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You are on page 1of 16

**Direction: For each item, select the letter that corresponds to your answer.
**

1. Write 3/8% as decimal.

a. 03.75

c. 0.3750

b. 0.0375

d. 0.00375

2. What is 0.05 percent of 6.5?

a. 0.000325

c. 0.325

b. 0.0325

d. 3.025

3. Write 7.5% as a fraction.

a. 3/40

c. 3/400

b. 3/4

d. 3/4000

4. Find 40% of 60.

a. 0.24

b. 2.4 c. 24

d. 240

5. 54 is 20% of what number?

a. 2.7

b. 270 c. 10.8

d. 108

6. What percent of 60 is 42?

a. 0.7%

b. 7% c. 70% d. 1.428%

7. When +13 is added to -15, the sum is:

a. -2

b. 2

c. -18

d. 18

8. When -15 is subtracted from -18, the difference is _____.

a. -3

b. 3

c. 33

d. -33

9. When the product of (-4) and (-17) is divided by 2, the quotient is _____.

a. -34

b. 34 c. 66

d. -66

10. If -5x = 17 - 32, the x = _____.

a. 9.8

b. -9.8 c. 3

d. -3

11. If x + y = 4a and x – y = 2b then y = _____.

a. b – 2a

c. 2a + b

b. a – 2b

d. 2a – b

12. If 0.37m = 0.0111 then m = _____.

a. 30

b. 0.3 c. 3

d. 0.03

13. What is the value of x in 5 : x = x : 125?

a. 5

b. 15 c. 20

d. 25

14. If x – 3 = y, then (y – x)3 = _______.

a. 9

b. -27 c. 27

d. 81

15. What values of x can satisfy the equation (3x+6) (2x-8) = 0?

a. -4 and 2 only

c. 4 only

b. -2 only

d. -2 and 4 only

16. The number is 15 less 7; when added to ten, what will be the number?

a. 28

b. 18 c. 17

d. 15

17. What is -2 + (-3.1) + (-0.02) = ________?

a. -0.512

c. 0.512 e. -5.012

b. 2.012

d. -5.12

18. Write 3/4% as a decimal.

a. 0.75

c. 0.00075

b. 0.075

d. 0.0075

19. What is 12 ½% of 80?

a. 32

c. 16

e. 8

b. 4

d. 10

20. What is 60% of 60?

a. 1

c. 12

e. 100

b. 10

d. 36

21. 400 is 500% of what number?

a. 2,000

c. 8

e. 80

b. 20

d. 200

22. What is 0.28 in percent?

a. 0.028% c. 2.8% e. 28%

b. 0.208% d. 280%

23. What is 2.3 in percent?

a. 0.023% c. 2.3% e. 230%

b. 0.23%

d. 203%

24. What is 0.008 in percent?

25.

26.

27.

28.

29.

30.

31.

32.

a. 0.8%

c. 800% e. 1/800%

b. 8%

d. 1/8%

What is 6 ½ % in decimal?

a. 0.06

c. 0.612 e. 0.655

b. 0.065

d. 0.65

What is 25 % as a fraction?

a. 1/25

c. 1/4

e. 1/20

b. 1/5

d. 4/10

What is 75% of 8,408?

a. 1,202

d. 6,204 1/3

b. 2,102

e.11,210 2/10

c. 6,306

60 is 25% of what number?

a. 105

c. 102

e. 240

b. 150

d. 120

What is 2/3 in percent?

a. 2.33%

c. 33 1/3%

e. 2/3%

b. 2.2/3% d. 66 2/3%

18 is 10% of what number?

a. 0.18

c. 1,800 e. 180

b. 1.80

d. 18

What is 50% of 16% of 25?

a. 2

c. 49

e. 20

b. 5

d. 40

42 is 35% of what number?

a. 96

c. 132

e. 12

b. 89

d. 83

GEOMETRY

Direction: For each item, select the letter that corresponds to your answer.

