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Question 1 of 10
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1 points$12,000 in winnings for a golf tournament were distributed in the ratio of 7:2:1 to the first, second, and thirdplace finishers, respectively. How much money did the firstplace finisher receive?
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Question 2 of 10
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1 points40% of 80 is what percent of 96?
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1 pointsMorshed can clean a pool in 1 hour, and Rafiz can clean the same pool in 1.5 hours. If the rate at which they work together is the sum of their rates working separately, how many minutes should they need to clean the pool if they work together? (1 hour = 60 minutes)
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1 pointsIf one serving of cereal is 1/3 cup, how many servings are in 3 pints of cereal? (1 pint =2 cups)
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1 pointsWhich of the following has the greatest value?
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1 pointsSiddik buys a chocolate bar and a pack of gum for $1.75. If the chocolate bar costs $.25 more than the pack of gum, how much does the pack of gum cost?
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1 pointsOne bucket of fried chicken serves either three adults or five children. If the Memorial Day fair committee wants to have enough chicken to serve 100 children and 60 adults, how many buckets of chicken are needed?
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1 pointsSakib earns a 5% commission on each $200 stereo that he sells. How many stereos must he sell to earn $100?
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1 pointsIf four people share 100 baseball cards and each person must receive a different positive whole number of cards, what is the greatest possible number of cards any one person may have?
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1 pointsIf t% of 60 is equal to 30% of 50, what is the value of t?
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