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i need answers to penn foster 00701300,00701401,00701500,00701700,00701800
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701300:
Questions 1–20: Select the one best answer to each question.
1. Which of the following statements about the number line is true?
A. Number lines end with the number 10.
B. Numbers get smaller as you move to the left on the number line.
D. Numbers get larger as you move to the left on the number line.

2. What is the correct way to write three hundred nine million, fifty-eight thousand, three hundred
four?
A. 395,834 C. 390,580,304
B. 309,058,304 D. 309,58,34

3. What is 307,495 rounded to the nearest thousand?
A. 307,400 C. 308,000
B. 310,000 D. 307,000

4. What is the sum of 667 and 23?
A. 29 C. 15,341
B. 644 D. 690

5. Which of the following statements is true?
A. 15 + 0 = 0 C. 15 ÷ 0 = 0
B. 15 – 0 = 0 D. 0 ÷ 15 = 0

6. In the problem 10 – 4 = 6, what is the correct term for the number 4?
A. Product C. Subtrahend
B. Minuend D. Difference

7. At the end of the year, a library reported 32 books lost or stolen, and 24 books were sent
out for repair. If the library originally had 1,219 books, how many were left on the shelves
or in circulation?
A. 1,219 C. 1,275
B. 1,187 D. 1,163

8. What is the product of 713 and 82?
A. 58,466 C. 795
B. 8 r57 D. 631

9. What is the difference between 1,968 and 3,000?
A. 1132 C. 1032
B. 1031 D. 1042

10. What is the inverse operation of division?
A. Subtraction C. Multiplication
B. All mathematical operations D. Division has no inverse operation.

11. Which of the following statements contains a quotient?
A. 7 + 6 = 13 C. 42 ÷ 6 = 7
B. 7 × 6 = 42 D. 7 – 6 = 1

12. Pizza Perfection sold 93 pizzas on Monday, 67 pizzas on Tuesday, 78 pizzas on Wednesday,
44 pizzas on Thursday, and 123 pizzas on Friday. On average, how many pizzas did they sell
per day?
A. 63 C. 82
B. 81 D. 83

13. What is the area of the room in this diagram?
A. 25 square feet C. 84 square feet
B. 156 square feet D. 166 square feet

14. Gina decided to order some clothes from a catalogue. She ordered 3 pairs of jeans at \$39
each, 4 T-shirts at \$15 each, and 2 skirts at \$27 each. What was her total bill?
A. \$117 C. \$177
B. \$192 D. \$231

15. What is the word name for 40,517?
A. Forty thousand, five hundred seventeen C. Four thousand, five hundred seventeen
B. Forty thousand, fifty-one seven D. Four thousand, fifty-one seven

16. For a popular Broadway musical, the theater box office sold 356 tickets at \$80 apiece, 275 tickets
at \$60 apiece, and 369 tickets at \$45 apiece. How much money did the box office take in?
A. \$61,585 C. \$16,500
B. \$44,980 D. \$16,605

17. What is the position of 7 in the number 876,543?
A. The hundreds place C. The ten-thousands place
B. The thousands place D. The tens place

18. What is the selling price of a \$2,499 motorcycle if a \$249 discount is given?
A. \$2,748 C. \$2,499
B. \$249 D. \$2,250

19. If one apartment requires 36 square yards of carpeting, how many square yards of carpeting
do 25 identical apartments require?
A. 61 square yards C. 900 square yards
B. 27 square yards D. 936 square yards

20. Tina lost 3 pounds on the first week of her diet. She gained a pound on the second week, and
then lost 2 pounds a week during every week afterwards. She has been dieting for a total of
13 weeks. How many pounds has Tina lost in all?
A. 20 pounds C. 22 pounds
B. 24 pounds D. 26 pounds

00701401:
Which of the following pairs of numbers contain like fractions?
A.6/7 and 1 5/7 C.5/6 and 10/12
B.3/2 and 2/3 D.3 1/2 and 4 3/4

2.7 1/5-6 2/5 =
A.3/5 13 C.4/5
B. 1 4/5 D. 1 1/5

3. What is the sum of 2/5 and 2/4?
A.8/20 C.10/20
B.9/10 D.6/8

What is the least common denominator of 3/4,2/5 and 2/3?
A. 20 C. 12
B. 15 D. 60

5. What is the product of 3 2/3 and 14 2/5?
A. 52 4/15 C. 52 4/5
B. 54 D. 42 4/5

6. Divide by 6/13 and 6/12
A.12/13 C.13/12
B.1/12 D.9/16

7. Jane is making a suit which requires 2 5/8 yards for the jacket and 1 3/4 yards for the skirt. What is the
total amount of material she needs?
A. 4 yards C. 3 1/2 yards
B. 3 2/3yards D. 4 3/8 yards

