1. 
Elizabeth has designed a small oval racetrack for her remote control car. Her design is shown in the following figure. She has two curves, each of which is half of a circle. She also has two straightaways that she wants to connect to the circles. The curves are on a radius of sixteen inches and the straightaways are fiftytwo inches long. What is the total distance around the track? Round your answer to the nearest whole inch.


2. 
Madison is painting around the edge of a craft item that she is making. It is a circular piece of wood on which she has painted some farm scenery. If she finishes painting around the edge in thirteen minutes and she paints at a speed of three inches per minute, what is the diameter of the circular piece of wood? Round your answer to the nearest tenth of an inch.


3. 
A visitor from the planet Smorp comes to your class and gives a presentation on mathematics. He says that on his planet the relationship between the circumference and the diameter of a circle is represented by a special number they call “squidge.” What is the name given to this special number on planet earth?


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5. 
Kylie wants to replace the baseboards around the recreation room in her house. If the room is eleven and fourfifths feet by five and fivesixths feet, and the material she is interested in using costs $5.49 per foot, how much will it cost to buy the new baseboard material?


6. 
Farmer Bob is considering buying a new field that is next to one he already owns. The field he is considering is a perfect square. The fence along each side of this square field is made of old logs and is onefourth of a mile long. If he can walk at a rate of four miles per hour, how long will it take him to inspect the fence all the way around this field?

