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## 10 Sample **AFOQT ** Math Practice Questions

1- A football team had $20,000 to spend on supplies. The team spent $14,000 on new balls. New sport shoes cost $120 each. Which of the following inequalities represent the number of new shoes the team can purchase.

☐A. \(120x+14,000 (\leq ) 20,000\)

☐B. \(20x+14,000 (\geq ) 20,000\)

☐C. \(14,000x+120 (\leq ) 20,000\)

☐D. \(14,000x+12,0 (\geq ) 20,000\)

2-The perimeter of the trapezoid below is 36 cm. What is its area?

☐A. \(576 cm^2\)

☐B. \(70 cm^2\)

☐C. \(48 cm^2\)

☐D. \(24 cm^2\)

3- A bank is offering \(3.5\%\) simple interest on a savings account. If you deposit $12,000, how much interest will you earn in two years?

☐A. \($420\)

☐B. \($840\)

☐C. \($4200\)

☐D.\($8400\)

4- Which of the following graphs represents the compound inequality \(-2{\leq}2x-4<8\) ?

☐A.

☐B.

☐C.

☐D.

5- Last week \(24,000\) fans attended a football match. This week three times as many bought tickets, but one sixth of them cancelled their tickets. How many are attending this week?

☐A.\(48,000\)

☐B. \(54,000\)

☐C.\(60,000\)

☐D. \(72,000\)

6- In the \(xy\)-plane, the point \(4,3\) and \(3,2\) are on line A. Which of the following points could also be on line A?

☐A. (-1, 2)

☐B. (5, 7)

☐C. (3, 4)

☐D. (-1, -2)

7- What is the equivalent temperature of \(104^{\circ}\) F in Celsius?

C = \(\frac{5}{9}\) F \(- 32\)

☐A. 32

☐B. 40

☐C. 48

☐D. 52

8- If \(150\%\) of a number is 75, then what is the \(90\%\) of that number?

☐A. 45

☐B. 50

☐C. 70

☐D. 85

9- Simplify the expression:

\((6x^3-8x^2+2x^4 )-(4x^2-2x^4+2x^3 )\)

☐A. \(4x^3-12x^2\)

☐B. \(4x^4+4x^3-12x^2\)

☐C. \(8x^3-12x^2\)

☐D. \(x^4+4x^3-12x^2\)

10- In two successive years, the population of a town is increased by \(15\%\) and \(20\%\). What percent of the population is increased after two years?

☐A. \(32\%\)

☐B. \(35\%\)

☐C. \(38\%\)

☐D. \(68\%\)

11- A shirt costing $200 is discounted \(15\%\). After a month, the shirt is discounted another \(15\%\). Which of the following expressions can be used to find the selling price of the shirt?

☐A. (200) (0.70)

☐B. (200) – 200 (0.30)

☐C. (200) (0.15) – (200) (0.15)

☐D. (200) (0.85) (0.85)

12- In a stadium the ratio of home fans to visiting fans in a crowd is 5:7. Which of the following could be the total number of fans in the stadium?

☐A. 12,324

☐B. 42,326

☐C. 44,566

☐D. 66,812

13- In a classroom of 60 students, 42 are female. What percentage of the class is male?

☐A. \(34\%\)

☐B. \(22\%\)

☐C. \(30\%\)

☐D. \(26\%\)

14- Which of the following points lies on the line \(x+2y=4\)?

☐A. (-2, 3)

☐B. (1, 2)

☐C. (–1, 3)

☐D. (-3, 4)

15- During the last week of track training, Emma achieves the following times in seconds: 66, 57, 54, 64, 57, and 59. Her three best times this week (least times) are averaged for her final score on the course. What is her final score?

☐A. 56 seconds

☐B. 57 seconds

☐C. 59 seconds

☐D. 61 seconds

16- 5 less than twice a positive integer is 83. What is the integer?

☐A. 39

☐B. 41

☐C. 42

☐D. 44

17- How many square feet of tile is needed for a 15 feet \(x\) 15 feet room?

