144

A certain high school has 5,000 students. Of these students, x are taking music, y are taking art, and z are taking both music and art. How many students are taking neither music nor art?

145

Each person who attended a company meeting was either a stockholder in the company, an employee of the company, or both. If 62 percent of those who attended the meeting were stockholders and 47 percent were employees, what percent were stockholders, who were not employees?

147

The graph shows the number of computers assembled during each of 6 consecutive days. From what day to the next day was the percent change in the number of computers assembled the greatest in magnitude?

147

The table shows the amount budgeted and the amount spent for each of three accounts in a certain company. For which of these accounts did the amount spent differ from the amount budgeted by more than 6 percent of the amount budgeted?

148

If n = 20! + 17,then n is divisible by which of the following?I.15II.17III.19

149

Exchange Rates in a Particular Year
$1 = 5.3 francs
$1 = 1.6 marks
An America n dealer bought a table in Germany for 480 marks and sold the same table in Fra nee for 2,385 francs. What was the dealer's gross profit on the two transactions in dollars?

150

One inch represents 20 miles on Map K and one inch represents 30 miles on Map L. An area of 3 square inches represents how many more square miles on Map L than on Map K?

151

The product of two negative numbers is 160. If the lesser of the two numbers is 4 less than twice the greater, what is the greater number?

152

According to a certain estimate, the depth N(t), in centimeters, of the water in a certain tank at t hours past 2:00 in the morning is given by $${N}({t})={20}({t}{5})^{2}+{500}$$ for $$0 \leq t \leq 10$$. According to this estimate, at what time in the morning does the depth of the water in the tank reach its maximum?

153

The sides of a square region, measured to the nearest centimeter, are 6 centimeters long. The least possible value of the actual area of the square region is

154

After driving to a riverfront parking lot, Bob plans to run south along the river, turn around, and return to the parking lot, running north along the same path. After running 3.25 miles south, he decides to run for only 50 minutes more. If Bob runs at a constant rate of 8 minutes per mile, how many miles farther south can he run and still be able to return to the parking lot in 50 minutes?

155

Alex deposited x dollars into a new account that earned 8 percent annual interest, compounded annually. One year later Alex deposited an additional x dollars into the account. If there were no other transactions and if the account contained w dollars at the end of two years, which of the following expresses x in terms of w ?

156

M is the sum of the reciprocals of the consecutive integers from 201 to 300, inclusive. Which of the following is true?

157

Working simultaneously at their respective constant rates, Machines A and B produce 800 nails in x hours. Working alone at its constant rate, Machine A produces 800 nails in y hours. In terms of x and y, how many hours does it take Machine B, working alone at its constant rate, to produce 800 nails?

158

Carol purchased one basket of fruit consisting of 4 apples and 2 oranges and another basket of fruit consisting of 3 apples and 5 oranges. Carol is to select one piece of fruit at random from each of the two baskets. What is the probability that one of the two pieces of fruit selected will be an apple and the other will be an orange?

159

Last year Brand X shoes were sold by dealers in 403 different regions worldwide, with an average (arithmetic mean) of 98 dealers per region. If last year these dealers sold an average of 2,488 pairs of Brand X shoes per dealer, which of the following is closest to the total number of pairs of Brand X shoes sold last year by the dealers worldwide?

160

10 ,4 ,26 ,16
What is the median of the number shown ?

161

If $$\frac1 3$$ of the total number of marbles in the three bags listed in the table above are blue, how many marbles are there in bag Q?

162

The table above gives the age categories of the 161 employees at Company X and the number of employees in each category. According to the table, if m is the median age, in years, of the employees at Company X, then m must satisfy which of the following ?

163

If k and n are positive integers such that n > k, the n k! + (n  k) • (k  1)! is equivale nt to which of the following?
