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ACT Math: Pre-Algebra Chapter Exam

Exam Instructions:

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Question 1 1. If the campers at Camp Grilled Meat prefer hot dogs to hamburgers by a ratio of 4:3, and they need 500 hot dogs, how many hamburgers will they need?

Question 2 2. How would you write eighty-seven percent using the symbol for percent?

Question 3 3. The moon is approximately 400,000 kilometers from Earth. The moon gets approximately 40 millimeters farther away from the earth every year. 1 millimeter is 1 x 10^-6 kilometers. In approximately how many years will the moon be twice as far from the Earth as it is now, assuming that nothing else changes?

Question 4 4. Which of the following is NOT a prime number?

Question 5 5. What is (2 1/8) / (1 1/4)?

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Question 6 6. On Saturday, Jessica watched 6 1/4 television shows; on Sunday she watched 4 3/8 more. How many television episodes did Jessica watch?

Question 7 7. Write the number 789.1 as an addition problem.

Question 8 8. Scott has 5/6 of a pie that he wants to share equally among four of his friends. Considering that Scott will not have any pie himself, how much of the original pie will each of his friends get?

Question 9 9. Susan purchased 9/10 of a pound of shrimp for a dinner party. Her plan is to serve 1/6 of a pound of shrimp to herself and each guest. Including herself, how many people can Susan serve at her dinner party? (Remember that you can't have a fraction of a person.)

Question 10 10. Solve 2,452 - 713.

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Question 11 11. Subtract the fractions. Simplify if necessary.

Question 12 12. What is the prime factorization of 420?

Question 13 13. Sam has a pizza with 16 slices and decides to eat 5. What fraction represents how much of the pizza is left in the pizza box?

Question 14 14. Consider the numbers 1/2 and 9. Which of the following statements is completely true regarding the most specific classification of these two numbers?

Question 15 15.

How can percentage be described?

A. A part of a whole

B. Per hundred

C. A discount

D. All answers are correct

E. None of the answers are correct

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Question 16 16. 9.1 - 0.6 = ?

Question 17 17. Convert 0.00028 to scientific notation.

Question 18 18. Find the LCM of 13 and 15.

Question 19 19. Solve 436 + 79.

Question 20 20. How many answers do I need to get correct if I want a grade of 80 percent on a test with 70 questions?

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Question 21 21. Which of the following is NOT a way to begin the factor tree for 1230?

Question 22 22. What is 3 1/3 + 8 1/2?

Question 23 23. Which of these statements is FALSE regarding the number 0?

Question 24 24. For the number 845.918, what is in the tenths place?

Question 25 25. Add the fractions. Simplify if necessary.

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Question 26 26. What is the fraction 12/20 in its simplest form?

Question 27 27. Find the GCF of 12 and 25.

Question 28 28. On Monday, Erin wrote 4 2/3 pages of her research paper. On Tuesday, she decided to delete 1 1/5 pages. How many pages are left?

Question 29 29. Simplify the fraction 10/34.

Question 30 30. David is applying to adopt some pet mini-dragons. The Main Street Dragon Rescue requires that new pet owners have at least 3 1/2 square feet of yard space per EACH mini-dragon they adopt. If David has 12 1/2 square feet of yard space, then how many mini-dragons will he be allowed to adopt? (Round down to the nearest whole dragon!)

ACT Math: Pre-Algebra Chapter Exam Instructions

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