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MATHEMATICS

PROBABILITY

1. What is the probability of drawing a queen in a deck of 52 ordinary playing cards?

a. ¼

b. 1/12

c. 1/13

d. 1/52

2. What is the probability of drawing a spade or a king in a pack of 52 playing cards?

a. 1/12

b. 3/13

c. 1/14

d. 4/13

e. 17/52

3. I have 9 blue balls numbered 1 to 9 inside a container. If I pick out one ball, what is the probability that it is an even

number?

a. 2/9

b. 4/9

c. 5/9

d. ½

e. NOTA

4. In a tambiolo, I have 2 red marble, 5 green marble and 4 blue marbles. If I pick out a red marble, I draw from

container 1 which contains 4 marbles number 1-4. If I pick out a green marble, I draw from container 2 which

contains 3 marbles numbered 5-7. If I pick out a blue marble, I draw from container 3 which contains 7 marbles

numbered 8-14. What is the probability that I draw either 7 or an 11?

a. 3/847

b. 1/7

c. 20/2541

d. 61/227

e. 47/231

5. In a throw of two ordinary dice, what is the probability that an odd number will come out?

a. ½

b. 17/36

c. 19/36

d. 7/12

e. NOTA

6. A committee of 5 people is to be formed randomly from a group of 10 women and 6 men. Find the

probability that the committee has 3 women and 2 men.

A. 0.412087

B. 0.512087

C. 1.412087

D. 1.51287

7. A die is rolled, find the probability that an even number is obtained.

A. 1/5 B. 1/4 C. ½ D. 1

8. Two coins are tossed, find the probability that two heads are obtained.

A. 1/5

B. 1/4

C. ½

D. 1

AVERAGING

9. Randy has grades of 84, 65, and 76 on three math tests. What grade must he obtain on the next test to have an average

of exactly 80 for the four tests?

A. 85

B. 90

C. 95

D. 100

10. Find the average of 80, 80, 80, -80, 1

a. -32.2

b. 32.2

c. 80

d. 81

11. Find the value of x, 81 + 77 +79 +80 +82 + x = 88

a. 310

b. -311

c. 312

d. 311

12. Find the average between 2123, 5435, 2122, 6545, 7657, 3243?

a. 5042.55

b. 4520.8333333

c. 4502.222

d. 5042.33333

e. 2054

13. Find the average of 6.8, 3.5, 9.2, 7.45 and 6.05.

a. 6.0

b. 6.6

c. 66

d. 660

14. Bert had an average of 74 on his first four Math tests. After taking the next test, his average dropped to 73. What did

he get in his last test?

A. 69

B. 70

C. 71

D. 72

NUMBER SERIES

15. 48, 24, 12, 6, _____

a. 5

b. 1

c. 3

d. 4 e. 2

16. 0, 5, 2, 10, 4, 15, 6, 20, 8, _____

a. 9

b. 25

c. 10

d. 50

e. 12

17. 8 24 72 216 _____

a. 710

c. 536

e. 646

b. 864

d. 432

18. 2.7, 8.1, 24.3, 72.9, _____

a. 178.2

c. 145.8e. 98.7

b. 291.6

d. 218.7

19. 1/12, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 5/12, _____

a. 1/2

c. 3/4

e. 1/5

b. 7/12

d. 2/6

20. 7, 16, 34, 70, 142, 286, 574, _____

a. 770

c. 930

e. 1,150

b. 820

d. 1,040

21. 6 13 27 55 111 _____

a. 123

c. 223

e. 144

b. 222

d. 122

22. 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, _____

a. 64

b. 47

c. 81

d. 72

e. 98

23. 3, 6, 10, 15, 21, 28, 36, _____

a. 42

b. 39

c. 72

d. 48

e. 45

24. -1/2 1/4 -1/8 1/16 _____

a. -1/32

c. -1/16 e. 1/64

b. 1/32

d. -1/64

25. 1 2 3 6 7 14 _____

a. 30

c. 28

e. 16

b. 17

d. 15

26. 5 7 9 10 14 18 15 21 27 20 28 _____

a. 32

c. 36

e. 30

b. 35

d. 33

GEOMETRY

27. Circle A is of diameter twice that of Circle B. By what factor is the area of Circle A larger than Circle B?

a. ¼

b. ½

c. 1

d. 4

e. NOTA

28. A base angle of an isosceles triangle measures 30 degrees. What is the measure of the vertex angle?

a. 30

b. 50

c. 90

d. 120

e. 150

29. A circle is of circumference 9 cm. Angle A whose vertex is the center of the circle displaces an arc length of 2 ½ cm.

