# What are the words for 40,51 - Expert Answers

Exam: 084079RR - Pharmacy Arithmetic

1. What are the words for 40,517?

A. Forty thousand, five hundred seventeen

B. Forty thousand, fifty-one seven

C. Four thousand, fifty-one seven

D. Four thousand, five hundred seventeen

2. Which of the following is a true statement?

A. 1,208 = 1,802

B. 782 = 783

C. 410 350

D. 754 < 267

3.

4. Which of the following statements is true?

A. 558 × 0 = 558

B. 1 × 575 = 595

C. 40 × 35 = 35 × 40

D. 20 × 15 = 15 × 2

5. Which of the following is a false statement?

A. 74 = 47

B. 326 < 541

C. 586 < 686

D. 21 19

6. What is the number for thirty-five thousand, six hundred twenty-four?

A. 35,246

B. 3,562

C. 350,624

D. 35,624

7. What is the sum of

9. What is 127 divided by 4?

A. 31 R3

B. 31 R4

C. 31 R5

D. 32 R1

10. Express 0.5% as a fraction.

11. 3,278 + 1,506 = ?

A. 4,248

B. 3,874

C. 4,984

D. 4,784

12. The Arabic numeral 24 is the Roman numeral

A. xxiv.

B. xiv.

C. xxv.

D. xxix.

13. 0.651 + 0.233 = ?

A. 0.265

B. 0.884

C. 1.087

D. 0.623

14. What is the sum of 667 and 23?

A. 644

B. 154

C. 690

D. 29

15. Which of the following expressions represents 33%?

16. What is the decimal for two hundredths?

A. 0.02

B. 200

C. 0.20

D. 0.002

17. A patient paid $188 for prescriptions filled in January through April; $296 for prescriptions filled in May through August; and $305 for prescriptions filled in September through December. How much did the patient spend on prescriptions for the year?

A. $897

B. $986

C. $789

D. $798

18. What is the fraction

19. Which of the following fractions is an example of a proper fraction?

20. What is the difference between 755 and 57?

A. 702

B. 590

C. 698

D. 812

Exam: 084078RR - Pre-Algebra

1. If you can buy 12 cans of juice for $8, how much will 18 cans cost?

A. $24

B. $10

C. $12

D. $18

2. What is the solution for the equation 3x + 6 = 12?

A. x = 9

B. x = 1

C. x = 6

D. x = 2

3. What is the correct value of (30) multiplied by (40)?

A. 70

B. 1,020

C. 1,200

D. 120

4. Solve the following equation: 5x = 80.

A. x = 12

B. x = 40

C. x = 16

D. x = 25

5. If you buy 6 boxes of cereal for $10, how much will 9 boxes of cereal cost?

A. $15

B. $18

C. $12

D. $17

6. There's a bag containing 16 red balls and 20 blue balls. What is the ratio of blue balls to the total number

of balls?

A. 16 : 20

B. 20 : 36

C. 16 : 36

D. 20 : 16

7. A family travels for 7 hours at a rate of 55 miles per hour. How far do they travel?

A. 280 miles

B. 385 miles

C. 380 miles

D. 285 miles

8. The temperature outside is 77 degrees Fahrenheit. What is the temperature on the Celsius scale?

A. 40 degrees

B. 75 degrees

C. 60 degrees

D. 25 degrees

9. Solve for x: 27x - 3 = 105.

A. 6

B. 4

C. 8

D. 5

10. Two gallons equals how many pints?

A. 12

B. 8

C. 20

D. 16

11. How many pints is 4 liters?

A. 0.21

B. 8.4

C. 0.84

D. 4

12. One pint equals how many fluid ounces?

A. 2

B. 8

C. 10

D. 16

13. A certain mixture calls for 6 mg of amoxycillin to 15 liters of water. How many liters of water would you need for 12 mg of amoxycillin?

