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#### Question No: 81

All the office supplies listed in the chart at the left increased in price. Which item increased by more than 10 percent?

1. A

2. B

3. C

4. D

5. E

#### Question No: 82

Women are 3 times as likely as men to have rheumatoid arthritis. A survey conducted in a city of 4,000,000 people revealed about 40,000 cases of rheumatoid arthritis.

Approximately how many of these 40,000 could be expected to be WOMEN?

A. 39,000

B. 30,000

C. 20,000

D. 10,000

E. 1,000

#### Question No: 83

In the diagram at the left, figure SRQP is a non-square rectangle. Which of the following statements is/are true?

1. PQ = SR and PS = QR.

2. Angle SPQ = 90掳.

3. angle 1 = angle 2.

4. A and C only

5. A and B only

6. C only

7. B only

8. A only

#### Question No: 84

The seamstress made 2 complete outfits that include a blouse, skirt, and belt. How many yards of material were needed to make these outfits?

A. 5

B. 5 1/2

1. 8

2. 10

3. 11

#### Question No: 85

If a seamstress were to make 8 blouses and 10 skirts without belts, which expression below equals the total amount of material, in yards, needed to complete the skirts and blouses?

A)

B)

C)

D)

E)

1. Option A

2. Option B

3. Option C

4. Option D

5. Option E

#### Question No: 86

Which of the following proportions shows the relationship between the height of the object (AB) and the height of its image (DE) in the diagram at the left?

A)

B)

C)

D)

E)

1. Option A

2. Option B

3. Option C

4. Option D

5. Option E

#### Question No: 87

It takes 10 days to mow a 140-acre park using a tractor that is available only 4 hours per

day.

If the same amount of acreage is mowed each day, how many acres per hour must be mowed?

A. 14.0

B. 7.0

C. 5.5

D. 3.5

E. 2.7

#### Question No: 88

Five items were purchased for a total of \$52.50. The three least expensive items cost

\$3.40, \$7.90, and \$9.80, respectively.

What was the cost of the most expensive of the 5 items?

A. \$15.70 B. \$42.70 C. \$44.60 D. \$49.10

E. Not enough information is given.

#### Question No: 89

In 0.35 hours, 4,200 gallons of water flow over a small dam. At this rate, how many gallons of water will flow over the dam in one hour?

A. 12,000

B. 8,400

C. 7,000

D. 2,730

E. 1,470

#### Question No: 90

To raise funds for a charity drive, Danielle convinced 40 businesses to each pledge to donate \$10 per month for 6 months.

Which expression equals the total number of dollars pledged for the charity drive?

A. 40(10)(6)

B. 40(6)(6)

C. 40(10)(60)

D. 40(6)(60)

E. Not enough information is given.