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2. 
A new element has been discovered on planet Q—Blutonium. Blutonium is quite dense (55 g/cm^{3}) and very rare. It is worth 94.6 million dollars a gram. It cost the local laboratory 2.6 million dollars to purchase a sample of the new element. What was the volume of the piece of Blutonium the lab purchased? Round your answer to the nearest tenthousandth of a cm^{3}. (hint: volume = mass / density)


3. 
A crate of petrified wood recently sold at the local auction. There were about twentyseven pieces and the total weight of the pieces was 279.18 pounds. What was the average weight per piece? Round your answer to two decimal places. _________ pounds


4. 
Whoozits are weird. They can be broken into any fractional part desired and then later be reassembled without harm. Sometimes even fractional parts of whoozits are shipped around the country to be assembled with other fractional parts to make new whole whoozits. SLUGCO had 31.024 whoozits they needed to ship to Timbuktu. Someone decided the easiest way to do it would be to put the same amount of whoozits in each box. If they had sixteen boxes, how many whoozits would go in each box?


5. 
The beach is beginning to erode near the lighthouse. The lighthouse is only one hundred eighteen feet from the water now. If the beach erodes at the rate of 2.7 feet per year, how many years will it be, rounded to the nearest year, before the water reaches the lighthouse?


6. 
A box full of geodes was put up for sale at an auction. A geode is a spherical rock that contains crystals. They look really cool when broken open. However you never know what you are going to find when you break one open. Kyle decided to bid on them. He checked them out beforehand and counted thirty geodes in the box. He decided he was willing to pay up to $1.80 a piece for them. What should his maximum bid be?

