FREE CCAT Finastra Assessment Test Questions and Answers

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One cookbook costs $9.50. Marie plans to purchase three cookbooks. How much will she be required to pay when she checks out at the store?

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Explanation
A cookbook costs $9.50, so 3 cookbooks cost $28.50.

50 kids purchased tickets for the ghost train event on Monday. How many tickets were sold over the course of those two days if 30% more kids purchased a ticket for this attraction on the following Tuesday?

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Explanation
30% of 50 equals 15% of 100, so 15. By adding up the 50 children on Monday and 50-15 children on Tuesday, we get a total of 115 children.

Martin desires to purchase some chocolate ice cream. A single ice ball costs $1.50, but if you buy three, you get the fourth one free as part of a deal. Martin wants to buy himself and his girlfriend each four scoops of ice cream. How much would it cost him?

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Explanation
By purchasing 8 scoops of ice cream in total, Martin pays only the price equivalent to 6 scoops. So, he pays 6 times $1.50, which equals to $9.

What is the smallest of the following values?

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48 is 80% of?

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Explanation
80% of 60 equals 48. The easiest way to do this calculation is to report to 10, 8 versus 10, then multiply by 6 to get to 48 and 60.

20 is 20% of?

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Explanation
20 = 20% of x
where x is the unknown number we are trying to find.
We can rewrite 20% as a decimal by dividing it by 100:
20 = 0.2x
To solve for x, we can divide both sides of the equation by 0.2:
x = 20 รท 0.2
x = 100
Therefore, 20 is 20% of 100.

What is the highest value out of the following?

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