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Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 10

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Updated on Jul 15, 2011

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Problems

  1. On a particular morning the temperature went up 1° every two hours. If the temperature was 53° at 5 A.M., at what time was it 57°?
    1. 7 A.M.
    2. 8 A.M.
    3. 12 P.M.
    4. 1 P.M.
  2. What is the value of ?
    1. 2
    2. 4
    3. 8
    4. 32
  3. Find the median of the following group of numbers: 14 12 20 22 14 16
    1. 12
    2. 14
    3. 15
    4. 16
    1. 12
    2. 20
  4. Which of the following is equivalent to
    1. 20
  5. Which of the following numbers is divisible by six?
    1. 232
    2. 341
    3. 546
    4. 903
  6. Which of the following best represents the following statement? Patricia (P) has four times the number of marbles Sean (S) has.
    1. P = S + 4
    2. S = P – 4
    3. P = 4S
    4. S = 4P
  7. Write ten thousand, four hundred forty-seven in numerals.
    1. 10,499,047
    2. 104,447
    3. 10,447
    4. 1,047
  8. Write ten million, forty-three thousand, seven hundred three in numerals.
    1. 143,703
    2. 1,043,703
    3. 10,043,703
    4. 10,430,703
  9. John has started an egg farm. His chickens produce 480 eggs per day, and his eggs sell for $2 a dozen. How much does John make on eggs per week? (one week = seven days)
    1. $480
    2. $500
    3. $560
    4. $600
  10. What is the value of 5–2?
    1. –10
    2. –25
  11. | 4 – 15 | =
    1. –11
    2. 11
    3. –19
    4. 19
  12. Use the following table to answer question 13.

  13. What was Lubbock's production in the month of April?
    1. 345
    2. 415
    3. 540
    4. 560
  14. Fifty-four students are to be separated into six groups of equal size. How many students are in each group?
    1. 8
    2. 9
    3. 10
    4. 12
  15. Use the following table to answer question 15.

  16. This table shows the data Steve collected while watching birds for one week. How many raptors did Steve see on Monday?
    1. 6
    2. 7
    3. 8
    4. 10
  17. Use the following table to answer question 16.

  18. A train moving at a constant speed leaves Chicago for Los Angeles [at time t = 0]. If Los Angeles is 2,000 miles from Chicago, which of the following equations describes the distance (D) from Los Angeles at any time t?
    1. D(t) = 60t – 2,000
    2. D(t) = 60t
    3. D(t ) = 2,000 – 60t
    4. D(t) = 2,000 + 60t
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