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# Question : 1) 5% of 400 is what number : 2163672

MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.

Solve. Round to the nearest hundredth, if necessary.

1) 5% of 400 is what number?

A) 2

B) 200

C) 20

D) 0.2

2) What number is 85% of 111?

A) 9435

B) 9.44

C) 943.5

D) 94.35

3) 919 is what percent of 779?

A) 84.77%

B) 1.18%

C) 0.12%

D) 117.97%

4) 3.1 is what percent of 23.6?

A) 7.61%

B) 761.29%

C) 13.14%

D) 0.13%

5) What percent of 135 is 17.1?

A) 12.67%

B) 0.08%

C) 789.47%

D) 0.13%

6) 82 is 10% of what number?

A) 820

B) 8200

C) 8.2

D) 82

7) 20 is 9% of what number?

A) 2222.2

B) 222.22

C) 22.22

D) 180

8) 10% of what number is 60?

A) 60

B) 6

C) 6000

D) 600

The circle graph below shows the number of pizzas consumed by college students in a typical month. Use the graph to answer the question.

9) What percent of college students consume more than 7 pizzas in a typical month?

A) 18%

B) 5%

C) 2%

D) 34%

10) If State University has approximately 33,000 students, about how many would you expect to consume 5-6 pizzas in a typical month?

A) 11,220 students

B) 5940 students

C) 1122 students

D) 594 students

Solve. Round answers to the nearest cent.

11) A store is advertising a 35% off sale on all new DVD releases. Find the discount of a newly released DVD collectors set that regularly sells for \$51.00.

A) \$33.15

B) \$17.85

C) \$1.79

D) \$49.22

12) An automobile dealership recently reduced the price of a used sports car by 39%. If the price of the car was \$43,000.00, find the discount.

A) \$26,230.00

B) \$1677.00

C) \$16,770.00

D) \$41,323.00

13) A store is advertising 45% off sale on everything in the store. Find the discount of a fax machine that regularly sells for \$170.

A) \$162.35

B) \$76.50

C) \$7.65

D) \$93.50

14) A store is advertising 45% off sale on everything in the store. Find the discount of a sofa that regularly sells for \$2000.

A) \$1910.00

B) \$1100.00

C) \$900.00

D) \$90.00

15) A store is advertising a 17% off sale on all new DVD releases. Find the sale price of a newly released DVD collectors set that regularly sells for \$90.00.

A) \$74.70

B) \$1.53

C) \$88.47

D) \$15.30

16) An automobile dealership recently reduced the price of a used sports car by 33%. If the price of the car was \$30,400.00, find the sale price.

A) \$10,032.00

B) \$20,368.00

C) \$29,396.80

D) \$1003.20

17) A store is advertising 45% off sale on everything in the store. Find the sale price of a camera that regularly sells for \$280.

A) \$12.60

B) \$154.00

C) \$126.00

D) \$2674.00

18) A store is advertising 35% off sale on everything in the store. Find the sale price of a table that regularly sells for \$2000.

A) \$700.00

B) \$1300.00

C) \$1930.00

D) \$70.00

19) Jeans are on sale at the local department store for 20% off. If the jeans originally cost \$64, find the sale price. (Round to the nearest cent.)

A) \$12.80

B) \$76.80

C) \$62.72

D) \$51.20

Solve. Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary.

20) Due to a lack of funding, the number of students enrolled at City College went from 8000 last year to 2000 this year. Find the percent decrease in enrollment. (Round to the nearest tenth of a percent, if necessary.)

A) 300%

B) 400%

C) 75%

D) 25%

21) A company increased the number of its employees from 420 to 490. What was the percent increase in employees?

A) 14.3%

B) 53.8%

C) 16.7%

D) 85.7%

22) The number of video stores in a region recently decreased from 135 to 95. Find the percent decrease.

A) 70.4%

B) 237.5%

C) 42.1%

D) 29.6%

23) In the past ten years, the population of a city decreased from 200,000 to 195,000. Find the percent decrease.

A) 97.5%

B) 2.5%

C) 3900%

D) 2.6%

Solve.

24) Sales at a local ice cream shop went up 40% in 5 years. If 25,000 ice cream cones were sold in the current year, find the number of ice cream cones sold 5 years ago. (Round to the nearest integer, if necessary.)

A) 17,857 ice cream cones

B) 15,000 ice cream cones

C) 62,500 ice cream cones

D) 10,000 ice cream cones

25) Attendance this year at the homecoming football game is 133% of what it was last year. If last year's homecoming football game attendance was 28,000, what is this year's attendance? (Round to the nearest integer, if necessary.)

A) 372,400 people

B) 4750 people

C) 37,240 people

D) 211 people

26) How much pure acid should be mixed with 6 gallons of a 50% acid solution in order to get an 80% acid solution?

A) 15 gal

B) 24 gal

C) 3 gal

D) 9 gal

27) A chemist needs 7 liters of a 50% salt solution. All she has available is a 20% salt solution and a 70% salt solution. How much of each of the two solutions should she mix to obtain her desired solution?

A) 1.4 liters of the 20% solution; 5.6 liters of the 70% solution

B) 2.1 liters of the 20% solution; 4.9 liters of the 70% solution

C) 2.8 liters of the 20% solution; 4.2 liters of the 70% solution

D) 3.5 liters of the 20% solution; 3.5 liters of the 70% solution

28) The owners of a candy store want to sell, for \$6 per pound, a mixture of chocolate-covered raisins, which usually sells for \$3 per pound, and chocolate-covered macadamia nuts, which usually sells for \$8 per pound. They have a 40-pound barrel of the raisins. How many pounds of the nuts should they mix with the barrel of raisins so that they hit their target value of \$6 per pound for the mixture?

A) 52 lbs.

B) 64 lbs.

C) 56 lbs.

D) 60 lbs.

29) The manager of a coffee shop has one type of coffee that sells for \$6 per pound and another type that sells for \$12 per pound. The manager wishes to mix 100 pounds of the \$12 coffee to get a mixture that will sell for \$10 per pound. How many pounds of the \$6 coffee should be used?

A) 25 pounds

B) 75 pounds

C) 150 pounds

D) 50 pounds

30) The manager of a candy shop sells chocolate covered peanuts for \$6 per pound and chocolate covered cashews for \$14 per pound. The manager wishes to mix 60 pounds of the cashews to get a cashew-peanut mixture that will sell for \$9 per pound. How many pounds of peanuts should be used?

A) 100 pounds

B) 50 pounds

C) 80 pounds

D) 160 pounds

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