What is the measure of Angle A?

2

a. 15

cm

b. 32

cm 2

c. 54

cm 2

d. 64

cm

2

e. NOTA

30. What is the sum of the interior angles of a hexagon?

a. 720º

b.

c.

d.

e.

900º

1080º

800 º

800 º

**31. A 12 cm high cone has an 10 cm
**

a. 40

cm 3

b. 60

cm 3

c. 120

cm 3

d. 140

cm 3

e. 160

cm

2

base. What is the volume?

3

**32. What is the sum of the exterior angles of a pentagon?
**

a. 180º

b. 360º

c. 540º

d. 780º

e. NOTA

33. A square has a 6cm long diagonal. What is its area?

a. 9

cm

2

b. 18 cm

2

c. 37 cm

2

d. 36 cm

2

e. NOTA

34. In parallelogram ABCD, BC= 10cm, CD = 6cm. if AC is 8cm and AC is perpendicular to AB. What is the area of

ABCD?

a. 48

b. 72

c. 96

d. 100

e. NOTA

35. How many containers each occupies an area of 2 1/8 square meters can be stored in a 952 square meter warehouse?

a. 358

b. 448 c. 530

d. 630

ADDITION

36. 4.6 + 6.2 + 8.9 + 2.3 + -5.4 =

a. 33.3

b. 27.41

c. 27.04

d. 27.4

e. NOTA

37. Find the sum: 299 + 943 + 398 + 101

a. 1,531

b. 1,641

c. 1,741

d. 122, 222

38. If 1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10 = 55, then 11+12+13+14+15+16+17+18+19+20 =

a. 65

b. 155

c. 125

d. 550

39. 25.43 +33.21 +44.21 +3.14 =

a. 105.8

b. 105.99

c. 104.99

d. 101.92

40. Find the value of x, 90+ 81 +74 +60 + 99 +85 +79 +60 + 79 + x = 802

a.

b.

c.

d.

e.

91

92

93

94

95

WORD PROBLEMS

41. C is the midpoint of line segment AE, B and D are in the line AE so that AB = BC and CD = DE. What percent of AC

is AD?

a. 33 %

b. 50 % c. 133 % d. 150 %

42. If Sally can paint a house in 4 hours, and John can paint the same house in 6 hour, how long will it take for both of

them to paint the house together?

A. 2 hours and 24 minutes

B. 3 hours and 12 minutes

C. 3 hours and 44 minutes

D. 4 hours and 10 minutes

E. 4 hours and 33 minutes

43. Mr. Demapanag took his four children to the trade exhibit. The total cost of their admission tickets was P 135.00 Mr.

and Mrs. Demapanag and their six children had to pay P 220.00. What was the cost of an adult ticket and that of a

child’s ticket?

A. P 35.0 & P 25.00

C. P 24.00 & P 35.00

B. P 25.00 & P 35.00

D. P35.00 & P 28.00

44. Two cars start two places 180 km apart and travel toward each other on a super highway. The speed of the two cars are

45kph and 35 kph, respectively. If they drive without stopping, in how many hours will they meet?

A.2 ½ hrs

B.4 hrs

C. 4 ½ hrs

D.2 ¼ hrs

45. Two times a certain number added to 40 gives the same result as three times the same number subtracted from 190.

What is the number?

A. 7

B. 8

C. 9

D. 30

46. A manufacture finds that 150 pieces of pens are defective and unsuitable for sale. If the defective pens are equivalent

to three percent of the production, how many pens are being produced?

a. 5100

b. 4990 c. 5000

d. 5150

47. Jamie bought 55 copies of phil. History and paid a total of P 3,850.00. If she buys 3 copies more of the same book,

how much will she pay in all?

a.

P4,060 b. P4,260 c. P4,160 d. P4,150

48. Trisha is paid P 380.00 per hour for the 1st hrs. She works in a day. For every hour thereafter, she is paid P 475.00 per

hour. If she works 4 more hours’ day for 3 days in a week, how much does she earn per week?

a. P2,1000

c. P2,0950

b. P2,0900

d. P2,9990

49. Two trains start from the same station at the time but travel in opposite directions. Their rate is 45 miles per hour and

65 miles per hour respectively. After how many hours will the train be 640 miles apart?

