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Unformatted text preview: MTH090 Developmental Math
Final Exam Review Fall 2002 Name The final exam will 50 multiple choice questions. Each question will have 5 answer choices with a "None" response. Determine the place value of the digit 3 in the whole
number. 1) 25,304,168 Find the perimeter.
2)
267 feet 146 feet 146 feet 267 ﬂeet Solve. 3) Last year a company had 5860 employees.
This year the number of employees increased
by 1379. How many employees does the
company have now? Subtract. Check by adding.
4) 70,000 — 37,797 Solve. 5) A stock worth $276 per share on July 12
dropped to $98 per share on July 31 of the same year. Find how much it lost in value from July
12th to the 31st. Round the whole number to the given place value.
6) 91,999 to the nearest ten Estimate the sum or difference by rounding the number to
the nearest hundred. 7)
214
874
563
487
+ 795 8)
851
— 437 Solve the problem by estimating. 9) In 1999 the populationof Capital City was
8,395,831 and the population of Spring City
was 3,142,652 . Round each population to the
nearest hundred—thousand to estimate how
much larger Capital City was than Spring City. Multiply.
10) (680 )(1)(40) Find the area of the rectangle.
11) 78 yd 13 yd Divide and check by multiplying.
12) 4 i548 Solve. 13) One ticket won a prize of $8,856,000 . The
winning ticket was purchased by 27 people
who had pooled their money. Find how many
dollars each person receives if they each receive
an equal share. Find the average of the list of numbers.
14) 20, 24, 21, 25, 52, 19, 21 SOIVe. 15) A consultant picks up a rental car that has an
odometer reading of 12,607 miles on it. When
she returns it, the odometer reads 13,271 miles.
How many miles did she drive the rental car? 16) Diana enjoys skiing in the winter. Last year '
she skied 21 times and spent a total of $546.
How much did it cost her each time? Evaluate. Write the fraction in simplest form. 17) 54 g
29) 21
Simplify. a
13) 8 . 5 + {15 + [8 _ (3 + 2)]} Multiply. Write the anSWer in simplest form.
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Find the area of the square. 4 24
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6 mi 32) 3 . 35’—
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Solve. Write the answer in simplest form.
6 mi 33) A rectangular ﬂower bed in front of a building
1 3 .
Simplify. measures 33 feet by 67 feet. What is the total
20) E » v area of the ﬂower bed? Hint: The area of a
8 rectangle is the product of the length times the
width.
21) ﬂ
1 Find the reciprocal of the fraction.
34) 3
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0 Divide. Write the answer in simplest form.
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36) 235 + 13
Write a fraction to represent the shaded area of the ﬁgure. 9
24) Solve. ‘
m 37) On a recent trip, Asha drove 234 miles on 10—; gallons of gasoline. How many miles per Write the mixed number as an improper fraction. ‘ ' gallon did she average? 25) 43 7 H" Solve. Write the answers in simplest form. 38) Find the perimeter. Recall that the perimeter of Write the improper fraction as a mixed or whole number. a ﬁgure is the distance around the ﬁgure. 44
26——
)3 List all the factors of the number. 27) 45 mile
Find the prime factorization of the number. Write any 7
repeated factors using exponents. 2—1 mile
28) 45 Find the least common multiple (LCM) of the list of
numbers. 39) 24, 54, 27 Write the fraction as an equivalent fraction with the given
denominator. 2
40) 3—3; Add and simplify.
1 2 Subtract and simplify. 7 1
42) 335 Solve. Write answers in simplest form. 43) Find the perimeter of the parallelogram. Write
the answer in simplest form. Add and simplify. 6 8 Subtract and simplify.
5 3 45) 153568 Solve. 46) Jerry catight a fish that weighed 16: pounds. Pat caught a fish that weighed 7% pounds. How much more did Jerry's fish weigh than
Pat's fish? Insert < or > to form a true statement. 3 4
47) T2 7 Evaluate.
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48) Use the order of operations to simplify the expression. Solve.
51) A plumber has a 15—ft piece of PVC pipe. He needs to cut the pipe into sections ;——ft long. How many sections will he be able to cut from
the pipe? Determine the place value for the digit 5 in the number.
52) 263.115 Write the decimal as a fraction or mixed number in lowest
terms. 53) 24.12 Write the fraction as a decimal. 17
54) 1000 Insert <, >, or = to form a true statement.
55) 909.504 909.540 Round the number to its given place value. 56) In a toWn in California, the average
consumption of soft drinks per day per
elementary school student is 15.606 ounces.
Round this value off to the nearest tenth. Add. 1
57) 29.81 + 5.155 + 7.732 + 5.51 Subtract.
58) 9.08  4.933 Multiply.
