124

A certain state's milk production was 980 million pounds in 2007 and 2.7 billion pounds in 2014. Approximately how many more million gallons of milk did the state produce in 2014 than in 2007? (1 billion = 10^9 and 1 gallon = 8.6 pounds.)

125

Working simultaneously and independently at an identical constant rate, 4 machines of a certain type can produce a total of x units of product P in 6 days. How many of these machines, working simultaneously and independently at this constant rate, can produce a total of 3x units of product P in 4 days?

126

The symbol $$\Delta$$ denotes one of the four arithmetic operations: subtraction, multiplication, or division. If 6 $$\Delta$$ 3 $$\le$$ 3, which of the following must be true? I. 2 $$\Delta$$ 2=0 II. 2 $$\Delta$$ 2=1 III. 4 $$\Delta$$ 2=2

127

If$$ mn \neq 0 $$ and 25 percent of n equals $$37\frac{1}{2}$$ percent of m, what is the value of $$\frac{12n}{m}$$?

128

Last year Joe grew 1 inch and Sally grew 200 percent more than Joe grew. How many inches did Sally grow last year?

129

The table shows partial results of a survey in which consumers were asked to indicate which one of six promotional techniques most influenced their decision to buy a new food product .Of those consumers who indicated one of the four techniques listed ,what fraction indicated either coupons or store displays ?

130

If 65 percent of a certain firm's employees are fulltime and if there are 5,100 more fulltime employees than parttime employees, how many employees does the firm have?

131

The cost C, in dollars, to remove p percent of a certain pollutant from a pond is estimated by using the formula $${c}=\frac{100,000p}{100p}$$. According to this estimate, how much more would it cost to remove 90 percent of the pollutant from the pond than it would cost to remove 80 percent of the pollutant?

132

If $${x}{y}≠{0}$$ and $${x}^{2}{y}^{2}{x}{y}={6}$$, which of the following could be y in terms of x?I.$$\frac1 {2x}$$II.$$\frac2 x$$III $$\frac3 x$$

133

$$\sqrt{{4.8}*{10}^{9}}$$ is closest in value to

134

In a certain high school, 80 percent of the seniors are taking calculus, and 60 percent of the seniors who are taking calculus are also taking physics. If 10 percent of the seniors are taking neither calculus nor physics, what percent of the seniors are taking physics?

135

If the units digit of $$\frac{5610.37}{10^{k}}$$ is 6, what is the value of k?

136

Three printing presses, R, S, and T, working together at their respective constant rates, can do a certain printing job in 4 hours. S and T, working together at their respective constant rates, can do the same job in 5 hours. How many hours would it take R, working alone at its constant rate, to do the same job?

137

Results of a Poll
In a poll, 200 subscribers to Financial Magazine X indicated which of five specific companies they own stock in. The results are shown in the table above. If 15 of the 200 own stock in both IBM and AT&T how many of those polled own stock in neither company?

138

For a party, three solid cheese balls with diameters of 2 inches, 4 inches, and 6 inches, respectively, were combined to form a single cheese ball. What was the approximate diameter, in inches, of the new cheese ball?(The volume of a sphere is $$\frac{4}{3}\pi{r}^{3}$$, where r is the radius.)

139

The sum of all the integers k such that 26 < k < 24 is

140

The number line shown contains three points R, S, and T, whose coordinates have absolute values r, s, and t, respectively. Which of the following equals the average (arithmetic mean) of the coordinates of the points R, S, and T ?

141

Tanks A and B are each in the shape of a right circular cylinder. The interior of Tank A has a height of 10 meters and a circumference of 8 meters, and the interior of Tank B has a height of 8 meters and a circumference of 10 meters. The capacity of Tank A is what percent of the capacity of Tank B?

142

Mark and Ann together were allocated n boxes of cookies to sell for a club project. Mark sold 10 boxes less than n and Ann sold 2 boxes less than n. If Mark and Ann have each sold at least one box of cookies, but together they have sold less than n boxes, what is the value of n?

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3P5
$$\frac{+4QR}{8S4}$$
In the correctly worked addition problem shown, P, Q, R, and S are digits. If Q = 2P, which of the following could be the value of S?