A. 60 liters

B. 6 liters

C. 10 liters

D. 30 liters

14. How much interest will Mary owe if she borrows $2,000 at a rate of 6% for 2 years?

A. $12

B. $24

C. $240

D. $120

15. Which of the following is equal to 500 milliliters?

A. 0.05 deciliters

B. 0.5 deciliters

C. 50 deciliters

D. 5 deciliters

16. Solve the following equation: 2y = 32.

A. y = 64

B. y = 30

C. y = 16

D. y = 34

17. How many feet is 4 miles?

A. 21,120 feet

B. 15,840 feet

C. 1,760 feet

D. 5,280 feet

18. One kilogram equals how many pounds?

A. 2.204

B. 1,000

C. 326

D. 3.527

19. Solve the equation 2x + 5 = 25.

A. x = 25

B. x = 20

C. x = 15

D. x = 10

20. The temperature on the Celsius scale is 95°. What is the temperature on the Fahrenheit scale?

A. 171°

B. 113°

C. 230°

D. 203°

Exam: 084077RR - Prescriptions

1. The Latin word recipe means

A. "mix together."

B. "dispense."

C. "take thou."

D. "prescribe."

2. Select the abbreviation which means "at once."

A. ss

B. stat

C. a.c.

D. Sig.

3. Which of the following abbreviations means "after meals"?

A. p.r.n.

B. a.c.

C. q.s.

D. p.c.

4. Select the abbreviation which means "at bedtime."

A. h.s.

B. p.c.

C. ft.

D. stat

5. What action requires pharmacists to keep a record of receipt and disposal of certain drugs?

A. The creation of the Drug Enforcement Agency

B. The Controlled Substances Act

C. The Durham-Humphrey Act

D. The Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act

6. How may the prescriber prevent the substitution of a generic drug for a brand name drug?

A. Write on the prescription "d.a.p."

B. Write on the prescription "dispense as written"

C. Write on the prescription "use brand name for refills"

D. Write on the prescription "dispense a therapeutic equivalent"

7. A medication order is written by a

A. laboratory technician.

B. pharmacy technician.

C. nurse.

D. physician.

8. In order to minimize noncompliance by the patient, the _______ should instruct the patient on how to

take the medication.

A. laboratory technician

B. nurse

C. pharmacy technician

D. prescriber

9. The word "Sig." on a prescription signifies what part of the prescription?

A. Name of the medication

B. Directions to the pharmacist

C. Strength of the medication

D. Directions to the patient

10. Some prescription blanks have a space for a number called the DEA number. What is this number?

A. The Drug Enforcement Agency number of the prescriber

B. The number of times the medicine can be refilled

C. The number of drugs to be dispensed

D. The quantity of the medicine to be refilled

11. The indication for refills on a prescription means

A. what dosage form of medicine to dispense.

B. the patient can request as much medicine as needed until the condition improves.

C. the exact number of times that the medicine can be obtained after the dispensing of the original prescription.

D. how much to charge the patient for the medicine.

12. Which of the following would be an example of noncompliance to drug therapy?

A. Taking a drug for the required length of time

B. Taking a drug that's hard to swallow

C. Taking a drug each morning as the instructions say

D. Taking a drug not prescribed

13. A compounded prescription is one in which the medicine

A. is prepared by the patient.

B. has been previously prepared by the manufacturer.

C. is not to be dispensed to the patient.

D. is prepared and dispensed by the pharmacy technician or pharmacist.

14. The word "dispense" on a prescription is sometimes abbreviated as "disp." This is what part of the prescription?

A. Directions to the pharmacist

B. Strength of the medication

C. Name of the medication

D. Directions for refilling

15. A Latin prescription written as "M. powder and liquid with aq. into caps" is translated into English as

A. "mix powder and liquid with water into capsules."

B. "let be made powders and liquids into tablets."

C. "mix powder and liquid into capsules before meals."

D. "dispense powders and liquid with water into capsules."

16. Which of the following would be an example of compliance in drug therapy?

A. Taking the drug according to the instructions on the label

B. Not taking a drug because it tastes bad

C. Not taking the drug because the effect didn't appear yet

D. Taking the drug at the wrong times of day

17. Select the abbreviation which means "don't refill."

A. p.c.

B. n.r.

C. F.

D. q.h.

18. The generic name of a drug is also known as the _______ name.

A. brand

B. nonproprietary

C. trade

D. proprietary

19. The prescription number is the same as the _______ number.

A. label

B. generic

C. NDC

D. FDA

20. Which of the following drugs can be prescribed over the telephone?

A. Schedule II and III drugs

B. Schedule II and IV drugs

C. Schedule IV and V drugs

D. Schedule I and II drugs

1. What are the words for 40,517?

A. Forty thousand, five hundred seventeen

B. Forty thousand, fifty-one seven

C. Four thousand, fifty-one seven

D. Four thousand, five hundred seventeen

2. Which of the following is a true statement?

A. 1,208 = 1,802

B. 782 = 783

C. 410 350

D. 754 < 267

3.

