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```MOMS Math Mania 2 (55 Minutes)
1. The area of a triangle is 42 cm2 and the base is 12 cm. What is the height of the triangle?
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A. 7 cm
B. 6 cm
C. 9 cm
D. 12 cm
2. Two years ago, Sam was twice the age of Alex. Today the sum of their ages is 49. What
are their ages.
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3. Compute
A. Alex is 32, Sam is 17
B. Alex is 17, Sam is 32
C. Alex is 30, Sam is 19
D. Alex is 19, Sam is 30
(10012  999 2 )
2
○ A. 4000
○ B. 2000
○ C. 8000
○ D. 16000
4. Arrange the fractions in ascending order.
○ A.
9 2 4 3
, , ,
17 3 5 5
○ B.
9 3 2 4
, , ,
17 5 3 5
○ C.
4 3 9 2
, , ,
5 5 17 3
○ D.
4 9 3 2
, , ,
5 17 5 3
9 2 4 3
, , ,
17 3 5 5
5. Solve the following expression
[ 3 x (14 - 8 ) ÷ ( 4-2 ) ] +
3
7
66
7
7
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63
4
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7
9
○ D.
72
○ A.
6. A large ball of pizza dough has a radius of 9 inches. It is rolled to make a pizza with a
radius three times the radius of the ball of dough. How thick is the pizza?
○ A. 2 inches
4
○ B. inches
3
1
○ C. inches
3
○ D. 2.75 inches
7. Washington D.C. and Baltimore are 50 miles apart. Two cars, one from each city, start at
the same time, and approach each other at a speed of 65 mph and 55 mph respectively. After
how long do they meet.
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A. 40 minutes
B. 2 hours
C. 25 minutes
D. 15 minutes
8. Robert travels 12 miles east and then 9 miles south. What is the shortest distance he can
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A. 21 miles
B. 12 miles
C. 9 miles
D. 15 miles
9. A semicircle is placed on top of a square of side 14 cm. If the perimeter of the figure is
used to create a square, what would the new square's side length be?
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A. 18 cm
B. 12 cm
C. 16 cm
D. 15 cm
14 inches
10. Which digit is the thousands digit in the number 27,420,471?
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A. 4
B. 2
C. 0
D. 27
11. A pair of shoes with a list price of \$100.00 has a 20% discount. On labor day, the store
allows an additional 15% discount on the already discounted price. If Tom has \$70.00, how
much money is left with him after buying the shoes on labor day.
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A. He needs more money to buy the shoes.
B. \$2.00
C. \$10.00
D. \$7.00
12. How much is the following Roman Numeral worth.
CDLIX
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A. 661
B. 1559
C. 959
D. 459
13. A bag contains two red, three green, and two blue balls. Two balls are drawn at random.
What is the probability that none of the balls drawn are blue?
10
21
2
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7
5
○ C.
7
1
○ D.
2
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14. If a=b and b=c, then a=c. What property is this?
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A. Associative Property
B. Commutative Property
C. Transitive Property
D. Reflexive Property
15. Given the two coordinates on the graph below, find the linear equation in standard form
for the line.
Y
(6,4)
(2,3)
B
A
X
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A. x - 4y = -10
B. 2x + 3y = 6
C. x + y = 3
D. Equation cannot be created
16. Find x in the figure below:
2 3
x
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2
3
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○ D. 6 2
17. The difference between equilateral, isosceles, and scalene triangles are:
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A. Different names for the same triangles
B. All have at least one right angle
C. 3, 2, and no sides/angles equal
D. All have obtuse angles
18. After 3 years, John earns an interest of \$2100 computed at a 7% yearly rate. How much
did he originally invest?
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A. \$5,000
B. \$10,000
C. \$20,000
D. \$15,000
19. What is the sum of the first five prime numbers?
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A. 18
B. 28
C. 29
D. 50
20. Given the 2 sets A= {a,b,c,d,e} and B={c,d}, which one of the following statements is
true?
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A. A is a subset of B
B. B is a superset of A
C. B is a subset of A
D. A and B are disjoint
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21. Compute 17 7
143
(17 )( 7)
25
○ A.
119
○ B. 1
96
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143
○ D. 0.7
22. Compute
112.31 x 0.001
+ 1.5 x 3.0
.11231
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A. 1.53
B. 1.1231
C. 5.5
D. 1
23. A cylindrical bucket of height 10 cm and radius 3.5 cm is filled with water. The water is
poured into a cube bucket of side 10 cm. Up to what height will the cube bucket be filled.
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A. 3.85 cm
B. 5 cm
C. 10 cm
D. 6.28 cm
24. The 3 squares of sides a, b and c are arranged as below. Select the right answer.
○ A. Area of yellow and blue square is the same as the area of green square
○ B. Perimeter of yellow and blue square is the same as the perimeter of green
square
○ C. Area of red triangle and blue square is the same as the area of yellow and
green squares
○ D. Perimeter of red triangle and blue square is the same as the perimeter of
yellow and green squares
25. A cup and a plate cost 2 dollar and 20 cents in total. The cup cost 2 dollars more than the
plate. How much does the plate cost?
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A. 5 cents
B. 15 cents
C. 20 cents
D. 10 cents
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