Questions: 50 (multiplechoice), in two sections
Time: 30 minutes per section (60 minutes total)
What is measured? Your knowledge of algebra and quantitative
concepts.
Directions: Following each problem in this section, there are
five suggested answers. Work each problem in your head or in the space
provided (there will be space for scratchwork in your test booklet). Then
look at the five suggested answers and decide which is best.
4. According to the graph, who owns the most CD's?
5. If 5 + 9 + __ = 6 + 8 + 1, then __ =
6. If 3/4 of a number is 48, then 1/4 of the same number is
7. What is the perimeter of an equilateral triangle if one side of
the triangle has the same length as the side of a square with an area of
25?
8. It costs n dollars to manufacture 1 dozen stuffed
animals. At the same rate, how many dollars will it cost to manufacture 30
stuffed animals?
9. 2 1/4 % =
10. Which of the following is NOT equal to a whole number?
11. 8 x 3 x 7 x 2 is equal to the product of 24 and
12. The number of people now employed by a certain company is
240, which is 3/5 the number employed five years ago. How many more
employees did it have then than it has now?
13. A recipe for salad dressing calls for a ratio of 3
tablespoons of olive oil for 1 tablespoon of vinegar, but Melanie used 3
tablespoons of vinegar and 1 of olive oil. How many more tablespoons must
she add in order to have the correct proportion?
14. In the figure, if x/2 = 30, then y =
15. If Kristina sees y movies, Elliott sees five times as many
movies as Kristina, and Cheryl sees 2 fewer movies than Kristina, how many
movies did the three children see altogether?
