1. 
Abigail had been a newspaper carrier for four years. Each year she delivered more papers than the year before. The first year she delivered thirtyeight newspapers per week, fiftyfive newspapers per week the second year, sixtyfive newspapers per week the third year, and seventyfour newspapers per week the fourth year. What was the average number of newspapers per week Abigail delivered during the four years?


2. 
At the end of the parade Mr. and Mrs. Brown bought pizza for all the members of the kazoo band. Each pizza was cut into eight pieces. If each of the thirtynine members of the band eats two slices, how many whole pizzas will Mr. and Mrs. Brown need to buy?


3. 
Ms. Robinson's class is studying the forms of electricity. Tomorrow they will use balloons to illustrate how static electricity works. Ms. Robinson bought four packages of balloons. Each package has fiftyone balloons. There are seventeen students in her class, if she divides the balloons equally a) How many balloons will each student get? b) How many balloons will be left for Ms. Robinson to use?


4. 
Bologna can be purchased by the pound or it can be bought in packages, already sliced. A 12ounce package of sliced bologna is $3.47 at Millie's Market. An uncut piece of bologna that weighs twelve ounces will cost $1.77. If Brandon buys three pounds of bologna, how much will he save by purchasing uncut bologna?


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6. 
Mom had to mend Connor's pants that were torn. He tore them while he was pretending to be a clown in a circus. He thought he could do flips off the trampoline and one of the springs caught his pants. He cried for a while and then decided to tell Mom what he did. He said that he flipped every tenth time he jumped. If he jumped 150 times, how many times did he flip?