33. One side of triangle is 3 cm longer than the shortest side, and the other side is 4 cm longer than the shortest side. How long is the

shortest side if the perimeter is 67 cm?

a. 20 cm

c. 24 cm

b. 23 cm

d. 27 cm

34. The length of a rectangle is 2 cm less than twice its width. What is its width in cm, if its perimeter is 50 cm?

a. 8

b. 9

c. 16

d. 25

35. A regular octagon has a perimeter of 576 centimeters. What is the length of one side?

a. 24 cm

d. 66 cm

b. 48 cm

e. None of the choices

c. 72 cm

36. The area of a square is 36 sq. cm. What is the perimeter of the square?

a. 24 cm

c. 30 cm

b. 6 cm

d. 36 cm

37. A rectangular block of copper, with dimensions 4m x 6m x 9m, is melted and recast into a cubical block. Find the length of the

slide of the cubical block.

a. 9 m

c. 4 m

b. 6 m

d. 12 m

38. If 2/3 the perimeter of a square is 16, then what is the length of one of its sides?

a. 6

b. 8

c. 9

d. 12

NUMBER SERIES

Direction: For each item, select the letter that corresponds to your answer.

39. 48, 24, 12, 6, _____

a. 5

b. 1

c. 3

d. 4 e. 2

40. 0, 5, 2, 10, 4, 15, 6, 20, 8, _____

a. 9

b. 25

c. 10

d. 50e. 12

41. 2.7, 8.1, 24.3, 72.9, _____

a. 178.2

c. 145.8 e. 98.7

b. 291.6

d. 218.7

42. 1/12, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 5/12, _____

a. 1/2

c. 3/4

b. 7/12

d. 2/6

e. 1/5

**43. 7, 16, 34, 70, 142, 286, 574, _____
**

a. 770

c. 930

e. 1,150

b. 820

d. 1,040

44. 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, _____

a. 64

b. 47

c. 81

d. 72

e. 98

45. 3, 6, 10, 15, 21, 28, 36, _____

a. 42

b. 39

c. 72

d. 48

e. 45

46. 4, 5, 8, 7, 12, 9, 16, 11, _____

a. 20

b. 15

c. 13

d. 22

e. 24

47. 1/4, 1/2, 1, 2, 4, _____

a. 16

b. 6

c. 3

d. 8 e. 5

48. 4, 8, 7, 14, 13, 26, 25, _____

a. 49

b. 42

c. 48

d. 52

e. 50

NUMBER ANALOGY

Direction: For each item, select the letter that corresponds to your answer.

49. 5 is to 125 as 2 is to _____.

a. 8

c. 12

e. 20

b. 4

d. 16

50. 104 is to 26 as _____ is to 416.

a. 1,248

c. 104

e. 832

b. 1,664

d. 208

51. 10,212 is to 40,848 as 88 is to _____.

a. 176

c. 264

e. 352

b. 44

d. 22

52. 3 is to 1/9 as 2 is to _____.

a. 1/2

c. 8

e. 1/4

b. 1

d. 4

53. 10,212 is to 40,848 as 88 is to _____.

a. 22

c. 352

e. 264

b. 44

d. 176

54. 100 is to 10 as _____ is to 5.

a. 100

c. 25

e. 1

b. 5

d. 125

55. 1/2 is to 3/4 as _____ is to 333.

a. 33

c. 222

e. 999

b. 3

d. 111

LARGEST VALUE

Direction: Select the letter that has the largest value.

56.

a. 628 + 881

d. 629 + 881

b. 622 + 888

e. 626 + 885

c. 627 + 885

57.

a. 0.800

c. 1/8

e. 81%

b. 0.8

d. 8/10

58.

a.

b.

38%

3.8

c. 3.089 e. 10/3

d. 38/11

a.

b.

2/7

1/10

c. 1/3

d. 8/27

a.

b.

9 x 15

c. 11 x 13

10 x 14 d. 12 x 12

59.

e. 26/81

60.

e. 13 x 11

WORD PROBLEM

Direction: Select the best answer for each given situation.

