The following are the Math Questions in 2017 Civil Service Exam. This can serve as your reviewer to the upcoming Civil Service Examination.

DIRECTION: Answer the following questions by observation or computation. You may use the margins of the page for your computations. On your Answer Sheet, shade completely the bubble that corresponds

to your answer.

21. 27, 499 round to the nearest hundred is ?

a. 27, 400

b. 27, 500

c. 27, 000

d. 28, 000

22. Twenty-four weeks is how many days?

a. 140

b. 168

c. 176

d. 196

23. Five hundred ninety-five days is how many weeks?

a. 119

b. 95

c. 85

d. 75

24. Eighteen bus loads of 56 students each went to join the Independence Day Celebration. One hundred seventy-four did not go. How many students are there in all?

a. 160

b. 1282

c. 180

d. 1182

25. Richard bowled 3 games and got scores of 139, 153, and 128. What was his average score for the three games?

a. 130

b. 140

c. 150

d. 160

26. What time will it be 3 and 1/2 hours after 7:15 PM?

a. 3:45 AM

b. 10:45 AM

c. 3:45 PM

d. 10:45 PM

27. What time was it 3 and 1/2 hours before 7:15 AM?

a. 3:45 AM

b. 10:45 AM

c. 3:45 PM

d. 10:45 PM

28. The fraction 52 / 91 expressed in lowest term is ?

a. 4/7

b. 2/3

c. 3/7

d. 7/13

29. Car A averages 8 km per liter of fuel. Car B averages 12 km per liter of fuel. If the price of fuel is $10 per liter. How much less would a 600 – km. trip cost for Car A than for Car B?

a. $ 250

b. $ 500

c. $ 600

d. $ 750

30. 40 is what part of 64?

a. 7/8

b. 3/8

c. 5/8

d. 1 and 3/5

31. Change 13 3/7 to an improper fraction.

a. 91/7

b. 39/7

c. 273/7

d. 94/7

32. What is the average speed in kph of a car travelling 160 kilometers in 5 hours?

a. 32

b. 40

c. 80

d. 90

33. 3/4 + 1/6 + 1/8 = ?

a. 5/8

b. 1 and 1/24

c. 1/16

d. 3/8

34. 15 1/3 – 8 3/4 = ?

a. 6 and 7/12

b. 7 and 2/3

c. 8 and 2/7

d. 7 and 2/7

35. 8 inches is what part of a foot?

a. 2/3

b. 7/12

c. 4/5

d. 5/6

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