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Percent Quiz 7.5-7.7

Quiz by Jessica Trent

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  • Q1
    Find the percent of change from 10 to 29.5. Round to the nearest percent. State whether it's an increase or decrease.
    66% increase
    19.5% increase
    51% decrease
    195% increase
  • Q2
    Find the new amount if 7 is decreased by 2.5%
  • Q3
    If the price of a box of Christmas lights is $14.20 and it is on sale for 20% off, what is the sale price?
  • Q4
    A retail store bought bikes from a manufacturer at a wholesale price of $20. The retail store plans to sell the bikes at a 70% markup. What will be the retail price of the bikes?
  • Q5
    The Lowe's bill for your new landscaping equipment is $85.96. If there is a 6% sales tax, what will you pay for your equipment? Round the nearest cent.
  • Q6
    You just finished eating a delicious meal at Cheddar's, and the waitress brought your bill to the table. You owe $34.70, and you plan on leaving an 18% tip. How much will you leave for your tip?
  • Q7
    Marc received 273, or 35%, of the votes in the student council election. How many students voted in this election?
  • Q8
    54 is 60% of what number?
  • Q9
    You deposit $500 into your savings account that earns 5% annual interest. How much interest will you earn after 6 months?
  • Q10
    If you use your credit card, which has an 18% annual interest rate, to purchase an iPhone for $600, how much will you pay TOTAL if you can pay it back in 3 years?
  • Q11
    What do all the parts stand for in the simple interest formula?
    I = Interest, p = principal, r = rate, t = time

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