Posted by **Jerald** on Monday, December 10, 2012 at 7:42pm.

The chart shows the results of 40 students in 1st period classrooms who met the standard on the 6th grade math assessment

Peacock 15

Salas 12

Tiegs 13

If these numbers were the same for the remaining periods and if 200 students tested how many students from Ms. Salas's class is expected to meet the standard

A.60

B.40

C.135

D.108

A?

Cara's family planned a trip to Sea World. She had just recent;y learned that speed could be calculated by dividing the distance by the time. If the trip took 8 hours and totaled 440 miles one way, which proportion could Cara use to predict how fast her dad drove?

A.x/8=440/1

B.1/440=x/8

C.x/1=440/8

D.1/x=440/8

C?

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**Ms. Sue**, Monday, December 10, 2012 at 7:53pm
Right.

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