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A gym membership is advertised to cost \$630 per year. What is the cost per month of the gym membership?

\$52.50 per month

100

The public library has volunteers shelve books after they have been returned. Lisa shelves 165 books in 25 minutes. Patricia shelves 198 books in 45 minutes. How many books can Lisa shelve each minute?

6.6 Books

100

Mrs. Lynch has noted that 7 out of every 10 pieces of mail she gets are junk mail. What percent of her mail is junk?

7/10 = 70%

100

A kindergarten class has 9 girls and 11 boys. What percent of the class are girls? Round to the nearest whole number.

82%

100

A total of 96 pints of blood were collected at the blood drive. If there are 2 pints per quart How many quarts is this?

48 quarts

200

A nurse sees 24 patients in 5 hours. At this rate, approximately how many patients will the nurse be able to see in an 8-hour period?

38 patients

200

A tube of toothpaste is marked \$3.92 for 8 ounces. What is the price per ounce?

49 cents

200

A teacher’s cabinet has 56 black dry erase markers and 14 red dry erase markers.

Which proportion can be used to determine p, the percent of dry erase markers that are red?

P/100 = 14/70

200

If 4% of packages get lost in the mail, then how many packages will get lost if 2,000 packages are shipped?

80 packages

200

Kevin weighs himself and discovers he weighs 72,400 grams. If there are 1000 grams per kilogram How many kilograms does Kevin weigh?

72.4 kilograms

300

A bag of popcorn contains 483 calories and serves 3.5 people. How many calories are in each serving?

138 calories

300

Which product is the better deal?

60 oz for \$7.20 75 oz for \$8.25

75 oz for 8.25, \$0.11 per oz

300

Maggie is participating in her school reading challenge. She reads 40 books in 6 months. If 26 of the books are fiction, then what percent of the books that she read are fiction?

65%

300

A random survey of the quality of city parks is taken. Sixty-five percent of the people surveyed were pleased with the condition of the parks. If 182 people were pleased, then how many were surveyed?

280 people

300

A fruit juice box contains 6% juice. How is this percent written as a decimal?

0.06

400

Snow fell at a rate of 1/3 of an inch/hour. How much snow fell in a period of 6 hours?

Around 2 inches

400

A baker’s dozen (13) of cookies is on sale for \$4.94. How much does each cookie cost?

\$0.38

400

The Eastside High School marching band is made up of the instrument players and the percussion. If there are 245 members who play instruments and 35 percussion members, then what percent of the marching band is percussion?

35/280 = 12.5%

400

Vision Source has a pair of glasses that are 20% more than the same pair of glasses at ABC Eye. If the glasses are \$85 at ABC Eye, then how much more will you pay at Vision Source?

17 dollars more, or \$102.00 for the other glasses

400

Which set is equivalent to 75%?

A. 7.5 , 75/100

B. 0.75, 3/5

C. 0.75, 15/20

D. 0.075 , 3/4

C

500

Michael Johnson holds the Olympic record for the men’s 400m race at 43 seconds. His personal best for the 300m race is 31. Approximately what is the difference in his two unit rates? (round to tenths place)

0.37

500

A dozen eggs costs \$3.84. At this rate, how much would 50 eggs cost?

\$16

500

There are 80 local little league teams. Thirty percent of them have players under the age of 7. How many teams have players under the age of 7?

24

500

The amusement park has 400 employees. Seventy-two percent of them are part time employees. How many employees work full- time?

112

500

FUN TRIVIA:

What is the tiny, little, plastic piece at the end of a shoelace or hoodie string called?

An aglet!

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