Subject: ; Class: ; with 30 questions; test in 45 minutes; update 08/05/2018
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Question 1.

If the length of a rectangle is increased by 20 percent and the width is decreased by 20 percent, the the area

 (A) decreases by 20% (B) decreases by 4% (C) stays the same (D) increases by 10% (E) increases by 20%

Question 2.

It cost x dollars each to make the first 1,000 copies of a compact disc and y dollars to make each subsequent copy. If z is greater than 1,000, how many dollars will it cost to make z copies of the compact disc?

 (A) 1,000x + yz (B) zx - zy (C) 1,000 (z-x) + xy (D) 1,000 (z-y) +xz (E) 1,000 (x-y) + yz

Question 3.

How many two-digit integers sastify the following property? The last digit ( units digit) of the square of the two-digit number is 8,

 (A) none (B) 1 (C) 2 (D) 3 (E) more than 3

Question 4.

Ms.Taylor purchased stock for $1,500 and sold 2/3 of it after its value doubled. She sold the remaining stock at 5 times its purchase price. What was her total profit on the stock?  (A)$1,500 (B) $2,000 (C)$2,500 (D) $3,000 (E)$4,500

Question 5.

City B is 8 miles east of City A. City C is 6 miles north of city B. City D is 16 miles east of city C, and city E is 12 miles north of city D. What is the distance from city A to city E?

 (A) 10 miles (B) 20 miles (C) 24 miles (D) 30 miles (E) 42 miles

Question 6.

If x is number satisfying 2 < x <3 and y is a number satisfying 7 < x < 8, which of the following expressions will have the largest value?

 (A) x2y (B) xy2 (C) 5xy (D) $${4x^2y\over 3}$$ (E) $${x^2\over y}$$

Question 7.

If 50 apprentices can finish a job in 4 hours and 30 skilled workers can finish the same job in 4$${1\over 2}$$ hours, how much of the job should be completed by 10 apprentices and 15 skilled workers in 1 hour?

 (A) $${1 \over 9}$$ (B) $${29\over 180}$$ (C) $${26\over 143}$$ (D) $${1\over 5}$$ (E) $${39 \over 121}$$

Question 8.

There are 4 quarts in a gallon. A gallon of motor oil sells for $12 and a quart of the same oil sells for$5. The owner of a rental agency has 6 machines and each machine needs 5 quarts of oil. what is the minimum amount of money she must spend to purchase enough oil?

 (A) $84 (B)$94 (C) $96 (D)$102 (E) $150 Question 9. A store has a parking lot which contains 70 parking spaces. Each row in the parking lot contains the same number of parking spaces. The store has bought additional property in order to build an addition to the store. When the addition is built, 2 parking spaces will be lost from each row; however, 4 more rows will be added to the parking lot. After the addition is built, the parking lot will still have 70 parking spaces, and each row will contain the same number of parking spaces as every other row. How many rows were in the parking lot before the additional was built?  (A) 5 (B) 6 (C) 7 (D) 10 (E) 14 Question 10. If the area of a rectangle is equal to the area of a square, then the perimeter of the rectangle must be  (A) one haft of the perimeter of the square (B) equal to the perimeter of the square (C) equal to twice the perimeter of the square (D) equal to the square root of the perimeter of the square (E) none of the above Question 11. Which of the following are possible values for the angles of a parallelogram? I. 90º, 90º, 90º, 90º II. 40º, 70º, 50º, 140º III. 50º, 130º, 50º, 130º  (A) I only (B) II only (C) I and III only (D) II and III only (E) I, II and III Question 12. For every novel in the school library there are 2 science books; for each science book there are 7 economics books. Express the ratio of economics books to science books to novels in the school library as a triple ratio.  (A) 7 : 2 : 1 (B) 7 : 1 : 2 (C) 14 : 7 : 2 (D) 14 : 2 : 1 (E) 14 : 2 : 7 Question 13. There are 50 employees in the office of ABC Company. Of these, 22 have taken an accounting course, 15 have taken a course in finance, and 14 have taken a marketing course. Nine of the employees have taken exactly two of the courses, and one employee has taken all three of the courses. How many of the 50 employees have taken none of the courses?  (A) 0 (B) 9 (C) 10 (D) 11 (E) 26 Question 14. If x + y = 4 and x - y = 3, then x + 2y is  (A) $${1\over 2}$$ (B) 3.5 (C) 4 (D) 4$${1\over 2}$$ (E) 7$${1\over 2}$$ Question 15. How much interest will$2,000 earn at an annual rate of 8 percent in 1 year if the interest is compounded every 6 months?

 (A) $160.00 (B)$163.20 (C) $249.73 (D)$332.80 (E) $2,163.20 Question 16. If the price of steak is currently$1.00 a pound, and the price triples every 6 months, how long will it be until the price of steak is \$81.00 a pound?

 (A) 1 year (B) 2 years (C) 2$${1 \over 2}$$ years (D) 13 years (E) 13$${1 \over 2}$$ years

Question 17.

what is the maximum number of points of intersection of two circles that have unequal radii?

 (A) none (B) 1 (C) 2 (D) 3 (E) infinite

Question 18.

