1. 
Anna is making punch for the Easter party. The punch bowl holds three gallons. Her recipe makes a quart of punch and calls for half cup of sugar. To make enough punch to fill the punch bowl, how much sugar will she have to use?


2. 
John and Sierra decorated one hundred ten eggs for the Easter egg hunt. They put stickers on 10% of the eggs, wrote "Happy Easter" on 19% of the eggs, and decorated the rest of the eggs with red, blue, green, yellow, and purple dyes. How many eggs had stickers on them?


3. 
There are five blue eggs, seven red eggs, and six yellow eggs in a basket. If Jordan picks one egg out of the basket without looking, what is the probability he will pick a yellow egg?


4. 
Kayla didn't believe there was a difference in the size of large and extra large eggs, so she measured the circumference of one large egg and one extra large egg. The circumference of the large egg is one hundred seventyeight and ninetyeight hundredths millimeters and the circumference of the extra large egg is three hundred fiftyfour and eightytwo hundredths millimeters. The diameter of the larger egg is how much larger than the diameter of the smaller egg? (pi=3.14)


5. 
James and Connor hid one hundred ninety eggs in a field that is seventy feet long and one hundred forty feet wide. Express the ratio of eggs to square feet as a simplified fraction.


