1. 
Grace and her family are going to the beach during spring break. It is a long drive across the state to the beach and her father is trying to figure out how much the gas will cost. Gas costs $1.97 per gallon. It is four hundred twentytwo miles to the beach from Grace's house. Their car can go twentysix miles on one gallon of gas. How much will gas for the trip cost? Don't forget that they have to come back home, too!


2. 
Hannah's recipe for Daffodil Cake calls for three and twothirds cups of flour. Hannah wanted to make the cake to take to her class party. She measured all the ingredients and had only one and onefourth cups of flour. How much more flour does she need to bake the cake?


3. 
Joshua is helping his grandfather plan a garden. His grandfather said he needed at least two hundred thirtyone square feet of space for the garden. Joshua found a corner of his grandfather's property that is large enough. If the corner is fifteen feet wide what is its minimum length in feet?


4. 
Herman Hedgehog was ecstatic. It was spring and he could scurry through the weeds and sniff and snuffle until he found some really juicy bugs to eat! He was so tired of winter. In the first hour of snuffling, Herman found twentytwo ladybugs (yuck!), two little grasshoppers, five crickets, and eleven delicious ants (yum!). At that rate, how many bugs will Herman find in 2 hours and 28 minutes hours?


5. 
Mrs. Teague's class took a survey of the students at their school. The survey question was, "What is your favorite season?" The class members asked three hundred people to answer the question. 14% said winter was their favorite, 21% liked fall best, and 45% named summer their favorite season. How many people chose spring as their favorite season?


6. 
Christian goes to school with students from many different countries. He enjoys meeting people from other places and getting to know their customs. He has many friends from outside the United States. There are five hundred students in his school. Two hundred ninety of the students are from the United States. What is the ratio of students from the United States to students from other countries? Express in simplest form.

