front 1 A newspaper kiosk sells 10 varieties of newspapers from around the world. The average daily sales for some of the varieties are as follows:English language newspapers eight papers, sells 25 of each paper each dayFrench language newspapers two papers, sells one of each paper each dayKorean language newspapers one paper, sells 16 each dayJapanese language newspapers eight papers, sells 16 of each paper each day Russian language newspapers one paper, sells 22 each day How many of these newspapers are sold each day?  back 1 368 
front 2 A hospital day staff consists of 25 registered nurses, 75 unlicensed assistants, five phlebologists, six receptionists and office staff, and 45 physicians. One summer day the staff was at only 68% strength. How many people were working that day?  back 2 106 
front 3 A farmer raises chickens for eggs and meat. Any chicken that does not lay at least one egg a week is moved to the slaughterhouse. The farmer has 765 chickens that can lay one egg each day. Each day 80% of the chickens lay eggs. How many eggs does the farmer collect each day?  back 3 612 
front 4 Last night at the hospital 76 babies were born. Of the births, 45% were girls. How many boys were born last night?  back 4 42 
front 5 A shopper spends $75.64 at one store and $22.43 at the next store. The shopper started out with $100.00. How much money does the shopper have left?  back 5 $1.93 
front 6 A worker is filling out his timesheet. He worked 8 hours on Monday, 7 hours and 30 minutes on Tuesday, 8 3/4 hours on Wednesday, 4 hours on Thursday, and 8 1/4 hours on Friday. If he earns $14.35 per hour, what will be his gross pay for this week?  back 6 523.78 
front 7 If you lost 4% of your original weight of 168, what would you now weigh?  back 7 161.28

front 8 Ratio and proportion: 0.8:10 :: x:100  back 8 x=8

front 9 Add: 9.98 + 0.065=  back 9 10.045 
front 10 Add: 6 + 12.55 + 5.022=  back 10 23.572 
front 11 Add: 23.5 + 7.025=  back 11 30.525 
front 12 Subtract: 32.21  4.68=  back 12 27.53 
front 13 Multiply: (99)(0.56)=  back 13 55.44 
front 14 Multiply: (7.2)(0.34)=  back 14 2.448 
front 15 Jack drove 2 hours on the highway at an average speed of 70 mph. Then he drove 3 hours around the city at an average speed of 25 miles per hour. How many total miles did Jack drive?  back 15 215 miles

