1. 
The visibility in a blizzard must be a quarter of a mile or less. A mile is five thousand, two hundred eighty feet. In a blizzard, visibility must be __________ feet or less.


2. 
The wind must be blowing at least thirtyfive miles per hour for a snowstorm to become a blizzard. If the wind is blowing 16.3 miles per hour now, how many more miles per hour must it blow to reach blizzard status?


3. 
Bebo's Backcountry Wear is having a sale on cold weather clothing. All the clothing is thirtyfive percent off. John bought a jacket (regular price $37.24) and gloves (regular price $18.57). He must also pay 6.7% sales tax. How much will John have to pay for the jacket and gloves?


4. 
The temperature at 9:00 a.m. and the previous day's snowfall were recorded by Mr. Freeman's class for five days. The temperatures were 20.6 degrees, 27.4 degrees, 19.3 degrees, 20.4 degrees, and 20.2 degrees. The snowfall amounts in inches were six and four tenths, eight and fiftyeight hundredths, nine and two tenths, two and nine tenths, and seven and fiftyfive hundredths. There was sleet one day. What was the average snowfall, to the nearest tenth of an inch, for the five days?