61. A student buys a book for P175 after receiving a discount of 12.5%. What was the marked price?

a. P187.50

c. P225.00

b. P200.00

d. P250.00

62. A condo unit was sold for P2.50 M, yielding a 25% profit. For how much would it be sold to yield only a 10 % profit on the cost?

a. P2 M

c. P2.5 M

b. P2.25 M

d. P2.45 M

63. If it takes 16 pipes 10 hours to fill 8 tanks, how long will it take 12 pipes to fill 9 tanks?

a. 10 hours

c. 13 hours

b. 12 hours

d. 15 hours

64. Mr. de Juan borrows P 360, 000. If he pays back P 378, 000 after one year, what is his interest rate?

a. 1.5%

b. 4.5%c. 5%

d. 7.5%

65. If 6 men need P3,600 worth of food for a three – day camping trip, how much will 2 men need for a 15-day trip?

a. P3,600

c. P5,400

b. P4,800

d. P6,000

66. What single discount is equivalent to successive discounts if 5% and 10%?

a. 10.5% b. 12.5% c. 14.5% d. 15%

67. How many miles are there in 40 kilometers?

a. 25

b. 64

c. 32

d. 60

68. In a group of 8,000 applicants for a civil service examination, 1,600 failed to take the first part of the test. What percent of the

total applicants took the first part of the test

a. 20%

b. 30% c. 40%

d. 80%

69. Mr. Art drives his car at the rate of 60 miles per hour. What is his rate in feet per second?

a. 66

b. 76

c. 86

d. 88

70. At Rosa Alvero Street, in Loyola Heights there are 8 town houses and 52 private individual homes. What is the ratio of town

houses to private individual homes?

a. 2 : 27

c. 1 : 13

b. 2 : 13

d. 4 : 13

71. If a man travels for half an hour at 60 km/hr, and for a quarter of an hour for 120 km/hr, what is his average speed?

a. 80 kph

c. 100 kph

b. 90 kph

d. 120 kph

72. If the ration of boys to girls is 3 : 7, if the class has 40 students, how many additional boys are needed to enroll to make the ration

2 : 1?

a. 11

b. 22

c. 44

d. 50

73. A school has enough oatmeal to feed 15 children in 4 days. If 5 more children are added, how many days will the oatmeal last?

a. 3

b. 12

c. 1 1/3

d. 5 1/3

74. If a car travel 60 km on 12 liters of gasoline, how many liters will be needed on a 210 – km trip?

a. 30

b. 42

c. 45

d. 50

75. A basketball team has won 24 games out of 36 games played. It has 24 more games to play. How many of these must team win to

make its record 80 % for the season?

a. 12

b. 24

c. 18

d. 18

76. An 8 – meter rope is cut so that one part is 3/5 of the other. How long, in meters, is the shorter segment?

a. 2

b. 3

c. 4

d. 5

77. When the gasoline gauge of an automobile shows 1/8 full, 52.5 liter is needed to completely fill the gasoline tank. What is the

capacity, in liters of the gasoline tank?

a. 48

b. 50

c. 56

d. 60

78. If 7 is added to four times a number, the result is 91. What is the number?

a. 56

b. 42

c. 32

d. 21

79. If 45 feet of uniform wire weigh 5 kilograms, what is the weight of 30 yards of the same wire?

a. 5kg

b. 10kgc. 15kg

d. 20kg

80. A shirt marked P560.00 is sold for P392.00. What was the rate of discounts?

81.

82.

83.

84.

85.

86.

87.

88.

89.

90.

91.

92.

93.

94.

95.

a. P168.00

c. 30%

b. P123.00

d. 70%

A truck can carry a load of 8/9 tons. How many trips must the truck make to deliver 10 2/3 tons of sand?

a. 8

b. 9

c. 10

d. 12

A sales representative earns 5 % commission on all sales between P20,000 and P60,000, and 8 % on all sales over P60,000. What

was the commission in a week in which her total sales was P80,000?

a. P3,600

c. P5,600

b. P4,600

d. P6,400

A car that cost P1.2 M can be sold for P600,000 after 5 years of use. What will be the yearly depreciation cost?

a. P100,000

c. P120,000

b. P12,000

d. P600,000

A hand- carved wooden dining set is priced at P69,950. If 20% discount is given to the customer, how much would he have to pay

for the set?

a. P53,960

c. P56,960

b. P54,960

d. P55,960

If an article priced at P99.80 is subjected to a 10% VAT, what would be the total amount to be paid for the article?

a. P89.82

c. P109.80

b. P109.78

d. P110. 78

Find the cost of 6 ½ dozen eggs at P30.00 per dozen.

a. P186

c. P194

b. P190

d. P195

A lady employee purchased an umbrella for P 180 less 20%. How much should she pay if it is subject to a 5% sales tax?