Typically, the entrepreneur is seen as an individual who owns and operates a small business. But, simply to own and operate a small business—or even a big business—does not make someone an entrepreneur. If this person is a true entrepreneur, then new products are being created and new ways of providing services are being implenented.

Which of the following conclusion can best be drawn from the above passage?

 (A) An owner of a large business may be an entrepreneur (B) Someone who develops an enterprise may be considered an entrepreneur (C) Entrepreneurs do not own and operate small businesses (D) Entrepreneurs are the main actor in economic growth (E) Entrepreneurs are investors

Question 19.

Ira is taller than Sam

Elliot is taller than Harold

Harold is shorter than Gene

Sam and Gene are the same height

If the above are true, which of the following conditions must also be true?

 (A) Elliot is taller than Gene (B) Elliot is taller than Ira (C) Sam is shorter than Elliot (D) Ira is taller than Harold (E) Sam is shorter than Harold

Question 20.

Although he was the most friendly of all present and different from the others, he hadn't hardly any friends except me.

 (A) different from the others, he hadn't hardly any friends except me (B) different  than the others, he had hardly any friends except me (C) different from the others, he had hardly any friends except me (D) different  than the others, he hadn't hardly any friends except I (E) different  than the others, he hardly had any friends except I

Question 21.

It was us who had left before he arrived

 (A) us who had left before he arrived (B) we who had left before he arrived (C) we who had went before he arrived (D) us who had went before he arrived (E) we who had left before the time he had arrived

Question 22.

Buy Plenty, a supermarket chain, had successfully implemented an in-store promotional campaign based on video messages flashed on a large screen. The purpose of the campaign was to motivate customers to purchase products they had not planned to buy before they entered the store. The sales manager of Build-It Inc., a chain of do-it-yourselt hardware stores, saw the campaign and plans to introduce it at Build-It locations.

The sales managers plan asumes that

 (A) supermarket and hardware products are the same (B) products cannot be sold successfully without a video sales campaign (C) supermarket chains do not sell hardware products (D) consumer decision making to buy products does not differ substaintially when it comes to both supermarket and hardware products (E) in-store campaigns are more effective than out-of-store advertising and sales promotion

Question 23.

She is the sort of person who I feel would be capable of making these kind of statements

 (A) sort of person who I feel would be capable of making these kind of (B) sort of a person who I feel would be capable of making these kind of (C) sort of person who I feel would be capable of making these kinds of (D) sort of person whom I feel would be capable of making these kinds of (E) sort of person whom I feel would be capable of making this kind of

Question 24.

Beside me, there were many persons who were altogether aggravated by his manners.

 (A) Beside me, there were many persons who were altogether aggravated (B) Beside me, there were many persons who were all together aggravated (C) Besides me, there were many persons who were altogether aggravated (D) Besides me, there were many persons who were altogether irritated (E) Beside me, there were many persons who were all together irritated

Question 25.

The owner, who was a kind man, spoke to the boy and he was very rude.

 (A) , who was a kind man, spoke to the boy and he (B) was a kind man and he spoke to the boy and he (C) spoke to the boy kindly and the boy (D) , a kind man, spoke to the boy who (E) who was a kind man spoke to the boy and he

Question 26.

Because we cooperated together, we divided up the work on the report that had been assigned.

 (A) together, we divided up the work on the report that had been assigned (B) together, we divided the work on the report that had been assigned (C) , we divided up the work on the report that was assigned (D) , we divided the work on the assigned report (E) we divided up the work on the assigned report

Question 27.

During 1999, advertising expenditures on the canned food products increased by 20 percent, while canned food consumption rose by 25 percent.

Each of the following, if true, could help to explain the increase in food consumption except

 (A) advertising effectiveness increased (B) canned food prices decreased relative to substitutes (C) canned food product were available in more stores (D) can opener production doubled (E) per-capita consumption of frozen foods declined

Question 28.

Inflation rose by 5.1 percent over the second quarter, up from 4.1 percent during the first quarter of the year, and higher than the 3.3 percent recorded during the same time last year. However, the higher price index did not seem to alarm Wall Street, as stock prices remained steady.

Which of the following, if true, could explain this reaction to Wall Street?

 (A) stock prices were steady because of a fear that inflation would continue (B) the president announced that he was concerned about rising inflation (C) Economists warned that inflation would persist (D) Much of the quarterly increase in the price level was due to a summer drought's effect on food prices. (E) Other unfavorable economic news had overshadowed the fact of inflation.

Question 29.

"Ever since I arrived at the college last week, I've been shocked by the poor behavior of students and the unfriendly attitude of the townspeople, but the professors are very erudite and genuinely helpful. Still, I wonder if I should have come here in the first place".

Which of the following, if true, would weaken the above conclusion?

 (A) professors are not always, helpful to students (B) the college has more than 50,000 students (C) the college is far from the student's home (D) not all professors have doctorates (E) the narrator was unsure of staying at the college

Question 30.

The senator rose up to say that, in her opinion, she thought the bill should be referred back to committee

 (A) rose up to say that, in her opinion, she thought the bill should be referred back (B) rose up to say that she thought the bill should be referred back (C) rose up to say that she thought the bill should be referred (D) rose up to say that, in her opinion, the bill should be referred (E) rose to say that she thought the bill should be referred