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1.   Brandon works in a small grocery store. He has to weigh the fruit and put a label on each package. He weighed three packages of sweet grapes. The first package weighed 2.5 pounds, the second package weighed 1.6 pounds, and the third package weighed 2.6 pounds. What was the total weight of the grapes?
2.   The 2002 official world record pumpkin weighed 1,337.6 pounds. Natalie has a pumpkin that weighs 100.1 pounds. How much more did the 2002 world record pumpkin weigh than Natalie's pumpkin?

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3.   Salt is important in several superstitions including the one that says you should sprinkle salt on your doorstep to keep out evil spirits. The United States sold 25.01 million tons of salt in 2017, a decrease of 8.039 million tons from 1996. How many tons of salt did the United States sell in 1996?
4.   Caleb has a savings account at EdHelper National Bank. At the beginning of the month he had $61.23 in his account. During the month, he deposited $92.66, $60.88, $78.37, and $69.65. He withdrew $22.75 to buy a purple monkey toy for his sister's birthday. How much money does Caleb have in his account right now?

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5.   EdHelper Fresh Foods reduced their prices for the big sale this weekend. Emma went shopping to take advantage of the sale. She bought a bag of apples for $2.35, four boxes of cereal for $1.19 per box, a loaf of bread for fifty-two cents, and a 12-pack of sodas for $2.83. How much money did Emma spend?
6.   Olivia's father works in Franklin. It is thirty-four miles from Franklin to his house. If he leaves work at 5:05 p.m. and drives at an average speed of forty-eight miles per hour, what time will he get home?

 

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7.   4. Mrs. Anderson wanted to have The Mountain City Times delivered to her house. She checked the rate card and found out she could have it delivered to her house for $5.08 per week or she could have it delivered for a year by paying $243.64 in advance. How much would she save by paying in advance?
8.   The fourth grade students at Darlington School had a Skate-a-thon to raise money for a classmate whose house burned. From Mr. Martin's class, five students skated one hour, six students skated two hours, three students skated three hours, and a group of seven students skated for 1 hour and 15 minutes. If they raised $1.50 for every hour they skated, how much money did the students raise?

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9.   There were 17,263 weddings in Springs City last year. According to state records, notaries public performed 16% of the weddings. How many weddings were not performed by notaries public?
10.   Route 95 runs from Maine to Florida along the east coast. From Houton, Maine to Miami, Florida is 1,864 miles. Route 95 covers 274 miles in Maine. If John drove at an average speed of sixty-two miles per hour, how long would it take him to drive the entire length of Route 95 in Maine?

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11.   Six cross sections of petrified wood are measured. Their average diameter is 17.4 cm. Five specimens' actual diameters are 18.6, 15.2, 18.4, 16.2, and 16.5 cm. What must the diameter of the other specimen be?

12.   Dr. Smith has asked you to prepare a 2% potassium sulfate solution. What mass of potassium sulfate (in grams) must be dissolved in 60 ml of water to obtain a solution that will meet his approval?


 


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