a. P151.20

c. P160

b. P153

d. P165

Mr. Veronico Salvacion III is buying a piece of lot at Villa Homes West. The dimension of the rectangular lot is 4 meters by 30

meters at P3,500/sq. meters, what would be the total cost of the lot?

a. P308,000

c. P1,470,000

b. P105,014

d. P735,000

How much must a salesman sell in a month to yield him a commission of P12,000, if his rate of commission is 5% on goods sold?

a. P12,000

c. P240,000

b. P60,000

d. P24,000

How much would Chessa receive from his monthly salary of P8,000 after deducting 2 ½% for SSS contribution and 5% for

withholding tax?

a. P7,400

c. P7,850

b. P7,500

d. P7,950

A student had P1,050 in his wallet. He spent P630 for books and school supplies. What part of his money did he spend?

a. 2/5

c. 2/3

b. 3/5

d. 3/4

Ms. Mia Miranda saves 18% of her monthly salary of P16,500. How much does she save in a year?

a. P34,460

c. P35,640

b. P35,460

d. P36,640

Mrs. Lydia Yu wishes to buy a second hand car, the cash price of which is P150,000. Not having ready cash she agrees to pay 1/3

down and the balance in 10 monthly installments of P11,000 each. What is the total price of the car?

a. P160,000

c. P110,000

b. P170,000

d. P260,000

A cross stitch owner buys cross-stitch frame at P12,500 each. How much should he sell each in order to realize a profit of 3/20

more than the buying price?

a. P12,750

c. P13,350

b. P13,375

d. P14,375

This year ABC Company’s profit was P2,440,000. Which is 22% more than last year’s profit? How much was the profit last year?

a. P1,220,000

c. P1,880,000

b. P1,900,000

d. P2,000,000

ABSTRACT REASONING

Direction: Select the best answer for each given situation.

96.

?

a.

b.

c.

d.

97.

?

a.

b.

c.

d.

98.

?

a.

b.

c.

d.

99.

?

a.

b.

c.

d.

100.

a.

101.

b.

c.

d.

102.

a. 4

103.

104.

b. 5

c. 6

d. 7

105.

106. Which is the odd one out?

107. What number should replace the question mark?

a. 3

b. 4

c. 5

d. 6

108. What number should replace the question mark?

a.

0

b. 1

c. 2

d. 3

109.

a. 14

b. 21 c. 29

110. Identify the odd one out.

d. 31

111. A can do a work in 15 days and B in 20 days. If they work on it together for 4 days, then the fraction of the work that

is left is:

A.1/4

B. 1/10

C.7/15

D.8/15

112. A can lay railway track between two given stations in 16 days and B can do the same job in 12 days. With help of C,

they did the job in 4 days only. Then, C alone can do the job in:

A. 9 1/5 days

C. 9 3/5 days

B. 9 2/5 days

D. 10

113. A can do a piece of work in 4 hours; B and C together can do it in 3 hours, while A and C together can do it in 2 hours.

How long will B alone take to do it?

A. 8 hours

C. 12 hours

B. 10 hours

D. 24 hours

114. A can do a certain work in the same time in which B and C together can do it. If A and B together could do it in 10

days and C alone in 50 days, then B alone could do it in:

A. 15 days

C. 25 days

B. 20 days

D. 30 days

115. A does 80% of a work in 20 days. He then calls in B and they together finish the remaining work in 3 days. How long

B alone would take to do the whole work?

A. 23 days

C. 37 ½ days

B. 37 days

D. 40 days

SIMPLE MATH

116. What number is half the product of 11 and 8?

a. 3

b. 1.5 c. 44 d. 88 e. 176

117. The algebra class of Prof. Veith consists of 62.5% girls. If there are 12 boys in his class, how large is the class?

a. 20

b. 42 c. 48 d. 32 e. 36

118. 6.02 multiplied by 0.065 equals:

a. 0.3913

b. 12.615

b. c. 3.913d. 0.4113

e. 0.4013

119. If the width of a rectangle is equal to its length, what is special about the rectangle?

a. It is degenerate

b. It is trapezoid

c. It is a trapezium

d. It is a tetrahedron

e. It is a square

120. If you add 4/5 to 8/15, the result will be.

a. 12/20

b. 4/5

b. c. 1 1/15

d. 1 1/3 e. 1 ¼

121. Cathy got a grade of 95 in Pilipino, 96 in English, 96 in Mathematics, 97 in Social Studies, 97 in Science and 74 in

