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Question 1:
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2014, the average annual salary for a Medical Assistant was $31,220. Assuming that a Medical Assistants' salary puts them in the 20% income tax bracket, determine how much money they would pay in income tax.

Question 2:
An item regularly priced at $80 is on sale for 20% off. There is a 3% sales tax.
What is the amount of the discount (how much are you saving?)?

Question 3:
John is planning to purchase a new car that costs $15,500. On average, a new car loses 11% of its value the moment that it is driven out of the lot. After 5 years, on average, the car is worth 37% of what you paid for it at the dealership. How much will John’s car be worth after 5 years?

Question 4:
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2014, the average annual salary for a Medical Assistant was $31,220. Assuming that a Medical Assistants' salary puts them in the 20% income tax bracket, determine the Medical Assistant’s net income (income after taxes are taken out).

Question 5:

In the proportion x over 5 equals 15 over 3 , which number is equal to x in the proportion?

Question 6:
An item regularly priced at $80 is on sale for 20% off. There is a 3% sales tax. What is the sale price before tax?

Question 7:
A car travels 270 miles in 4.5 hours. What is the rate in miles per hour? D=R*T

Question 8:
The decimal 0.002 is equivalent to what percent?

Question 9:
A business shows a profit of $110 for selling 20 leather wallets. How much profit would the business make if they sold 35 wallets?

Question 10:
The patient is to receive his daily dose in three doses. How many milligrams of medicine should the patient receive in each dose if his daily does is 510mg?

Question 11:
In 2014, there were approximately 900,000 sworn law enforcement officers serving in the U.S. Approximately 12 percent of those officers were female. How many officers were female?

Question 12:
A car traveling at 65 mph leaves a 25 foot skid mark. What is the ratio of the speed (mph) to length of skid mark (feet)? Give your answer in simplest form.

Question 13:

What is the solution to the proportion 42 over 56 equals 12 over x ?   x =_______

Question 14:
24½% is equal to which decimal?

Question 15:
Lake County's smallest forest preserve is 472 acres. Orange County's smallest forest preserve is 482 acres. Find the ratio of the acreage of Lake County's forest preserve to Orange County's forest preserve.

Question 16:
A 150 pound woman would receive 24 grams of a certain medicine. How many grams should a 120 pound woman receive?

Question 17:
An item regularly priced at $80 is on sale for 20% off. There is a 3% sales tax. What will be the total cost of the item on sale?

Question 18:
The formula for finding the interest on a loan is I = prt. Jack borrows $2,000 for 2 years at a rate of 2%. How much interest will he owe?

Question 19:
A grocery store sells an 18 ounce container of peanut butter for $3.28. What is the cost per ounce (unit price)?

Question 20:
An item regularly priced at $80 is on sale for 20% off. There is a 3% sales tax. What is the amount of the sales tax?

Question 21:

The fraction 3 over 8 is equivalent to what percent?

Question 22:
An item costs $45.60. If there is a 30% discount on the item, what is the discounted cost of the item?

Question 23:
John is planning to purchase a new car that costs $15,500. On average, a new car loses 11% of its value the moment that it is driven out of the lot. Once John drives his new car off the lot, what will its value be?

Question 24:
An item regularly priced at $80 is on sale for 20% off. There is a 3% sales tax.
What is the sale price before sales tax?

Question 25:
Rachel's house sold for $180,000. Her real estate agent received a commission of $10,800. What percentage did her real estate agent charge?

Question 26:
A legal firm offers some services "pro bono", which means that they work for clients free of charge. The legal firm accepted 2% of its cases pro bono last year. What is the total number of cases they completed if they accepted 252 pro bono cases?

Question 27:
In a hospital, there are 250 registered nurses. 100 of the nurses are males. What is the ratio of male nurses to female nurses in lowest terms?

Question 28:
Freda makes $25,000 per year as a medical assistant. After working 6 months, she receives a 6% pay raise. What is her new yearly salary?

Question 29:

Is  24 over 40 equals 4 over 5 a true proportion?

Question 30:
The adult daily dosage for a certain medicine is 60 milligrams for every 20 pounds of body weight. A patient weighs 170 pounds, what is his daily dose?

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