1. 
The number of coyotes in the area around Big Town has changed over the years. During the previous survey, which was done two years ago, there were estimated to be 552 coyotes. The most recent survey indicates the coyote population has increased by 5%. If this is true, what is a good estimate for the number of coyotes presently around Big Town?


2. 
Sixtynine percent of the animals in Big Range national park are herbivores. If there are 822 animals in the park, how many are not herbivores? Round your answer to the nearest whole number.


3. 
If eleven out of thirteen skinks have stripes and the rest don't, what percent of the skinks do not have stripes out of a population of 110 skinks? Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent.


4. 
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5. 
Madison is performing an experiment using gel electrophoresis. She is monitoring the migration of RNA through the gel. The shortest fragments of RNA have traveled 4.4 cm through the gel and the longest fragments have traveled only 1.3 cm. The longest fragments have traveled what percent of the distance of the shortest fragments? Round your answer to the nearest hundredth of a percent.


6. 
The initial population of protists in a culture is 4,695. The final population after one week was 7,007. The population increased by what percent over the week? Round your answer to the nearest hundredth of a percent.

