# JHS Mathematics Test

# JHS Mathematics Test

- December 8, 2020
- Posted by: Michael Amankwah

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Welcome to your JHS Mathematics Test

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1. Find the least Common Multiples of 7, 14 and 18. 7141 1764 252 126

2. Write 98 as product of its prime factors. 2×7 2 x 2×7 x7 2 x 2 ×7 2×7 x 7

3. What is the value of 7in the number 832713? Seven thousand Seven hundred Seventy Seven

4. Which of the following is arranged in ascending order? -23, -38, 6, 12 6, 12, -23, -38 -38, 6, -23, 12 -38, -23, 6, 12

5. A farmer has 2048 pineapple suckers, he plants 8 pineapples in a row. How many rows can be planted? 256 194 176 109

6. If Y=595 and Z=7071, find the sum of Y and Z. 6466 7566 7666 12,021

7. Find the product of prime numbers less than 10. 175 210 105 1890

8. Find the highest common factor 0f 36 and 120. 3 6 10 12

9. Simplify (46 × 102) + (102 × 54) 1020 10200 102000 1020000

10. The difference between two numbers is 105. If the bigger number is 343, find the smaller number 238 448 216 230

11. Simplify 11-(11-4)+3 -9 -17 7 9

12. Simplify 16 + 5.6 +0.681 2.2281 22.281 22.81 2228.1

13. Find the next two numbers in the sequence 2, 5, 9, 14, 20, _____, _____ 26, 34 26, 35 27, 34 27, 35

14. What property of addition does the statement a+( b + c ) = ( a + b)+c, where a, b, c are real numbers? Distributive Commutative Closure Associative

15. Which of the following numbers is the prime number greater than 23? 17 29 35 44

16. What number can be added to 363 to make the sum equal to the product of 15 and 32? 108 117 144 160

17. A farmer left home at 4:35am and arrived on his farm at 6:18am. How long did he take to get to his farm? 1hr 23mins 1hr 43mins 3hrs 43mins 10hrs 53mins

18. Divide 1.612 by 0.4. 4.3 4.03 0.403 0.43

19. In a school of 940 pupils, the number of girls exceeds the number of boys by 150. How many girls are there in the school? 620 545 470 395

20. A length of a ribbon is 16.8m long. How many ribbons 0.36m long can be cut from it? 0.46 4.60 46 460

21. In an examination 60% of the candidates passed. The number of candidates who passed was 240. How many failed? 120 160 180 200

22. Express 30cm as a percentage of 2m. 12% 14% 15% 20%

23. Kwame can buy 15 shirts at GH₵4.00 each. If the price is increased to GH₵5.00 each, how many shirts can he buy? 20 18 15 12

24. Eight copies of books cost GH₵16.00. find the cost of five copies. GH₵2. 00 GH₵3.20 GH₵5.00 GH₵10.00

25. Felix paid GH₵2,700.00 for a TV set after he had been given a discount of 10%. Find the marked price. GH₵6,000.00 GH₵4,000.00 GH₵3,000.00 GH₵2,800.00

26. A trader received a commission of 25% on the sales he made in a month. His commission was GH₵1800.00. find his total sales for the month. GH₵7200.00 GH₵8200.00 GH₵9200.00 GH₵10200.00

27. Araba bought an electric cooker for GH₵540.00 at a discount of 10%. Find the actual price of the electric cooker. GH₵800.00 GH₵740.00 GH₵600.00 GH₵500.00

28. In a science experiment the length of a spring increased by 40 cm to 2 m. Find the percentage increase in the length of the spring. 2% 4% 6% 8%

29. A factory produces video tapes at a cost of 88Gp and sells them for GHC 1.10. Find the percentage increase? 25% 27% 35% 37%

30. A woman sold 30% of her items. Express the percentage of items not sold in decimals. 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9

31. Express 12.5% as a decimal.

32. A garden has an area of 400 m square . if there is a lawn in the garden which is 30% of the garden. Calculate the area of the lawn.

33. Water was poured into a jug. The jug was three-quarters full when the water was poured into it . What percentage of the jug was filled with water?

34. James needs another 40 football stickers to complete his collection. There is a total of 500 stickers in the collection. What percentage of the collection does he have already?

35. An article which cost GH¢25.00 was sold for GH¢35.00. Find the percentage profit made.

36. A set of furniture cost GH¢2500.00 when sold made a profit of 20%. Find the selling price.

37. A woman sold an article for GH¢2000.00 and made a profit of 25%. Find the cost price of the article.

38. In how many years will GH¢5000.00 yield a simple interest of GH¢1000.00 at a rate of 5% per annum.

39. At what rate of simple interest will GH¢5000.00 amount to GH¢7500.00 if saved for 5 years.

40. Mr. Amin saved GH¢4500.00 at a simple interest rate of 25% per annum for 4 years. Calculate the interest he earned on his savings.