FREE CPCA Basic Math Question and Answers

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Peter rides the elevator up to the 10th floor starting from the ground floor. After that, Peter descends two stories and ascends eight. On what floor is Peter?

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Explanation:
10 - 2 + 8 = 16

Rectify the problems below:

18 - 3 + (- 5) =

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Explanation:
18 - 3 + (- 5)
18 -3 - 5
18 - 8 = 10

In order to make a withdrawal from her account, Amy visits her bank. She has $527.41 left over. She takes out $250.00. How much money still remains in her account after the withdrawal?

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Explanation:
$527.41 - $250 = $277.41

In the year 2020, Mary earned a monthly salary of $48,200, with 14% of that amount being deducted for income taxes. Her monthly pay in 2021 was $51,800, with 16% of that amount being deducted for income taxes. What was her typical take-home income from 2020 to 21?

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Explanation:
The take-home wage for each of the two years, 2020 and 2021, must first be determined.
Mary made the following tax payments in 2020: $48,200 x .14 = $6,748
$48,200 - $6,748 = $41,452 take-home pay for 2020
Mary made the following tax payments in 2021: $51,800 x .16 = $8,288
$51,800 - $8,288 = $43,512
To find the average for the two years, add $41,452 and $43,512 and then divide by 2:
$41,452 + $43,512 = $84,964
$84,964 ÷ 2 = $42,482

Officer Berman covered 1,320 miles on his patrol motorcycle over the course of ten days. How many miles did he average per day if he traveled 105 miles in one day?

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Explanation:
To find the distance traveled over the course of the additional nine days, first subtract 105 from 1,320: 1,320 - 105 = 1,215
Divide 1,215 by nine days to find the average per day:
1,215 ÷ 9 = 135 miles per day

In the nearby public schools, Officer Johnson frequently serves as a drug-use prevention officer. He does three school visits per week for 40 weeks of the year. In a year, how many schools does he visit?

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Explanation:
3 schools a week x 40 weeks = 120 school visits

A suspect in a robbery has been detained. The bond amount, in this case, has been imposed by the judge at $1 million. To issue a bail bond, the bail bondsman needs to have a 10% deposit. How much of the $1,000,000 must the robbery suspect pay to obtain the bail bond?

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Explanation:
$1,000.000 x .1 = $100,000

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