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Integers
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Middle School Math

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Integers
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 1 In golf, the average score a good player should be able to achieve is called "par." Par for a whole course is calculated by adding up the par scores for each hole. Scores in golf are often expressed at some number either greater than or less than par. Ms. Floop is having a pretty good day at the Megalopolis City Golf Club. Her score so far after 15 holes is -5. If par for 15 holes is 62, what is her score?
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 3 It was a close race for the pennant (division championship) in the baseball league this year. The Rattlers won. Each team is awarded a point for every game won, and the team with the most points is the winner of the pennant. The Rattlers won 56 games. The Tigers were -2 (two games behind), the lizards were -7, and the rollers were -14. What was the average number of games won by the teams that did not win the pennant?
 4 Four friends, who happen to be good golfers, played a round of golf (18 holes). Par for the course is 74. The players had the following scores (relative to par): -3, -1, +3, and +1. What was the winning score? Remember that the lowest score wins.
 5 There was a 100-mile race at the Megalopolis Race Track. The winning driver had a time of 57 minutes. The next four drivers in order of finish had times (relative to the winning time) of +2, +3.2, +3.8, and +4.5 minutes. The sixth place driver had a time that was 3 minutes slower than the driver ahead of him. What was the sixth place driver's time? Express your answer in hours, minutes, and seconds.
 6 Dylan plays in the backfield of the Big Town football team. Last week he ran four plays from the halfback position. He made "gains" measured in yards of 0, -5, 1, and -3. What were his average yards per gain? Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a yard.

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