8. Which of the following is an example of a proper fraction?
A.15/2 C.6/6
B.4/7 D.11/10

9. A bus on a regular schedule takes 3 1/2 hours to reach its destination. The express bus takes
2 1/2hours to make the same trip. How much travel time can be saved by taking the express?
A. 5 3/4hours C.3/4 hour
B. 1 1/4hours D. 2 hours

10. Ralph spends 15 1/3 hours per month playing tennis. How many hours does he play tennis in a year?
(There are twelve months in a year.)
A. 164 C. 182 2/3
B. 184 D. 164 1/3

11. What is the reciprocal of 6/5?
A.12/10 C. 1
B. 1 1/5 D.5/6

12. A family spends 1/10 of its annual income for housing, 1/4 for food and clothing,1/5 for general
expenses, and 2/15 for entertainment. What fractional part of their income is spent on these items
altogether?
A.1/7 C.18/24
B.11/12 D.41/60

13. What is the fraction 18/24 reduced to its lowest terms?
A.3/4 C.18/24
B.9/12 D.24/18

14.7/8 = ?/48
A. 6 C. 42
B. 13 D. 1

15. A chef prepared five chocolate tortes for a dinner party. The guests consumed2 5/16 tortes. How
many tortes are left?
A. 2 11/16 C. 2 9/16
B. 3 11/16 D. 3 9/16

16. Write 10 5/12 as an equivalent improper fraction.
A. 10 12/5 C.125/12
B.120/12 D.12/125

17. Simone has 5 employees in her flower shop. Each employee 6 4/15 works hours per day. How many
hours, in total, do the 5 employees work per day?
A. 30 C. 31 1/3
B. 28 D. 30 2/3

18.15 ÷ 6 2/3 =
A.100 1/4 C. 100
B. 2 1/4 D.2 3/4

19. What is the difference between 126 1/4 and 78 2/3?
A. 58 5/12 C. 48 1/3
B. 57 7/12 D. 47 7/12

20.4/15 of the 315 members of a book club are male. How many female members are there in the club?
A. 84 C. 174
B. 131 D. 231

00701500

1. Change the fraction 93/1,000 to a decimal.
A. 0.93 C. 0.0093
B. 0.093 D. 0.00093

2. John measured the diameter of four steel rods. Compare his measurements below. Which one is
the largest?
A. 0.025 inch C. 0.24 inch
B. 0.026 inch D. 0.25 inch

3. Change the fraction 13/20 to a decimal.
A. 0.015 C. 0.065
B. 0.15 D. 0.65

4. A chemist weighed three separate test samples at 0.17 gram, 0.204 gram, and 2.3 grams. What is
the total weight of the three samples?
A. 2.44 grams C. 2.674 grams
B. 2.521 grams D. 3.97 grams

5. 11 + 1 + 0.01 + 0.11 + 0.111 = ?
A. 12.222 C. 13.23
B. 12.231 D. 15.21

6. The layer of gold coating on a ring should be 0.03 millimeters thick when the ring is completed.
A coating of 0.021 millimeters has already been applied. How many more millimeters of gold
coating must be added to finish the ring?
A. 0.09 millimeters C. 0.009 millimeters
B. 0.18 millimeters D. 0.018 millimeters

7. 36 – 0.0048 = ?
A. 36.0048 C. 35.9952
B. 35.0048 D. 35.1520

8. Kim works as a salesperson for a photo studio. To find his earnings for the week, he multiplies his
total sales by 0.175. His sales for the week of October 10 total \$2,507.47. What did he earn for the
A. \$388.06 C. \$449.83
B. \$438.81 D. \$880.60

9. A mechanic buys \$14.56 worth of parts from a supplier. If he pays for the parts with a \$20 bill, how
A. \$5.44 C. \$6.44
B. \$5.56 D. \$6.56

10. If a worker is paid \$4.16 per hour and works 8.5 hours in one week, how much is she paid for that
week?
A. \$12.66 C. \$50.10
B. \$35.36 D. \$54.08

11. A group of employees bought a get-well gift for a coworker. The gift cost \$16.06. If there are 22
employees in the group, how much does each employee need to contribute?
A. \$.73 C. \$1.33
B. \$.75 D. \$1.37

