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1 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Percents | The Price Of A Coat In A Certain Store Is 500 If The Price Of The Co |

2 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Operations With Rational Numbers | On A Vacation Rose Exchanged 500 00 For Euros At An Exchange Rate |

3 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Ratio And Proportion | /Each Of The 12 Squares Shown Is Labeled X Y V Or W What Is The Ratio |

4 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Operations With Rationa | 1 |

5 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Applied Problems; Prope | /Bouquets Are To Be Made Using White Tulips And Red Tulips And The Rat |

6 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Percents | /125 Of |

7 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Applied Problems | Today Rebecca Who Is 34 Years Old And Her Daughter Who Is 8 Years |

8 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Operations With Rationa | When Traveling At A Constant Speed Of 32 Miles Per Hour A Certain Mot |

9 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Simplifying Algebraic Expr | A Case Contains C Cartons Each Carton Contains B Boxes And |

10 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Percents | A Technician Makes A Round Trip To And From A Certain Service Center B |

11 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Probability | Raffle Tickets Numbered Consecutively From 101 Through |

12 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Probability | When Leo Imported A Certain Item He Paid A 7 Percent Import |

13 | PS | Easy | Algebra: First-Degree Equations | A Collection Of 16 Coins Each With A Face Value Of Either 10 Cents Or |

14 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Statistics | The Numbers Of Cars Sold At A Certain Dealership On Six Of |

15 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Percents | If It Is Assumed That 60 Percent Of Those Who Receive A Questionnaire |

16 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Inequalities | /If 1 X Y Z Which Of The Following Has The Greatest Value |

17 | PS | Easy | Geometry: Quadrilaterals; Perimeter | A Rectangular Garden Is To Be Twice As Long As It Is Wide |

18 | PS | Easy | Geometry: Area (Rectangles) | A Rectangular Floor That Measures 8 Meters By 10 Meters Is To Be Cover |

19 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Properties Of Numbers | If 893 78 P Which Of The Following Is Equal To |

20 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Simultaneous First-Degree | Thabo Owns Exactly 140 Books And Each Book Is Either Paperback Fictio |

21 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Statistics | If The Average Arithmetic Mean Of The Four Numbers 3 15 32 And N |

22 | PS | Easy | Geometry: Applied Problems | /Abdul Barb And Carlos All Live On The Same Straight Road On Which T |

23 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Applied Problems | /During A Certain Time Period Car X Traveled North Along A Straight Ro |

24 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Applied Problems; Percents | /Cheryl Purchased 5 Identical Hollow Pine Doors And 6 Identical Solid O |

25 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Inequalities; Absolute Val | If Y 1 2 11 2 Which Of The Following Could Be A Value |

26 | PS | Easy | Geometry: Triangles | /In The Figure Shown Ac 2 And Bd Dc 1 What Is The Measure Of |

27 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Simplifying Algebraic Expr | If K 2 M 2 Which Of The Following Must Be True |

28 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Ratio And Proportion | Makoto Nishi And Ozuro Were Paid A Total Of 780 For Waxing The Floo |

29 | PS | Easy | Geometry: Pythagorean Theorem | The Figure Above Shows A Path Around A Triangular Piece Of Land Mary |

30 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Fractions | At A Supermarket John Spent 1 2 Of His Money On Fresh Fruit |

31 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Operations With Rational N | If 1 1 25 N 1 Then N |

32 | PS | Easy | Geometry: Volume | A Carpenter Constructed A Rectangular Sandbox With A |

33 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Operations With Rationa | /The Quotient When A Certain Number Is Divided By 2 3 Is 9 2 What Is |

34 | PS | Easy | Geometry: Volume | /If A Sphere With Radius R Is Inscribed In A Cube With Edges Of Length |

35 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Simultaneous Equations | If 2x Y 7 And X 2y 5 Then X Y |

36 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Ratio And Proportion | City X Has A Population 4 Times As Great As The Population Of City Y |

37 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Interpretation Of Graph | The Graph Above Shows The Height Of The Tide In Feet Above Or Below |

38 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Applied Problems | A Manufacturer Of A Certain Product Can Expect That Between 0 3 Percen |

