# Math

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1) The length of a room is 5 . 048 ×102 cm. Which number is equivalent to this length?

A 0.005048 cm
B 0.05048 cm
C 504.8 cm
D 504,800 cm

2) Dacia made a snack mix using the ingredients listed below.

1 1/4 cups granola
3/4 cup peanuts
1/2 cup raisins
1/4 cup chocolate chips

What is the total amount of all four ingredients?

A 1 3/4 cups
B 2 1/4 cups
C 2 1/2 cups
D 2 3/4 cups

3) 3/4 x 3 =

A 6/12
B 9/12
C 6/4
D 9/4

4) A recipe for 1 batch of cookies requires of a 2/3 of a cup of cooking oil. How many cups of cooking oil would be required for 4 batches of cookies?

A 1/6
B 2
C 2 2/3
D 4 2/3

5) Which of the following is equivalent to 5/2 ?

A 2.25
B 2.5
C 5.2
D 5.25

6) Tasha is buying a CD that is regularly \$12.99 and is on for sale 1/4 off. Which expression can she use to estimate the discount on the CD?

A 0.0025 X \$13
B 0.04 X \$13
C 0.25 X \$13
D 0.40 X \$13

7) Which is an irrational number?

A (square root) 5
B (square root) 9
C -1
D -2/3

8) Which of the following is an irrational number?

A (square root) 144
B (square root) 16
C (square root) 4
D (square root) 3

9) Jason bought a jacket on sale for 50% off the original price and another 25% off the discounted price. If the jacket originally cost \$88, what was the final sale price that Jason paid for the jacket?

A \$22
B \$33
C \$44
D \$66

10) Which of the following has the same value as 5^6 ×5 −^2?

A 5 - ^12
B 5 - ^3
C 5^4
D 5^8

11) 4 ^2 . 3 ^5 . 2 ^4
____________________ =
4 ^3 . 3 ^5 . 2 ^2

A 4/2
B 3/2
C 1
D 1/2

12) Mr. and Mrs. Blank sold their house for \$200,000 and needed to hire an attorney to handle the closing procedures. Attorney Mr. Gable charges a flat rate of \$2500. Attorney Ms. Mandel charges 1 1/2% of the cost of the house. Which attorney would be cheaper for Mr. and Mrs. Blank to use?

A Mr. Gable
B Ms. Mandel
C Their fees would be the same.
D cannot be determined from the information given

1 A
2 C
3 D
4 B
5 D
6 C
7 A
8 B
9 S
10 D
11 D
12 B

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OOPS, SORRY #9 IS C SORRY FOR THE MISTAKE.

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1. None is correct.
2. Wrong
3. Right
4. Wrong
5. Wrong
6. Right
7. Right
8. Wrong
9. Wrong
10 and 11. I don't know.
12. Wrong

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Jason bought a jacket on sale for 50% off the original price and another 25% off the discounted price. if the jacket originally cost \$88, what was the final sale price that Jason paid for the jacket?