12. 0.34 × 9 = ?
A. 30.6 C. 0.306
B. 3.06 D. 0.0306

13. A druggist is preparing a medication. Each capsule requires 0.007 gram of aspirin. He
has 14 grams of aspirin. How many capsules can he prepare?
A. 200 C. 2,000
B. 500 D. 5,000

14. 3.7 ÷ 1.1 = ? Round to the nearest hundredth.
A. 0.297 C. 4.07
B. 3.36 D. 4.8

15. A package of ground beef costs \$6.98. The price per pound is \$1.86. How many pounds of ground
beef are in the package? Round to the nearest hundredth.
A. 3.55 C. 3.75
B. 3.64 D. 3.86

16. If a 10-pound sack of potatoes costs \$6.55, how much would 1 pound cost? Round your answer to
the nearest cent.
A. \$.65 C. \$1.65
B. \$.66 D. \$6.55

17. Which one of the following is an example of a repeating decimal?
A. 0.6666666 C. 0.123321
B. 6.787878 D. 1.234545

18. It costs the Quality Company \$.14 per mile to run its van. On Monday the van traveled 87.6 miles.
How much did it cost to run the van that day? Round your answer to the nearest cent.
A. \$1.23 C. \$12.26
B. \$6.57 D. \$13.14

19. Change the fraction 4/13 to a decimal. Round off to the nearest thousandth.
A. 0.134 C. 0.325
B. 0.308 D. 0.413

20. 7.2 × 12 × 0.23 = ? Round to the nearest hundredth.
A. 19.43 C. 19.87
B. 19.44 D. 19.88

00701600

1. Which of the following is equal to 4 kilograms?
A. 4,000 cg C. 4,000 mg
B. 40 g D. 4,000 g

2. What is the sum of 6 feet 10 inches and 8 feet 9 inches?
A. 14 ft. 7 in. C. 13 ft. 19 in.
B. 15 ft. 7 in. D. 15 ft. 19 in.

3. What is the elapsed time between 3:40 A.M. and 2:00 P.M.?
A. 8 hr. 20 min. C. 10 hr. 20 min.
B. 11 hr. D. 1 hr. 40 min.

4. How many yards are in 5 miles?
A. 8,800 yd. C. 1,760 yd.
B. 5,280 yd. D. 26,400 yd.

5. A merchant bought 30 dozen pairs of gloves. How many individual gloves did the merchant
A. 360 C. 420
B. 720 D. 300

6. If a thermometer indicates 40 degrees Celsius, what is the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit?
A. 22°F C. 72°F
B. 54°F D. 104°F

7. The gross weight of a package and its contents is 11 pounds 5 ounces. If the packaging
weighs 1 pound 15 ounces, what is the net weight of the contents?
A. 10 lb. 5 oz. C. 9 lb. 6 oz.
B. 12 lb. 20 oz. D. 10 lb. 6 oz.

8. What is the volume of a block of ice measuring 3 meters long, 1.5 meters wide, and 2 meters
high?
A. 12 cu. m C. 6 cu. m
B. 9 cu. m D. 900 cu. m

9. 8 gallons equals how many pints?
A. 32 pt. C. 64 pt.
B. 2 pt. D. 128 pt.

10. The Smiths took out a 30-year mortgage. How many monthly payments will they have to make
on this mortgage?
A. 12 C. 120
B. 36 D. 360

11. 20,000 pounds equals how many English tons?
A. 10,000 tons C. 2,000 tons
B. 10 tons D. 1 ton

12. \$14.36 + \$35.72 + \$32.05 = ?
A. \$82.13 C. \$81.13
B. \$72.13 D. \$81.03

13. If military time is 0145, what time is it on a regular clock?
A. 12:45 A.M. C. 1:45 A.M.
B. 12:45 P.M. D. 1:45 P.M.

14. 41° F equals how many degrees Celsius?
A. 56°C C. 9°C
B. 5°C D. – 5°C

15. What would you have to do to change 10 cubic feet into cubic inches?
A. Multiply by 1,728 C. Multiply by 46,656
B. Divide by 1,728 D. Divide by 46,656

16. If John ran a 5-kilometer marathon, how long was that in meters?
A. 50 m C. 1000 m
B. 500 m D. 5,000 m

17. How many cubic feet are in 3 cubic yards?
A. 27 cu. ft. C. 81 cu. ft.
B. 9 cu. ft. D. 5,184 cu. ft.

18. If a chicken farm sold 3,000 dozen eggs last week, how many individual eggs were sold?
A. 3,600 C. 250
B. 36,000 D. 3,000

19. Firewood is often sold by the cord. A cord of wood is a bundle measuring 4 feet by 4 feet by
8 feet. What is the volume of a cord of wood in cubic feet?
A. 4.74 cu. ft. C. 64 cu. ft.
B. 128 cu. ft. D. 3,456 cu. ft.