39 | PS | Easy | Geometry: Area | A Flat Patio Was Built Alongside A House As Shown In The Figure Above |

40 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Applied Problems; Perce | /The Sum Of The Weekly Salaries Of 5 Employees Is 3 250 If Each Of Th |

41 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Statistics | A Student S Average Arithmetic Mean Test Score On 4 Tests |

42 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Applied Problems | /Last Week Chris Earned X Dollars Per Hour For The First 40 Hours Worke |

43 | PS | Easy | Geometry: Angles | In The Figure Above What Is The Ratio Of The Measure Of Angle B To |

44 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Properties Of Numbers | If N Is A Prime Number Greater Than 3 What Is The Remainder |

45 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Operations With Rationa | 1 |

46 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Properties Of Numbers | The Positive Two Digit Integers X And Y Have The Same Digits But In |

47 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Sequences | John Has 10 Pairs Of Matched Socks If He Loses 7 Individual |

48 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Algebraic Expressions | A Total Of S Oranges Are To Be Packaged In Boxes That Will Hold R Oran |

49 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Inequalities | If 0 A B C Which Of The Following Statements Must Be True |

50 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Coordinate Geometry | /In The Xy Plane The Origin O Is The Midpoint Of Line Segment Pq If T |

51 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Simplifying Algebraic Expr | Which Of The Following Equations Is Not Equivalent To 10y |

52 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Statistics | The Table Above Shows The Number Of Packages Shipped Daily By Each Of |

53 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Applied Problems | /Company Q Plans To Make A New Product Next Year And Sell Each Unit Of |

54 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Properties Of Numbers | The Dial Shown Above Is Divided Into Equal Sized Intervals At Which |

55 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Percents | /According To The Table Shown The Estimated Number Of Home Schooled |

56 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Coordinate Geometry | The Graph Of The Equation Xy K Where K 0 Lies In Which Two Of Th |

57 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Applied Problems | When N Liters Of Fuel Was Added To A Tank That Was Already |

58 | PS | Easy | Geometry: Area | The Smaller Rectangle In The Figure Above Represents The Original Size |

59 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Operations With Rationa | 1 |

60 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Applied Problems | /Kevin Invest .. |

61 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Algebraic Expressions | The Harvest Yield From A Certain Apple Orchard Was 350 Bushels Of Appl |

62 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Properties Of Integers | If N Is An Integer Which Of The Following Must Be Even |

63 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Operations With Rational Numbers | The Sum 7 8 1 9 Is Between |

64 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Applied Problems | Car X Averages 25 0 Miles Per Gallon Of Gasoline And Car Y |

65 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Absolute Value; Operati | If Y Is An Integer Then The Least Possible Value Of |

66 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Operations With Radical | Root 80 Root |

67 | PS | Easy | Algebra: First-Degree Equations | In The Equation Above K Is A Constant If Y 17 When X |

68 | PS | Very Hard | Arithmetic: Operations On Radical E | /Which Of The Following Is Greatest |

69 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Applied Problems | /Al And Ben Are Drivers For Sd Trucking Company One Snowy Day Ben Lef |

70 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Applied Problems; Perce | Of The Land Owned By A Farmer 90 Percent Was Cleared For Planting Of |

71 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Applied Problems; Seque | At The Start Of An Experiment A Certain Population Consisted Of |

72 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Operations With Rationa | If 1 3 1 4 1 5 1 6 R 1 9 1 12 1 15 1 18 Then R |

73 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Operations With Rationa | If X And Y Are Positive Integers Such That Y Is A Multiple Of 5 And 3x |

74 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Operations With Radical | Which Of The Following Expressions Can Be Written As An Integer |

75 | PS | Very Hard | Arithmetic: Ratio And Proportion | Four Staff Members At A Certain Company Worked On A Project |

76 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Applied Problems | Pumping Alone At Their Respective Constant Rates One Inlet Pipe Fills |

77 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Coordinate Geometry | In The Xy Coordinate Plane Which Of The Following Points Must Lie On |

78 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Inequalities | If X 2 2 0 Which Of The Following Specifies All The Possible |

