1.  Sean was supposed to go grocery shopping early this morning, but he slept late. He finally got up and went to the store. He had budgeted to spend $6.00. He bought cereal for$4.96, milk for$3.69, eggs for$1.58, and butter for$3.07. How much did Sean spend over his budget?

 2.  Courtney touched the locket hanging from the fragile gold chain around her neck. It was expensive, but it looked beautiful with her prom dress. The music was ending and couples were beginning to depart. Justin took her arm and led her to his car. It had been a wonderful evening. Courtney paid$199.81for the locket and chain. The locket alone cost$139.83. How much did Courtney pay for the gold chain?


3.  The students at Maryville High School were challenged to join the Great American Smokeout.Onesixthof the students signed a pledge saying they would not smoke on November 20.Die Hälfteof the students promised to talk to someone who smoked about the dangers of smoking. The rest of the students didn't participate. There are eight hundred sixtyfive students at MHS. How many of the students didn't participate in the Great American Smokeout?

 4.  After Natalie sat down, she began talking to the gentleman sitting beside her. She found out that he was traveling to see his sister in Oregon. His ticket cost him$619.78plus$35.25in tax. How much money did he spend on his ticket?


5.  Cody was measuring liquid in test tubes. He is a very methodical student, so he measured to the nearest hundredth of a milliliter. He and his partner were eager to complete the experiment. They had 5 tubes of an unknown liquid. Cody's measurements were2.06ml,3.14ml,3.98ml,1ml, and4.07ml. What was the total amount of the unknown liquid that they had?

 6.  Benjamin bought a box of 24 chocolate cookies. He paid$3.92for the box of cookies. His mother made 24 chocolate raisin cookies. She spent$1.16for the ingredients. How much more did Benjamin spend than his mother spent?

