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Question No: 71

Shelly paid a total of \$80 for seven tickets for a hockey game. Five of the tickets were in the cheapest price range, and two were in the most expensive range. If the cheaper tickets were \$10 each, which of the following equations could be used to determine x, the price (in dollars) of the expensive ones?

A. 7(10) 2x = 80

B. 2(10) 7x = 80

C. 5(10) 2x = 80

D. 2(10) 5x = 80

E. 5(10) 7x = 80

Question No: 72

If 7 small baskets, 4 medium baskets, and 3 large baskets were sold, which of the following expressions would equal the total amount of basket sales?

A. 14(\$27.50)

B. \$4.50 \$8.00 \$15.00

C. 4(\$4.50) 3(\$8.00) 7(\$15.00)

D. 3(\$4.50) 7(\$8.00) 4(\$15.00)

E. 7(\$4.50) 4(\$8.00) 3(\$15.00)

Question No: 73

A soccer team played 30 games. The team won 40 percent of the first 10 games and 70 percent of the remaining games. Which expression correctly shows how many games they won in all?

A. 0.4(30)

B. 0.7(20)

C. 0.4(20) 0.7(10)

D. 0.4(10) 0.7(20)

E. 0.4(10) 0.7(30)

Question No: 74

Angie bought a snack pack of candy at the store. The pack has 24 candies in all, with 6 blue, 5 red, 7 orange, 2 brown, and 4 green pieces. If she reaches into the bag without looking, what is the probability that she would choose a brown piece of candy?

A. 1/12 B. 1/8 C. 1/6 D. 2/25 E. 2/7

Question No: 75

The population trend of Smalltown for the years 1990 through 1996 is shown in the graph at the left.

If the trend continued, what was the population of Smalltown in 1997?

A. 2250

B. 2000

C. 1750

D. 1500

E. 1250

Question No: 76

Robert’s car averages 32 miles to the gallon in highway driving. Approximately how many gallons of gas should he expect to use for a trip of 220 miles?

1. 3

2. 5

3. 7

4. 9

5. 10

Question No: 77

Fran works 6 hours each day and Karen works 8 hours each day. Fran makes \$2 more per hour than Karen. How many days must Karen work to earn \$240?

1. 15

2. 24

3. 30

4. 40

5. Not enough information is given.

Question No: 78

Elena screens all candidates for a position in her company. The candidates have exactly1 3/4 hours to complete the screening exercise. If the exercise begins at 140 p.m., at what time must Elena tell the candidates their time has ended?

1. 25 p.m.

2. 55 p.m.

3. 15 p.m.

4. 20 p.m.

5. 25 p.m.

Question No: 79

Dan is 2 years younger than Amy, and the sum of their ages is less than 20. Which of the following is a correct statement about Amy#39;s and Dan#39;s ages? (Let A = Amy#39;s age.)

A. A A – 2 lt; 20 B. A A 2 lt; 20 C. A 2A lt; 20

D. A 2A A lt; 20

E. A A – 3 lt; 20

Question No: 80

A painter uses the formula C = 20h 20c to determine how much he should charge a customer in dollars if a job takes h hours and c cans of paint. How much should the painter charge if it took 15 hours and 3 cans of paint to paint a house?

A. \$ 160

B. \$ 220

C. \$ 360

D. \$ 400

E. \$1800