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# MATH 125 Final Exam Answers

## FINAL EXAM MATH 125

Question 1 of 25
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The length of a garden is double its width. There is a fence around the perimeter that measures
228 ft. What are the length and width of the garden?
A.length = 40 ft, width = 80 ft
B.length = 80 ft, width = 40 ft
C.length = 76 ft, width = 38 ft
D.length = 38 ft, width = 76 ft

Question 2 of 25
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Let U = [5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40] A = [5, 10, 15, 20] B = [25, 30, 35, 40] C = [10, 20, 30,
40]. Find A U B.
A.A U B = [10, 15]
B.A U B =
C.A U B = [5,10, 15, 20, 25]
D.A U B = [5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40]

Question 3 of 25
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The table shows the students from Genius High School with the four highest GPAs from 2005 to
2007. Write the region(s) of the Venn diagram that would include Kellyn. (Note set X represents
2005 top-ranked students, set Y represents 2006 top-ranked students, and set Z represents 2007
top-ranked students).

A.Region I
B.Region III
C.Region V
D.Region IV

Question 4 of 25
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A person sold their house for \$150,000 and made a profit of 37 percent. How much did they pay
for their home?
A.\$55,500.00
B.\$171,250.96
C.\$135,000.79
D.\$109,489.05

Question 5 of 25

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Gail is trying to stay between 475 calories and 675 calories for lunch. She selects a sandwich for
325 calories and a salad for 107 calories. How many calories can she have for dessert?
A.Between 43 and 275 calories
B.Between 43 and 243 calories
C.Between 100 and 275 calories
D.Between 100 and 243 calories

Question 6 of 25
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Adult tickets for a play cost \$11 and child tickets cost \$5. If there were 30 people at a
performance and the theatre collected \$198 from ticket sales, how many children attended the
play?
A.22 children
B.21 children
C.23 children
D.8 children

Question 7 of 25
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Graph the linear function: f(x) = -2x + 4

B.

C.

D.

Question 8 of 25
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The total real estate commission for a real estate company was \$60 million in 2008, an increase
of \$25 million over the year 2004. What was the percent increase? Round answer to the nearest
tenth of a percent.
A.28.6 percent
B.71.4 percent
C.41.7 percent
D.58.3 percent

Question 9 of 25
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Dr. Sand borrowed some money to buy new furniture for her office. She paid \$634.41 simple
interest on a 3.5-year loan at 4.2 percent. Find the principal.
A.\$93.26
B.\$4,315.71

C.\$2,220.44
D.\$5,000.00

Question 10 of 25
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In order to help pay for college, the grandparents of a child invest \$2,500 in a bond that pays 8
percent interest compounded quarterly. How much money will there be in 4 years?
A.\$3,542.10
B.\$3,521.72
C.\$3,431.96
D.\$3,401.60

Question 11 of 25
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Katie had an unpaid balance of \$3,155.15 on her credit card statement at the beginning of
October. She made a payment of \$215.00 during the month, and made purchases of \$412.01. If
the interest rate on Katies credit card was 6.5 percent per month on the unpaid balance, find her
finance charge and the new balance on November 1.
A.Finance charge = \$200.00; new balance = \$3,452.17
B.Finance charge = \$205.08; new balance = \$3,557.25
C.Finance charge = \$215.19; new balance = \$3,467.36
D.Finance charge = \$195.14; new balance = \$3,447.31

Question 12 of 25

## 1.0/ 1.0 Points

Use an English/Metric conversion for area given in the table to convert the following
measurement to the specified measurement. Round to the nearest hundredth, if necessary.

1 ft2 0.093 m2
1 yd2 0.836 m2
1 mi2 2.59 km2
1 acre 4,047 m2

## 10,427 in2 = _____ dm2

A.161,409.60 dm2
B.10.42 dm2
C.6,725,400 dm2
D.672.54 dm2

Question 13 of 25
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Convert the following Celsius temperature to an equivalent Fahrenheit temperature. 5 degrees C
A.0 degrees F
B.7 degrees F
C.1 degrees F

D.23 degrees F

Question 14 of 25
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Find the perimeter.
A.35 inches
B.25 inches
C.48 inches
D.45 inches

Question 15 of 25
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The triangles in the figure below are similar. Use the proportional property of similar triangles to
find the measure of x.

A.34.2 km
B.29.2 km
C.21 km
D.19.2 km

Question 16 of 25
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## Find the area.

A.900 sq mi
B.240 sq mi
C.150 sq mi
D.450 sq mi

Question 17 of 25
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Suppose the cone below has a radius of 7inches and a height of 10 inches. Find the volume of the
cone.
Round to two decimal places.
A.339.29 cu in
B.1,526.81 cu in
C.512.87 cu in
D.226.19 cu in

Question 18 of 25
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In a classroom, the students are 12 boys and 6 girls. If one student is selected at random, find the
probability that the student is a girl.
A.2/3

B.1/2
C.2/9
D.1/3

Question 19 of 25
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To enter a contest, a person must select 7 numbers from 49 numbers. In order to win a prize one
of the numbers must match. Find the probability of winning if a person buys one ticket. (Note:
The numbers can be selected in any order and any one of the seven winning numbers on the
ticket is a win.)
A.0.001
B.0.0167
C.0.14
D.0.0007

Question 20 of 25
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A single card is drawn from a deck. Find the probability of selecting a 4 or a club.
A.7/52
B.9/26
C.4/13
D.17/52

Question 21 of 25
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Twenty marbles are used to spell a word9 blue ones, 5 red ones, 3 yellow ones and 3 green
ones. If two marbles are drawn from the set of twenty marbles at random in succession and
without replacement, what is the probability (as a reduced fraction) of choosing a marble other
than green each time?
A.1/11
B.3/17
C.1/3
D.68/95

Question 22 of 25
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Find the mean, median, mode, and midrange for the data provided. The data shows hours spent at
work for a group of men.

## A.mean: 65, median: 67.575, mode: 65, midrange: 30.6

B.mean: 65, median: 67.575, mode: 67, midrange: 30.6
C.mean: 67.575, median: 65, mode: no mode, midrange: 67
D.mean: 67.575, median: 67, mode: no mode, midrange: 67

Question 23 of 25

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Assume a data set is normally distributed with mean 121 and standard deviation 15. If the data
set contains 650 data values, approximately how many of the data values will fall within the
range 91 to 151?
A.574
B.620
C.318
D.424

Question 24 of 25
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The average amount customers at a certain grocery store spend yearly is \$665.98. Assume the
variable is normally distributed. If the standard deviation is \$93.27, find the probability that a
randomly selected customer spends between \$638.00 and \$829.20.
A.0.330 = 33.0 percent
B.0.701 = 70.1 percent
C.0.578 = 57.8 percent
D.0.342 = 34.2 percent

Question 25 of 25
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In a class of 300 students, Johns rank was 40. Find his percentile rank.
A.26
B.90

C.13
D.87