MATHEMATICS Computation Calculate addition items 1-10 below and mark your answers. 1 2 10 yards 1 foot 2 6,547 inches 9 yards 2 feet 2 1,299 6,631 7 yards 1 foot 5 inches inches 2,100 + 2 yards 2 feet 9 inches 7,581 10 yards 3 feet 4 514 7,683 inches + 3,768 9 yards 1 foot 14 none of these inches none of these 3 -28 4 9.46 -10 10.2 (-2) + (-8) 6 2 + .38 + 3.12 + 4.9 10.4 10 10.47 none of these none of these 3 5 18 6 7 7.0036 11 18 12 1 12 7.0936 4 1 2 19 5.09 + 2.036 7.126 + 6 12 3 3 7.329 19 7 none of these none of these 7 11.5 8 $66.8 1 11 $9.01 $67.4 4 4.5 + 7 1 37.18 12 $67.46 2 15.07 12.5 + 6.14 $69.12 none of these none of these 9 9 27 10 15 18.6882 1 27 2 10 18.9286 18 5 9 7 28 3.68 + 15.0082 19.0068 + 9 15 10 1 19.2148 29 10 none of these none of these 1 2 9 10 Page 5 Copyright © 2018 by Academic Excellence, Inc. All rights reserved.

MATHEMATICS Computation Calculate subtraction items 1-10 below and mark your answers. 3 1 1 2 5 1 3,341 3 2 1 2 8 3,431 9 - 1 1 7,430 10 4 4,329 3 - 3,999 2 4,239 1 5 none of these none of these 3 $637.08 4 7 $637.92 7.25 3 3 $900 - $13.08 $886.92 14.75 - 7 6 4 4 $889.08 6.5 none of these none of these 5 22.019 6 1 hour 30 minutes 23.054 2 hours 30 minutes 27.5 - 3.706 23.214 5 hours 20 minutes 2 hours 40 minutes - 2 hours 50 minutes 23.794 3 hours 20 minutes . none of these none of these 3 7 8 5 12.36 3 1 4 14 12.46 3 7 3 2 26.71 - 14.35 13.36 1 5 - 1 2 1 13.46 2 14 none of these none of these 9 2,787 10 60.708 2,877 60.718 5,603 2,899 65.41 - 4.702 61.604 - 2,7162 3,113 61.808 none of these none of these Page 6 Copyright © 2018 by Academic Excellence, Inc. All rights reserved.

MATHEMATICS Computation Calculate multiplication items 1-10 below and mark your answers. 1 1 2 11 1,550 5 1 1,570 8 4 314 1 2 1,590 4 x 2 8 1 x 5 5 3 5 15,550 11 none of these none of these 3 -24 4 9.468 -10 9.648 107.2 4 x (-6) 24 946.8 x 9 46 964.8 none of these none of these 5 6,987 6 0.0149 7,006 0.1498 273 21.4 7,098 1.0498 x 26 x .07 7,809 14.98 none of these none of these 1 7 8 6 18 0.6246 7 6.246 6 18 3.47 1 1 7 62.46 3 x 2 7 x .18 6 3 18 6,246 1 7 18 none of these none of these 3 9 10 5 38,445 2 41,008 3 2,563 3 4 7 42,146 x x 16 4 5 9 44,563 34 45 none of these none of these Page 7 Copyright © 2018 by Academic Excellence, Inc. All rights reserved.

MATHEMATICS Computation Calculate division items 1-6 below and mark your answers. 12 1 8 2 50 1 1 8 1 2 5 1 4 3 1 8 ÷ 1 8 68 4 5 10 3 1 2 8 2 8 3 none of these none of these 3 360 4 .030 1 360 3.00 2 370 30.0 23 8,740 .05 15 380 300 none of these none of these 3 5 6 135 .053 4 .153 135 5 1 1.53 ÷ 15 4 6.12 9 29 15.3 5 29 none of these none of these Page 8 Copyright © 2018 by Academic Excellence, Inc. All rights reserved.

MATHEMATICS Concepts Calculate items 1-12 below and mark your answers. 1 2 .622 % oz Six and twenty-two .62 The symbol for “square ≠ hundredths means the 6.22 root” is same as 62.20 none of these none of these 3 4 The area of this triangle 20 square feet 100 is 40 square feet 120 14 square feet How many minutes are equal 150 4 feet to 2 and a half hours? 10 square feet 160 10 feet none of these none of these 5 7,8 6 11.4 Which pair of numbers 10,4 34.2 contains 2 factors of 3,11 3 2.28 x 5 285 14? 2,7 228 none of these none of these 7 4 8 .098 8 Which of the following .015 2 32 numbers has the .13 If x = 64, then x = 6.4 greatest value? .076 none of these .21 9 10 If g = 5 and h = 9, find -2 3 the value of x which 2 What is the greatest 4 makes the following 12 common divisor of 12, 6 equation true: 20 18, and 24? 9 x = 16 + g - h none of these none of these 11 greater than 12 4.3 less than 43 Which of the following < means not equal to has the same value as 43 64 angle 256 none of these none of these Page 9 Copyright © 2018 by Academic Excellence, Inc. All rights reserved.

MATHEMATICS Problems Calculate items 1-8 below and mark your answers. 1 23 square feet 126 square feet How many square feet are there in a room that is 9 feet long and 14 feet 149 square feet wide? 914 square feet none of these 2 53 39 From Thursday through Saturday, Jane sold 159 cupcakes altogether. 79 What was the average number of cupcakes she sold each day? 35 none of these 3 $28 $36 Mr. Darcy rents a room for $400 a month. If the rent is increased by 8%, $8 how much more does he have to pay each month? $32 none of these 4 $1.50 $0.70 Ethan sells candles for $5 each. He receives 30% commission on his $4.30 sales. How much money does he earn for each candle sold? $0.15 none of these 5 16,232 16,548 The inside dimensions of a freezer are 30 inches tall, 24 inches wide, and 18,720 26 inches deep. How many cubic inches does it contain? 19,192 none of these 6 $5 $27.5 Simon had $50. He spent 25% of the money on food and 20% of it on a $28 taxi ride. How much money did he have left? $49.55 none of these 7 6% 24% Kathryn had $60, but spent $36 of it. What percent did she spend? 36% 60% none of these 8 14 Rosa owns a bakery. In first week, she sold 11 cakes. In second week, she 16 sold 17 cakes, and in third week, she sold 23 cakes. What is the average 17 number of cakes sold per week? 51 none of these Page 10 Copyright © 2018 by Academic Excellence, Inc. All rights reserved.