1. 
The school nurse made a presentation about smoking to the 7th grade class. She said that smoking hurts your health. She said it also hurts your pocket! She said that a pack of cigarettes costs about $5.22 plus 8% sales tax. How much would a person spend on cigarettes in a year if he smoked one package of cigarettes on each of the 365 days of the year?


2. 
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. 35% of the students thought female teachers were more lenient, 11% 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 twentyfive students at school. How many said male teachers were more lenient?


3. 
A particular species of bird weights about twentyseven grams when born. If its weight increases by ten percent a day, how much will it weigh on the second day of its life?


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


5. 
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6. 
According to the Internal Revenue Service, 19.8 percent of the people who fill out federal income tax forms leave out pertinent information. Having to send back tax forms slows down the operation of the IRS. According to IRS figures, how many people out of nine thousand will leave out pertinent information on their forms (round to the nearest person)?

