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Question 1 of 10
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1 pointsThe number 0.01 is how many times as great as the number (0.0001)^{2}?
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1 pointsThe ratio of r to s is 3 to 4. The ratio of s to t is 2 to 9. What is the ratio of r to t ?
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1 pointsIf b = 4 and c = 7, what is the value of 3b − 5c?
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1 pointsIf an integer n is divisible by both 12 and 20, then it must also be divisible by
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1 pointsOf the following, which is closest to ∛30?
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1 pointsIf the average of 5 consecutive integers is 12, what is the sum of the least and greatest of the 5 integers?
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1 pointsIn a mixture of raisins and dates, the ratio by weight of raisins to dates is 7 to 3. How many pounds of raisins will there be in 7 pounds of this mixture?
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1 points1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, …
If the sequence above continues according to the pattern shown, what is the sum of the first
36 terms of the sequence?
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1 pointsThree students have a total of 30 CDs among them. If one student has 40% of the CDs, and another has 33 1⁄3 % of the CDs, how many CDs does the third student have?
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1 pointsThe average (arithmetic mean) of Lubaba’s scores on three tests is 85. If she scored 90 on both of the first two tests, what was her score on the third test?
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