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• 1. Percent Learning Module Lesson 4 Quiz
• 2. Directions&#x2022; 5 total multiple choice questions&#x2022; Read the question&#x2022; Write down your answer&#x2022; Click the right arrow button to see the answer&#x2022; Check your answer&#x2022; Click the right arrow to continue to next question
• 3. DirectionsSolve each of the following questions using atleast more than one strategy for each questionto verify your answer is correct*.* When you advance to the answer, you will see a notewith the most simple way to the instructor to solve thatproblem.
• 4. Question #1 1. How much should you tip at a restaurant ifthe bill was \$43.00? The typical tip rate is 20%. Click the right arrow to check your answer
• 5. Question #1 1. How much should you tip at a restaurant ifthe bill was \$43.00? The typical tip rate is 20%.\$8.60 Click the right arrow to go to question 2 of 5Using the 10% rule we know 10% ofsubtotal \$43.00 is \$4.30. Two 10%s get us20%. Two \$4.30s get us \$8.60
• 6. Question #22. If you go to a restaurant and the bill is \$56.00before the tip, then after adding the tip the totalamount of money you are spending becomes\$72.00. What is the rate of the tip you left?(exclude sales tax for now) Click the right arrow to check your answer
• 7. Question #22. If you go to a restaurant and the bill is \$56.00before the tip, then after adding the tip the totalamount of money you are spending becomes\$72.00. What is the rate of the tip you left?(exclude sales tax for now) Click the right arrow to29% go to question 3 of 5Using the percent of change equation, we can findthe difference from the starting subtotal and endingtotal of (72-56=16). If we divide the \$16 change bythe starting subtotal \$56, we will get 29%.
• 8. Question #33. If you take a test and get 12 questions right,what is your percent if there were 15 questionspossible? Click the right arrow to check your answer
• 9. Question #33. If you take a test and get 12 questions right,what is your percent if there were 15 questionspossible?80% Click the right arrow to go to question 4 of 5Using the percent proportion, we can set up12/15 as one rate and another rate as x/100.When we cross multiply and solve, we will findx=80%.
• 10. Question #44. If you take a 30-question test and score80%, how many questions did you get correct? Click the right arrow to check your answer
• 11. Question #44. If you take a 30-question test and score 80%,how many questions did you get correct?24 questions Click the right arrow to go to question 5 of 5Using the percent proportion, you can create arate of x/30 and another rate of 80/100. Afterwe cross multiply and solve, x= 24.
• 12. Question #55. If you take a test and get a score of 80%, how many questions were possible if you got 30 questions correct? Click the right arrow to check your answer
• 13. Question #55. If you take a test and get a score of 80%, how many questions were possible if you got 30 questions correct?37.5 questions Click the right arrow to continueIf we use the percent proportion, we can use arate of 80/100 and another rate of 30/x. Afterwe cross multiply and solve, x=37.5
• 14. NEXT&#x2022; If you missed more than one question &#x2013; Make sure you understand why you missed it &#x2013; If you can&#x2019;t do that, then watch Lesson 1 again. &#x2013; If that doesn&#x2019;t work, then look online. &#x2013; If that doesn&#x2019;t work, then notify the instructor via email or in person&#x2022; If you missed 1 question or less, CONGRATS! &#x2013; Move on to Lesson 4.