Stalling Printing

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1. 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. 128
B. 57
C. 143
D. 70
2. Change the fraction 1/5 to a percent.
A. 20%
B. 45%
C. 12%
D. 50%
3. Complete the following equation using <, >, or =
100% ___ 1
A. >
B. =
C. <
4. A ____ is a pair of equal ratios.
A. ratio
B. proportion
C. decimal
D. percent
5. A ratio is defined as
A. a comparison between three sets.
B. a set of equal ratios.
C. two equal numbers.
D. a comparison between two sets
6. Complete the following equation using <, >, or =
7 ___24⁄4
A. <
B. =
C.
7. Change the fraction 3/4 to a percent.
A. 34%
B. 63%
C. 133%
D. 75%
8. Solve for the variable in 6⁄18 = x⁄36
A. 3
B. 9
C. 12
D. 6
9. What number is *****% of 320?
A. 7.04
B. 70.4
C. 7040
D. 704
10. How should you write the proportion 9:36 = 10:40 using words?
A. 9 is to 36 as 10 is to 40
B. 36 is to 9 as 10 is to 40
C. 9 is to 36 as 40 is to 10
D. 9 is to 10 as 36 is to 40
11. A student received an 82% on an exam. If there were 50 questions on the exam, which ratio would show the number of questions answered correctly to the total number of questions?
A. 41:50
B. 82:50
C. 25:50
D. 59:50
12. Steve can complete the 100m dash in 10 seconds while Paul can run it in 12 seconds. How does Steve’s time compare to Paul’s?
A. Steve is 5⁄6 slower than Paul
B. Steve is 1⁄2 slower than Paul
C. Steve is 5⁄6 as fast as Paul
D. Steve is 1⁄2 as fast as Paul
13. Joel earns $1,700 per month. If he spends $425 on rent each month, what percent of his income does he spend on rent?
A. 25%
B. 331/3%
C. 20%
D. 40%
14. A car recently sold for $32,345. If there’s a 6% sales tax on automobile sales, how much tax will be added to the price of the car?
A. $1,940.70
B. $194.70
C. $941.07
D. $34,285.70
15. Of the runners in a marathon through Northeastern Pennsylvania, 94.12% finished the race. If 2,125 runners started the race, how many finished the race?
A. 1,500
B. 1,854
C. 2,000
D. 2,227
16. Ebony earns $2,000 per month. If she spends $450 on rent each month, what percent of her income does she spend on rent?
A. 17.24%
B. 22.5%
C. 10%
D. 25%
17. Solve for the variable in 7⁄28 = 25⁄x
A. 100
B. 4
C. 20
D. 5
18. Complete the following equation using <, >, or =
3.20 ___ 3.02
A. >
B. =
C. <
19. During a hoagie sale fundraiser, a ski club sold 42 Italian hoagies and 53 roast beef hoagies. What is the ratio of Italian hoagies sold to the total number of hoagies sold?
A. 42:53
B. 42:95
C. 53:42
D. 53:95
20. If you’re currently making $8.75 per hour and you’re offered a new job that pays $9.47 per hour, how much more would you make per hour at the new job?
A. $.28
B. $.72
C. $1.72
D. $1.28