20. Walt is mixing fruit punch for a party. He combines 1 gallon 2 quarts 3 pints of orange juice,
1 gallon 3 quarts 7 pints of pineapple juice, and 1 gallon 3 quarts 3 pints of ginger ale. What is
the total liquid measure of the punch?
A. 6 gal. 2 qt. 2 pt. C. 6 gal. 3 qt. 1 pt.
B. 5 gal. 3 qt. 1 pt. D. 6 gal. 2 qt. 1 pt.

00701700

1. During a paint sale, a hardware store sold 33 gallons of flat paint and 57 gallons of high-gloss
paint. What is the ratio of gallons of high-gloss sold to the total gallons sold?
A. 33 : 57 C. 57 : 33
B. 33 : 90 D. 57 : 90

2. If you’re currently making \$6.75 per hour and you’re offered a new job that pays \$7.47 per
hour, how much more would you make per hour at the new job?
A. \$.28 C. \$1.28
B. \$.72 D. \$1.72

3. Which one of the following statements expresses a true proportion?
A. 2 : 3 = 3 : 2 C. 3 : 5 = 12 : 20
B. 14 : 6 = 28 : 18 D. 42 : 7 = 6 : 2

4. Paul can type 60 words per minute and Jennifer can type 80 words per minute. How does
Paul’s typing speed compare to Jennifer’s?
A. Paul can type 1/4 as fast as Jennifer.
C. Paul can type 3/4 as fast as Jennifer.
B. Paul can type 1/3 as fast as Jennifer.
D. Paul can type 11/3 times as fast as Jennifer.

5. Theresa worked 9 hours on Monday and 7 hours on Wednesday. Her total pay was \$116.00.
What is her rate per hour?
A. \$7.25 C. \$8.29
B. \$12.89 D. \$16.57

6. Joel earns \$1,500 per month. If he spends \$375 on rent each month, what percent of his
income does he spend on rent?
A. 20% C. 331/3%
B. 25% D. 40%

7. Change the fraction 3/4 to a percent.
A. 34% C. 75%
B. 63% D. 133%

8. If a car travels 340 miles on 20 gallons of gas, how far can it travel on 25 gallons of gas?
A. 255 C. 425
B. 272 D. 500

9. Kent worked in the housewares section of a department store. This year he set a record high
for vacuum sales with 567 vacuums sold. The previous high was last year, when 540 vacuums
were sold. What is the percent of increase in sales from last year to this year?
A. 20% C. 50%
B. 5% D. 105%

10. Lavina wants to buy a rocking chair for \$160. She will pay 10% down and pay the rest in six
monthly installments. What will be the amount of each monthly payment?
A. \$16 C. \$26
B. \$24 D. \$27

11. Change 34.55% to a decimal.
A. .03455 C. .3455
B. 3.455 D. 34.55

12. A certain alloy contains 5.25% copper. How much copper is there in a piece weighing 200
pounds?
A. 1.05 pounds C. 10.5 pounds
B. 105 pounds D. 1050 pounds

13. Edgar Anderson earns \$200 a week plus a 15% commission on all sales over \$1,000. If Mr.
Anderson’s sales for one week are \$2,500, what is his gross pay for that week?
A. \$350 C. \$525
B. \$425 D. \$575

14. The ratio of an object’s weight on Earth to its weight on Neptune is 5 : 7. How much would a
person who weighs 150 pounds on Earth weigh on Neptune?
A. 1071
7 pounds C. 210 pounds
B. 170 pounds D. 750 pounds

15. Angelo earns \$2,080 each month. His total deductions are 30% of his pay. How much is
deducted from his pay each month?
A. \$62.40 C. \$69.33
B. \$624.00 D. \$693.33

16. Of the employees who work at Stalling Printing, 90% attended the safety procedures meeting.
If 63 employees attended the meeting, how many employees work at Stalling Printing?
A. 57 C. 128
B. 70 D. 143

