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Chapter 7 REVIEW

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**Use the percent proportion to solve each problem**

Use the percent proportion to solve each problem. Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary. 12 is what percent of 60?

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**Use the percent proportion to solve each problem**

Use the percent proportion to solve each problem. Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary. 12 is what percent of 60?

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**Use the percent proportion to solve each problem**

Use the percent proportion to solve each problem. Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary. What is 63% of 130?

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**Use the percent proportion to solve each problem**

Use the percent proportion to solve each problem. Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary. What is 63% of 130?

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**Use the percent proportion to solve each problem**

Use the percent proportion to solve each problem. Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary. 28 is 80% of what number?

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**Use the percent proportion to solve each problem**

Use the percent proportion to solve each problem. Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary. 28 is 80% of what number?

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**Tito had 244 free throw attempts in his high school career**

Tito had 244 free throw attempts in his high school career. If he was successful 77% of the time, about how many free throws did he make?

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**Tito had 244 free throw attempts in his high school career**

Tito had 244 free throw attempts in his high school career. If he was successful 77% of the time, about how many free throws did he make?

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Oh man, Sport Authority has all of their tennis shoes on sale for 24% off. How much will you pay for the cute purple and lime green tennis shoes that you have your eye on, if they originally cost $85?

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Oh man, Sport Authority has all of their tennis shoes on sale for 24% off. How much will you pay for the cute purple and lime green tennis shoes that you have your eye on, if they originally cost $85?

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**George plans to buy a camera that costs $500**

George plans to buy a camera that costs $500. the store is offering a 20% discount on all cameras. He must also pay a 5% sales tax. What is the total price of the camera after the discount and tax are applied?

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**George plans to buy a camera that costs $500**

George plans to buy a camera that costs $500. the store is offering a 20% discount on all cameras. He must also pay a 5% sales tax. What is the total price of the camera after the discount and tax are applied?

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Jack works at a car dealership and earns a commission of 15% on all sales. If he sells a car worth $32,000, how much commission will he earn?

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Jack works at a car dealership and earns a commission of 15% on all sales. If he sells a car worth $32,000, how much commission will he earn?

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**To celebrate her birthday, Bernie’s family took her out to dinner**

To celebrate her birthday, Bernie’s family took her out to dinner. If the total bill was $68.75 and the tipping rate is 18%, how much should her family leave the waiter?

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**To celebrate her birthday, Bernie’s family took her out to dinner**

To celebrate her birthday, Bernie’s family took her out to dinner. If the total bill was $68.75 and the tipping rate is 18%, how much should her family leave the waiter?

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**The items in a souvenir shop are on sale for the prices shown**

The items in a souvenir shop are on sale for the prices shown. What is the percent of discount for the tote bag?

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**The items in a souvenir shop are on sale for the prices shown**

The items in a souvenir shop are on sale for the prices shown. What is the percent of discount for the tote bag?

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**Find the percent of change. Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary**

Find the percent of change. Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary. Then state whether the percent of change is an increase or decrease. From 55 lbs to 35 pounds

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**Find the percent of change. Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary**

Find the percent of change. Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary. Then state whether the percent of change is an increase or decrease. From 55 lbs to 35 pounds

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**Janet borrowed $575 at an interest rate of 9. 5% for 2 years**

Janet borrowed $575 at an interest rate of 9.5% for 2 years. Determine the amount of simple interest Janet will pay at the end of 2 years?

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**Janet borrowed $575 at an interest rate of 9. 5% for 2 years**

Janet borrowed $575 at an interest rate of 9.5% for 2 years. Determine the amount of simple interest Janet will pay at the end of 2 years?

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Find the total amount in the following account to the nearest cent if the interest is compounded annually. $2750 at 8% for 3 years

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Find the total amount in the following account to the nearest cent if the interest is compounded annually. $2750 at 8% for 3 years

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**Lucas borrowed $10,500 to buy a boat. He will pay $276**

Lucas borrowed $10,500 to buy a boat. He will pay $ each month for the next 48 months. Find the simple interest rate for his loan.

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**Lucas borrowed $10,500 to buy a boat. He will pay $276**

Lucas borrowed $10,500 to buy a boat. He will pay $ each month for the next 48 months. Find the simple interest rate for his loan.

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Mrs. Glover placed $15,000 in a certificate of deposit for 18 months for her children’s college fund. Each month she earns $56.50 in interest. Find the annual simple interest rate for the certificate of deposit.

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Mrs. Glover placed $15,000 in a certificate of deposit for 18 months for her children’s college fund. Each month she earns $56.50 in interest. Find the annual simple interest rate for the certificate of deposit.

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Donny has a car loan of $26,000. Over the course of the loan, she paid a total of $3,900 in interest at a simple interest rate of 3%. How many months was the loan?

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Donny has a car loan of $26,000. Over the course of the loan, he paid a total of $3,900 in interest at a simple interest rate of 3%. How many months was the loan?

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Analyze Circle Graphs The circle graph shows the results of a survey about favorite pets. If 800 people were surveyed, how many more people prefer dogs to cats?

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Analyze Circle Graphs The circle graph shows the results of a survey about favorite pets. If 800 people were surveyed, how many more people prefer dogs to cats?

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