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**1.** . An object moves in a straight line from position X_{1} = 2 m to another position X_{2} = 17 m during 3 seconds. What is the rate of position change?

- 19/3 m/s
- 17/3 m/s
- 5 m/s
- 3 m/s

**Correct Answer: C**

**2.** . A heart rate monitor gives the value 78. This means the heart of the patient beats.

- 78 times in total during the measurement process
- 78 times per minute
- 78 times per second
- Once in every 78 seconds

**Correct Answer: B**

**3.** . The price of an item dropped from $378 to $333 in three years. What was the annual rate of price drop?

- $15/year
- $111/year
- $126/year
- $45/year

**Correct Answer: A**

**4.** . The annual growth rate of a plant is 0.6 m/year. What is the actual height of the plant if its weight 4 years ago was 4.1 m?

- 4.7 m
- 1.5 m
- 6.7 m
- 6.5 m

**Correct Answer: D**

**5.** . What is the actual capital of a customer deposited in a bank if he will have $52,000 in total after two years? The annual interest rates of the bank are 2%.

- $48,000
- $50,000
- $51,000
- $54,000

**Correct Answer: B**

**6.** . A factory has 125 workers and they can produce 500 pairs of shoes in a day. What is the associated rate of shows/worker daily rate?

- 0.25
- 4
- 0.2
- 5

**Correct Answer: A**

**7.** . One of the quantities (the smallest) forming a golden ratio is 20. What is the value of the other (the biggest) quantity rounded to the nearest hundredth?

- 32
- 32.4
- 12.5
- 20

**Correct Answer: B**

**8.** . What is the rate of position change in the graph below?

- 220 m/s
- 16 m/s
- 11 m/s
- 5 m/s

**Correct Answer: C**

**9.** . A painting is 55 cm long and Y cm wide. Its dimension form a golden ratio with each other. What is the width of the painting? (Width is shorter)

- 86 cm
- 64 cm
- 50 cm
- 34 cm

**Correct Answer: D**

**10.** . 24 L of water flow in a minute through an open tap. What is the flow rate in litres per second?

- 40 L/s
- 4 L/s
- 2.5 L/s
- 0.4 L/s

**Correct Answer: D**

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