a. 4 hrs. 40 mins

c. 6 hrs

b. 5 hrs 48 mins

d. 4 ½ hrs

50. Maxine owns 40% of the stock in Millennium Traders, Inc. Justine owns 15,000 shares. Aleah owns all the shares not

owned by Maxine or Justine. How many shares does Maxine own if Aleah has 25 % more shares than Maxine?

a. 45,000 shares

c. 60,000 shares

b. 50,000 shares

d. 75,000 shares

51. What would Aleah’ total number of shares in Millennium Traders Inc?

a. 75,500

c. 75,050

b. 75,600

d. 75,000

52. Which of the following is NOT true about squares?

A. It has four equal sides.

B. Each angle measures 90o.

C. One side is longer than the others.

D. It has two diagonals.

53. What is the standard form of 2.15 x 103?

A. 0.215 C. 2150

B. 0.00215D. 215

54. . How many centimetres are there in 60 meters?

a. 6000 cm

C. 60 cm

b. 600 cm

D. 6 cm

55. . Which of the following is equivalent to 3 feet?

A. 360 miles

C. 18 yards

B. 300 meters

D. 36 inches

LARGEST VALUE

Direction: Select the letter that has the largest value.

56.

a. 0.800

b. 0.8

c. 1/8

d. 8/10

e. 81%

57.

a. 8 x 15

c. 11 x 13

b. 10 x 14 d. 12 x 12

e. 13 x 11

58.

a. 38%

b. 3.8

c. 3.089e. 10/3

d. 38/11

a. 2/7

b. 1/10

c. 1/3

d. 8/27

59.

e. 26/81

60.

c. ½

d. 4/9

e. ¾

f. .76

61. Find the largest value if x=2

g. 3X +2

h. 5X +1

i. 8X + 0.1

j. 3X + 10.2

OTHER MATHEMATICAL PROBLEMS

62. Out of the 725 employees of the Inday Group of Companies, 116 work for All Laundry Industries. What percentage of

the total are employed by the other companies?

a. 42%

b. 64%

c. 72%

d. 80%

e. 84%

63. If 6.312 is subtracted from -4.788, what is the result?

a. 1.524

b. -1.524

c. 10.1

d. -11.1

e. 11.1

64. If it takes Dora 2 minutes and 15 seconds to go around the oval in one track once, how much time will it take her to

circle the track 14 times?

a. 31 1/2 min.

b. 36 min

c. 29 ¼ min

d. 1 hour

e. 15 ¼ min.

65. In a game of double dice, (where you bet from 2 to 12 to guess the outcome of a throw of two dice) Jaekel bet on the

number 9. What is the probability that he will win?

a. 1/36

b. 1/12

c. 1/11

d. 1/9

e. 1/6

66. The product of 0.6 and 1.05 is:

a. 0.063

b. 0.63

c. 1.75

d. 0.5714

67. What is the area of an equilateral triangle with an edge measure of ten centimeters?

a. 30 sq. cm

b. 77.128 sq. cm

c. 39.7 sq. cm

d. 43.3 sq. cm

e. 47.5935 sq. cm

68. A carlimozene solution is originally 70% zerolonmonic acid and 30% chrozonic loabide. 100 ml of zerolonmonic acid

is added to the solution making it 75% zerolonmonic. How many mL is the original carlimozene solution?

a. 250 ml

b. 400 ml

c. 500 ml

d. 750 ml

e. 800 ml

69. If three cats can kill three dogs in three minutes, in how man minutes can ten cats kill 100 dogs?

a. 10 mins

b. 15 mins

c. 30 mins

d. 100 mins

e. 1000 mins

70. The difference of the square of two consecutive positive integers is 43. Find the two numbes.

a. 19 and 20

b. 20 and 21

c. 21 and 22

d. 22 and 23

e. 23 and 24

71. Four judges gave Rico a score of 10.00 in the balance beam while two judges both gave him a score of 9.70. what was

Rico’s average score?

a. 9.80

b. 9.85

c. 9.875

d. 9.90

e. 9.975

72. Chan was able to find all the measures of the angles in Triangle A. One angle measured 70 degrees and the other 2

angles were congruent to each other. Which of the following methods can be used to find the measure of the 2

congruent angles? test

A: Subtract 70 from 180 and then divide by 3

B: Subtract 70 from 180 and then divide by 2

C: Multiply 70 by 2 and subtract from 180

D: Multiply 55 by 2 and subtract from 180

73. Ronald is decorating the school cafeteria for an upcoming event. He is in the process of hanging red and blue lights

around the perimeter of the cafeteria. Ronald has 7 strings of lights that are 50 feet each. Will he have enough lights to

cover the entire perimeter of the cafeteria?

