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1) At least 100 students at a certain high school study Japanese. If 4 percent of the students at the school who study French also study Japanese, do more students at the school study French than Japanese? 1) 1 students at the school study !oth French and Japanese. ") 10 percent of the students at the school who study Japanese also study French.

2) User-friendly 56% Fast response time 48% Bargain prices 42% The table gi es three factors to be considered !hen choosing an "nternet ser ice pro ider and the percent of the #$2%% respondents to a s&r ey !ho cited that factor as important' "f (% percent of the respondents cited both )&ser-friendly* and )fast response time*$ !hat is the ma+im&m possible n&mber of respondents !ho cited )bargain prices$* b&t neither )&ser-friendly* nor )fast response time,* -' (#2 B' ((6 .' (6% /' (84 0' 42%

#) If "$% of the students at &ollege & are !usiness ma'ors, what is the num!er of female students at &ollege &? (1)) "$% of the male students at &ollege & are !usiness ma'ors. (")) "00 of the female students at &ollege & are !usiness ma'ors. 4) At a two)day seminar, *0 percent of those registered attended the seminar on the first day. +hat percent of those registered did not attend the seminar on either day? (1) A total of 1,000 people registered for the two)day seminar (") ,f those registered, -0 percent attended the seminar on the second day. %) each of the students in a certain class recei.ed a single grade of /, F, or I. what percent of the students in the class were females?

1. of those who recei.ed a p, 400 were females ". of those who recei.ed either an I or I, -00 were males. ) 1he 2atri3 I !uild is as follows4 F 5F 1otal 6 ? ? "40 56 ? ? 0 1otal #00 100 #00 7) A clu! with a total mem!ership of #0 has formed # committees, 2, 6, and 8, which ha.e -, 1", and % mem!ers, respecti.ely. If no mem!er of committee 2 is on either of the other " committees, what is the greatest possi!le num!er of mem!ers in the clu! who are on none of the committees? ) A) %9 :) 79 &) -9 ;) 109 <) 1" -) ,f "00 mem!ers of a certain association each mem!er who spea=s >erman also spea=s <nglish and 70 of the mem!ers spea= only 6panish. If no mem!ers spea= all # languages9 how many mem!ers spea= " of # languages. A. 0 of the mem!ers spea= only <nglish :. "0 of the mem!ers do not spea= any of the three languages. *) At least 100 students at a certain high school study Japanese. If 4 percent of the students at the school who study French also study Japanese, do more students at the school study French than Japanese? 1) 1 students at the school study !oth French and Japanese. ") 10 percent of the students at the school who study Japanese also study French. 10) <ach employee of &ompany ? is an employee of either ;i.ision @ or ;i.ision A, !ut not !oth. If each di.ision has some part)time employees, is the ratio of the num!er of full) time employees to the num!er of part)time employees greater for ;i. @ than for &ompany ?? (1) 1he ratio of the num!er of full)time employees to the num!er of part)time employees is less for ;i. A than for &ompany ?. (") 2ore than half of the full)time employees of &ompany ? are employees of ;i. @, and more than half of the part)time employees of &ompany ? are employees of ;i. A 11) Bser)friendly % 0 Fast response time 4-0 :argain prices 4"0

1he ta!le gi.es three factors to !e considered when choosing an Internet ser.ice pro.ider and the percent of the 1,"00 respondents to a sur.ey who cited that factor as important. If #0 percent of the respondents cited !oth Cuser)friendlyD and Cfast response timeD, what is the ma3imum possi!le num!er of respondents who cited C!argain prices,D !ut neither Cuser)friendlyD nor Cfast response time?D

A. #1" :. ## &. # 0 ;. #-4 <. 4"0 1") If "$% of the students at &ollege & are !usiness ma'ors, what is the num!er of female students at &ollege &? (1)) "$% of the male students at &ollege & are !usiness ma'ors. (")) "00 of the female students at &ollege & are !usiness ma'ors. 1#) <ach person in a certain group supports only one of two candidates 8 and 1. ,f the people in the group, 4% percent support &andidate 8 and the rest support &andidate 1. Eow many people in the group are in fa.or of a flat ta3 ? (1) ,f the people in the group who support &andidate 8, %- percent are in fa.or of flat ta3 (") ,f the people in the group who support &andidate 1, "" are in fa.or of a flat ta3.

