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1.   Kevin attended a Cleveland Indians baseball game with his brother, his uncle and his father. It was an exciting game, and the Indians won. While at the game, each person had a hot dog, soda, bag of chips, and an ice cream. Kevin's uncle paid the tab for the food which cost a total of $28.77. He also purchased the tickets which cost $30.54 each. What was the total amount Kevin's uncle paid to attend the baseball game?

2.   The average high temperature in Ohio is 85.8 degrees Fahrenheit. The highest recorded temperature in Ohio was recorded at 113 degrees Fahrenheit on July 21, 1934 near Gallipolis. How much hotter than average was it on July 21, 1934? The lowest recorded temperature was -39 degrees Fahrenheit on February 10, 1899 at Milligan. How much colder than average was it on February 10, 1899?

3.   According to the 2000 census, the total population of Ohio was 11,353,140.The population of the five largest cities in Ohio was:
Columbus  711,470
Cleveland  478,403
Cincinnati  331,285
Toledo  313,619
Akron  217,074

Using this chart answer the following questions:
a) How many people did not live in one of these cities?
b) What percentage of the total population lives in Columbus?
c) If the square area of Ohio is 44,828 square miles, how many people are there per square mile? Round your answer.

4.   Jonah's family is going to visit the United States Air Force Museum in Dayton, Ohio. The museum is open from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. each day and there is no admission charge. Jonah lives in Cincinnati which is 50 miles from the museum. If the family leaves at 8:15 A.M. and drives an average of 40 miles per hour, what time will they arrive at the museum?

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