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 1 Convert 0.0134 to a percent. A) 0.000 134% B) 0.0134% C) 0.134% D) 1.34% 2 The price of a litre of gasoline is 150% of what it was a year ago. Express this as a decimal. A) 15 000 B) 150 C) 1.50 D) 0.150 3 Robin ate 12½% of the popcorn in a bowl. What fraction of the popcorn did she eat? (39.0K) A) (0.0K) B) (0.0K) C) (0.0K) D) (0.0K) 4 Natalie found that 15 students in her class of 24 played tennis. What percent of the class played tennis? A) 37½% B) 62½% C) 75% D) 80% 5 At the beginning of winter, the city had 2000 m2 of sand on hand. After the first snowstorm, the amount was reduced by 25%. After the second snowstorm, the amount remaining was reduced by another 10%. How much sand was on hand after the second snowstorm? A) 1800 m2 B) 1500 m2 C) 1350 m2 D) 1300 m2 6 A completely shaded 100 square represents 100%. What is the total percent represented by the grids shown? (9.0K) A) 200% B) 157% C) 143% D) 43% 7 Nigel receives a 5% commission on used car sales, and a 9% commission on new car sales. If he sold a used car for \$8000 and a new car for \$32 000, what is his total commission? A) \$5600 B) \$3280 C) \$2880 D) \$400 8 Ranjit used part of his summer earnings to buy a bicycle for transportation to school. The original price of \$399 was marked down by 25%, but subject to GST at 5% and PST at 7%. How much did he pay, including taxes? A) \$446.88 B) \$336.21 C) \$335.16 D) \$299.25 9 Alexandra is paid \$14.50 per hour to lifeguard at the city pool. A new contract will award a raise of 3% in the first year, and a further raise of 2.5% in the second year. What will be her hourly rate in the second year? (47.0K) A) \$15.31 B) \$15.30 C) \$14.94 D) \$14.86 10 Alfonso purchased a new truck for his business for \$180 000. Each year, the value decreases by 5% for tax purposes. After how many years will the truck be worth less than half of the purchase price? (40.0K) A) 10 years B) 11 years C) 12 years D) 14 years