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Joe, Charles, Sean, and Ryan each bought a car. Joe's car has fewer miles than Sean's. Ryan's car has less miles than Sean but more miles than Joe's. If Ryan's has less miles than Charles then whose car has more miles, Joe,Sean,Ryan or Charles?

 

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A charity is performing a fund raising campaign, below are the amounts of money raised each week:

 

 

$4954, $4162, $5476, $15016, $7670, $11358

 

Calculate the mean dollar amount of money raised per week (round to nearest dollar). 

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A charity is performing a fund raising campaign, below are the amounts of money raised each week:

 

 

$8327, $537, $5749, $9387, $4117, $9197

 

Calculate the mean dollar amount of money raised per week (round to nearest dollar). 

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A charity is performing a fund raising campaign, below are the amounts of money raised each week:

 

 

$8474, $12173, $3679, $2740, $4289, $13537

 

Calculate the mean dollar amount of money raised per week (round to nearest dollar). 

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Nicole, Charles and Gregory each collected donations for Relay for Life. Nicole collected $46.28, Charles collected $16 and Gregory collected $29.54. What is the difference between the total amount collected and the smallest amount collected?

 

Round to the nearest whole number. Please enter you answer without the $ sign.

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Judy, Timothy and William each collected donations for Red Cross. Judy collected $30.96, Timothy collected $10 and William collected $19.83. What is the difference between the total amount collected and the smallest amount collected?

 

Round to the nearest whole number. Please enter you answer without the $ sign.

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Jennifer played a game of cards for 6 minutes on Saturday and 28 minutes on Tuesday.  What is the average amount of time she played cards?

 

Round to the nearest whole number.

 

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PRAH9JS

Below are the number of texts Allison sent and received each month over the past few months.

 

120, 19, 66, 150, 87, 52, 40, 83, 94

 

What's the mean texts per month for Allison?

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Below are the number of texts Claire sent and received each month over the past few months.

 

25, 52, 79, 107, 136, 117, 52, 75, 14

 

What's the mean texts per month for Claire?

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Bobby, Mario and Erin got together to make gumbo for dinner. Bobby ate 18% of the gumbo, Mario ate 13% and Erin ate 3%. A fourth friend, Laura, came over after school. What percent of the gumbo was left for Laura?

 

Please have them enter the number as a percent without the % sign
So if the answer is 15%, "enter 15"

 

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PRAH9KW

A survey was done on weekly cookie consumption on a small group of students, below are their responses (in cookies eaten in the last week).

 

3, 7, 1, 4, 2, 3, 11, 9

 

What is the mean number of cookies eaten per week for the students?

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A survey was done on weekly cookie consumption on a small group of students, below are their responses (in cookies eaten in the last week).

 

0, 10, 2, 5, 9, 1, 9, 4

 

What is the mean number of cookies eaten per week for the students?

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The admission tickets to an art show were priced at $10 for an adult and $2 for a child. A group of 5 adults and 8 children visited the an art show. What would be the change if a $100 check was used to buy the tickets?

 

Please enter you answer without the $ sign.

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The admission tickets to a baseball game were priced at $7 for an adult and $11 for a child. A group of 8 adults and 10 children visited the a baseball game. What would be the change if a $200 check was used to buy the tickets?

 

Please enter you answer without the $ sign.

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The admission tickets to an exhibition were priced at $14 for an adult and $7 for a child. A family of 11 adults and 10 children visited the an exhibition. What would be the change if a $300 check was used to buy the tickets?

 

Please enter you answer without the $ sign.

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Sarah realizes that her hard wood floors are getting old. Now she wants to replace it with carpet. What will it cost to carpet a rectangular room with length 7 ft and width 46 ft? The carpet is $11.15 per square foot.

 

Round to nearest dollar.

 

 

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Below are the number of spam emails filtered each week over the past few weeks by a school email system:

 

 

753, 1364, 474, 193, 972, 1380

 

What is the mean number of spam emails filtered per week?

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Jerry bought 16 boxes of cars.  Each box had 18 cars in it.  He kept 22 cars for himself and 23 cars for his cousin.  He gave the rest to 6 friends.  Each friend received the same number of cars.  How many cars did each friend receive?

 

Round to the nearest whole number.

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Kelly bought 40 boxes of toys.  Each box had 24 toys in it.  She kept 23 toys for herself and 24 toys for her brother.  She gave the rest to 4 friends.  Each friend received the same number of toys.  How many toys did each friend receive?

 

Round to the nearest whole number.

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Billy bought 12 boxes of cookies.  Each box had 20 cookies in it.  He kept 8 cookies for himself and 9 cookies for his uncle.  He gave the rest to 3 friends.  Each friend received the same number of cookies.  How many cookies did each friend receive?

 

Round to the nearest whole number.

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Samuel, Adam, Bob, and Meg each bought a car. Samuel's car has fewer miles than Bob's and Bob's car has more miles than Adam. Meg's car has less miles than Bob but more miles than Samuel's. If Meg's has less miles than Adam then whose car has more miles, Samuel,Bob,Meg or Adam?

 

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