#4) 1f the 25 ho&ses in a certain comm&nity$ 48 ha e a patio' 3o! many of the ho&ses in the comm&nity ha e a s!imming pool, #) (8 of the ho&ses in the comm&nity ha e a patio b&t do not ha e a s!imming pool' 2) The n&mber of ho&ses in the comm&nity that ha e a patio and a s!imming pool is e4&al to the n&mber of ho&ses in the comm&nity that ha e neither a s!imming pool nor a patio'

1%) If &ompany 2 ordered a total of %0 computers and printers and &ompany 5 ordered a total of 0 computers and printers, how many printers did company 2 order? (1) &ompany 2 and &ompany 5 ordered the same num!er of computers (") &ompany 5 ordered 10 more printers than &ompany 2. 1 ) ,f the 1400 &ollege teachers sur.eyed 4"0 said they considered engaging in research an essential goal. Eow many of the college teachers sur.eyed were women?

1. In the sur.ey # 0 of the men and %00 of the women said that they considered engaging in research an essential goal. ". In the sur.ey, "-- men said they considered engaging in research an essential goal. 17) +hen 1000 children were inoculated with a certain .accine some de.eloped fe.er and some de.eloped inflammation. Eow many children de.eloped inflammation !ut not fe.er?? 1. --0 children de.eloped neither inflammation fe.er . ". "0 children de.eloped fe.er.

#8) 1f the 2%% members of a certain association$ each member !ho spea5s 6erman also spea5s 0nglish$ and 2% of the members spea5 only 7panish' "f no member spea5s all three lang&ages$ ho! many of the members spea5 t!o of the three lang&ages, #) 6% of the members spea5 only 0nglish 2) 2% of the members do not spea5 any of the three lang&ages'

1*) ,f the students who eat in a certain cafeteria, each student either li=es or disli=es Fima !eans and each studende either li=es or disli=es :ussels sprouts. ,f these students "$# disli=e Fima !eans9 and of these who disli=e Fima !eans, #$% also disli=e :urssel sprouts. Eow many of the students li=e !russel sprouts !ut disli=e Fima !eans 1) the total num!er of students are 1"0 ") students who disli=e Fima !eans are 40 "0) In a sample of college students, 40 percent are third)year students and 70 percent are not second)year students. +hat fraction of those students who are not third)year students are second)year students? (A) 4# (:) #" (&) 74 (;) "1 (<) 7# "1) Eow many of the 4" people in the group are employed students? 1. "* of the 4" people are employed. ". "4 of the 4" people are students. "") In a .illage of hundred households , 7% ha.e at least one ;G; player, -0 ha.e at least one cell phone ,and %% ha.e at least one 2/# player. <.ery .illage has at least one of these three de.ices.If @ and A are respecti.ely the greatest and the lowest possi!le num!er of households that ha.e all the three of these de.ices, @)A is 4 A) % : ) %% & ) 4% ;) #% <) "% "#) ,f the 4,-00 .oters who .oted for or against 8esolution H, 1,-00 were ;emocrats, and #,000 were 8epu!licans. +hat was the total num!er of female .oters who .oted for

8esolution H? (1) #$4 of the ;emocrats and "$# of the 8epu!licans .oted for resolution H. (") 1$# of the ;emocrats who .oted for 8esolution H and 1$" of the 8epu!licans who .oted for 8esolution H were females. "4) +hat fraction of this yearIs graduating students at a certain college are males? 1) of this yearIs graduating student, ## 0 of the males and "00 of females transferred from another college. ") of this yearIs graduating students "%0 transferred from another college. "%) +hat fraction of this yearIs graduating students at a certain college are males? a) ,f this yearIs graduating students, ## 0 of the males and "00 of the females transfered from another college. !) ,f this yearsIs graudating students, "% 0 of transfered from another college. " ) <ach of the students in a certain class recei.ed a single grade of /, F, or I. what percent of the students in the class were females? 1. of those who recei.ed a p, 400 were females ". of those who recei.ed either an I or F, -00 were males. "7) ,f the 7% houses, 4- ha.e a patio. Eow many ha.e a swimming pool? 1. #- of the houses ha.e a patio !ut donIt ha.e a swimming pool. ". 1he num!er of houses that ha.e a patio and a swimming pool eJuals the num!er that ha.e neither a patio nor a swimming pool. "-) ,f the students who eat in a certain cafeteria, each student either li=es or disli=es lima !eans and each student either li=es or disli=es :russels sprouts. ,f these students, "$# disli=e lima !eans9 and of those who disli=e lima !eans, #$% also disli=e :russels sprouts. Eow many of the students li=e :russels sprout !ut disli=e lima !eans? 1). 1"0 students eat in the cafeteria. "). 40 of the students li=e lima !eans.

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