4. Which of the following statements is true?

A. 558 × 0 = 558

B. 1 × 575 = 595

C. 40 × 35 = 35 × 40

D. 20 × 15 = 15 × 2

5. Which of the following is a false statement?

A. 74 = 47

B. 326 < 541

C. 586 < 686

D. 21 19

6. What is the number for thirty-five thousand, six hundred twenty-four?

A. 35,246

B. 3,562

C. 350,624

D. 35,624

7. What is the sum of

9. What is 127 divided by 4?

A. 31 R3

B. 31 R4

C. 31 R5

D. 32 R1

10. Express 0.5% as a fraction.

11. 3,278 + 1,506 = ?

A. 4,248

B. 3,874

C. 4,984

D. 4,784

12. The Arabic numeral 24 is the Roman numeral

A. xxiv.

B. xiv.

C. xxv.

D. xxix.

13. 0.651 + 0.233 = ?

A. 0.265

B. 0.884

C. 1.087

D. 0.623

14. What is the sum of 667 and 23?

A. 644

B. 154

C. 690

D. 29

15. Which of the following expressions represents 33%?

16. What is the decimal for two hundredths?

A. 0.02

B. 200

C. 0.20

D. 0.002

17. A patient paid $188 for prescriptions filled in January through April; $296 for prescriptions filled in May through August; and $305 for prescriptions filled in September through December. How much did the patient spend on prescriptions for the year?

A. $897

B. $986

C. $789

D. $798

18. What is the fraction

19. Which of the following fractions is an example of a proper fraction?

20. What is the difference between 755 and 57?

A. 702

B. 590

C. 698

D. 812

Exam: 084078RR - Pre-Algebra

1. If you can buy 12 cans of juice for $8, how much will 18 cans cost?

A. $24

B. $10

C. $12

D. $18

2. What is the solution for the equation 3x + 6 = 12?

A. x = 9

B. x = 1

C. x = 6

D. x = 2

3. What is the correct value of (30) multiplied by (40)?

A. 70

B. 1,020

C. 1,200

D. 120

4. Solve the following equation: 5x = 80.

A. x = 12

B. x = 40

C. x = 16

D. x = 25

5. If you buy 6 boxes of cereal for $10, how much will 9 boxes of cereal cost?

A. $15

B. $18

C. $12

D. $17

6. There's a bag containing 16 red balls and 20 blue balls. What is the ratio of blue balls to the total number

of balls?

A. 16 : 20

B. 20 : 36

C. 16 : 36

D. 20 : 16

7. A family travels for 7 hours at a rate of 55 miles per hour. How far do they travel?

A. 280 miles

B. 385 miles

C. 380 miles

D. 285 miles

8. The temperature outside is 77 degrees Fahrenheit. What is the temperature on the Celsius scale?

A. 40 degrees

B. 75 degrees

C. 60 degrees

D. 25 degrees

9. Solve for x: 27x - 3 = 105.

A. 6

B. 4

C. 8

D. 5

10. Two gallons equals how many pints?

A. 12

B. 8

C. 20

D. 16

11. How many pints is 4 liters?

A. 0.21

B. 8.4

C. 0.84

D. 4

12. One pint equals how many fluid ounces?

A. 2

B. 8

C. 10

D. 16

13. A certain mixture calls for 6 mg of amoxycillin to 15 liters of water. How many liters of water would you need for 12 mg of amoxycillin?