A: Yes because the perimeter of the cafeteria is 400 feet, which is less than 350 feet.

B: Yes because the perimeter of the cafeteria is 350 feet, which is less than 400 feet.

C: No,because the perimeter of the cafeteria is 400 feet, which is greater than 350 feet.

D: No,because the perimeter of the cafeteria is 350 feet, which is greater than 400 feet.

74. What are the next three values in the following pattern: A,B,2,C,D,4,E,F,16,G,H,256,

A: I,J,512

B: I,J,65536

C: I,J,1024

D: None of the above

75. What equation would you use to find 35% of $2.00?

A: 2.00 x 35

B: 0.35 x 2.00

C: 3.5 x 2.00

D: (35/100) x 0.2

76. A number is chosen at random from the set of prime numbers less than 20. What is the set of possible outcomes?

A {2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 17, 19}

B {2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19}

C {2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19}

D {3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19}

77. Randy only works at the weekends. If Randy's boss asks him to work on a particular day, what is the set of possible

outcomes?

A {Saturday, Sunday}

B {Friday, Saturday, Sunday}

C {Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday}

D {Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday}

78. Convert 80½% to a decimal

A .0.8012

B .0.80½

C. 0.805

D. 0.85

DATA SUFFICIENCY

DIRECTIONS: Each of this data sufficiency problems consists of a question and two statement, labelled (1) and (2),

in which certain data are given. You have to decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient for

answering the question.

a. If statement (1) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (2) alone is not sufficient.

b. If statement (2) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (1) alone is not sufficient.

c. If BOTH statements TOGETHER are sufficient, but NIETHER statement ALONE is sufficient.

**d. If each statement ALONE is sufficient.
**

e. If statement (1) and (2) TOGETHER are not sufficient.

79. By what percent was the price per kilo of chicken increased?

(1) The price per kilo of chicken was increased by P20.

(2) The price per kilo of chicken after the increased was P120.

80. A real estate broker received a commission of 8% of the selling price of a certain property, what was the selling price

of the property?

(1) the selling price minus the real estate agent’s commission was P9,200.000

(2) the selling price was 25% of the original purchase price of P4,000.000.

81. Chin-Chin and Queenie May were among those who sold raffle tickets to raise money for the club. If Chin-Chin and

Queenie May sold a total of 168 tickets, how many tickets did Chin-Chin sell?

(1) Queenie May sold 60% as many raffle tickets as Chin-Chin.

(2) Queenie May sold 8% of all the raffle tickets sold.

82. What is the ratio of m: s : a ?

(1) a =2, and ms=64

(2)

m 2∧a 1

=

=

s

s

4

**83. If x and y are integers, is x divisible by 17?
**

(1) the product xy is divisible by 17.

(2) y is not divisible by 17.

84. On Saturday morning the printing machine of Gerpress Printing ran continuously at uniform rate to fill a production

order. At what time did it completely fill the order that morning?

(1) The supervisor began the plan for production 8:08 a.m.

(2) The machine had filled 50% of the order at 9:48 a.m. and 5/6 of the order by 10:18 a.m.

85. How many book does Gerard have?

(1) If Gerard had 18 fewer books, he would have only half as many as he actually has.

(2) Gerard has three times as many fiction as non-fiction books.

86. What number is 24% of x?

(1) 16 is 8% of x

(2) 1/8 of x is 1600

**87. What was the total amount raised for the Payatas Tragedy?
**

(1) Of the amount donated, 48% come from private corporation

(2) Of the amount donated, P15M came from personal donations.

88. Miriam’s total score in the three bowling games was 530. What were her scores?

(1) Miriam’s highest score was 198.

(2) The sum of Miriam’s two highest score was 368.

89. Find the quotient : 8 000

90.

91.

92.

93.

94.

÷ 125. ?

a. 48

b. 64

c. 80

d. 88

What iS the remainder of 192 888 is divided by 8?

a. 0

b. 4

c. 8

d. 24 111

Rounding 299 943 to the nearest thousands the result is ?

a. 299 940

c. 299 900

b. 299 000

d. 300 000

398.101 is read as ?

a. three hundred ninety eight, one hundred one.

b. three hundred ninety eight and one hundred one.

c. three hundred ninety eight and one hundred one hundredths.

d. three hundred ninety eight and one hundred one thousandths.

