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University of Perpetual Help System laguna – Isabela Campus

Minante 1, Cauayan City, Isabela

College of Business and Accountancy


ELEMENTS OF BUSINESS MATHEMATICS
1st Semester, A.Y. 2018 - 2019

Preliminary Term
Seatwork 1

Name: ________________________________________ Date: ___________


Course Year & Section: _____________________ Score: __________

Instruction: Answer the following questions. Strictly NO ERASURES are


allowed.

A. Write the following in words:

1) 267.5763 _______________________________________________________________.

2) 93.720304 ______________________________________________________________.

3) 5.9327 _________________________________________________________________.

4) 51.032 _________________________________________________________________.

5) 74.9 ___________________________________________________________________.

B. Write the following in decimals:

1) Five hundred thirteen billion, four hundred twenty-nine million, six hundred fifty-two
thousand, eight hundred seventy-one. ___________________________________________.

2) Seven hundred four million, one hundred thirty-six thousand, two hundred sixty-five and
eight hundred six hundred thousandths. _________________________________________.

3) Eight hundred seventy-four thousand, five hundred six and five hundred thirty-one
thousand, eight hundred six hundred millionths. ___________________________________.

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4) Four hundred fifty-five and one hundred ninety-nine ten thousandths. _______________.

5) Nine hundred fifty-one thousand, eight hundred six and four hundred six billionths.
__________________________________________________________________________.

C. Round of the following as indicated:

1) 567,112 to the nearest the thousand. __________________________________________.

2) Which number would round to 75,000? Encircle your answer.


a. 65,060 b. 70,999 c. 74,501 d. 76,988

3) Which number would NOT be rounded to 32,000? Encircle your answer.


a. 31,501 b. 33,200 c. 32,450 d. 31,999

4) Round 87,309,189 to the nearest million. _______________________________________.

5) True or False? If you rounded 651,032,781 to the nearest ten million, it would become
650,000,000. Encircle your answer.
a. TRUE b. FALSE

6) Round 745,308,671 to the nearest hundred million. _______________________________.

7) Round 12.78 to the nearest tenth. _____________________________________________.

8) Round 12.6257 to three decimal places. ________________________________________.

9) Round 239.456 to the nearest hundred. ________________________________________.

10) Round 3.995 to 2 significant digits. __________________________________________.

D. Express the following as percent:

1) 2/3 _____________________________________________________________________.

2) 5/5 _____________________________________________________________________.

3) 1/8 _____________________________________________________________________.

4) 0.01364 _________________________________________________________________.

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5) 0.063 ___________________________________________________________________.

6) 2.045 ___________________________________________________________________.

7) 0.00082 _________________________________________________________.

8) 61/10,000 _______________________________________________________.

9) 1 ½ ____________________________________________________________.

10) 11/4 ___________________________________________________________.

E. Change the following to fraction (lowest term):

1) 50% ____________________________________________________________.

2) 110% ___________________________________________________________.

3) 25% ____________________________________________________________.

4) 250% ___________________________________________________________.

5) 75% ____________________________________________________________.

F. Solve the unknown values.

1) What is 15% of 200? _______________________________________________________.

2) 15% of what number is 75?

3) 20 is what percent of 40?

3) 25% of what number is 50?

4) What percent of 120 is 40?

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5) ½% of what number is 56?

F. Solve the following problems.

1) Jennifer made a fruit tart using red and green grapes. Forty percent of the grapes are
green. If she used a total of 80 grapes, how many red grapes did she use?

2) Your food costs are P2,900. Your total food sales are P11,600. What percent of your food
sales do the food costs represent?

3) A serving of ice cream contains 240 calories. One hundred forty-four calories come from
fat. What percent of the total calories come from fat?

4) The monthly landscape budget for the front of the house is P8,000. You spent 6% of the
budget on flowers. How much did you spend on flowers?

5) Terry's restaurant offers a 7-1/2% discount for senior citizens. If a group of senior citizens
paid P52.18 for lunch AFTER the discount, what would the total cost of the meal have been
without the discount?

6) 22% of Shirley’s monthly salary is deducted for withholding. If those deductions total P209,
what is her salary?

7) The sales tax rate in a state is 5.5% . If you pay a tax of on an item that you purchase, what is
its selling price ?

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8) Paul invested P5,000 in a time deposit. What interest will he earn for 1 year if the interest rate
is 3.5%?

9) A college had 9,000 students at the start of a school year. If there is an enrollment increase of
6% by the beginning of the next year, how many additional students are there?

10) In a shipment of 750 parts, 75 were found to be defective. What percent of the parts were
faulty?

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