Math Test Set 2-25 Questions

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1. The number \(-6\) is \(2\) more than an unknown number. Find the unknown number.
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Question 1 of 25

2. Are the equations \(x + 2 = 9\) and \(x = 7\) equivalent?
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Question 2 of 25

3. Pet Supplies makes a profit of \($\,5.50\) per bag on its line of natural dog food. If the store wants to make a profit of no less than \($\,5225\) on natural dog food, how many bags of dog does the store need to sell?
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4. Round the number   \(2,358\) to the nearest ten.
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5. According to the National Atmospheric and Oceanic Administration, in \(2019\) there were \(16\) named storms, of which \(8\) grew into hurricanes and \(5\) were major. What fraction of hurricanes were major? Reduce your answer to the lowest terms.
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6. John opened a new bank account and deposited a \(\$215\) check. Then he made a few withdraws of \(\$40\), \(\$20\), and \(\$75\) before he deposited one more check for \(\$185\). How much is now in John’s bank account?
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7. In January, typical Fairbanks, Alaska temperatures are \(-2\) degrees Fahrenheit during the day and \(-19\) degrees Fahrenheit during the night. What is the temperature change from daytime to nighttime?
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8. In your drawer, you have 10 pairs of socks, 6 of which are white, and 7 tee shirts, 3 of which are white. If you randomly reach in and pull out a pair of socks and a tee-shirt, what is the probability both are white?
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9. Diver number one dives down \(25\) feet below sea level. Diver number two then goes down five \((5)\) times further than diver number one. What is the final depth of diver number two?
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10. In order to prepare for your summer bash, you go to the supermarket to buy hamburgers and chicken. Hamburgers cost \($\,2\) per pound and chicken costs \($\,3\) per pound. You have no more than \($\,30\) to spend. Which inequality represents this situation?
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11. A stationery store sells staplers for \(\$1.50\) each. A company buys an unknown number of these staplers at a cost of \(\$36.00\) in total. How many staplers did the company purchase?
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Question 11 of 25

12. Translate the phrase into a mathematical expression

"4 less than 11 times the number x"
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13. What is the value of \(5^{3}\)
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14. Are the equations \(x = 3\) and \(x + 8 = 11 \) equivalent?
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15. On the moon, you would only weigh \( \frac{1}{6}\) of what you weigh on earth. If you weigh \(138\) pounds on earth, what would your weight on the moon be?
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16. Simplify the given expression.

\(9- 3(2)^{2}\)
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17. Albert has inherited \(\$45,500\) and he decided to invest part of his inheritance in a well-respected mutual fund while keeping the remaining part of his inheritance in a certificate of deposit. If Albert's amount that he invested in this certificate of deposit is \(\$3,500\) more than six times the amount he invested in the mutual fund, calculate the amount he invested in each account.
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18. Use rules of exponents and simplify:

\((y^{2})^{9}\)
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19. Seven more than two times a certain number is 181. Find the number.
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20. Simplify the given expression:

\(9 + (9 - 6)^{3}- 5\)
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21. Lily is cutting a piece of yarn into \(3\) (three) pieces. The 2nd piece is \(3\) times as long as the 1st piece, while the 3rd piece is \(6\) centimeters longer than the 1st piece. When the yarn has a total length of \(211\) centimeters, calculate the length of the first piece.
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Question 21 of 25

22. James travels 3,247 m to the park, then 582 m to the store. He then travels 1,634 m back to his house.

Find the total distance traveled by first rounding each number to the nearest ten.
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Question 22 of 25

23. A store is advertising that it offers a \(14\%\) discount on everything purchased at the store. When John had paid \(\$670.80\) for his purchase, what was the originally marked price for that article?
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Question 23 of 25

24. Use rules of exponents and simplify:

\(v^{8}\div v^{5} \)
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25. Alan is hiking a 70-mile-long trail. After a few days, his distance from the trail's beginning is four times as far he is from the trail's end. What's the distance Alan still has to hike?
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Last Updated on February 15, 2024.