Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the
statement or answers the question.


1.

Number Sense and Numeration – Whole Numbers
– RIT 211 – 220
Determine whether 42 is divisible by 2, 3, 5, 6, and/or
10.
a.  2  d.  2, 3, 5, 6  b.  2, 3  e.  2, 3, 5, 10  c.  2, 3,
6 


2.

The greatest common factor of 54 and 72 is:


3.

Which are the greatest common factor and the least common multiple of
the numbers 12 and 9?
a.  G.C.F. = 3; L..C.M. = 24  d.  G.C.F. = 1; L.C.M. =
108  b.  G.C.F. = 3; L.C.M. = 36  e.  G.C.F. = 3; L.C.M. = 27  c.  G.C.F. = 6; L.C.M. =
108 


4.

Number Sense and Numeration – Decimals
– RIT 221 – 230
Which value correctly represents point
A?
a.  2 1/6  d.  2 2/3  b.  2 1/3  e.  2 5/6  c.  2.5 


5.

Number Sense and Numeration – Exponents
– RIT 221 – 230
Fill in the boxes from left to right with the correct
exponent.
a.  4, 3, 2, 1  d.  0, 1, 2, 3  b.  3, 2, 1, 0  e.  5, 3, 6, 8  c.  1, 2, 3,
4 


6.

Number Sense and Numeration – Fractions
– RIT 221 – 230
Write in simplest form. In a bag of 70
jellybeans, 45 are green. What fraction of the bag of jellybeans is green?
a.  14/9  d.  25/70  b.  70/45  e.  45/70  c.  9/14 


7.

What is the ratio of squares to triangles?
a.  8 : 11  d.  4 to 3  b.  11 : 8  e.  even to odd  c.  1 to
1 


8.

Choose the pair of fractions that is equivalent to each other.
a.  3/2 and 1/2  d.  2/3 and 1/3  b.  6/4 and 7/4  e.  9/6 and 3/2  c.  8/12 and
4/12 


9.

Fill in the box that would make the two ratios equivalent.
4 = 16
20


10.

Use crossproducts to determine which of the following is true:
a.  2/3 = 5/7  d.  4/5 = 6/7  b.  1/8 = 8/1  e.  5/24 = 7/18  c.  8/12 =
4/6 


11.

Number Sense and Numeration – Integers
– RIT 221 – 230 Which of the following is an integer?
a.  –3/4  d.  –2 2/3  b.  –8  e.  –5.3  c.  –0.56 


12.

Number Sense and Numeration – Ordering,
Equalities and Inequalities – RIT 221 – 230 Which statement is in
the correct order from least to greatest?
a.  –9, 11, 14, 17, 24  d.  –6, 7, 12, 0,
1  b.  3, 4, 7, 14, 15  e.  –15, 13, 11, 7, 9  c.  –27, 14, 1, 0,
13 


13.

Number Sense and Numeration – Percents
– RIT 221 – 230 Which of the following is a true statement?
a.  56/100 = 56%  d.  6/100 = 1/6%  b.  6/100 = 60%  e.  1/100 = 100%  c.  75% =
75/1000 


14.

Number Sense and Numeration – Place Value
– RIT 221 – 230
Which decimal represents six and twentyfive thousand,
seven hundred eightyfour hundredthousandths?
a.  6.2570084  d.  6.784  b.  6.25000784  e.  6.25784  c.  6.2784 


15.

Number Sense and Numeration – Square
Roots – RIT 221 – 230


16.

Billy starts soccer at 2:45 P.M. He practices for 35 minutes. What time does
practice end?
a.  3:15  d.  3:20 P.M.  b.  4:00 P.M.  e.  3:30 A.M.  c.  3:15
P.M. 


17.

What is the probability that the spinner will land on yellow?
a.  2 out of 4  d.  1 out of 4  b.  1 out of 6  e.  4 out of 6  c.  2 out of
6 


18.

The Wongs are going to fence their yard. How many feet of fence do they need
to buy?
a.  100 feet  d.  120 feet  b.  110 feet  e.  130 feet  c.  65
feet 


19.

9, 767, 422, 135 What is the value of the digit in the one billions
place?
a.  9  d.  9,000  b.  9,000,000,000  e.  900  c.  9,000,000 


20.

Diana received scores of 100, 63, 90, 85, and 92 on her math tests. What is
her mean (average) score?


21.

There are 60 marbles in a jar. If 8 children get the same number of marbles,
how many will be left over?


22.

A jacket costs $25. It is on sale for a 20% discount. How much is the
sale price?
a.  $5.00  d.  $20.00  b.  $30.00  e.  $45.00  c.  $50.00 


23.

Betty’s Bakery sells chocolate chip, oatmeal, and peanut butter
cookies. They come in two sizes, regular and jumbo. What are the possible combinations you can
get if you buy 2 boxes of cookies?
a.  regular chocolate chip, regular peanut butter, regular oatmeal  b.  regular chocolate
chip, regular peanut butter, jumbo chocolate chip, jumbo peanut butter  c.  jumbo chocolate
chip, jumbo peanut butter, jumbo oatmeal  d.  regular chocolate chip, regular peanut butter,
regular oatmeal, jumbo chocolate chip, jumbo peanut butter, jumbo oatmeal  e.  oatmeal, chocolate
chip, peanut butter 


24.

If you have two tables that seat 6 people each, how many people can you seat
if you push the two tables together?


25.

.–11 + 16 = 16 – 11 Which property does this demonstrate?
a.  Commutative  d.  Distributive  b.  Associative  e.  Zero  c.  Identity 


26.

Calculate: 12^{2}


27.

Use proportions to solve the following problem. If a package of 24 pencils
costs $2.88, how much will 1 pencil cost?