Which of the following statement is true?

a. if the number is divisible by 5 , then it is divisible by 10.

b. if a number is divisible by 10, then it is divisible by 5.

c. if a number is divisible by 3 , then it is divisible by 6.

d. if a number is divisible by 4 , then it is divisible by 8.

A number is divisible by 8 if its last three digits is divisible by 8. Which of the following number is divisible by 8?

a. 9 208

b. 6 236

c. 88 254 d. 8 886

1

1

95. Simplify 2 ( 128−84 ) + ( 128−84 )− 2 ( 128−84 )=?

a. 0

b. 20

33

96. . Simplify

97. Reduce

c. 44

d. 64

1

1

4

of 48+ 12 of 96−44 of 27=? a. 12

3

2

9

231

1001

a. – 16 > 8

c.

d. 7/13

54−8 ≥ 8−54

8 1

=

64 4

99. Find the value of

c. 24 d. 48

to its lowest terms

a. 7/11

b. 3/31 c. 3/13

98. Which of the following id true?

b.

b. 16

d.

x1 ;

x=

[

9

1

=

117 17

3

5

( 72 ) + ( 35 )

8

7

]

a. 27

b. 36

c. 45

d. 52

100.

What is 25% of 228?

a. 52

b. 57

c. 54

d. 912

101.

Paula is twice as old as Queenie. Seven years ago the sum of their ages was 16. How old is Queenie now?

a. 8

b. 10

c. 16

d. 20

102.

140. For what value of x will x be the average of 2, 4x, 6, 8, 10?

a. 4

b. 12

c. 26

d. 39

103.

141. How many integers between 197 and 303 are divisible by 4 or 10?

a. 25

b. 26

c. 31

d. 37

104.

142. A patient must take his medication every 7 hours starting at 7:00 A.M., Sunday. On what day will the patient

first receive his medication at 8 A.M.?

a. Sunday

c. Thursday

b. Wednesday

d. Tuesday

105.

143. Of the 300 grocery shoppers surveyed , 96 did not have a regular day of the week on which they shop. What

percentage of the shoppers did not have a regular day of shopping?

a. 32% b. 48% c. 64% d. 96%

106.

144. A water container has 100ml of water in it and is 20% full. How many ml of water can this container hold if

it is full?

a. 200ml b. 400ml c. 500ml d. 800ml

107.

145. How many containers each occupies an area of 2 1/8 square meters can be stored in a 952- square meter

warehouse?

a. 358

b. 448 c. 530

d. 630

108.

There are 36 reams of bond paper in a drawer. If 1 ¼ dozens of reams of paper were to be used in printing, how

many reams should be left in the drawer?

1. 15

2. 20

3. 21

4. 22

5. 23

109. If a poster, which is 3 inches wide and 5 inches long, is enlarged such that the ratio of the width to the length is

maintained, how many inches long will it be if the new width is 9 inches?

1. 11

2. 13

3. 15

4. 25

5. 27

110. If a worker can wash all the glass windows of a building in 9 days, what part of the job can said workers finish in 6

days?

1. ¼

2. 1/3

3. 2/3

4. 3/5

5. ¾

111. Ms. Cortez bought 20 blouses for P2, 400 and marked them to sell at P145 each. After selling 16 pieces at this rate,

She decided to sell the remaining blouses at a lower price. At what price may she sell each remaining blouse and still

realize a profit of P480 on the 20 blouses?

1. P143

2. P140 3. P138

4. P135

5. P133

112. In a room of ten people, how many handshakes will there be if every person shakes hands with everyone else

exactly once?

1. 10

2. 45

3. 54

4. 60

5. 81

113. The numerator of a fraction is 4 less than its denominator. If 3 added to both the numerator and the denominator the

resulting number is ¾. What is the original fraction?

1. 8.14

2. 9/12

3. 10/12

4. 9/13

5. 10/13

114. Mang Tomas can climb a coconut tree at the rate of 10 ft. per minute and return at 20 ft. per minute. If it took him 3

minutes to climb and return, what is the height of the coconut tree?

1.20 ft.

2. 18 ft. 3. 15 ft.

4. 13 ft.

5. 10 ft.

115. A fence is to be on posts 8 meters apart around a rectangular lot that measures 40 meters long and 16 meters wide.

How many posts are needed, including the ones placed at each corner, to fence the entire lot?

1. 20

2. 18

3. 16

4. 14

5. 12

116. How many degrees are there in the angle made by the hands of a clock at 4 o’clock?

1. 150o

2. 120 o 3. 95 o

4. 80 o

5. 20 o

117. The co-operative trust fund is P500,000. Part of the fund is invested at an annual interest rate of 6% and the rest is

invested at an annual interest rate of 8%. If the income from both investments is P39,000, how much is invested at

each rate?

