: 144
In what year was the frog population the greatest?
Question No: 145
Because correcting errors reduces the actual number of words per minute a person might type, some people use the following formula to calculate effective typing speed (T) in words per minute:
Where w is the number of words typed in 5 minutes, and e is the number of errors made. If Cesar types 325 words in 5 minutes and makes 5 errors, what would be the value of T?
Question No: 146
The highway patrol uses the following formula to estimate the speed (s), in miles per hour,
at which a car was traveling if the car skidded d feet before stopping after the brakes were applied:
The variable f relates to the friction of the road surface. The following table estimates ffor certain types of road surfaces and conditions.
If a car skids 80 feet on wet gravel, what is the approximate speed, in miles per hour, at which the car was traveling?
Question No: 147
Conrad is required to review an average of 30 insurance cases each day during his five- day workweek. The table at the left shows how many cases he reviewed during the first four days.
What is the minimum number of cases Conrad must review on Friday to meet his required average for the week?
Question No: 148
The deposits at the local bank total $8,489,517.00. What is this amount rounded to the nearest thousand dollars?
A. $8,480,000 B. $8,489,000 C. $8,489,500 D. $8,490,000
Question No: 149
The Dewey Decimal System (DDS) is used to organize books in many libraries. Each book is assigned a number based on its content and author. Listed at the left are five books classified under American Literature in English and their corresponding DDS number.
If the books were arranged on a shelf with the lowest number to the left, which of the books would appear farthest to the left?
Question No: 150
The dimensions of the rectangle shown at the left are represented by 9n and 6n. Which of the following represents the PERIMETER of the rectangle?
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