# Math 070 Practice Exam

**Explain clearly how you arrive at all solutions showing
all relevant work. If there is no work for a problem then no
points may be awarded, even if the solution is correct .
Find the least common multiple (LCM) of the list of numbers.**

1. Find the LCM of 9 and 12.

2. Find the LCM of 27, 48, and 162.

**Insert < or > to form a true statement**

**Perform the indicated operation . Simplify your answers.**

**Write a fraction to represent the shaded area.**

**Write the mixed number as an improper fraction.**

**Write the improper fraction as a mixed or whole number .**

**Write the fraction in simplest form .**

**Determine whether the pair of fractions is equivalent .**

**Find the prime factorization of the number .**

23. 126

24. 4725

**Perform the indicated operation . Write the answer in
simplest form.**

** Solve . Write the answer in simplest form.**

37. Find the area of each rectangle. Write the answer in simplest form. Recall
that the

area = (length) · (width).

A = 4/13 foot

B = 1/2 foot

38. On a recent trip, Asha drove 252 miles on
gallons of gasoline. How many miles per
gallon did she

average?

39. A rectangular flower bed in front of a building measures
feet by feet.
What is the total area of the

flower bed?

40. Lea is saving 2/19 of her monthly income of $6764 for retirement. How much
money is she setting aside each

month for retirement?

**Perform the indicated operation. Simplify your answers.**

**Perform the indicated operation. Simplify your answers.
**

**Perform the indicated operation. Simplify your answers.**

51. Find the average of 7/10, 4/9, and 2/5

.

** Solve .**

52. A carpenter cuts a piece feet long from a
cedar plank that is 14 feet long. How long is the remaining piece?

gallons on fuel on a
hour trip. How many gallons of fuel were used
for each

hour?

**The circle graph below shows us how an average consumer
spends money. Use this information for Exercises 26
through 28.
**

54. What fraction of spending goes for other and housing
combined ?

55. What fraction of spending goes for clothing, housing, and other?

56. Suppose your family spent $41,000 on the items in the graph above . How much
might we expect was spent on

other?

**Find the perimeter of each figure. For Exercise 29, find the area also.
**

58. Find the perimeter of the triangle.

Answer Key

Testname: 2008 FALL 070 CH2-3 PRACTICE EXAM2

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