front 16 Last week Mike worked 40 hours at his regular rate of $12 an hour and 9 hours of overtime at his overtime rate of $18 an hour. How much total did he make last week?  back 16 $642 
front 17 Elf really likes fruit salad. He bought 5 pounds of apples at $1.05 per pound, 3 pounds of bananas at $0.65 per pound and 4 pounds of oranges at $1.20 per pound. How much did Al pay for his fruit?  back 17 $12 
front 18 Isaac buys a cell phone plan that is only $15 per month. The plan also charges $0.25 per text. Isaiah has 200 texts in a month. How much will he end up paying for his cell phone bill this month?  back 18 $65 
front 19 A certain taxi company charges a $3.50 flag drop fee, plus $1.50 per mile. How much would it cost to take a 12 mile cab trip to the airport.  back 19 $21.50 
front 20 Isaac purchases a quad on a payment plan. He pays $500 down and $45 a month for 24 months. What is the total he'll pay for the quad?  back 20 $1,580 
front 21 Fran drives 3 hours at 75 miles per hour. Jack drives 5 hours at 60 miles per hour. How much further did Jack go than Franny?  back 21 75 miles 
front 22 Johnny drove three hours before lunch at 65 miles per hour, then 4 hours after lunch at the same speed. How far did he travel?  back 22 455 miles 
front 23 Mikey, Bobby and Tim are roommates who all work at Burger Barn making $11.00 per hour. Mike worked 32 hours last week, Bob worked 35 hours and Terry worked 28 hours. How much did they earn combined?  back 23 $1045 
front 24 Gray drove 240 miles before lunch and 180 miles after lunch. If she maintained an average speed of 60 miles per hour, how many hours did she spend driving?  back 24 7 hours 
front 25 Jasmine can type 80 words per minute. If she has to type both a 2800 word document and a 400 word memo, how long will it take her?  back 25 40 minutes 
front 26 How many grams in 4 kilograms?  back 26 4000 
front 27 How many pints in 56 ounces?  back 27 3.5 
front 28 How many meters are in 3 kilograms?  back 28 3000 
front 29 How many ounces in 3/4 pints?  back 29 12 
front 30 How many litters are in 5000 milli?  back 30 5 
front 31 Frederica worked 7 hours on Monday and 6 1/2 hours each day from Tuesday through Friday. If she makes $10.45 an hour, what was her gross income for the week?  back 31 $345 First figure out how many hours she worked all week. 7 + 6.5 + 6.5 +6.5 + 6.5 =33 hours in all. Now multiply that by $10.45 per hour: $10.45 x33= $345.85 Then round to the nearest whole number to get $345 
front 32 2/3 + 4/9  back 32 1 1/9 
front 33 Express 0.608 as a percent  back 33 60.8% 
front 34 5 1/3 + 3 1/2  back 34 8 5/6 
front 35 7 7/10  3 4/5  back 35 3 9/10 
front 36 2 5/8  7/8  back 36 1 3/4 
front 37 Convert 1/5 to a decimal  back 37 0.20 
front 38 Add 2/3 + 1/6 + 2/5=  back 38 1 7/30 
front 39 How many gallons are in 576 fluid ounces  back 39 4.5 
front 40 Sally was able to eat 5/8 of her lunch. John ate 75% oh his lunch. Who ate more of their meal?  back 40 John 
front 41 12 5/6 ÷ 4 2/3=  back 41 2 3/4 
front 42 5 1/3 + 3 1/2=  back 42 8 5/6 
front 43 9/10 2/5=  back 43 1/2 
front 44 1\4+3/8=  back 44 5/8 
front 45 5 3/4 ÷ 1/2=  back 45 11 1/2 
front 46 4/9 × 1 4/5 × 2/5  back 46 8/25 
front 47 Sarah ran a 24 mile race. She ran 6 mile in 1 hours,6 miles in 1.2 hours,6 miles in 1.5 hours,6 miles in 1.6 hours. How long did it take her to finish the race?  back 47 5.3 which also could be written 5 1/2 
front 48 Two chickens lay 6 eggs in 24 hours. How many chickens will lay 24 eggs in 24 hours?  back 48 8 chickens 
front 49 7/8+9/10+6/5=  back 49 2 39/40 
front 50 0.9 ÷3=  back 50 0.3 
front 51 Percentage word problem 54% of 789.56  back 51 $426.36 
front 52 0.5:20:×200  back 52 5 
front 53 x=11×+44/2 (x)  back 53 253 
front 54 A farmer has 240 acres under cultivation at the cost of 188.99 pee acre. If he averages a yield of 60 bushels per acre,what profit is expected if the price per bushel is $5.67?  back 54 36,290.40 
front 55 A man is reading a thick book. if he reads two chapters a day how long it will take him to read the book if there is 6 pages per chapter & 798 pg?  back 55 66.5 (67 rounded ) 
front 56 An office worker mails 25 envelopes to customers each day. Every envelope contains 3 reports with a paper clip on each one. The supply of paper clips is provided in boxes of 500. How many days will it take for the clerk to use up one box of paper clips?  back 56 6.66 
front 57 A ride requires you to be 48 inches, what height would be in feet to ride it?  back 57 4ft

front 58 A library contains 67,982books. The children's section represent 1/3 of the totalbooks. Of the remaining books, 75% are fiction. How many books are in fiction section?  back 58 33,991 
front 59 There is 48 students in a class. 7 out of 8 are females what percent are females?  back 59 87% 
front 60 There is a school that has 6,190 students. There is already 216 teachers, how many more teachers are needed?  back 60 29 more teachers

front 61 A person Drove from 8am Tuesday to 5pm Wednesday. Total drive 396 miles. He have lunch for 30 min on Tuesday and sleep overnight from 7pm Tuesday and go back to drive at 5am Wednesday. On Wednesday he have 30 min for lunch. What is the average speed that he drives?  back 61 54 
front 62 John drove for 3 hours at a rate of 50 miles per hour and for 2 hours at 60 miles per hour. What was his average speed for the whole journey?  back 62 54mph

