neokeynesian

10-16-2004, 10:42 AM

1)The area of a circular region having a radius of 1/4 meter is x square meters

Col A

x

Col B

1/4

2) (a+5)(a-5)=0

(b+5)(b-5)=0

Col A

a+5

Col B

b+5

3)Average (arithmetic mean) of Test Scores in Class R

Average score for the boys = 90

Average score for the girls = 81

Average score for the class = 84

Col A

The number of boys in the class who took the test

Col B

The number of girls in the class who took the test

4) At College C there are from 2 to 4 introductory philosophy classes each semester, & each of these classes has from 20 to 30 students enrolled. If one semester 10 percent of the students enrolled in introductory philosophy failed, what is the greatest possible number who failed?

a)12 b)10 c)8 d)6 e)3

5) Today is Jack's 12 th birthday and his father's 40th birthday. How many years from today will Jack's father be twice as old as Jack is at that time?

a)12 b)14 c)16 d)18 e)20

6) If the total surface area of a cube is 24, what is the volume of the cube?

a)8 b)24 c)64 d)48 sqrt 6 e)216

Answers: 1)b 2)d 3)b 4)a 5)c 6)a

Col A

x

Col B

1/4

2) (a+5)(a-5)=0

(b+5)(b-5)=0

Col A

a+5

Col B

b+5

3)Average (arithmetic mean) of Test Scores in Class R

Average score for the boys = 90

Average score for the girls = 81

Average score for the class = 84

Col A

The number of boys in the class who took the test

Col B

The number of girls in the class who took the test

4) At College C there are from 2 to 4 introductory philosophy classes each semester, & each of these classes has from 20 to 30 students enrolled. If one semester 10 percent of the students enrolled in introductory philosophy failed, what is the greatest possible number who failed?

a)12 b)10 c)8 d)6 e)3

5) Today is Jack's 12 th birthday and his father's 40th birthday. How many years from today will Jack's father be twice as old as Jack is at that time?

a)12 b)14 c)16 d)18 e)20

6) If the total surface area of a cube is 24, what is the volume of the cube?

a)8 b)24 c)64 d)48 sqrt 6 e)216

Answers: 1)b 2)d 3)b 4)a 5)c 6)a