79 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Operations With Integer | /Shawana Made A Schedule For Reading Books During 4 Weeks 28 Days Of |

80 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Percents | In Western Europe X Bicycles Were Sold In Each Of The Years 1990 And |

81 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Properties Of Numbers | /If K Is A Positive Integer What Is The Remainder When K 2 K 3 K |

82 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Fractions | Which Of The Following Fractions Is Closest To |

83 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Simplifying Algebraic Expr | If P 0 And P 1 P2 P R P Then R |

84 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Statistics | If The Range Of The Six Numbers |

85 | PS | Easy | Algebra: First-Degree Equations | /What Number Is 108 More Than Two Thirds Of Itself A 72 B 144 C |

86 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Percents | A Doctor Prescribed 18 Cubic Centimeters Of A Certain Drug To A Patien |

87 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Percents | Company P Had 15 Percent More Employees In December Than It |

88 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Functions | The Function F Is Defined By F X X 10 For |

89 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Percents | A Glass Was Filled With 10 Ounces Of Water And 0 01 Ounce |

90 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Operations With Integer | /If M And P Are Positive Integers And M 2 P 2 100 What Is The |

91 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Ratio And Proportion | If X Y C D And D C B A Which Of The Following Must Be True |

92 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Properties Of Numbers | If K Is An Integer And 0 0025 0 025 0 00025 10k Is An Integer W |

93 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Second-Degree Equations | If A A 2 24 And B B 2 24 Where A B Then A B A |

94 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Percents | In A Recent Election Ms Robbins Received 8 000 Votes Cast By Indepen |

95 | PS | Easy | Geometry: Circles, Triangles | In The Figure Shown The Triangle Is Inscribed In The Semicircle If |

96 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Statistics | /A Manufacturer Makes And Sells 2 Products P And Q The Revenue From T |

97 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Applied Problems | On A Certain Day Orangeade Was Made By Mixing A Certain |

98 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Remainders | /A Worker Carries Jugs Of Liquid Soap From A Production Line To A Packi |

99 | PS | Easy | Geometry: Area | The Figure Shown Above Represents A Modern Painting That Consists Of F |

100 | PS | Easy | Algebra: First-Degree Equations; Op | A Certain Fruit Stand Sold Apples For 0 70 Each And Bananas |

101 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Coordinate Geometry | In The Xy Plane What Is The Slope Of The Line With Equation |

102 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Applied Problems | Working Simultaneously And Independently At An Identical Constant Rate |

103 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Ratio And Proportion | At A Certain School The Ratio Of The Number Of Second Grade |

104 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Operations With Integer | /The Symbol Denotes One Of The Four Arithmetic Operations Addition Su |

105 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Measurement Conversion | The Average Distance Between The Sun And A Certain Planet Is |

106 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Percents; First-Degree Equ | If Mn 0 And 25 Percent Of N Equals 37 1 2 Percent Of M What Is The |

107 | PS | Easy | Geometry: Coordinate Geometry; Circ | In The Coordinate Plane A Circle Has Center 2 3 An |

108 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Percents | Last Year Joe Grew 1 Inch And Sally Grew 200 Percent More Than Joe Gre |

109 | PS | Hard | Algebra; Arithmetic: Simplifying Al | The Cost C In Dollars To Remove P Percent Of A Certain Pollutant Fro |

110 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Second-Degree Equations | If Xy 0 And X 2y 2 Xy 6 Which Of The Following Could Be Y In Te |

111 | PS | Hard | Algebra: Simplifying Algebraic Expr | At A Certain Instant In Time The Number Of Cars N |

112 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Operations On Radical E | 4 8 10 9 1 2 Is Closest In Value To |

113 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Applied Problems | Three Printing Presses R S And T Working Together At Th |

114 | PS | Medium | Geometry: Volume | For A Party Three Solid Cheese Balls With Diameters Of 2 Inches 4 In |

115 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Operations On Integers | The Sum Of All The Integers K Such That 26 K 24 Is |

116 | PS | Very Hard | Arithmetic: Absolute Value; Number | The Number Line Shown Contains Three Points R S And T Whose Coordin |