☐A. 225 square feet

☐B. 118.5 square feet

☐C. 112 square feet

☐D. 60 square feet

18- 11 yards 6 feet and 4 inches equals to how many inches?

☐A. 388

☐B. 468

☐C. 472

☐D. 476

19- Mr. Carlos family are choosing a menu for their reception. They have 3 choices of appetizers, 5 choices of entrees, 4 choices of cake. How many different menu combinations are possible for them to choose?

☐A. 12

☐B. 32

☐C. 60

☐D. 120

20- The average of five consecutive numbers is 38. What is the smallest number?

☐A. 38

☐B. 36

☐C. 34

☐D. 12

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## Answers:

1- **A**

Let \(x\) be the number of new shoes the team can purchase. Therefore, the team can purchase \(120 x\).

The team had $20,000 and spent \($14000\). Now the team can spend on new shoes \($6000\) at most.

Now, write the inequality:

\(120x+14,000 {\leq}20,000\)

2- **B**

The perimeter of the trapezoid is \(36 cm\).

Therefore, the missing side (height) is =\( 36 – 8 – 12 – 6 = 10\)

Area of a trapezoid: \(A = \frac{1}{2} h ({b_{1} + b_{2}}) = \frac{1}{2} (10) (6 + 8) = 70\)

3-** B**

Use simple interest formula:

\(I=prt\)

\((I = interest, p = principal, r = rate, t = time)\)

\(=(12000)(0.035)(2)=840\)

4- **D**

Solve for \(x\).

\(-2 {\leq} 2x-4 < 8 ⇒\) (add 4 all sides) \(-2+4 {\leq} 2x-4+4 < 8+4 {\Rightarrow}\)

\(2{\leq}2x<12 {\Rightarrow}\) (divide all sides by 2) \(1 {\leq}x < 6\)

\(x\) is between \(1\) and \(6\).

5- **C**

Three times of \(24,000\) is \(72,000\). One sixth of them cancelled their tickets.

One sixth of \972,000\) equals \(12,000\) \((\frac{1}{6}\) \(\times\) \(72000\) = \(12000)\).

\(60,000\) \((72000 – 12000 = 60000)\) fans are attending this week

6- **D**

The equation of a line is in the form of \(y=mx+b\), where m is the slope of the line and b is the y-intercept of the line.

Two points \(4,3\) and \(3,2\) are on line A. Therefore, the slope of the line A is:

slope of line \(A=\frac{(y_2- y_1)}{(x_2 – x_1) } =\frac{2-3}{3-4} = \frac{-1}{-1}\)

The slope of line A is 1. Thus, the formula of the line A is:

\(y=mx+b=x+b\), choose a point and plug in the values of x and y in the equation to solve for b. Let’s choose point \(4, 3\). Then:

\(y=x+b\)\(\rightarrow\)\(3=4+b\)\(\rightarrow\)\(b=3-4=-1\)

The equation of line A is: \(y=x-1\)

Now, let’s review the choices provided:

A. \((-1,2)\) \(y=x-1\)\(\rightarrow\)\(2=-1-1=-2\) (This is not true.)

B. \((5,7)\) \(y=x-1\)\(\rightarrow\)\(7=5-1=4\) (This is not true.)

C. \((3,4)\) \(y=x-1\)\(\rightarrow\)\(4=3-1=2\) (This is not true.)

D. \((-1,-2)\) \(y=x-1\)\(\rightarrow\)\(-2=-1-1=-2\) (This is true!)

7- **B**

Plug in 104 for F and then solve for C.

\(C = \frac{5}{6} (F – 32) {\Rightarrow} C = \frac{5}{9} (104 – 32) {\Rightarrow} C = \frac{5}{9} (72) = 40\)

8- **A**

First, find the number.

Let \(x\) be the number. Write the equation and solve for \(x\).