Questions 17–20: These questions are based on the following circle graph.The graph represents
the results of a survey in which 400 people were asked to identify the TV channel on which they
preferred to watch the evening news.

the graph shows wwcn 41% wkod 13% wclm 24% warn 22%
17. Which channel is the most popular one for the evening news?
A. WWCN C. WANR
B. WCLM D. WKOD

18. How many people preferred WCLM?
A. 24 C. 96
B. 88 D. 100

19. How many more people preferred WWCN than WANR?
A. 68 C. 164
B. 76 D. 236

20. Write a ratio to express the number of people who preferred WANR to those who preferred
WCLM.
A. 11 : 12 C. 23 : 100
B. 46 : 100 D. 3 : 50

00701800

1. The least common multiple of 3, 4, 6, and 8 is
A. 8. C. 72.
B. 24. D. 96.

2. You’re planning to buy a boat, a motor, and some miscellaneous boating equipment. The boat
costs \$325, the motor costs \$225, and the equipment costs \$79. If you’ve saved \$438 toward
these purchases, how much more do you need to save?
A. \$181 C. \$281
B. \$191 D. \$291

3. Write 1,386 as the product of its prime factors.
A. 2 x 693 C. 2 x 3 x 7 x 33
B. 2 x 3 x 231 D. 2 x 3 x 3 x 7 x 11

4. 45 – 15 – 15 =
A. 0. C. 15.
B. 1. D. 30.

5. At a local store you find the following prices listed:
Cellophane tape. . . . . . . . . . . . 2 rolls for \$1.28
Note pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 pads for .87
Highlighters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 for 1.59
Ink cartridges . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 boxes for 1.98
How much would you pay for one roll of tape, two note pads, two highlighters, and two boxes of ink cartridges?
A. \$4.50 C. \$6.38
B. \$5.72 D. \$8.07

6. At the beginning of the week the balance in your checkbook was \$298.72. During the week you
made a deposit of \$425.69. You also wrote checks for \$29.72, \$135.47, and \$208.28. At the end
of the week you received a letter from the bank indicating that they had deducted a \$5.00 service
charge from your account. How much is in your account at the end of the week?
A. \$47.22 C. \$345.94
B. \$52.22 D. \$350.94

7. Find the product of(###) ###-####and 1,000.
A. 9,872,365 C. .9872365
B. 987,236.5 D. .09872365

8. A used car is priced at \$2,695. If you borrow the money for the car, your payments will be \$122
a month for 30 months. How much will you save by paying cash?
A. \$233 C. \$965
B. \$333 D. \$1,075

9. Subtract the quotient of 18 and 2 from the sum of 22 and 9.
A. 4 C. 22
B. 5 D. 23

Questions 10–11: These questions are based on this circle graph, which shows how an electrical contracting company divides its monthly
income. the graph shows 47% personal salary,24% helper's salary,8& parts supplies,5%mics.,4% taxes,4% investments,3%insurance,2% gas,2%advertising

10. In the circle graph above, you can see that 47% of the company’s monthly income is used to pay
the owner’s personal salary. If the amount of the owner’s personal salary was \$2,176.10 this
month, what was the company’s total monthly income this month?
A. \$4,630 C. \$10,227
B. \$8,704 D. \$21,590

11. What percent of the contractor’s income is spent on salaries?
A. 25% C. 72%
B. 47% D. 76%

12. Over a four-week period, Gail earned the following commissions:
Week 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . \$250.00
Week 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 310.00
Week 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 275.00
Week 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 195.00
What was her average weekly commission for the period?
A. \$205.00 C. \$240.00
B. \$207.50 D. \$257.5

17. A piece of pipe is 30 3/4 inches long. If five pieces, each 4 1/3 inches long, are cut from the pipe, how
many inches of pipe remain?
A. 9 1/12 inches C. 26 5/12 inches
B. 9 3/4 inches D. 30 3/4 inches

18. Find the difference between the product of 26.22 and 3.09 and the sum of 3.507, 2.08, 11.5, and
16.712.
A. 4.489 C. 47.2208
B. 6.511 D. 58.3108

19. If 3 1/2 pounds of bananas cost \$.98, how much would one pound cost?
A. \$.14 C. \$.20
B. \$.18 D. \$.28
20. A real estate broker sold your house for \$72,000. The broker’s commission was 6% of the selling
price. How much would you get for the house after the commission is paid?
A. \$67,680 C. \$73,200
B. \$70,800 D. \$76,320

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Customer: replied 9 years ago.