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1. A subway car passes 4 stations every 10 minutes. At this rate, how many stations will it pass in 2 hours? A. 2 B. 32 C. 40 D. 48 E. 80
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2. On a certain street map, 1½ inches represents two miles. What distance, in miles, is represented by 1¾ inches? A. 1 ½ B. 1 ¾ C. 2 D. 2 ½ E. 5 ¼
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3. Fred can vacuum 144 square feet of carpet in 2 minutes. At this rate, how long would it take him to vacuum 2,880 square feet of carpet? A. 20 minutes B. 40 minutes C. 50 minutes D. 100 minutes E. 140 minutes
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4. If the ratio of boys to girls in a class is 7 to 5, which of the following could not be the number of students in the class? A. 48 B. 54 C. 60 D. 72 E. 84
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5. In a local election, votes were cast for Mr. Dyer, Ms. Frau, and Mr. Borak in the ratio of 4:3:2. If there were no other candidates and none of the 2,700 voters cast more than one vote, how many votes did Mr. Dyer receive?
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6. If cement, gravel, and sand are to be mixed in the ratio of 3:8:4 respectively, and 6 tons of cement are available, how many tons of mixture can be made? (Assume that enough gravel and sand are available to use all the available cement)
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1. In seafaring lore, the sight of an albatross was among the most ------ of signs, signaling good fortune and safe seas A. unassuming B. inappropriate C. paltry D. inconvenient E. auspicious
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2. The employees ------ agreed to ------ their supervisor’s
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