front 63 A mother changes a baby diaper 6 times a day how many times does she change it in a year?  back 63 2190 
front 64 x:500:3:1000  back 64 1.5 
front 65 2 5/87/8  back 65 2 5/8 7/8= (21=1) then... 5/8+ 8/8= 13/8 13/8  7/8= 6/8 6 divided by 2= 3 Now add the one to get= 1 3/4 
front 66 _3_ _2_=  back 66 1/20 
front 67 28/37 17/37=  back 67 11/37 
front 68 For a recipe, there are 3 eggs needed for every pound of cake needed. How many pounds of cake can be made if there are 40 eggs?  back 68 13 pounds of cake 
front 69 Evaluate: x^4 − y if x = 3 and y = 20  back 69 61 
front 70 What is 70% of 65?  back 70 45.5 
front 71 Subtract: 1001 − 99 =  back 71 902 
front 72 Add: 9.43 + 11.3 =  back 72 20.73 
front 73 Multiply: (226)(55.3) =  back 73 12,497.8 
front 74 How many millimeters are there in 5 meters?  back 74 5,000 ml 
front 75 Divide: 223 ÷ 65 =  back 75 3.4 
front 76 How many yards are in a mile?  back 76 1,760 
front 77 A rat can finish a maze in about 3 minutes. If a small backpack is put on the rat so it reduces its speed by 50%, how much longer will it take the rat to finish the maze?  back 77 3 minutes 
front 78 A nurse's schedule is written in military time, and shows their shift is from 1500 to 0100. When will they get off work?  back 78 A little bit after midnight 
front 79 Convert 26° Celsius to Fahrenheit.  back 79 78.8° F 
front 80 Convert 104° Fahrenheit to Celsius.  back 80 40° C 
front 81 Multiply: (0.67)(0.09) =  back 81 0.060300 
front 82 A nurse working at a medical clinic earns $17.81 per hour. The nurse works three 8hour shifts and one 12hour shift every week, and is paid weekly. Weekly deductions are: federal tax $102.80, state tax $24.58, federal insurance $18.13, and family health insurance $52.15. What is the nurse's takehome pay each week?  back 82 $443.50 
front 83 There are 48 students studying foreign language at the community college. If the only two foreign languages offered are French and Spanish, and 28 students are studying French, which of the following represents the ratio of students studying Spanish to the total number of foreign language students?  back 83 5/12 
front 84 A truck driver traveled 924 miles from 8 am tuesday to 5 pm Wednesday. During that time he stopped 30 minutes for lunch and gas at 1pm tuesday and then stopped that night a 7pm and was back on the road a 5am wednesday morning then stopped 30 minutes at 1pm wednesday for lunch and gas. What was his average speed?  back 84 =42mph

front 85 20.3 x 2 =x  back 85 40.6 
front 86 Express 0.608 as a percent  back 86 60.8% 
front 87 2/3 + 4/9=  back 87 1 1/9 
front 88 17/25  3/5=  back 88 2/25 
front 89 5 1/3 + 3 1/2  back 89 8 5/6 
front 90 3 gallons is equal to how many ounces  back 90 384 
front 91 Solve: 2 − 8 ÷ (2^4 ÷ 2) =  back 91 x = 36 
front 92 Joe makes $20 an hour and Tim makes $30 an hour. How many hours more than Tim must Joe work to earn the same amount Tim makes in 4 hours?  back 92

front 93 Solve the proportion (find the value of x):  back 93 9:14 :: x:56 
front 94 Solve for x: 3(x − 4) = 18  back 94 x = 10 
front 95 There are 6,657 marbles in a jar. Approximately 34% are white, and the rest are black. How many black marbles are there?  back 95 4,394 
front 96 At a comic book store, Robert purchased three comics for $2.65 each. If he paid with a $20 bill, how much change did he receive?  back 96 $12.05 
front 97 Multiply: (44.44)(55.55) =  back 97 2,468.64 
front 98 Add: 1.332 + 0.067  back 98 1.399 
front 99 Subtract: 8,674.5 − 998.9 =  back 99 7,675.6 
front 100 How many ounces are in a ton?  back 100 32,000 ounces (oz) 
front 101 Fahrenheit to Celsius=  back 101 (F  32) x 5 / 9

front 102 Fahrenheit to Celsius=  back 102 (F32) / 1.8 
front 103 Celsius to Fahrenheit  back 103 C x 9 / 5 + 32