59) 0.0074
x 6.4 60) 0.7177 x 100 61) 2.9 x 0.1 Solve. 62) The nutrition chart on a bag of ﬂavored
cheese puffs says that each serving contains
0.38 grams of sodium. The chart also says that
there are 4 servings in the bag. How many
grams of sodium are in the entire bag of
cheese puffs? Divide, and round the quotient as indicated. 63) Divide 9.309 by 4.7 and round the quotient to
the nearest hundredth. Divide.
64) 41.142 + 100 Solve. 65) In a trackmeet, Lauren runs 800 meters in
119.4 seconds. What was her average speed in
meters per second? (Round to the nearest
tenth.) Simplify the expression. 66) 40.2 — 3.7 + 2.5 x 23.4 Round to the nearest
hundredth if necessary. Write the fraction as a decimal. If necessary, use
repeating decimal notation. 4
67) 15 Insert <, >, or = to form a true statement. 68) ﬁg 5.124 Write the ratio as a ratio of whole numbers using ‘ fractional notation. Write the fraction in simplest form. 69) 65 to 20‘I Write the rate as a fraction in simplest form.
70) 8 cars for 48 people Write the rate as a unit rate.
71) $3480 earned in 6 weeks Find the unit price.
72) $54.50 for 5 compact discs Write the sentence as a proportion. 73) 12 robins is to 2 cardinals as 54 robins is to 9
cardinals Determine whether the proportion is a true proportion. 24 4
74) E —'3— Solve the proportion for the given variable. Round the
solution where indicated. 2 7
75);—n Solve the proportion for the given variable. 1 n
76) 7—1 = E
2
Solve. 77) The ratio of a basketball player's completed
free throws to attempted free throws is 5 to 7. If
she completed 15 free throws, find how many
free throws she attempted. Round to the
nearest whole number if necessary. Write the percent as a decimal.
78) 23.54% Write the decimal as a percent.
79) 2.4 Write the percent as a fraction or mixed number in
simplest form. 80) 37.5% Write the fraction or mixed number as a percent. 29
81) 100 Solve. Round decimals to the nearest thousandth and
percents to the nearest tenth of a percent. 82) Write the equivalent decimal and percent for
1 2. Solve.
83) 5% of 400 is what number? 84) 16 is 2% of what number? 85) 0.12 is what percent of 150? Solve. If necessary, round to the nearest whole. 86) An inspector found 45 defective radios during
an inspection. If this is 0.04% of the total
number of radios inspected, how many radios
were inspected? Solve. If necessary, round to the nearest tenth. 87) Find the amount of decrease and the percent
decrease when the original amount is 175 and
the new amount is 140. 88) Ms. Mork was not able to sellher house for $
125,000 , so she lowered the price to $110,000.
Find the percent decrease. Solve. If necessary, round to the nearest cent. 89) A coat has a purchase price of $28. If the sales
tax on this purchase is $2.38, ﬁnd the sales tax
rate. 90) A phone costs $87 and a battery recharger
costs $23. What is the total price for purchasing these items if the sales tax rate is
6%? ' Solve. 91) How much commission will an agent make on
the sale of a $477,300 house if she receives 1.2%
of the selling price? 92) Find the sale price when the original price is $
51.20 and the discount rate is 60%. 93) Find the sale price when the original price is $ 48.60 and the discount rate is 40%.
.II‘ 94) Find the simple interest when: Principal = $
660, Rate = 21%, Time = 18 months. Graph the signed numbers in the list on a number line. 2 2
95) — 35, —1, 1,33 (I—+—I—t—I—'i—l—i———i_) Insert < or > between the pair of numbers to make a true
statement. 96) —9 —93 Find the absolute value. 97) 22
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99) —5 Find the opposite of the number. 100) —27
Add. 101)  g +%
Simplify. 102) l6+ 20 —(—l3)— 11 103) 15 — 0 — 19 —(4)+(—15) Multiply. 104) (4)(—5)(—5)
Simplify. 105) —32 106) (3)2
Divide. 107) 56 + 0.7 1 _ _5_ 108) —§?[_ 6] Simplify. 109) —16+(52+30)+5 110) 23—[9—(4—7)]+(5—7)3 Evaluate the expression for the given values.
111) x(y+z) forx=24,y=10,andz=5 Simplify the expression by combining like terms.
112) —12y  3x  9x Simplify the expression.
113) (—2m + 6n — 9p) 114) 3(8r + 2) + 6(3r + 8) Solve.
115) —12 = 19 +f 116) 24 =30 + n 117) —4s = —52 118) —%x=—4 Solve the equation.
119) 5x + 7(—2x  6): —46 — 5x Solve. 120) Tony sold his used snow plow and accessories
for $651 . If he received six times as much
money for ’the snow plow as he did for the , accessories, ﬁnd how much money he received
for the snow plow. ltl Answer Key
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