117 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Inequalities | Mark And Ann Together Were Allocated N Boxes Of Cookies To Sell For A |

118 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Sets | A Certain High School Has 5 000 Students Of These Students X Are |

119 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Percents | Yesterday S Closing Prices Of 2 420 Different Stocks Listed |

120 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Sets | Each Person Who Attended A Company Meeting Was Either A Stockholder In |

121 | PS | Hard | Arithmetic: Properties Of Numbers | A Gym Class Can Be Divided Into 8 Teams With An Equal Number |

122 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Percents | /The Table Shows The Amount Budgeted And The Amount Spent For Each Of |

123 | PS | Medium | Geometry: Angles | In The Figure Above Triangle Abc Is Equilateral And Point |

124 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Operations On Rational | At Least 2 3 Of The 40 Members Of A Committee Must Vote In |

125 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Percents | /The Graph Shows The Number Of Computers Assembled During Each Of 6 Con |

126 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Properties Of Numbers | If N 20 17 Then N Is Divisible By Which Of The |

127 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Second-Degree Equations | The Product Of Two Negative Numbers Is 160 If The Lesser Of The Two |

128 | PS | Very Hard | Algebra: Functions | According To A Certain Estimate The Depth N T In Centimeters Of |

129 | PS | Hard | Algebra: Applied Problems | After Driving To A Riverfront Parking Lot Bob Plans To Run |

130 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Applied Problems | Alex Deposited X Dollars Into A New Account |

131 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Estimation | M Is The Sum Of The Reciprocals Of The Consecutive Integers |

132 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Applied Problems | Working Simultaneously At Their Respective Constant Rates M |

133 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Applied Problems | In The Johnsons Monthly Budget The Dollar Amounts Allocate |

134 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Percents | If 1 3 Of The Total Number Of Marbles In The Three Bags Listed In The |

135 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Operations With Rationa | Topic |

136 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Properties Of Numbers | If N Is An Integer Greater Than 6 Which Of The Following Mu |

137 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Statistics | The Table Above Gives The Age Categories Of The 161 Employees At Compa |

138 | PS | Very Hard | Algebra: Simultaneous Equations; In | If X And Y Are Positive Numbers Such That X Y 1 Which Of The |

139 | PS | Very Hard | Arithmetic: Operations With Decimals; Place Value | If X Is The Hundredths Digit In The Decimal 0 1x And If Y Is The |

140 | PS | Very Hard | Arithmetic: Elementary Combinatoric | /Clarissa Will Create Her Summer Reading List By Randomly Choosing 4 Bo |

141 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Properties Of Numbers | If N Is A Positive Integer And The Product Of All Integer |

142 | PS | Very Hard | Arithmetic: Probability | The Probability That Event M Will Not Occur Is 0 8 And The Probability |

143 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Applied Problems | The Total Cost For Company X To Produce A Batch Of Tools I |

144 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Statistics | If Q Is An Odd Number And The Median Of Q Consecutive |

145 | PS | Easy | Geometry: Triangles | A Ladder Of A Fire Truck Is Elevated To An Angle Of 60 And |

146 | PS | Easy | Geometry: Area | The Window In The Figure Above Consists Of A Rectangle And A Semicircl |

147 | PS | Hard | Arithmetic: Properties Of Numbers; | If There Are Fewer Than 8 Zeroes Between The Decimal Point And The |

148 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Elementary Combinatoric | A Three Digit Code For Certain Locks Uses The Digits |

149 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Simultaneous Equations | Jackie Has Two Solutions That Are 2 Percent Sulfuric Acid |

150 | PS | Hard | Algebra: Systems Of Equations | If Jake Loses 8 Pounds He Will Weigh Twice As Much As His |

151 | PS | Hard | Arithmetic: Statistics | For Each Student In A Certain Class A Teacher Adjusted The Student |

152 | PS | Hard | Arithmetic: Applied Problems | Last Year 26 Members Of A Certain Club Traveled To England 26 Members |

153 | PS | Hard | Arithmetic: Percents | A Store Reported Total Sales Of 385 Million For February Of |

154 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Properties Of Numbers | When Positive Integer X Is Divided By Positive Integer Y |

