# Math for Ms. Sue Or Steve

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Use an equation to solve the problem.

1. What is 57% of 11?

a. 11 = 0.57 • n; 19.3
b. n = 57 • 11; 627
c. n = 0.57 • 11; 6.27***
d. 11 = 57 • n; 0.19

2. 224 is 25% of what number?

a. 224 • 0.25 = w; 560
b. 224 = 0.25 • w; 896
c. 224 • 0.25 = w; 56***
d. 224 = 0.25 • w; 90

3. What is 45% of 10?

a. 450
b. 45
c. 4.5***
d. 0.45

Find the percent of increase.

4. 50 to 70

a. 20%***
b. 30%
c. 40%
d. 50%

Find the percent of decrease. Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent where necessary.

5. 75 to 60

a. 20%
b. 30%
c. 40%
d. 50%***

Find the percent markup. Round to the nearest whole percent.

6. Store's cost: \$100.00
Selling price: \$160.00

a. 50%
b. 60%***
c. 70%
d. 80%

Find the sale price. Round to the nearest cent.

7. Sale price: \$57.63
Percent of discount: 10%

a. \$63.39
b. \$5.76
c. \$51.87
d. \$57.53***

Find the sale price. Round to the nearest cent.

8. Sale price: \$56.00
Percent discount : 40%

a. \$50.00
b. \$22.40***
c. \$40.00
d. \$33.60

9. Find the interest earned in an account with \$600.00 invested at 4.5% annual simple interest for 2 years.

a. \$540.00
b. \$5,400.00
c. \$54.00***
d. \$13.50

10. Find the interest earned by an account with \$1,200 of simple interest of 4% for 3 years.

a. \$144.00
b. \$244.00
c. \$44.00
d. \$88.00***

• Math for Ms. Sue Or Steve -

• Math for Ms. Sue Or Steve -

You have a lot of studying to do.

Your answers for 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, and 10 are wrong.

• Math for Ms. Sue Or Steve -

Why is 2 wrong? i came up as a answer 56.

• Math for Ms. Sue Or Steve -

2. 224 is 25% of what number?

We're looking for a much larger number. Think: one dollar is 25% of 4 dollars

0.25w = 224

w = 224/0.25

w = 896

• Math for Ms. Sue Or Steve -

Oh.....

• Math for Ms. Sue Or Steve -

224 is 25% of what number

you are told that 224 is 1/4 of a number. The number must be 4 times as big as 224.

56 is 1/4 of 224
224 is 1/4 of 896

algebraically,

224 = .25 x
224/.25 = x
x = 896

it always helps to write down each step, then check your answer.

"25% of 224 is what?"
not "225 is 25% of what?"

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Can you or Steve help me with the others.

• Math for Ms. Sue Or Steve -

Jman -- you first need to show us that you've gone back and really studied your math text. Try these problems again, and explain why you did what you did.

• Math for Ms. Sue Or Steve -

I have an Online textbook not hardcover. It takes forever to get to the right page.

• Math for Ms. Sue Or Steve -

You and your parents chose this school and text; I didn't.

Now, get to work and learn what you're supposed to learn.

• Math for Ms. Sue Or Steve -

I don't have parents. :(

• Math for Ms. Sue Or Steve -

im stuck on this too

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• Math for Ms. Sue Or Steve -

That sounds mean, Mrs. Sue.

• Math for Ms. Sue Or Steve -

that wasn't nice ms.sue. not cool at all

• Math for Ms. Sue Or Steve -

Ms Sue, stop it with the insults! That's not cool!

• Math for Ms. Sue Or Steve -

1.C
2.B
3.B
4.A
5.D
6.C
7.A
8.A
9.D
10.B
Im in Connections Academy and I got 100%

• Math for Ms. Sue Or Steve -

Yea your very mean. Ms.sue is an ass.

• Math for Ms. Sue Or Steve -

You are wrong connections academy source.

• Math for Ms. Sue Or Steve -

Their wrong af I just got a 20% on it.

1.c
2.b
3.c
4.c
5.a
6.c
7.c
8.d
9.c
10.a

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