1. 
Ms. Johnson is the librarian at Mountain Springs Library. She has chosen one hundred twentythree new books for the library. If the average cost per book is $10.84, approximately how much will the new books cost?


2. 
Kylie took a survey of students at her middle school. She asked the students to name their favorite nuts. If thirtynine percent of the 325 students chose peanuts, how many students chose other nuts?


3. 
During a trip to the lands of central Australia, Michael finds himself lost. The last house he passed is ninetyeight kilometers behind him. If he turns around and drives at a speed of sixtyeight kilometers per hour, how long will it take him to get to that house?


4. 
Ms. Miller wants to donate thirteen percent of her paycheck to the Mountain Springs Hospital for Children. If her paycheck is $876.00, how much should she send to the Mountain Springs Hospital for Children?


5. 
Egypt has a square area of 385,229 square miles. The United States of America has a square area of 3,537,438 square miles. By what percentage is the United States larger than Egypt? Round your answer to the nearest percent.


6. 
Jana is going to the bank today to exchange Chinese Yuan (CNY) for her upcoming trip in China. The exchange rate is CNY 8.15 per U.S. dollar. If Jana's budget for her trip is to spend no more than $1,203.00, what is the maximum Chinese Yuan she can receive without going over her budget?

