3.  Which product is closer to zero, the product of (64)(122), or the product of (60)(114)?

 4.  John and Shelby are playing a game in which each player either wins, loses, or draws (ties) at each turn. The winner of a turn is awarded 5 points, and the loser loses 5 points. If it is a draw, 0 points are awarded. For the first eight rounds John had the following results: lose, win, lose, win, win, lose, win, draw. What was Shelby's point total for the rounds?


5.  Mr. Bloop is playing a mini bowling game at an arcade. He has three rolls of a small ball. Each time he tries to knock down all the pins (six pins each time). On the first try he knocks down all six. On the second try he knocks down1. On the third try three pins remain standing after he rolled the small ball. How many did he knock down in all?

 6.  Mr. Waffle is a circus clown. He starts the day with sixtyseven pieces of candy. At the end of the day he has given away203pieces of candy. How many more pieces of candy did he have to get, in addition to his original sixtyseven, to be able to give away that many pieces?

