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- 1.1. Ms. Henderson has 11 girls and 14 boys in her 5
^{th}period class. On the last unit test 9 girls and 10 boys passed. What percent of the class did**not**pass the test?- A.
76%

- B.
20%

- C.
6%

- D.
24%

- 2.2. There are 350 students in 6
^{th}grade, 320 student in 7^{th}grade and 330 students in the 8^{th}grade. What percent of the students are in 7^{th}and 8^{th}grade combined?- A.
35%

- B.
65%

- C.
60%

- D.
68%

- 3.3. Last week at Kroger apples cost $1.50 per pound. This week they are on sale for $1.00 a pound. What is the approximate percent decrease in price?
- A.
33%

- B.
67%

- C.
50%

- D.
150%

- 4.4. Jake took a poll of 350 of his classmates and asked them what their favorite color was. 18% of his classmates chose blue as their favorite color. How many students chose blue as their favorite color?
- A.
18

- B.
60

- C.
63

- D.
72

- 5.5. In 2017, the price of an Astros ticket was $50. In 2018, the price of a ticket jumped up to $65 because of their World Series win. What is the percent increase in ticket price?
- A.
15%

- B.
23%

- C.
30%

- D.
77%

- 6.6. Jackson has $399 in his savings account. He bought some video games with his savings and now has $348. What is the approximate percent decrease in his savings?
- A.
88%

- B.
13%

- C.
20%

- D.
14%

- 7.7. Maggie went grocery shopping for the week and spent $43.32. She spent $19.78 on produce. About what percent of her grocery bill was produce?
- A.
47%

- B.
20%

- C.
38%

- D.
53%

- 8.8. Andrew bought a Subaru WRX in 2010 for $29,950 and in 2019 it was worth $12,100. What was the percent of depreciation?
- A.
40%

- B.
55%

- C.
60%

- D.
67%

- 9.9. Larry is trying to lose weight for his vacation this summer. He started at 242 pounds and now weighs 213 pounds. By what approximate percent did his weight go down?
- A.
88%

- B.
29%

- C.
14%

- D.
12%

- 10.10. Trey went to dinner with his family and bought 5 burger baskets for $8.99, 2 sodas for $1.49, and 3 milkshakes for $2.99. If he leaves a $10.26 tip, what percent tip did he leave?
- A.
10%

- B.
15%

- C.
18%

- D.
25%

- 11.11. David buys a shirt for $15.25. The next month, the store increases the price of the shirt to $18.75. What is the percent increase in the price of the shirt?
- A.
A

- B.
B

- C.
C

- D.
D

- 12.12. 34% of students from a school survey said they worked part-time. If 528 students said they did NOT work part-time, about how many students were surveyed?
- A.
A

- B.
B

- C.
C

- D.
D

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