1. 
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2. 
Madison did a good deed by helping the elderly gentleman locate the aisle where he could find the oatmeal. He told her that he eats a box of oatmeal a day. At $2.89 per box, how much money would he spend on oatmeal in a week?


3. 
Mrs. Dillon bought three pumpkins to decorate for Halloween. Each pumpkin cost $0.34 per pound. If one pumpkin weighed sixteen pounds, another pumpkin weighed seven pounds, and a third pumpkin weighed twentyeight pounds, how much did Mrs. Dillon pay for all three pumpkins?


4. 
This year's world crop of apples is 31,942,993 metric tons. If the United States produces onefifth of that amount and uses onefourth of the apples produced in the United States for canned apples and applesauce, how many metric tons of apples does the United States use for canned apples and applesauce?


5. 
Natalie's husband gave her a diamond necklace for her birthday. She loved the gem so much that she thought she would buy a bracelet and earrings to match. The bracelet cost three times as much as the earrings. The earrings cost $90.71. How much did the bracelet cost?


6. 
Sierra drew a picture of the Statue of Liberty to put on the bulletin board in her classroom. She bought some special charcoal pencils to do her drawing and some special spray to keep the drawing from smearing. The pencils cost $3.98 and the spray cost $4.66. The clerk added 6% tax. How much did Sierra spend?

