Chapter Test
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7 Math Nelson
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Chapter 2
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Chapter Test
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Solutions 27 Videos

a) Write the ratio of white squares to green squares.

b) What fraction of the squares are white?

c) What percent of the squares are green?

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Q1

Determine three ratios that are equivalent to 5:9.

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Q2

Calculate the missing term in each proportion.

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Q3a

Calculate the missing term in each proportion.

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Q3b

Calculate the missing term in each proportion.

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Q3c

Calculate the missing term in each proportion.

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Q3d

The height of a building in a scale drawing is 9 cm. The scale is 1:600. Explain how you would use the scale to find the actual height of the building.

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Q4

Two large cups of coffee cost $4.00. How much money will Marianne need if she wants to buy nine large cups fo coffee?

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Q5

Nicole earned $72 in 9 h. At this rate, how much would she earn in 12 h?

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Q6

The air you breathe is \frac{1}{5} oxygen. What percent of the air is made up of other gases?

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Q7

Copy and complete the table to express the equivalent forms in each row.

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Q8

At a baseball game, the stadium is 65% full. If the stadium's capacity is 1800, how many people are at the game?

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Q10

Braydon buys a new CD and pays 8% sales tax. If the sales tax is $1.20, calculate the price of the CD.

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Q11

Akeem bought a used video game for $38. Later, he sold it for 40% less than he paid. For how much did Akeem sell the video game?

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Q12

The ratio of children to adults at an art show is 22:18.

What percent of the crowd are children?

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Q13a

The ratio of children to adults at an art show is 22:18.

What percent of the crowd are adults?

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Q13b

Why is calculating 10% of an amount easier than calculating 17% of the amount?

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Q14

How is calculating 1% of an amount similar to calculating 10% of the amount?

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Q15

Why might you calculate 50% of 212 in a different way than you would calculate 42% of 212?

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Q16

How do you know that each answer is about 5?

1.4\times3.5

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Q17a

How do you know that each answer is about 5?

0.7\times7.34

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Q17b

How do you know that each answer is about 5?

65.2\div12.9

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Q17c

How do you know that each answer is about 5?

2.46\div0.53

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Q17d

How much greater is 27.9\times4.5 than 27.9\div4.5?

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Q18