


7th grade worksheet6
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2.The question paper in an exam consists 80 problems. James has solved 68 of them. The percentage of the problems he has solved is?
3.An author of a math competition was looking through a tentative exam, when he realized that he could not use one of his proposed problems. Frustrated, he had decided to take a nap instead,and slept from 10:47AM to 7:32PM. For how many minutes did he has sleep?
4.If a rectangle ABCD has the lengths, AB = 7 and AC = 25, then its area is ?
5.If the diagonal of a square is 4 feet long, then the area of the square is
6.If two angles are supplementary and one of the angles is 9 times as large as the other, then the number of degrees in the measure of the larger angle?
7.ABCD is a square with the length of 8 units each side. A second square A_{1}B_{1} C_{1}D_{1} is formed by joining the midpoints of AB, BC, CD,and DA. A third square A_{2}B_{2}C_{2}D_{2} is formed in the same way from A_{1}B_{1}C_{1}D_{1}, and a fourth square A_{3}B_{3}C_{3}D_{3} from A_{2}B_{2}C_{2}D_{2}. Find the sum of the areas of these four squares
8.If p + q = 13, q + r = 14, r + p = 15, then the value of r is
9.The number of threedigit perfect squares are,
10.City X is 210 miles from city Y. Car A starts from city X and drives towards Y at 40 mph. Car B starts From city Y and drives towards X at 50 mph. Cars A and B both start at noon, what time will they meet?
Answers
2.85 3.525 4.168 5.8 6.162 7.120 8.8 9.22 10.2:20 pm

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