GPT PS Quiz 2 Test 31 Section 5B 2x
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Question 1 of 8
A certain ball was dropped from a window 8 meters above a sidewalk. On each bounce it rose straight up exactly one-half the distance of the previous fall. After the third bounce the ball was caught when it reached a height of exactly 1 meter above the sidewalk. How many meters did the ball travel in all?CorrectIncorrect
Question 2 of 8
A certain store sells all maps at one price and all books at another price. On Monday the store sold 12 maps and 10 books for a total of $38.00, and on Tuesday the store sold 20 maps and 15 books for a total of $60.00. At this store, how much less does a map sell for than a book?CorrectIncorrect
Question 3 of 8
Which of the following procedures is always equivalent to adding 5 given numbers and then dividing the sum by 5?
I. Multiplying the 5 numbers and then finding the 5th root of the product.
II. Adding the 5 numbers, doubling the sum, and then moving the decimal point one place to the left.
III. Ordering the 5 numbers numerically and then selecting the middle number.CorrectIncorrect
Question 4 of 8
A certain company has records stored with a record-storage firm in 15-inch by 12-inch by 10-inch boxes. The boxes occupy 1.08 million cubic inches of space. If the company pays $0.25 per box per month for record storage, what is the total amount that the company pays each month for record storage?CorrectIncorrect
Question 5 of 8
If a 3-digit integer is selected at random from the integers 100 through 199, inclusive, what is the probability that the first digit and the last digit of the integer are each equal to one more than the middle digit?CorrectIncorrect
Question 6 of 8
Mr. Kramer, the losing candidate in a two-candidate election, received 942,568 votes, which was exactly 40 percent of all the votes cast. Approximately what percent of the remaining votes would he need to have received in order to have won at least 50 percent of all the votes cast?CorrectIncorrect
Question 7 of 8
Which of the following inequalities is equivalent to – 2 < x < 4?CorrectIncorrect
Question 8 of 8
If the average (arithmetic mean) of 5 positive temperatures is x degrees Fahrenheit, then the sum of the 3 greatest of these temperatures, in degrees Fahrenheit, could beCorrectIncorrect