Praxis I Math: Rates Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which best describes the unit rate formula?

Question 2 2. How do you think you could use the unit rate for non-time factors?

Question 3 3. If you are driving at 65 miles per hour, how long will it take you to go 130 miles?

Question 4 4. If it takes you an hour to bike 20 miles, what is your unit rate?

Question 5 5. If you have a pump that can make water flow at 3 gallons per minute, how long will it take you to fill a 15 gallon tank?

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Question 6 6. Which of the following is not a rate?

Question 7 7. What is the first and most important step in solving rate word problems?

Question 8 8. Two cars leave from two different cities 50 miles apart on a straight highway. If one car is going at 50 mph and the toward the other car which is going 60 mph, at what time will they meet?

Question 9 9. Carl has two parts to his journey to work 30 miles away. The first part he drives a car for 15 minutes at 20 mph. The second part he is on a boat going 10 mph. Which of the following shows the situation properly?

Question 10 10. Sarah has been working at her new job for 2 weeks now and she just got her first paycheck for the amount of $875. If Sarah had worked for 35 hours per week during those 2 weeks, how much does she get paid per hour?

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Question 11 11. If a train going at a steady pace traveled 40 miles in half an hour, what is the train's constant rate?

Question 12 12. What additional information do average rate problems require you to find?

Question 13 13. Which of the following is an example of a constant rate?

Question 14 14. Two boats in a race are going at different speeds. Boat A takes 1 minute to travel 100 feet and Boat B takes 1 minute to travel 200 feet. What is the constant rate for Boat B?

Question 15 15. A particular ride at an amusement park has a slide part, a water part, and a land part. The slide part is 200 feet long and it takes 2 seconds to slide down. The water part is 500 feet long and it takes 10 seconds for the passenger to ride through it. The land part is also 500 feet long and it takes another 10 seconds to ride through this part. What is the average rate of this particular ride?

Praxis I Math: Rates Chapter Exam Instructions

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