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# Question : Solve the problem. 1) Estimate 10% of 981. : 2163413

MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.

Solve the problem.

1) Estimate 10% of 981.

A) 9.81

B) 98.1

C) 0.981

D) 9810

2) Estimate 16% of 51.

A) 3.19

B) 8.16

C) 51.16

D) 816

3) Susie spent \$20.49 on lunch and left a 15% tip. Estimate the amount of the tip.

A) \$1.33

B) \$3.00

C) \$300.00

D) \$133.33

4) Johnny must pay a 5% fee if he changes his airline ticket. Estimate the amount of the fee if the ticket he plans to change cost \$439.87.

A) \$22.00

B) \$220.00

C) \$2200.00

D) \$8800.00

5) Wendy bought a new car for \$23,888 where the sales tax is 5%. Estimate the total cost of the car including the tax. (Round answer to the nearest dollar.)

A) \$28,800

B) \$36,000

C) \$25,200

D) \$120,000

6) John's favorite clothing store is having a close-out sale with everything reduced 60% off the original price. The discount is calculated at the cash register when the purchase is made. John buys a sweater originally priced \$23.95, 2 pairs of jeans originally priced \$16.99 each, and a jacket originally priced \$57.98. Estimate the total cost of all items after the discount is taken.

A) \$48.00

B) \$720.00

C) \$72.00

D) \$20.00

State using percents.

7) A basketball player made 76 out of 100 attempted free throws. What percent of free throws was made?

A) 0.76%

B) 7.6%

C) 76%

D) (19/25)%

8) A dart player made 74 bull's eyes out of 100 attempted throws. What percent of the throws were NOT bull's eyes?

A) (37/50)%

B) (13/50)%

C) 74%

D) 26%

9) In a survey of 100 people, 1 preferred ketchup on their hot dogs. What percent preferred ketchup?

A) (1/100)%

B) 0.1%

C) 1%

D) 0.01%

10) In a survey of 100 people, 22 preferred butterscotch syrup on their ice cream. What percent did NOT prefer butterscotch syrup?

A) (11/50)%

B) 22%

C) 78%

D) (39/50)%

11) Last year 100 students participated in a certain high school's marching band. This year 252 students participated. Write this year's band enrollment as a percent of last year's.

A) (252/100)%

B) 2.52%

C) 252%

D) (2.52/100)%

12) 20 out of 100 families drive mini-vans. What percentage of families drive mini-vans?

A) (20/100)%

B) 2%

C) 20%

D) (2/100)%

Write the decimal as a percent.

13) 0.35

A) 3.5%

B) 35%

C) 350%

D) 0.035%

14) 0.7

A) 0.7%

B) 0.07%

C) 700%

D) 70%

15) 0.035

A) 35%

B) 3.5%

C) 0.035%

D) 0.0035%

16) 0.278

A) 27.8%

B) 278%

C) 0.0278%

D) 0.278%

17) 7.8

A) 0.0078%

B) 78%

C) 0.78%

D) 780%

18) 0.00974

A) 0.487%

B) 0.000974%

C) 0.974%

D) 0.0974%

19) 4

A) 400%

B) 0.4%

C) 200%

D) 0.04%

20) 0.00016

A) 0.16%

B) 0.000016%

C) 0.0016%

D) 0.016%

21) Last year Serena spent 0.34 of her income for insurance.

A) 34%

B) 0.034%

C) 0.0034%

D) 3.4%

22) The Santos family saves 0.23032 of their income.

A) 2.3032%

B) 0.023032%

C) 0.0023032%

D) 23.032%

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