\(150\%\) of a number is 75, then:

\(1.5{\times}x=75 {\Rightarrow} x=75{\div}1.5=50\)

\(90\%\) of 50 is:

\(0.9 {\times} 50 = 45\)

9- **B**

Simplify and combine like terms.

\((6x^3-8x^2+2x^4 )-(4x^2-2x^4+2x^3 ) {\Rightarrow} (6x^3-8x^2+2x^4 )-4x^2+2x^4-2x^3 {\Rightarrow}

4x^4+4x^3-12x^2\)

10- **C**

the population is increased by \(15\%\) and \(20\%\).

\(15\%\) increase changes the population to \(115\%\) of original population.

For the second increase, multiply the result by \(120\%\).

\((1.15)\) \(\times\) \((1.20)\) = \(1.38\) = \(138\%\)

38 percent of the population is increased after two years.

11- **C**

To find the discount, multiply the number by \(100{%} –\) rate of discount.

Therefore, for the first discount we get: \(200\) \(100{%} – 15{%}\) = \(200\) \(0.85\) = \(170\)

For the next 15{%} discount: \(200\) \(0.85\) \(0.85\)

12- **A**

In the stadium the ratio of home fans to visiting fans in a crowd is 5:7. Therefore, total number of fans must be divisible by \(12: 5 + 7 = 12\).

Let’s review the choices:

A. \(12,324: 12,324 (\div ) 12 = 1027\)

B. \(42,326 42,326 (\div ) 12 = 3,527.166\)

C. \(44,566 44,566 (\div ) 12 = 3,713.833\)

D. \(66,812 66,812 (\div ) 12 = 5,567.666\)

Only choice A when divided by 12 results a whole number.

13- **C**

\(60 – 42 = 18\) male students

\(\frac{18}{60} = 0.3 \)

Change 0.3 to percent ⇒\(0.3 × 100\) =\(30\%\)

14- **A**

\((x+2y=4)\). Plug in the values of x and y from choices provided. Then:

A. \(-2,3\) \(x+2y=4\)\(\rightarrow \)\(-2+2(3)=4\)\(\rightarrow \)\(-2+6=4\) (This is true!)

B. \((1,2)\) \(x+2y=4\)\(\rightarrow\)\(1+2(2)=4\)\(\rightarrow\)\(1+4=4\) (This is NOT true!)

C. \((-1,3)\) \(x+2y=4\)\(\rightarrow \)\(-1+2(3)=4\)\(\rightarrow\)\(-1+6=4\) (This is NOT true!)

D. \((-3,4)\) \(x+2y=4\)\(\rightarrow\)\(-3+2(4)=4\)\(\rightarrow\)\(-3+8=4\) (This is NOT true!)

15- **A**

Emma’s three best times are 54, 57, and 57.

The average of these numbers is:

average \(=\frac{sum}{total}\)

Sum \(= 54 + 57 + 57 = 168\)

Total number of numbers = 3

average \(=\frac{168}{3}=56\)

16- **D**

Let \(x\) be the integer. Then:

\(2x – 5 = 83\)

Add 5 both sides: \(2x = 88\)

Divide both sides by 2:\( x = 44\)

17- **A**

The area of a 15 feet\(x\) 15 feet room is 225 square feet.

\(15 × 15 = 225\)

18- **C**

\(11 \times 36 + 6 \times 12 + 4 = 47\)

19- **C**

To find the number of possible outfit combinations, multiply number of options for each factor:

\(3\) \(\times\) \(5\) \(\times\) \(4 = 60\)

20- **B**

Let \(x\) be the smallest number. Then, these are the numbers:

\( x, x+1, x+2, x+3, x+4 \)

average =\(\frac{sum of terms}{number of terms} \Rightarrow 38 = \frac{x+(x+1)+(x+2)+(x+3)+(x+4)}{5} \Rightarrow 38= \frac{5x+10}{5} \Rightarrow 190 = 5x+10 \Rightarrow 180 = 5x \Rightarrow x=36\)

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