155 | PS | Very Hard | Algebra: Second-Degree Equations; S | If X 2x 1 0 And X 1 2 2x 3 0 Then X |

156 | PS | Hard | Geometry: Perimeter | Figures X And Y Above Show How Eight Identical Triangular Pieces Of Ca |

157 | PS | Very Hard | Algebra: Simultaneous Equations; In | A Certain Experimental Mathematics Program Was Tried Out In 2 Classes |

158 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Statistics | For The Positive Numbers N N 1 N 2 N 4 And N |

159 | PS | Hard | Geometry; Arithmetic: Volume; Ratio | The Interior Of A Rectangular Carton Is Designed By A Certai |

160 | PS | Hard | Algebra: Applied Problems | The Present Ratio Of Students To Teachers At A Certain |

161 | PS | Hard | Arithmetic: Operations With Rationa | What Is The Smallest Integer N For Which 25 N |

162 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Probability | Sixty Percent Of The Members Of A Study Group Are Women And |

163 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Operations On Rational | Each Year For 4 Years A Farmer Increased The Number Of Tree |

164 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Interpretation Of Graph | According To The Chart Shown Which Of The Following Is |

165 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Property Of Numbers | For The Positive Integers A B And K A K B Means That A K |

166 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Statistics | A Certain Characteristic In A Large Population Has A |

167 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Applied Problems | Four Extra Large Sandwiches Of Exactly The Same Size Were Ordered For |

168 | PS | Hard | Algebra: Second-Degree Equations | Which Of The Following Equations Has 1 2 As One Of Its Roots |

169 | PS | Hard | Arithmetic: Percents | In Country C The Unemployment Rate Among Construction Worke |

170 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Probability | In A Box Of 12 Pens A Total Of 3 Are Defective If A Customer Buys |

171 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Statistics | At A Certain Fruit Stand The Price Of Each Apple Is 40 Cents And The |

172 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Percents | A Pharmaceutical Company Received 3 Million In Royalties |

173 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Operations With Integer | /The Light In A Restroom Operates With A 15 Minute Timer That Is Reset |

174 | PS | Easy | Geometry: Quadrilaterals; Triangles | The Parallelogram Shown Has Four Sides Of Equal Length What Is The |

175 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Properties Of Numbers | If P Is The Product Of The Integers From 1 To 30 Inclusiv |

176 | PS | Hard | Arithmetic: Properties Of Numbers | If N 3 8 2 8 Which Of The Following Is Not A Factor Of |

177 | PS | Easy | Geometry: Circles | In The Figure Shown If The Area Of The Shaded Region Is 3 Times |

178 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Properties Of Numbers | Club X Has More Than 10 But Fewer Than 40 Members Sometimes |

179 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Applied Problems | In Order To Complete A Reading Assignment On Time Terry |

180 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Equations | If S 0 And R S 1 2 S What What Is R In Terms Of S |

181 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Properties Of Numbers | If 3 X 100 For How Many Values Of X Is X 3 The Square |

182 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Elementary Combinatoric | A Researcher Plans To Identify Each Participant In A Certain |

183 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Coordinate Geometry | The Graph Of Which Of The Following Equations Is A Straight Line That |

184 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Applied Problems | An Object Thrown Directly Upward Is At A Height Of H Feet |

185 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Inequalities | Which Of The Following Is Equivalent To The Pair Of |

186 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Applied Problems; Simultan | David Has D Books Which Is 3 Times As Many As Jeff And |

187 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Operations On Rational | There Are 8 Teams In A Certain League And Each Team Plays |

188 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Second-Degree Equations | At His Regular Hourly Rate Don Had Estimated The Labour Cos |

189 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Properties Of Numbers | If P Q 1 And P And Q Are Positive Integers Which Of The |

190 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Applied Problems | To Mail A Package The Rate Is X Cents For The First Pound |

191 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Applied Problems | If Money Is Invested At R Percent Interest Compounded Annua |

192 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Estimation | On A Recent Trip Cindy Drove Her Car 290 Miles Rounded T |

193 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Inequalities | Which Of The Following Inequalities Is An Algebraic Expressi |

