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A new phone costs $800. Margaret has insurance on her phone that covers 73% of the cost of a new phone if something happens. If her phone is stolen or broken, how much will she have to pay for a new phone?CorrectIncorrect
Simplify the expression:
9 11⁄21 + 3 5⁄7CorrectIncorrect
Solve the following equation for x.
|14x – 1⁄3| = 2CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following is equivalent to 0.38201?CorrectIncorrect
If an auto mechanic typically spends 50 minutes repairing a car, how many cars can the auto mechanic work on in a 7.5 hour workday?CorrectIncorrect
A cup is 0.289 L. Approximately how many cups of coffee would it take to fill a 3.4 L coffee carafe?CorrectIncorrect
For the following numbers, which is the correct order of the variables from smallest to largest?
P = 0.0002 Q = -0.02 R = 0.2 S = -200 T = 1⁄2CorrectIncorrect
Janet goes for a run and is out for an hour and 20 minutes. She knows she runs at about 4 mph. How many miles did she run, approximately?CorrectIncorrect
A class has 29 men and 32 women. What is the percentage of women in the class?CorrectIncorrect
A graph was created comparing the number of hours students spent studying and their score on the final exam.
Which of the following is an appropriate estimation for a score if a student studied for 0 hours?CorrectIncorrect
The product of two numbers is less than 6 times the sum of these numbers. The difference between these numbers is 12. Which of the following expresses this?CorrectIncorrect
What is the area of the following shape?CorrectIncorrect
Given that 1 inch is equal to 2.54 cm, convert the following: ___ inches = 395 cmCorrectIncorrect
What is the exact value of 0.4⋅3.5 ?CorrectIncorrect
The price of a pencil box increased from $25 to $26.50. What is the percentage increase in the price?CorrectIncorrect
A public health lecture was 1 hour 25 min long. The program started at 0940. At what time did it finish?CorrectIncorrect
John, Lucy and Emma share a number of pencils in the ratio 4:5:6 respectively. If Lucy has 15 pencils, what is the total number of pencils shared?CorrectIncorrect
Evaluate: 0.07 × 0.4CorrectIncorrect
A small business owner tracks her monthly revenue and visits to her website as shown in the table below.
Which of the following conclusions is true based on the table?CorrectIncorrect
20% of a student’s final grade for each semester comes from the final semester exam. The average of each quarter is worth 40%. What would a student need to make on the exam if she wanted to have a semester average of at least 92 and the first quarter average was 93; the second quarter’s average was 89 ? (The final average will be rounded up to the nearest whole number)CorrectIncorrect
A patient is put on a clear liquid diet. The nurse needs to review his daily intake and output (I&O) for the last 24 hours. During this time period, the patient consumed the following:
1 12-oz cup of hot tea
2 pints of sports drink
1 liter of soda
What was the patient’s total intake in milliliters?CorrectIncorrect
Simplify the expression below. Which of the following is correct?
The above is known as what type of graph?CorrectIncorrect
Simplify the expression below.
(5x−1)(3x+2) Which of the following is correct?CorrectIncorrect
A toy manufacturer makes 15,000 toys a year. The company randomly selects 300 of the toys to sample for inspection. The company discovers that there are 5 faulty toys in the sample. Based on the sample, how many of the 15,000 total toys are likely to be faulty?CorrectIncorrect
Hamza purchased six 2-liter bottles of soft drink to serve at a pizza party with friends. If the group drank 7,264 cubic centimeters of the soda during the party, about how many liters of soft drinks remained afterward?CorrectIncorrect
Remember that 1 cc=1 mL and 1,000 mL=1 liter.
Patti’s base salary last year was $65,000, not including her year-end bonus. When she checked her human resources profile, she saw that her total compensation added up to $77,500. This total included her bonus, as well as health benefits equivalent to 15% of her base salary.
Rounded to the nearest tenth, what percentage of Patti’s base salary plus benefits was her bonus?CorrectIncorrect
A day trader noted that the value of a particular foreign currency pair fell from $1.32075 when the markets opened on Monday to $1.29620 when the markets closed on Friday. By how much did the value of the currency pair decrease during the week, rounded to the nearest thousandth?CorrectIncorrect
A researcher is developing a new mold sealant designed to cover large areas. She plans to test the substance on a room with a total of 66 square meters of wall space. If the product is designed to cover nine square meters of surface for every liter of compound, she will need to prepare a minimum of approximately how much sealant to cover the entire room?CorrectIncorrect
The graph shows the number of students enrolled in each grade at a local elementary school. Approximately what percentage of the total student population consists of kindergarten students?CorrectIncorrect
An investor purchased a total of 800 shares of stock from six different corporations. The graph represents the total number of shares in his portfolio and shows the distribution of shares purchased from each company. How many of the total shares were purchased from Dr. Pepper Snapple Group?CorrectIncorrect
Which answer choice most accurately describes the distribution observed in the graph?CorrectIncorrect
A review of data from 18 different studies found that there was a reduction in the risk of type 2 diabetes as people increased their consumption of coffee. What valid conclusion can be made about the relationship between the consumption of coffee and the risk of type 2 diabetes, based on the results of this review?CorrectIncorrect
What is the median for this set of numbers?
9, 1, 4, 8, 7, 8, 4, 2, 10, 9, 4CorrectIncorrect
A football player scored the following number of field goals in eleven games:
1, 0, 0, 2, 2, 0, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2
What is the modal score?CorrectIncorrect