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Scores 1.1. The table below shows the amount of money that Bonnie spent during her last trip to the grocery store. Purchases Clothing$56 Groceries$82 School Supplies$16 To the nearest percent, what percent of the total did she spend on groceries?

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2.2. Scores Jennifer’s new bike costs $96. Her parents paid 40% of the cost and Jennifer paid the rest. How much did Jennifer pay?

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3.3. Scores Leann purchased a new computer for her birthday. She had to pay 7.5% sales tax on the computer. If she paid $63.75 in sales tax, how much did the computer cost?

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4.4. Scores Miller earns $70,000 per year and puts 7% of his earnings into a savings account. What is the total amount in Miller’s savings account after 1 year if the interest rate is 3%?

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5.5. Scores A writer earns 8% of total sales dollars as a commission. If 2,000 copies of his book are sold at $14.95 each, how much commission does he earn?

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6.6. Scores Shoes that arrived at Shoe House will be marked up 120% before they are put on display for shoppers. If they cost Shoe House $45, what will the retail price be?

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7.7. Scores You have a large container of olive oil. You have used 2½ quarts of oil. Eighty percent of the olive oil remains. How many quarts of olive oil remain?

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8.8. Scores A $140 digital camera is discounted by 35%. What is the discounted price of the camera?

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9.9. Scores You and your family went out to dinner. Your menu items cost $46 before tax and tip. If tax is 5% and you want to leave a 20% tip, what would your final bill be?

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10. Scores The 2010 census states that Cary, North Carolina had a population of 155,776. If the population in the 1990 census was 49,197, what was the percent of increase? (Round to the nearest tenth).

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11. Scores Karen deposited $400 into an account earning 5% simple interest. If she leaves her money into her account for 6 years, how much interest will she earn ?

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12. Scores Fallon works at Baker’s Book company. If she earned a commission of $63.75 on her sales of $850, what was Fallon’s rate of commission?

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13. Scores Johnny purchased $58 in office supplies at NeedsStaplers.com. His final cost after shipping costs were applied was $62.06. What percent shipping charge does NeedsStaplers.com apply?

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14. Scores Karla estimated that her puppy weighed 16 pounds. At the veterinarian’s office, the puppy actually weighed 20 pounds. What was the percent error in Karla’s estimation?

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15. Scores Layla purchased a jacket that was discounted 15% off the original price. If the discounted cost of the jacket was $42.50, what was the original price?

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16. Scores Laura invested $8000 in a simple interest certificate of deposit six years ago. The interest rate was 8% for 6 years. How much money did Laura’s account have at the end of the 6 years?

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17. Scores The sweatshirt you purchased was on sale for $29.25, having been marked 35% off. What was the original price?

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18. Scores Yosef purchased a new sweater. The total price of the sweater, including the 8% sales tax, was $16.74. What was the retail cost of the sweater (before tax)?

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19. Scores Ralph loaned his brother $180 to buy an iPod touch. His brother agreed to pay him back in 18 months. At the end of the 18 months, the brother gave Ralph a total of $190.80. What interest rate did Ralph charge?

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20. Scores Katie made a fresh pot of coffee in the morning. By 10:00 am only 3 cups remained. If 85% of the coffee had been consumed, how many cups of coffee did Bob make in total?

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Answer Key- Print off Prior to Start of Game 1. 53% 2. $57.60 3. $850 4. $5,047 5. $2,392 11. $120 12. 7.5% 13. 7% 14. 20% 15. $50 6. $99 7. 10 quarts 8. $91 9. $57.96 10. 216.6% 16. $11,840 17. $45 18. $15.50 19. 4% 20. 20 cups

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