Police Math Quiz

October 28th, 2020

Welcome to your Police Math Quiz

1. Mr. Robinson’s bail was set at $14,000. The judge declared that 15% must be paid in cash before he can be released. How much should Mr. Robinson pay?
2. A driver was found speeding and, as the vehicle stopped, it skidded 10 feet and 14 inches. The accident report states that only inches should be listed. How many inches was the vehicle speeding for?
3. Los Angeles Police Department has, on review, 10 male officers to every 4 female officers. What is the ratio of male:female officers in the department?
4. A squad car chased a target vehicle for 160 miles at a speed of 80 miles per hour. Upon reprimanding the suspect, they returned to the police station at 40 miles per hour. In total, what is the average speed per hour that the squad car traveled?
5. A flying object has traveled a total distance of 1,800 miles in 20 days flying 12 hours each day. What is the average speed that the flying object was traveling?
6. The average salary of a police officer in Arizona is $52,674, which is 11 percent more than the national average. What is the national average?
7. Two-fifths of police officers at New York Police Department are female. If there are 36,000 police officers, how many officers are male?
8. As of 2019, San Antonio Police Department covers an area of 465.4 square miles, with a population of approximately 1.5 million. On average, how many people live in 12 square miles of San Antonio Police Department?
9. The odometer on a squad car shows that the police officer traveled 1,478 miles over the past 12 days. On average, how many miles are covered in 5 days?
10. A victim of theft was lucky to have 40% of her stolen money returned. If she received $60, how much was originally stolen from her?


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