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Proportional Relationships & Percents Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1.

Write a ratio for the number of red balls to blue balls.

Red balls = 10

Blue balls = 8

Green balls = 6

Question 2 2. How many answers do I need to get correct if I want a grade of 80 percent on a test with 70 questions?

Question 3 3. 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?

Question 4 4.

Order the following percentages in order from least to greatest.

A. 20%

B. 75%

C. 16%

D. 57%

E. 101%

Question 5 5. What is the denominator of almost every rate?

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Question 6 6.

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

Question 7 7. Which of the following ratios is not proportional to 2:3?

Question 8 8. You are riding your scooter to a town that is 120 miles away and you can maintain a speed of 30 mph. How long will it take you?

Question 9 9. At its core, what is a rate?

Question 10 10. What is the sign between two ratios in preparation for cross multiplication?

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Question 11 11. A particular pancake recipe calls for 3 cups of flour to 1 cup of milk. Keeping things in proportion, what is the ratio of flour to milk if you double this recipe?

Question 12 12. If it takes you an hour to bike 20 miles, what is your unit rate?

Question 13 13. If you are driving at 65 miles per hour, how long will it take you to go 130 miles?

Question 14 14. What is 30 percent of 120?

Question 15 15. What percentage is 122 out of 222?

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Question 16 16. Which of these is most helpful in checking a problem with rates?

Question 17 17. What is 56% written as a decimal?

Question 18 18. Which of these is NOT a rate?

Question 19 19. How do you think you could use the unit rate for non-time factors?

Question 20 20. What is the mathematical process involved in solving a ratio?

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Question 21 21.

Which form is this percentage written in?

1.25

Question 22 22. Which of the following ratios is in proportion to the ratio 3:4?

Question 23 23. A violin you want to buy costs $4,254. However, it goes on sale for 65 percent off. How much do you end up saving if you buy the violin while it is on sale?

Question 24 24. How would you write eighty-seven percent using the symbol for percent?

Question 25 25. If you need 18 players per game and 72 players show up, how many games can you have?

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Question 26 26. Which of these is NOT a ratio?

Question 27 27. You have to buy 2 cases of soft drinks for every 9 people. If you have 27 people, how many cases of soft drinks do you need?

Question 28 28. Which best describes the unit rate formula?

Question 29 29.

Write a ratio for the number of students who received an A to the number of students who received an F.

A Students = 3

B Students = 8

C Students = 2

D Students = 1

F Students = 2

Question 30 30. How many different ways are there to write percentages?

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