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9.During the basketball season, Diane took 134 shots and made about 56% of them.

a. How many shots did Diane make?
b. The team made a total of 498 shots. What percent of the team’s made shots did Diane make? (1 point)

24 shots; 15.1%
753 shots; 27%
240 shots; 27%
75 shots; 15.1%***

10.What percent of 25 is 10?
10 = x * 25 ; 40%***
10 = x * 25 ; 250%
10 = x * 10 ; 4%
10 = x * 10 ; 250%

11. The sales tax rate is 6.3%

A: Find the tax paid for a pair of earrings with a list price of 77$

B:What is the total cost of the pair of earrings

$4.85; 77.49
$4.85; 81.85***
$0.49; 77.49
$0.49; 81.89

12.
Doug is a salesperson in a retail store and earns $75 per week, plus 15% of his weekly sales. If Doug makes $555 one week, what are his sales for that week?

$3,200***
$627
$566
$1,914

13.In 2000, the number of students enrolled at Arlington Country Day School was 823 students. In 2010, the population was approximately 705 students. Find the percent of change in the enrolled students at Arlington Country Day School from 2000 - 2010 and identify it as an increase or decrease.

14.3% increase
14.3% decrease***
16.7% increase
16.7% decrease

14.The owner of an audio store received a shipment of portable stereos at a cost of $102.30 each. If he sells the stereos for $181.99 each, what is the percent of markup? Round to the nearest whole percent.
8%
44%
78%***
80%

15.
In Store A, a book that regularly sells for $24.99 is on sale at 15% off. In Store B, the same book regularly sells for $27.99 and is on sale at 25% off. Which store sells the book for the lower sale price? (1 point)

Store A; Store A’s sale price is $18.74, and Store B’s sale price is $23.79.
Store A; Store A’s sale price is $18.74, and Store B’s sale price is $20.99.
Store B; Store A’s sale price is $21.24, and Store B’s sale price is $20.99.****
Store B; Store A’s sale price is $21.24, and Store B’s sale price is $23.79.

16. The final balance in an account with $840 invested at 4% annual simple interest for three years.
$29.10
$98.40
$852.80
$918.40***

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  1. I've checked 9 through 12 and they are right. I'll try to come back in a few minutes and check the rest.

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  2. thanks Ms. Sue :))

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  3. All are right although I don't know about 16.

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  4. it ok, thanks Ms. Sue :)

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  5. You're welcome, Cami.

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