**music. What was her general average?
**

a. 92

b. 92.5

b. c. 93 d. 93.5

e. 94.5

122. Large eggs sell for 10.80 zenny a dozen. Medium eggs sell for 9.60 zenny a dozen and small ones are 9.00 zenny

/dozen. If Gon, bought the same number of each kind of egg for 245.00, how many eggs did he buy?

a. 150

b. 300

c. 75

d. 175

e. 100

ADDITION

123. 4.012 + 3.747 + 6.392 =

a. 13.951

b. 14.151

c. 14.141

d. 13.941

e. None of the above

124. 8.888 + 2.222 =

a. 11

b. 10 c. 11.1

d. 10.1

e. 11.11

125. 87 + 61 + 44 + 99 =

a. 281

b. 291

d. 391

c. 381

e. none of the above

126. 3.86 +4.93 + 5.77 =

a. 12.66

b. 14.46

c. 14.36

14.56

13.56

127. 9.006 + 10.4 + 3.07 + 8.99 =

a. 31.566

b. 31.52

c. 30.466

d. 31.456

e. None of the above

128. 57.003 + 19.42 +6.009 + 78.1 =

a. 160.532

b. 160.432

c. 159.432

d. 158.432

e. 159.532

129. 4271 + 8936 + 10,798 =

a. 24,005

b. 24,105

c. 23,995

d. 23,905

e. None of the above

130. 37.62 + -41.37 + -6.48 + 17.71 =

a. -7.48

b. 7.48

c. 103.18

d. -103.18

e. None of the above

d.

e.

SUBTRACTION

131. 6.00008 – 4.9876 =

a. 1.01248

b. 1.42248

c. 1.12358

d. 1.12348

e. NONE OF THE ABOVE

132. 9.42 – 2.6348

a. 6.8752

b. 6.7862

c. 6.6952

d. 6.7852

133. 111 – 44 =

a. 77

b. 72

c. 67

d. 57

e. None of the above

134. 6.2 – 3.0007 =

a. 3.2993

b. 2.2993

c. 3.1883

d. 3.1993

e. None of the above

135. 88 – 496 =

a. – 584

b. – 418

c. - 408

d. -414

e. None of the above

136. 3.421 – 8.9348 =

a. – 5.5138

b. 5.5138

c. 4.5138

d. 4.5138

e. None of the above

137. 4.002 – 6.997 =

a. 2.995

b. 10.999

c. -10.999

2.885

None of the above

138. 2.0 – 8.4719 =

a. -6.3719

b. 6.5281

c. – 6.5281

d. 6.4719

e. None of the above

139. 1.0 – 0.8342 =

a. 0.1648

b. 0.1658

c. -0.8342

d. 0.2658

e. 0.2558

140. 4.0003 – 0.4 =

a. 4.9999

b. 3.9999

c. 3.999

d. 3.99

e. 3.6003

d.

e.

FRACTIONS

141. ½ + 1/3 =

a. ¼

b. 2/3

c. 1/5

d. 5/6

e. 2/5

142. 1/5 + 1/7

a. 2/5

b. 12/35

c. 13/35

d. 1/6

e. 11/35

143. 2/5 +1/3

a. 3/8

b. 11/15

c. 8/15

d. 4/5

e. None of the above

144. ½ + 1/3 +1/6 =

a. 11/12

b. 7/6

c. 35/36

d. 1/11

e. None of the above

145. ¾ +2/8 =

a. 13/12

b. 5/12

c. 5/7

d. 7/6

e. 17/12

**FIND THE AVERAGE
**

146. 35, 41,29, 19

a. 27

b. 29 c. 30

147. 6, 2, 4, 9, 8, 3, 11, 8, 7, 6

a. 5.7

b. 5.4 c. 6.7

148. 9, 8, 6, 4, 3

a. 5

b. 6

c. 7

149. 8.3, 4.9, 7.7, 8.06, 5.94

a. 7.02

b. 6.68

c. 7.42

d. 6.12

e. 6.98

d. 31

e. 33

d. 6.4 e. NOTA

d. 8

e. NOTA

**150. 487, 488, 489, 490, 491, 492, 493
**

a. 489.5

b. 491.5

c. 490

d. 507

e. None of the above

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