# A+ Answers of the following Questions

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1)  This week, the Laketown Cruise Company took its boat on 19 cruises, carrying the boat's full

capacity of 46 guests on each cruise. If each guest paid \$22 admission, then how much admission was collected by the company this week?

A)  Exact calculation
B)  Estimate

2)  -An electrician needs 766 feet of 12-gauge wire to do a wiring job. He has 140 feet of 12-gauge wire in stock. How much more wire does he need?

A)  766 feet
B)  626 feet
C)  906 feet
D)  622 feet

3)  -The tables give the sale prices of similar bedroom sets at different furniture stores. What is the most that you would pay altogether for the full 3-piece set? Assume there is no sales tax.
Walsma Furniture J.D. Furniture Carson Home Store

A) \$492
B)  \$471
C)  \$502
D)  \$475

1)  -Each gallon of shingle stain covers 120 square feet. How many gallons should you buy to cover 800 square feet?

A)  6
B)  8
C)  7
D)  9

2)  -During his first year of college, John incurs the following expenses: on tuition, on books, on food, and on rent. If John earned during the year by working part-time, and the rest of the expenses were paid by his parents, how much did his parents pay?

A)  \$5450
B)  \$21,450
C)  \$4600
D)  \$3750

3)  -Estimate by rounding to the nearest hundred.
956 + 936 + 207 + 925 + 734

A)  3760
B)  3700
C)  3800
D)  3758

1)  -Estimate by rounding to the leftmost digit.
6528 + 93 + 844 + 8074

A)  15,539
B)  15,890
C)  15,530
D)  15,540

2)  -Pam uses front-end estimation and adds 345, 211, 418 as 900 + (50 + 10 + 20) to get the answer 980. Pat rounds the numbers and adds 350 + 200 + 400 to get 950. Who has the better answer?

3)  -Statement: If a number is divisible by 2 and by 3, then it is divisible by 6 and vice versa. Is this statement true? Give an example.

1)  Annie's cafe borrows  \$9300 at  8% for  50 days. Find the total amount that must be repaid after the  50 days. (Use a 365 day year.)
A)  \$ 10,044.00
B)  \$ 10,319.18
C)  \$ 9401.92
D)  \$ 9310.19

2)  The parking lot at a grocery store has  50 cars in it.  46% of the cars are blue. How many cars are blue?
A)  23 cars
B)  109 cars
C)  230 cars
D)  11 cars

3)  The fuel for a gas snow blower consists of  1.7 parts oil to  30.6 parts gas. Determine the ratio of oil to gas in simplest form.
A)  17 : 1
B)  1 :  19
C)  18 : 1
D)  1 :  18

1)  A stockbroker sold  35 shares of stock for  \$28.74 each. What was the total amount of the sale?
A)  \$1005.8
B)  \$1005.90
C)  \$1006
D)  \$1006.01

2)  A teacher bought a package of 48 markers for her first-grade class. After one school year,  13 markers were still working. What fraction of the package of markers was working? Express the result using a simple, convenient fraction that is close in value to the exact answer.
A)  3/10
B)  1/4
C)  1/5
D)  1/3

3)  Find the amount of money in an account after  12 years if  \$1000 is deposited at  5% annual interest compounded quarterly.
A)  \$1795.86
B)  \$1819.85
C)  \$1808.73
D)  \$1815.35

• 10 years ago