# ACT: Complete Mathematics Quiz

This is an MCQ-based quiz on the topic of ACT: Complete Mathematics Quiz.

This set of MCQs helps you brush up on the important mathematics topic and prepare you to dive into skill practice and expand your knowledge to tackle the question and answer it carefully.

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Evaluate

(x^3)^2 = x^___

23

6

5

9

Solve for x.

16/(x+7)=2/6

28

41

24

12

At the school carnival, Mike will play a game in which he will toss a penny, a nickel, and a dime at the same time. He will be awarded 3 points for each coin that lands with heads faceup. Let the random variable x represent the total number of points awarded on any toss of the coins. What is the expected value of x ?

1

3/2

9/2

6

A wallet containing 5 five-dollar bills, 7 ten-dollar bills, and 8 twenty-dollar bills is found and returned to its owner. The wallet’s owner will reward the finder with 1 bill drawn randomly from the wallet. What is the probability that the bill drawn will be a twentydollar bill?

1/20

4/51

1/8

2/5

In the standard (x,y) coordinate plane, what is the slope of the line given by the equation 4x = 7y + 5 ?

-4/7

4/7

7/4

4

A room has a rectangular floor that is 15 feet by 21 feet. What is the area of the floor in square yards ?

24

35

36

105

The sum of 2 positive numbers is 151. The lesser number is 19 more than the square root of the greater number. What is the value of the greater number minus the lesser number?

19

66

85

91

In Cherokee County, the fine for speeding is \$17 for each mile per hour the driver is traveling over the posted speed limit. In Cherokee County, Kirk was fined \$221 for speeding on a road with a posted speed limit of 30 mph. Kirk was fined for traveling at what speed, in miles per hour?

13

17

43

47

A wallet containing 5 five-dollar bills, 7 ten-dollar bills, and 8 twenty-dollar bills is found and returned to its owner. The wallet’s owner will reward the finder with 1 bill drawn randomly from the wallet. What is the probability that the bill drawn will be a twentydollar bill?

1/20

4/51

1/8

2/5

Aurelio is purchasing carpet tiles to cover an area of his living room floor that is 8 feet wide by 10 feet long. Each carpet tile is a square 20 inches wide by 20 inches long. What is the minimum number of carpet tiles that Aurelio must purchase to cover this area of his living room floor?

5

11

21

30

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Title: ACT: Complete Mathematics Quiz
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