1. 
Edgewater Elementary School recently participated in a survey done by the local university. The College of Education had made an arrangement with our principal for the survey. They wanted to determine if students thought male teachers or female teachers were more lenient. 33% of the students thought female teachers were more lenient, 13% said they were the same, 4% had no opinion, and the rest of the students said male teachers were more lenient. On the day of the survey, there were three hundred sixtyfive students at school. How many said male teachers were more lenient?


2. 
There were 12,540 weddings in Springs City last year. According to state records, notaries public performed 15% of the weddings. How many weddings were not performed by notaries public?


3. 
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4. 
Scientists estimate that the average annual temperature in Bigtown has increased by two and nine tenths percent over the past century. If the current average annual temperature in Bigtown is 16.9C, what must the average temperature have been 100 years ago? Round your answer to the nearest hundredth of a degree.


5. 
The voice on the phone was yet another creditor. His coarse voice and rudeness began to infuriate me. "Just how much do I owe?" I demanded. He replied, "You owe $688.38 on your credit card. We will have to add a past due charge of $29, an over limit fee of $30, and a service charge of 7% of the amount owed on the credit card." I told him I would send a check for the full amount immediately. For how much should the check be written?


6. 
When our teacher handed out our math test, she told us to omit problems 4, 7, 9, 11, and 15. There were fortyfive problems on the test. What percent of the problems did we have to solve (to the nearest percent)?

