1. 
Tyler wants to ride the Ultramonster roller coaster. He observes the sign at the entrance that says riders must be at least fortythree inches tall to ride the roller coaster. Since Tyler was at the doctor's office yesterday he remembers they said he was three and a half feet tall. Is he tall enough to ride the Ultramonster?


2. 
You and your twin go to the doctor for a check up. One of you weighs 2 lb. more than the other. Last month you weighed 81 lb. and your twin weighed 2 lb. more. You both gained the same amount of weight between then and now. Which of you weighs more now, you or your twin?


3. 
You have a pie. The pie is divided into seven equal pieces. Each piece is eleven cubic cm in volume. Your brother eats one piece. Each of the remaining pieces is divided in half again. Is the remaining volume of pie greater, less than, or equal to twothirds of the original volume?


4. 
A weird new bowling game has been invented at the local bowling alley. Each player gets one roll of the ball. Before the roll, the pin machine places ten pins at the end of the alley, with each pin having an integer written on it. The pins are selected randomly and set in the normal arrangement of ten pins (4 in the back row, 3 in the next row, 2 in the next, and 1 in the front). Before rolling, the players look through binoculars to see what numbers are written on the pins. The players must knock down at least one pin or they automatically lose. After the roll, the player who knocked down pins resulting in the greatest integer sum wins. Player one knocked down pins with the numbers 7, 2, 2, 1, 8, 4, and 5. Player 2 knocked down pins with the numbers 0, 10, 3, 9, and 6. Which player won the roll?

