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Multiply. 1) (8)(-11)

Question : Multiply. 1) (8)(-11) : 2151862

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

Multiply.

1) (8)(-11)

A) -188

B) -96

C) -88

D) -880

2) (-7)(3)

A) -24

B) -121

C) -210

D) -21

3) (2)(-6)

A) -12

B) 12

C) -2

D) -24

4) -6(0)

A) 6

B) -12

C) 0

D) -6

5) - ((8/9))((3/4))

A) - (8/9)

B) (2/3)

C) (3/4)

D) - (2/3)

6) ((8/7))(- (15/4))

A) - (23/28)

B) 40

C) (23/3)

D) - (30/7)

7) (- (5/8))(- (2/5))

A) - (13/160)

B) - (13/28)

C) (1/4)

D) (10/7)

8) 3.1(-3.01)

A) 0.09

B) 6.21

C) 6.11

D) -9.331

9) -1.6(-12)

A) 19.2

B) -13.6

C) -10.4

D) 13.6

10) - 2(- (4/9))

A) - (1/3)

B) (9/2)

C) - (8/9)

D) (8/9)

11) 6(-6)(8)

A) -288

B) 288

C) -28

D) 8

12) 5(-5)(1)(4)

A) -100

B) 5

C) 100

D) -5

13) -5(-3)(4)(-2)(-1)

A) -7

B) -120

C) 7

D) 120

14) 2(-7)(0)(-4)

A) -56

B) 0

C) -9

D) 56

15) -50(-0.006)(0.4)(-8)

A) -0.96

B) -9.6

C) 9.6

D) 0.96

16) (3.6)(1.7)(-5.7)(-1.2)

A) 34.884

B) -41.8608

C) -34.884

D) 41.8608

17) (-800)(0.05)(-26)(6)(- (1/8))

A) 780

B) -78

C) -780

D) 78

18) ((3/4))(- (9/4))((1/3))

A) - (5/11)

B) (1/16)

C) - (27/16)

D) - (9/16)

19) (- (9/10))(- (7/20))(- (10/19))

A) - (26/49)

B) - (9/3800)

C) - (63/380)

D) (63/200)

20) (- (1/8)) (- (1/9)) ((1/3)) (- (1/6))

A) - (1/1296)

B) - (1/648)

C) (1/1296)

D) (1/648)

Divide and write the answer in simplest form.

21) -112 ÷ 4

A) -38

B) - (1/28)

C) 28

D) -28

22) 180 ÷ (-6)

A) 30

B) -30

C) -40

D) - (1/30)

23) 0 ÷ 75

A) 1

B) -75

C) 0

D) Undefined

24) -98 ÷ (-7)

A) 4

B) -14

C) (1/14)

D) 14

25) -2.7 ÷ 0.03

A) -2.67

B) (1/90)

C) -26.7

D) -90

26) - 1.8 ÷ 3

A) 6

B) - 6

C) - 0.06

D) - 0.6

27) - (7/12) ÷ (6/10)

A) - (35/36)

B) (7/20)

C) - (7/20)

D) (35/36)

28) - (3/14) ÷ (- (9/14))

A) - (27/196)

B) 3

C) (1/3)

D) - (1/3)

29) (1/5) ÷ (- (5/8))

A) - (8/25)

B) (8/25)

C) (25/8)

D) - (1/8)

30) (- (4/3) /(1/8))

A) - (32/3)

B) - (4/3)

C) - (1/6)

D) - (1/2)

Solve the problem.

31) At the end of last year, Widgets Unlimited, Inc. posted a net income of -$168.8 billion. If this continues, what would its income be after three years?

A) -$506.4 billion

B) -$5064 billion

C) -$171.8 billion

D) $506.4 billion

32) Chris lost $6.15 playing poker in one week. If this continued, what would be his net winnings or losses after five weeks?

A) -$307.50

B) -$3075.00

C) -$30.75

D) $30.75

33) Ben lost $390 on each of 3 consecutive days in the stock market. If he had $17,798 before his loss, how much does he have after his loss?

A) $16,628

B) $1170

C) $17,408

D) $18,968

34) A weather forecaster predicts that the temperature will drop 6 degrees each hour for the next 7 hours. If the temperature is 31 degrees before the temperature starts falling, what is the temperature after the drop?

A) -42°

B) 18°

C) -11°

D) 42°

35) Your favorite stock opened the day's trading at $43.22 per share. When trading closed for the day, your stock was priced at $36.95 per share. If you own 80 shares, what was your profit or loss that day?

A) A profit of $501.60

B) A loss of $501.60

C) A loss of $6.27

D) A profit of $6.27

36) Christina made a chart summarizing her shop's financial performance over the past three years.

How much money was made in the months described as "Good"?

A) $3600

B) $800

C) $1000

D) $10,800

37) Christina made a chart summarizing her shop's financial performance over the past three years.

How much money was lost in the months described as "Poor"?

A) $1200

B) $800

C) $9000

D) $4500

38) The table below summarizes the plays that a football team made while in possession of the football during their last game.

If the total yards gained in small gains were combined with the total yards lost in small losses, what would be the result?

A) A loss of 10 yards

B) A loss of 2 yards

C) A gain of 10 yards

D) A gain of 80 yards

39) Adam owes $5040 in student loans. If he agrees to consolidate the loans and repay the total amount over 72 months, what would his monthly payment be?

A) $720

B) $70

C) $504

D) $420

40) Juanita arranged for a car loan of $21,000. If her monthly payments are $420, how many months will it take her to pay off the loan?

A) 70 months

B) 50 months

C) 500 months

D) 60 months

41) Sally will pay $14,400 on her student loan over the next 5 years. If $240 is automatically deducted from her bank account each month to pay off the loan, how much does she still owe after one year?

A) $11,520

B) $2880

C) $17,280

D) $12,000

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