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# Review Test for Fractions

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1. Choose the arrangement which orders the four fractions from least to greatest.

2. Circle the prime factorization of 168.

3. Circle the choice which represents in its most simplified form.

4. Circle the choice which represents in its most simplified form.

5. Select the set of fractions which is ordered from smallest to largest.

6. Again, select the set of fractions which is ordered from least to greatest.

For problems 7 - 14, choose the most simplified solution.
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Sample Problems For Simple Interest

Complexity=20
Answer the following questions involving simple interest. Input all answers to the
nearest dollar
1. Interest Rate: 1% each year
Starting Balance: \$147
Time Passed: 6 years
How much interest has accrued if we are using simple interest?
What is the new total balance?
Interest:
Total balance:
2. Interest Rate: 2% each year
Starting Balance: \$124
Time Passed: 9 years
How much interest has accrued if we are using simple interest?
What is the new total balance?
Interest:
Total balance:

Complexity=50
Answer the following questions involving simple interest. Input all answers to the
nearest dollar
1. Interest Rate: 8% each year
Starting Balance: \$289
Time Passed: 6 years
How much interest has accrued if we are using simple interest?
What is the new total balance?
Interest:
Total balance:
2. Interest Rate: 1% each year
Starting Balance: \$175
Time Passed: 13 years
How much interest has accrued if we are using simple interest?
What is the new total balance?
Interest:
Total balance:

Complexity=100
Answer the following questions involving simple interest. Input all answers to the
nearest dollar
1. Interest Rate: 2% each year
Starting Balance: \$839
Time Passed: 15 years
How much interest has accrued if we are using simple interest?
What is the new total balance?
Interest:
Total balance:
2. Interest Rate: 4% each year
Starting Balance: \$184
Time Passed: 3 years
How much interest has accrued if we are using simple interest?
Interest:
Total balance:
What is the new total balance?

Complexity=20
Answer the following questions involving simple interest. Input all answers to the
nearest dollar
1
Interest Rate: 1% each year
Starting Balance: \$147
Time Passed: 6 years
How much interest has accrued if we are using simple interest?
What is the new total balance?
Interest:
\$9

Total balance:
\$156

Solution
Simple Interest: I = PRT
P = principle = starting balance = \$147
R = interest rate = 1%
T = time = 6 years
I = interest = principle interest rate time = 147 1 / 100 6 = \$9
New Balance = starting balance + interest accrued = \$147 + \$9 = \$156
2
Interest Rate: 2% each year
Starting Balance: \$124
Time Passed: 9 years
How much interest has accrued if we are using simple interest?
What is the new total balance?
Interest:
\$22

Total balance:
\$146

Solution
Simple Interest: I = PRT
P = principle = starting balance = \$124
R = interest rate = 2%
T = time = 9 years
I = interest = principle interest rate time = 124 2 / 100 9 = \$22
New Balance = starting balance + interest accrued = \$124 + \$22 = \$146

Complexity=50
Answer the following questions involving simple interest. Input all answers to the
nearest dollar
1
Interest Rate: 8% each year
Starting Balance: \$289
Time Passed: 6 years
How much interest has accrued if we are using simple interest?
What is the new total balance?
Interest:
\$139

Total balance:
\$428

Solution
Simple Interest: I = PRT
P = principle = starting balance = \$289
R = interest rate = 8%
T = time = 6 years
I = interest = principle interest rate time = 289 8 / 100 6 = \$139
New Balance = starting balance + interest accrued = \$289 + \$139 = \$428
2
Interest Rate: 1% each year
Starting Balance: \$175
Time Passed: 13 years
How much interest has accrued if we are using simple interest?
What is the new total balance?
Interest:
\$23

Total balance:
\$198

Solution
Simple Interest: I = PRT
P = principle = starting balance = \$175
R = interest rate = 1%
T = time = 13 years
I = interest = principle interest rate time = 175 1 / 100 13 = \$23
New Balance = starting balance + interest accrued = \$175 + \$23 = \$198

Complexity=100
Answer the following questions involving simple interest. Input all answers to the
nearest dollar
1
Interest Rate: 2% each year
Starting Balance: \$839
Time Passed: 15 years
How much interest has accrued if we are using simple interest?
What is the new total balance?
Interest:
\$252

Total balance:
\$1091

Solution
Simple Interest: I = PRT
P = principle = starting balance = \$839
R = interest rate = 2%
T = time = 15 years
I = interest = principle interest rate time = 839 2 / 100 15 = \$252
New Balance = starting balance + interest accrued = \$839 + \$252 = \$1091
2
Interest Rate: 4% each year
Starting Balance: \$184
Time Passed: 3 years
How much interest has accrued if we are using simple interest?
What is the new total balance?
Interest:
\$22

Total balance:
\$206

Solution
Simple Interest: I = PRT
P = principle = starting balance = \$184
R = interest rate = 4%
T = time = 3 years
I = interest = principle interest rate time = 184 4 / 100 3 = \$22
New Balance = starting balance + interest accrued = \$184 + \$22 = \$206

Question #1

Jamie wants to earn \$500 in interest so shell have enough to buy a used
car. She puts \$2000 into an account that earns interest. How long will
she need to leave her money in the account to earn \$500 in interest?

Question #2

A local bank is advertising that you can double your money in eight years if
you invest with them. Suppose you have \$1000 to invest. What
interest rate is the bank offering?

Try These

Question #1

Kelly plans to put her graduation money into an account and leave it there
for 4 years while she goes to college. She receives \$750 in graduation
money that she puts it into an account that earns 4.25% interest. How much
will be in Kellys account at the end of four years?

A. \$127.50

B. \$754.0425

C. \$877.50

D. \$1275

Question #2

Randy wants to move his savings account to a new bank that pays a better
interest rate of 3.5% so that he can earn \$100 in interest faster than at his
old bank. If he moves \$800 to the new bank, how long will it take for him to
earn the \$100 in interest?

A. 3.57 years

B. 0.357 years

C. 0.28 years