1.  Ms. Anderson's class is studying the forms of electricity. Tomorrow they will use balloons to illustrate how static electricity works. Ms. Anderson bought two packages of balloons. Each package has fifty balloons. There are nineteen students in her class, if she divides the balloons equally a) How many balloons will each student get? b) How many balloons will be left for Ms. Anderson to use?

 2.  Savannah and Thomas are planning a garden. Savannah said if they make the garden round it would look better. Thomas said if they make the garden square they will be able to plant more. They have enough space to make a round garden with a diameter of thirteen feet or a square garden with each side being thirteen feet. If they put three plants in each square foot of ground, how many more plants will they be able to plant in the square garden than they could plant in the round garden?


3.  Before compact discs there were audiocassette tapes, and before audiocassette tapes there were flat discs called records. Records played at different speeds, some at 331/3 revolutions per minute, others at 45 revolutions per minute, and older ones at78revolutions per minute. If a fly sitting on the edge of a 78 rpm record travels14inches in one revolution, how far will it travel in four minutes?

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5.  Near Matthew's house there is a huge commercial apple orchard. Matthew really likes math, so he made up this math problem for himself. "There are eightyfive rows of apple trees in the orchard and there are fortythree trees in each row. If there are thirty good apples on each tree and forty bad apples on each tree, how many good apples are there in all?" Solve Matthew's problem.

 6.  At the end of the Monopoly game, Brandon counted his money. He had three $500bills, two $100bills, eight $50bills, six $20bills, four $10bills, fourteen $5bills, and3$1bills. How much cash did Brandon have in all?

