# Vsol 8.3 Number Sense

12 Questions | Total Attempts: 36  Settings  Pre-Algebra assessment over ratios, rates and proportions.

• 1.
Which percent represents the ratio of  8 apples to 36 pieces of fruit rounded to the nearest tenth?
• A.

25.0%

• B.

22.2%

• C.

44.4%

• D.

16.7%

• 2.
The ratio of girls to boys in an after-school program is 5 to 4.  If there are 32 boys, how many of them are girls?
• A.

9

• B.

20

• C.

40

• D.

160

• 3.
Randy, Eduardo and Kelli took a quiz.  For every 50 questions on the quiz, Randy answered 47 correctly.  Eduardo answered 91% of the questions correctly.  For every 10 questions on the quiz, Kelli answered 9 correctly.  Who had the highest score?
• A.

Eduardo

• B.

Kelli

• C.

Randy

• D.

All the same

• 4.
A scale model of an airplane has a width of 13.5 inches.  The scale of the model is 1 inch to 8 feet.  What is the width of the actual airplane?
• A.

104 ft

• B.

108 ft

• C.

110 ft

• D.

115 ft

• 5.
What is the price per pound of 8 pounds of coffee for \$91.60?
• A.

\$10 per lb

• B.

\$12 per lb

• C.

\$8.73 per lb

• D.

\$11.45 per lb

• 6.
A swimsuit is on sale at a 20% discount.  If the original price is \$49.99, what is the sale price?
• A.

\$39.99

• B.

\$44.99

• C.

\$9.99

• D.

\$29.99

• 7.
How much would Mrs. Ferguson pay if she bought a \$300 outfit plus a 5.9% sales tax?
• A.

\$301.77

• B.

\$305.90

• C.

\$359.00

• D.

\$317.70

• 8.
What is the probability of spinning a spinner and landing on a space that is not blue?
• A.

7 : 12

• B.

0.75

• C.

50%

• D.

2 : 3

• 9.
North High School has 2,764 students enrolled.  Based on the table, how many students study for 2 or more hours?
• A.

940 students

• B.

594 students

• C.

1534 students

• D.

14 students

• 10.
A \$525 pair of speakers is on sale for \$393.75 at Best Buy.  Which is closest to the percent of change?
• A.

33%

• B.

25%

• C.

20%

• D.

15%

• 11.
Fifty-two of 80 marbles are red.  What percent of the marbles are red?
• A.

65%

• B.

60%

• C.

72%

• D.

59%

• 12.
Six cards are numbered 1 through 6 and one card is chosen at random.  What is the probability of choosing a number less than 4?
• A.

0.25

• B.

50%

• C.

1/3

• D.

2 : 3

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