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**Consumer Math Mastery Test A**

Chapter 5 Practice Test Consumer Math Mastery Test A

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**Donna buys a new car with a base price of $8,290**

Donna buys a new car with a base price of $8,290. She orders an AM/FM stereo radio for $175 and an automatic transmission for $550. She pays $507 for transportation and handling. What is the total price after she receives $1,200 for her trade- in? $ $175 + $550 + $507 = $9522 $ $1200 = $8322 Determine the actual cost, including interest, of a$3,450 used car with a down payment of $200 and 48 monthly payments of $75 each. $75 x 48 = $3600 $ $200 = $3800

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**Joan wants to buy a 20/40/10 liability insurance policy**

Joan wants to buy a 20/40/10 liability insurance policy. How much will the total premium be if she lives in an average risk area? Use the premium table above. $339 + $69 = $408 4. Norman drove his car on a vacation trip. His odometer read when he began and at the end. If he used 25 gallons of gas, how many miles per gallon did he get? – = 470 miles 470 / 25 = 18.8 mpg 5. What is the range of Dan’s car? Its highway EPA rating is 40 mpg, and the tank holds 12 gallons. 40 mpg x 12 gallons = 480 miles How many gallons of gas does Carlos need to drive 483 miles? His car has an EPA rating of 21 miles per gallon. 483 miles / 21 miles = 23 gallons

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**7. Cynthia drives 522. 5 miles in 9 hours and 30 minutes**

7. Cynthia drives miles in 9 hours and 30 minutes. What is her average speed? / 9.5 = 55 mph 8. Kirby makes a 416-mile trip with an average speed of 52 miles per hour. What is his travel time? 416 / 52 = 8 hours 9. If gas costs $1.29 per gallon, what is the cost to fill a 19-gallon tank? $1.29 x 19 = $ Find Julianne’s car repair expenses. Her car needs a new muffler and tailpipe. Parts will cost $ It will take two hours of labor at $55 per hour. There will be a 5% sales tax on the muffler and tailpipe. $ x .05 = $8.14 $ $8.14 = $ $ $110 = $280.89

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