Math Practice Test 25 Questions

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Question 1 of 24

1. Find a positive number which when increased by 11 is equal to 60 times the reciprocal of the number?
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Question 2 of 24

2. Which measurement set completely defines a triangle?
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3. Which measurement set may not completely define a triangle?
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4. Which measurement set completely defines a triangle?
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5. How may it be proven that ANY triangle has three angles totaling 180 degrees?
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6. A ladder of a certain fixed length leans against a wall forming a 60ᵒ angle between the ground and the ladder. If the bottom of the ladder is 10 feet away from the wall, how long is the ladder?
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Question 7 of 24

7. An angle is equal to one fourth of its supplement. What would be the measure of that angle?
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8. The complement of an angle exceeds the angle by 60ᵒ. Then the angle would be?
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Question 9 of 24

9. If the difference between the two acute angles of a right triangle is 10ᵒ, what will be the measure of the smaller one?
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10. Which triangle pair is similar?
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Question 11 of 24

11. A circle is inscribed in a square of area 4. What will be the area of the circle?
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Question 12 of 24

12. The circumference of a circle is xπ units and the area of the circle is yπ units. If x = y, what would be the radius of the circle?
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13. Which triangle pair is similar?
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14. If A is the area and C is the circumference of the circle, which of the following shows the relation of A in terms of C?
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15. If there are 1050 students in a school and the ratio of boys to girls is 9:5, then what is the number of boys in the school?
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Question 16 of 24

16. Twice the price of a scooter is equal to thrice the price of television. If the price of scooter is 600$ more than the television, what is the price of television?
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17. In a college, the ratio of number of boys to girls is 8:5. If the number of boys is 160, what will be the total number of students in the college?
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18. In two successive years, the population of a town is decreased by 20% and 30%. What percent population is decreased after two years?
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Question 19 of 24

19. If 200% of a number is 90, then what is the 80% of that number?
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Question 20 of 24

20. If the radius of a sphere is increased by 10%, the surface area increases by?
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21. A student has to score 15% marks to pass an exam. If he gets 80 marks and is failed by 70 marks, what are the maximum marks set for the exam?
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Question 22 of 24

22. The average of five consecutive numbers is 30. What will be largest number of these?
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Question 23 of 24

23. The mean of 100 observations was calculated as 40 but it turned out that one of the observations was misread as 83 but in reality it was 53. What will be the correct mean?
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Question 24 of 24

24. Two dice are thrown simultaneously, what is the probability of getting a sum of 7 or 11?
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