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A bread recipe calls for 3 1/4 cups of flour. If you only have 2 1/8 cups, how much more flour is needed?

A. 1 1/8
B. 1 1/4
C. 1 3/8
D. 1 3/4
A. 3 1/4 - 2 1/8= 13/4 - 17/8= 26/8 - 17/8 = 9/8 = 1 1/8 more cups of flour.
How many omelets can be made from 2 dozen eggs if an omelet contains 3 eggs?

A. 1
B. 3
C. 6
D. 8
D. There are 24 eggs in 2 dozen eggs. If 3 eggs are in an omelet, then 24 ÷ 3, or 8 omelets, can be made.
Two runners finished a race in 80 seconds, another runner finished the race in 72 seconds, and the final runner finished in 68 seconds. The average of these times is

A. 73 seconds.
B. 74 seconds.
C. 75 seconds.
D. 76 seconds.
C. Since two runners finished in 80 seconds, the average of 80, 80, 72, and 68 must be found. This average is ? seconds.
If 400 people can be seated in eight subway cars, how many people can be seated in five subway cars?

A. 200
B. 250
C. 300
D. 350
B. If 400 people fit in eight subway cars, then 400 ÷ 8, or 50, people fit in one subway car. Therefore, 50 × 5, or 250, people fit in five subway cars.
An employee earns $8.25 an hour. In 30 hours, what earnings has the employee made?

A. $240.00
B. $247.50
C. $250.00
D. $255.75
B. The earnings for 30 hours are $8.25 × 30 = $247.50.
There are 72 freshmen in the band. If freshmen make up 1/3 of the entire band, the total number of students in the band is

A. 24
B. 72
C. 144
D. 216
D. Let n represent the number of students in the band. Then 1/3n = 72, so n = 72 × 3 = 216.
Dana receives $30 for her birthday and $15 for cleaning the garage. If she spends $16 on a CD, how much money does she have left?

A. $29
B. $27
C. $14
D. $1
A. Add the amount of money received and subtract the amount spent. $30 + $15 - $16 = $29.
A television is on sale for 20% off. If the sale price is $800, what was the original price?

A. $160
B. $640
C. $960
D. $1,000
D. If an item is discounted 20%, the sale price is 80% of the original price. Let p represent the original price. Then $800 = 80% × p and p = 800/80% = 800/.80 = $1,000.
Staci earns $9.50 an hour plus 3% commission on all sales made. If her total sales during a 30-hour work week were $500, how much did she earn?

A. $15
B. $250
C. $285
D. $300
D. For a 30-hour week with $500 in sales, total earnings are (30 × $9.50) + (3% × $500) = $285 + $15 = $300.
The area of one circle is four times as large as a smaller circle with a radius of 3 inches. The radius of the larger circle is

A. 12 inches.
B. 9 inches.
C. 8 inches.
D. 6 inches.
D. The area of the circle with a radius of 3 is pr2 = p × r2 = 9p. The area of the larger circle is 4 × 9p = 36p. Therefore, r2 = 36, so r = √36 = 6. The radius of the larger circle is 6.