1. 
Cameron is making a mixture of concrete, rocks, sand, and water to pour into stepping stone molds. When the mixture has hardened, he will take the steppingstones out of the molds and make a decorative pathway to his mother's garden. The ratio of concrete:rocks:sand:water is 2:3:5:3. If he uses 12 buckets of concrete, how many buckets of rocks, sand, and water should he use?


2. 
There are three hundred students at Miller Elementary School. 17% of the students live in Miller City, 27% of the students live in Franklin, and the rest live in Danville. Danville is the city that has a big spring flower show. We are going to the show this weekend. How many of the students live in Danville?


3. 
The Miller Elementary School Garden Club planted daffodils and tulips in the flowerbeds last week. They planted two hundred daffodils and ninety tulips. What is the ratio of tulips to daffodils? Express your answer in simplest form.


4. 
Noah has a paper sack of daffodil, gladiolus, and daylily bulbs. There are nine daffodil bulbs, four gladiolus bulbs, and eight daylily bulbs. He doesn't know how to tell what kind of flower will grow from each bulb. If he doesn't look and just takes one bulb out of the sack, what is the probability he will pull out a daffodil bulb?


5. 
The fifth grade classes at Miller Elementary School made paper daisies to put on food trays at the hospital. They made enough daisies to put two flowers on each food tray for a whole week. If the hospital prepares one hundred five food trays each day, how many daisies did the fifth grade classes make in all?


