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When Sally went bowling, her scores were 108, 72, and 95. If she bowls a 4th game, what will her score need to be to give her an average of 91?

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Last month, the online price of a powered ride-on car was $250. This month, the online price is$330. What is the percent of increase for the price of the car?

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Billy's car gets 25 miles per gallon of gas. If Wilmington, DE is 150 miles away, how many gallons of gas is he going to need to get to Wilmington and come back home?

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Which list of numbers is ordered from least to greatest value?

$$A.\frac{1}{20},4.1\times10^{-1},4.8\%,\sqrt{4}$$

$$B.4.8\%,\frac{1}{20},4.1\times10^{-1},\sqrt{4}$$

$$C.\frac{1}{20},\sqrt{4},4.1\times10^{-1},4.8\%$$

$$D.4.1\times10^{-1},\frac{1}{20},\sqrt{4},4.8\%$$

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In the auditorium there are second third ,fourth and fifth graders. One sixth of the students are fifth graders, one third are fourth graders and one fourth of the remaining students are second graders. If there are 96 students in the auditorium, how many are second graders? what fraction of the students are second graders

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Hayden says that $$\frac{3}{2}$$ is a whole number because it does not repeat as a decimal. Is he correct? Why or why not?

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In 2015, the number of graduating seniors taking the ACT exam was 1,924,887. In 2011, a total of 1,612,665 graduating seniors took the exam. By what percent did the number increase over this period of time?

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Convert $$132\text{ cm}^2$$ into square inches. When appropriate, round your answer off to the nearest thousandth.

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The price of a technology stock has risen to $9.85 today. Yesterday's price was$9.72. Find the percentage increase. Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent.

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Mr. Kendrick had a $100 bill to buy meat for a family gathering. He bought two briskets for$13.50 each, eight pounds of sausage of $31.94, and six chickens for$20.16.

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Sam wants to buy a remote control dune buggy that is 30% off. The original price is $200.11. What is amount of discount(nearest penny)? Q: The men's 110-meter hurdles is an event in the Olympic games. The distance from the starting line to the first hurdle is 13.72 meters. The distance from the first hurdle to the second hurdle is 9.14 meters. What is the total distance from the starting line to the second hurdle? Q: In a city, the record monthly high temperature for March is $$56^{\circ}\text{F}$$. The record monthly low temperature for March is $$-4^{\circ}\text{F}$$. What is the range of temperatures for the month of march? Q: x+9=10 Q: Makayla has$740 to spend at a bicycle store for some new gear and biking outfits. Assume all prices listed include tax. She buys a new bicycle for $465.34. She buys 4 bicycle reflectors for$13.25 each and a pair of bike gloves for $18.12. She plans to spend some or all of the money she has left to buy new biking outfits for$25.69 each. What is the greatest number of outfits Makayla can buy with the money that's left over?