A. 60 liters

B. 6 liters

C. 10 liters

D. 30 liters

14. How much interest will Mary owe if she borrows $2,000 at a rate of 6% for 2 years?

A. $12

B. $24

C. $240

D. $120

15. Which of the following is equal to 500 milliliters?

A. 0.05 deciliters

B. 0.5 deciliters

C. 50 deciliters

D. 5 deciliters

16. Solve the following equation: 2y = 32.

A. y = 64

B. y = 30

C. y = 16

D. y = 34

17. How many feet is 4 miles?

A. 21,120 feet

B. 15,840 feet

C. 1,760 feet

D. 5,280 feet

18. One kilogram equals how many pounds?

A. 2.204

B. 1,000

C. 326

D. 3.527

19. Solve the equation 2x + 5 = 25.

A. x = 25

B. x = 20

C. x = 15

D. x = 10

20. The temperature on the Celsius scale is 95°. What is the temperature on the Fahrenheit scale?

A. 171°

B. 113°

C. 230°

D. 203°

Exam: 084077RR - Prescriptions

1. The Latin word recipe means

A. "mix together."

B. "dispense."

C. "take thou."

D. "prescribe."

2. Select the abbreviation which means "at once."

A. ss

B. stat

C. a.c.

D. Sig.

3. Which of the following abbreviations means "after meals"?

A. p.r.n.

B. a.c.

C. q.s.

D. p.c.

4. Select the abbreviation which means "at bedtime."

A. h.s.

B. p.c.

C. ft.

D. stat

5. What action requires pharmacists to keep a record of receipt and disposal of certain drugs?

A. The creation of the Drug Enforcement Agency

B. The Controlled Substances Act

C. The Durham-Humphrey Act

D. The Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act

6. How may the prescriber prevent the substitution of a generic drug for a brand name drug?

A. Write on the prescription "d.a.p."

B. Write on the prescription "dispense as written"

C. Write on the prescription "use brand name for refills"

D. Write on the prescription "dispense a therapeutic equivalent"

7. A medication order is written by a

A. laboratory technician.

B. pharmacy technician.

C. nurse.

D. physician.

8. In order to minimize noncompliance by the patient, the _______ should instruct the patient on how to

take the medication.

A. laboratory technician

B. nurse

C. pharmacy technician

D. prescriber

9. The word "Sig." on a prescription signifies what part of the prescription?

A. Name of the medication

B. Directions to the pharmacist

C. Strength of the medication

D. Directions to the patient

10. Some prescription blanks have a space for a number called the DEA number. What is this number?

A. The Drug Enforcement Agency number of the prescriber

B. The number of times the medicine can be refilled

C. The number of drugs to be dispensed

D. The quantity of the medicine to be refilled

11. The indication for refills on a prescription means

A. what dosage form of medicine to dispense.

B. the patient can request as much medicine as needed until the condition improves.

C. the exact number of times that the medicine can be obtained after the dispensing of the original prescription.

D. how much to charge the patient for the medicine.

12. Which of the following would be an example of noncompliance to drug therapy?

A. Taking a drug for the required length of time

B. Taking a drug that's hard to swallow

C. Taking a drug each morning as the instructions say

D. Taking a drug not prescribed

13. A compounded prescription is one in which the medicine

A. is prepared by the patient.

B. has been previously prepared by the manufacturer.

C. is not to be dispensed to the patient.

D. is prepared and dispensed by the pharmacy technician or pharmacist.

14. The word "dispense" on a prescription is sometimes abbreviated as "disp." This is what part of the prescription?

A. Directions to the pharmacist

B. Strength of the medication

C. Name of the medication

D. Directions for refilling

15. A Latin prescription written as "M. powder and liquid with aq. into caps" is translated into English as

A. "mix powder and liquid with water into capsules."

B. "let be made powders and liquids into tablets."

C. "mix powder and liquid into capsules before meals."

D. "dispense powders and liquid with water into capsules."

16. Which of the following would be an example of compliance in drug therapy?

A. Taking the drug according to the instructions on the label

B. Not taking a drug because it tastes bad

C. Not taking the drug because the effect didn't appear yet

D. Taking the drug at the wrong times of day

17. Select the abbreviation which means "don't refill."

A. p.c.

B. n.r.

C. F.

D. q.h.

18. The generic name of a drug is also known as the _______ name.

A. brand

B. nonproprietary

C. trade

D. proprietary

19. The prescription number is the same as the _______ number.

A. label

B. generic

C. NDC

D. FDA

20. Which of the following drugs can be prescribed over the telephone?

A. Schedule II and III drugs

B. Schedule II and IV drugs

C. Schedule IV and V drugs

D. Schedule I and II drugs

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