194 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic; Algebra: Statistics; Ap | In A Small Snack Shop The Average Arithmetic Mean Revenue |

195 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Properties Of Numbers | If Y Is The Smallest Positive Integer Such Tha |

196 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Computation With Intege | If Is The Greatest Integer Less Than Or Equal To X What |

197 | PS | Very Hard | Arithmetic: Operations On Rational | In The First Week Of The Year Nancy Saved |

198 | PS | Hard | Algebra: Simplifying Algebraic Expr | In A Certain Sequence The Term Xn Is Given By The Formula |

199 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Applied Problems | During A Trip Francine Traveled X Percent Of The Tota |

200 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic: Properties Of Numbers | If N 33 43 43 33 What Is The Units Digit Of N |

201 | PS | Very Hard | Arithmetic: Elementary Combinatoric | /Team A And Team B Are Competing Against Each Other In A Game |

202 | PS | Very Hard | Arithmetic: Elementary Combinatoric | A Border Of Uniform Width Is Placed Around A Rectangular |

203 | PS | Very Hard | Arithmetic: Operations On Rational | If D 1 2 3 5 7 Is Expressed As A Terminating Decimal How |

204 | PS | Easy | Algebra; Simplifying Expressions; A | For Any Positive Integer N The Sum Of The First N Positive |

205 | PS | Very Hard | Arithmetic: Properties Of Numbers | How Many Prime Numbers Between 1 And 100 Are Factors Of |

206 | PS | Hard | Algebra: Sequences | A Sequence Of Numbers A1 A2 A3 Is Defined As Follows A1 3 A2 |

207 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Percents | Last Year The Price Per Share Of Stock X Increased By |

208 | PS | Very Hard | Arithmetic: Applied Problems | Of The 300 Subjects Who Participated In An Experiment Using |

209 | PS | Very Hard | Arithmetic: Negative Exponents | If M 1 1 3 Then M 2 Is Equal To |

210 | PS | Very Hard | Arithmetic: Percents | A Photography Dealer Ordered 60 Model X Cameras To Be Sold |

211 | PS | Very Hard | Algebra: Statistics | Seven Pieces Of Rope Have An Average Arithmetic Mean Lengt |

212 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Simplifying Algebraic Expr | What Is The Difference Between The Sixth And The Fifth Terms |

213 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Properties Of Numbers | From The Consecutive Integers 10 To 10 Inclusive |

214 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Elementary Combinatoric | The Letters D G I I And T Can Be Used To Form 5 Letter Strings As |

215 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Simultaneous Equations | Last Sunday A Certain Store Sold Copies Of Newspaper A For |

216 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Operations On Rational | Topic |

217 | PS | Medium | Arithmetic; Algebra: Statistics; Ap | For The Past N Days The Average Arithmetic Mean Daily |

218 | PS | Easy | Geometry: Simple Coordinate Geometr | In The Coordinate System Above Which Of The Following Is |

219 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Applied Problems | If A Two Digit Positive Integer Has Its Digits Reversed The |

220 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Applied Problems | In An Electric Circuit Two Resistors With Resistances X And |

221 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Probability | Xavier Yvonne And Zelda Each Try Independently To Solve |

222 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Second-Degree Equations | If 1 X 1 X 1 1 X 4 Then X Could Be |

223 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Operations On Rational | 1 |

224 | PS | Very Hard | Geometry: Polygons | /The Figure Shown Above Consists Of A Shaded 9 Sided Polygon And 9 Un |

225 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Operations On Rational | List T Consist Of 30 Positive Decimals None Of Which Is An |

226 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Second-Degree Equations | If 5 6 X X Then X Has How Many Possible Values |

227 | PS | Easy | Algebra: Applied Problems | Seed Mixture X Is 40 Percent Ryegrass And 60 Percen |

228 | PS | Medium | Algebra: Inequalities | How Many Of The Integers That Satisfy The Inequality X 2 X |

229 | PS | Very Hard | Arithmetic: Sets | /Of The 150 Houses In A Certain Development 60 Percent Have |

230 | PS | Easy | Arithmetic: Negative Exponents | The Value Of 2 14 2 15 2 16 2 17 5 Is |