1. P100,000 at 6% ; P400,000 at 8%

2. P80,000 at 6% ; P420,000 at 8%

3. P75,000 at 6% ; P425,000 at 8%

4. P50,000 at 6% ; P450,000 at 8%

5. P25,000 at 6% ; P475,000 at 8%

118. The entrance fee in a carnival is P50 for an adult and P25 for a child. Ferdie pays P225 for the entrance fee of his

family. If his family has equal number of adults and children, how many are they in the family?

1. 12

2. 10

3. 8

4. 6

5. 4

119. The area of a rectangular field is 9,000 square meters. If the ratio of the width to the length is 5 is to 8, what is the

length of the rectangular field in meters?

1. 112

2. 120

3. 150

4. 225

5. 346

120. If a patient weighs 105 kg. And is 12.5% underweight, how many more kilograms should the patient weigh?

1. 5

2. 10

3. 12

4. 13

5. 15

121. A tenant gets 4 sacks of palay for every 7 sacks harvested. Following this ratio, how many sacks of palay would the

tenant get if 560 sacks were harvested?

1. 140

2. 280

3. 300

4. 320

5. 350

122. A dealer sold a certain number of portable TV sets at P6,400 each. The dealer would have taken in as much money

had 3 fewer sets been sold at P7,680. How many sets were sold at P6,400

1. 9

2. 12

3. 14

4. 16

5. 18

123.

0.75 is to ¾ as 0.8 is to _________

1. 2/3

2. 4/5

3. 5/6

4. 6/7

5. 3/5

124.

75% is to 1/2 as 45% is to ________

1. 3/11

2. 3/10

3. 3/4

4. 2/3

5. 3/5

125.

0.25 is to 0.125 as to 1.25 is to ________

1. 0.625

2. 1.125

3. 1.625

4. 2.125

5. 6.250

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2 is to 50 as 3.2 is to _________

1. 60

2. 70

3. 80

4. 90

5. 160

127.

14 is to 28 as 5 is to _________

1. 7

2. 8

3. 9

4. 10

5. 15

128.

1 is to 1/4 as 5/25 is to ________

1. 1/16

2. 1/18

3. 2/6

4. 3/4

5. 1/20

129.

0.35 is to 7 as 0.45 is to ________

1. 8

2. 9

3. 12

4. 14

5. 0.9

130.

1/3 is to 2/18 as 1/12 is to ________

1. 2/72

2. 2/48

3. 3/36

4. 3/25

5. 1/72

131.

3/8 is to 12/32 as 2/5 is to ________

1. 8/20

2. 10/23

3. 6/13

4. 4/6

5. 5/6

132.

1/3 is to 3/7 as 1/6 is to ________

1. 3/14

2. 1/5

3. 1/4

4. 1/3

5. ½

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0.4 is to 2/5 as 0.6 is to ________

1. 20

2. 4/5

3. 3/10

4. 3/5

5. 1/5

0.2 is to 0.4 as 0.3 is to ________

1. 0.009

2. 0.0009

3. 0.09

4. 0.9

5. 9.0

8 is to 23 as 27 is to ________

1. 33

2. 53

3. 93

9

3

4. 3

5. 4

0.5 is to 1/2 as 0.65 is to ________

1. 11/20

2. 13/20

3. 15/20

4. 17/20

5. 14/20

1/3 is to 3 as 2/8 is to ________

1. 2

2. 4

3. 6

4. 8

5. 10

30% is to 3/5 as 80% is to ________

1. 1 1/5 2. 1 2/5

3. 1 3/5

4. 1 4/5 5. 2

0.30 is to 0.075 as 0.15 is to ______

1. 0.000375

2. 0.00375

3. 0.0375

4. 0.3755. none

2/5 is to 20% as ¾ is to ________

1. 35.5%

2. 37.0%

3. 37.5%

4. 39.0%

5. 36.5%

625 is to 81 as 5 is to ________

1. 3

2. 4

3. 6

4. 9

5. 0.648

8 is to 11 as 36 is to ________

1. 49.50

2. 55.00

3. 59.50

4. 65.00

5. 69.50

2 is to 2.5 as 4 is to ________

1. 3

2. 5

3. 7

4. 9

5. 6

2 is to 8 as 4 is to ________

1. 18

2. 32

3. 36

4. 66

5. none

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