7th grade math Ms. Sue please

1.
The price of a radio changes from $40.00 to $44.00. (1 point)

10% decrease
10% increase
36.4% decrease
40% increase

2.
The price of an oven changes from $450 to $396. (1 point)

13.6% increase
13.6% decrease
12% increase
12% decrease

3.
The top player’s scoring average changes from 20 points per game to 24 points per game. (1 point)

20% increase
20% decrease
16.7% increase
4% decrease

4.
At the start of the football season, Jorge weighed 150 pounds. At the end of the season, he weighed 138 pounds. What was the percent change in his weight? (1 point)

8% increase
12% increase
8.7% decrease
8% decrease

5.
Sara raised her score on a math test from 86 to 94. Max changed his score on the test from 77 to 85. Who had the greater percent change? (1 point)

They both had the same percent change.
Max’s percent increase was about 1.1% more than Sara’s.
Sara’s percent increase was about 10% more than Max’s.
Max’s percent increase was about 105 more than Sara’s.

My answers:
1. 10% increase
2. 12% decrease
3. 20% increase
4. 8% decrease
5. ?????????
I need help on 5, please

asked by Delilah
  1. 77/10 85/10
    86/10 94/10

    Max's
    85%
    77%
    8% increase

    Saras
    86%
    94%
    12% increase

    C

    posted by rawr... im a dinosaur.... rawr
  2. Your answers are all correct.

    5.
    Sara
    8/86 = 0.093 = 9.3%

    Max
    8/77 = 0.104 = 10.4%

    posted by Ms. Sue
  3. Dino's answer is not correct.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  4. I see where I messed up. I apologize.

    posted by rawr... im a dinosaur.... rawr
  5. oh so is %5 D: Max’s percent increase was about 105 more than Sara’s.

    posted by Delilah
  6. No. Please study my solution for 5.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  7. Oops.....I'm so sorry, Ms.Sue! To get the answer, I did 10.4% minus 9.3%, which equaled 1.1. So the answer is B!

    posted by Delilah
  8. Yay! You've got it!

    posted by Ms. Sue
  9. thanks!!!!

    posted by Delilah
  10. Connections Academy. Eh?

    posted by Jman
  11. To be honest, the majority of people here are from Connections. I'm PRETTY sure.

    posted by L0vleyLayna
  12. 10.4% - 9.3% = 1.1% so Max's percent increase was about 1.1% more than sara's.

    posted by Derpy
  13. (1 pt) Max’s percent increase was about 1.1% more than Sara’s.

    posted by sara
  14. gaetret yay!!!!

    posted by me
  15. The answers are:
    1.B
    2.D
    3.A
    4.D
    5.B

    posted by dent
  16. Your answers were wrong I got a 4/5 you dumb f*uck @Dent

    posted by 6ix9ine
  17. Actually, 6ix9ine, YOU are the one that is wrong. You must have been using your ignorance and misplaced a letter because I've just took the quick check and Dent IS right. Don't call anyone a dumb f**uck if you are the one that is mistaking letters an such. You probably just didn't remember the letters just like you don't remember how much of a d**ick head you are being to someone who got the answers correct. Must suck to be you love.

    posted by CrankthatCringeDaddy

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