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Evaluate the expression.
\((-20) ÷ (-5)\)
A baker makes 5 dozen cupcakes and sells \(\frac{5}{6}\) of them for $2 each. How much money did she make?
A builder has 8 boxes of screws in his storage. Each box contains 400 screws. If he needs 640 screws to complete a project, what portion of his screws will he need to use?
A gardener wants to create a border around his garden with small pieces of wood. To make his border, he needs 20 feet of wood, but the planks he likes are only sold in \(\frac{1}{2}\) yard pieces. How many pieces of wood does he need to buy?
A person has $250 in a checking account and writes checks for $70, $85, $60, and $100. There is also a fee of $20. What is the balance of the account?
The number 36 is what percent of 16?
An office building wants to collect 270 cans of food for a charity drive. The office building has 9 employees on each of its 6 floors. If the goal is divided equally, how many cans of food should each employee bring in to the drive?
Solve \(x^2=81\).
The Baker family hosts a large gathering for the holidays and have 4 pies for dessert. A husband and wife duo each eat \(\frac{2}{5}\) of a pie and each of their four children eat \(\frac{2}{3}\) of a pie. How many pies do the Baker’s have remaining for the rest of the family?
The box plot below shows the winning margin of two basketball teams during the season. Select the true statement about the interquartile range.
\(2 \times \frac{3}{4}\)
Divide.
\(8÷\frac{2}{9}\)
The bar chart shows the number of boys and girls who participate in sports. What is the greatest difference between numbers of participants in any year?