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### 6332 lesson4quiz

1. 1. Percent Learning Module Lesson 4 Quiz
2. 2. Directions• 5 total multiple choice questions• Read the question• Write down your answer• Click the right arrow button to see the answer• Check your answer• Click the right arrow to continue to next question
3. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 14. NEXT• If you missed more than one question – Make sure you understand why you missed it – If you can’t do that, then watch Lesson 1 again. – If that doesn’t work, then look online. – If that doesn’t work, then notify the instructor via email or in person• If you missed 1 question or less, CONGRATS! – Move on to Lesson 4.