front 104 Celsius to Fahrenheit  back 104 C x 1.8 + 32 
front 105 1 c =____f  back 105 33.8 f 
front 106 25 c =____f  back 106 77 f 
front 107 28 c =____f  back 107 82.4 
front 108 35 c =____f  back 108 95 f 
front 109 73 f =____c  back 109 22.78 c 
front 110 114 f = ____ c  back 110 45.56 
front 111 38 f = ____ c  back 111 3.33 
front 112 86 f = ____ c  back 112 30 
front 113 19 c = ____ f  back 113 66.2 
front 114 7 c = ____ f  back 114 44.6 
front 115 100 f = ____ c  back 115 37.78 
front 116 44 c = ____ f  back 116 111.2 
front 117 21 c = ____ f  back 117 69.8 
front 118 68 f = ____ c  back 118 20 
front 119 45 f = ____ c  back 119 7.22 
front 120 30 c = ____ f  back 120 86 
front 121 21 c = ____ f  back 121 69.8 
front 122 13 c = ____ f  back 122 55.4 
front 123 89 f = ____ c  back 123 31.67 
front 124 31/54  5/9=  back 124 1/54 
front 125 1 9/10 1/5=  back 125 1 7/10 
front 126 15 7/18  3/9=  back 126 15 1/18 
front 127 25 1/7  12 5/7=  back 127 25 3/7 
front 128 30 1/2  13 3/4=  back 128 16 3/4 
front 129 Alan is making a table. The table will be 6 1/2 feet long and 4 feet wide. The board for the table is 7 7/8 feet long and 4 feet wide. How much of the board will Alan need to cut off?  back 129 1 3/8 ft 
front 130 1/12 + 5/12=  back 130 1/2 
front 131 7/21 + 10/21=  back 131 17/21 
front 132 1/2 + 4/5=  back 132 1 3/10 
front 133 5/7 + 3/14=  back 133 13/14 
front 134 7 1/8 + 2 4/12=  back 134 9 11/24 
front 135 5 1/9 + 1 4/9=  back 135 6 4/9 
front 136 12 1/21 + 3 1/3=  back 136 15 8/21 
front 137 Mary is going to make a birthday cake. She will need 1 2/3 cups of sugar for the cake and 2 1/2 cups for the frosting. How many cups of sugar will Mary need to make and frost the birthday cake.  back 137 4 1/6 
front 138 Example: 5/12 x 1/10= 5/12 multiply 2= 10/24 10/24 + 3/24= 7/24  back 138

front 139 Example: 1/5 x 7/10= 1/5 x 2 top and bottom = 2/10 7/10 x 2= 14/20 _2_+ _7_= _9_  back 139

front 140 Example: 5 2/3  3 4/5= 5 2/3 multiply 5= 10/15 (51=4) 10/15 + 15/15= 25/15 4 25/15+ 3 12/15= 1 13/15  back 140

front 141 Example: 20/13=  back 141 1 7/13

front 142 Example: 4/5 x 1/2=  back 142 4/10

front 143 Example: 5 x 4/13 =  back 143 5/1 x 4/13= 20/13 = 1 7/13

front 144 Example: 2 1/8x 7 5/6=  back 144 2 1/8 x 7 5/6= 799/48= 16 31/48

front 145 3/5 x 2/3=  back 145 2/5 
front 146 7/9 x 1/9=  back 146 7/81 
front 147 6 x 4/5=  back 147 4 4/5 
front 148 2 1/7 x 1 3/4=  back 148 3 3/4 
front 149 1 2/5 x 5=  back 149 7 
front 150 4 4/5x 1 4/6=  back 150 8 
front 151 3 1/3 x 2=  back 151 6 2/3 
front 152 1 8/12 x 4 1/2=  back 152 7 1/2 
front 153 Alex had six friends who each give him 2 3/4 pieces of gum. How many pieces of gum does Alex have now?  back 153 16 1/2 
front 154 Example: 1/2 / 3/8=  back 154 1/2 / 3/8 = inverse (3/8) to 8/3

front 155 Example: 1 5/6 / 3/4=  back 155 1 5/6 / 3/4= 2 4/9

front 156 4/5 / 1/7=  back 156 5 3/5 
front 157 12/15 / 3/5=  back 157 1 1/3 
front 158 7/8 / 1/6=  back 158 5 1/4 
front 159 1 / 1/5=  back 159 5 
front 160 8 / 1/4=  back 160 32 
front 161 2 1/4 / 1/4=  back 161 9 
front 162 10 / 3 1/3=  back 162 3 
front 163 12 1/3 / 2=  back 163 6 1/6 
front 164 Danial has 11 1/4 cups of chocolate syrup. He is going to make chocolate sundaes for his friends. Each sundae will have 3/4 cup of chocolate. How many sundaes can Danial make?  back 164 15 