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Basic Numeracy/Quantitative Aptitude

113. If a school cafeteria needs c cans of soup each week for each student, and if there are s students in the school, for how many weeks will x cans of soup last?

 (a) cx/s (b) xs/c (c) s/cx (d) x/cs

114. If p painters can paint h houses in 4 days, how many houses can 6 painters, working at the same rate, paint in 2 days?

 (a) h/3p (b) 3hp/4 (c) hp/12 (d) 3h/p

115. Solve the equation

|-2x + 2| -3 = -3

 (a) x = - 1 (b) x = 2 (c) x = 1 (d) x = 3

116. The circumference of a circle is equal to 72 pi. Find the radius of this circle.

 (a) r = 6 (b) r = 16 (c) r = 36 (d) r = 46

117. The length of a rectangular garden is 2 feet longer than 3 times its width. If the perimeter of the garden is 100 feet, find the width and the length of the garden.

 (a) W = 12, L = 18 (b) W = 12, L = 38 (c) W = 22, L = 18 (d) W = 12, L = 36

118. A rectangular field has a length 10 feet more than it is width. If the area of the field is 264, what are the dimensions of the rectangular field?

 (a) x = 22 and y = 12 (b) x = 12 and y = 12 (c) x = 22 and y = 22 (d) x = 22 and y = 18

119. A company has found that when x units of a product are manufactured and sold, its revenue is given by x 2 + 100 x dollars and its costs are given by 240 x + 500 dollars. How many units must be produced and sold to make a profit of 10,000 dollars?

 (a) 194 (b) 196 (c) 54 (d) - 54

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