1. Mrs. Diaz bought a sweater for her husband. The sweater was 25% off. If the original price of the sweater was $30, how much did Mrs. Diaz pay? Think: What is the part, whole, and percent?

2. What is 75% of 60?

3.Using a ratio table, give three equivalent rate to the following rate. Please include the unit rate as one of your rates.

50 miles/ 5 hours

4. I needed to buy cookies for my class. I went to two different stores to find the **better buy**. Costco had 3 pounds of cookies for $3.50 while Smart n’ Final had 4 pounds for $4.75. Which store should I buy the cookies from?

5. In a math class, the **girl to boy** ratio is **4 to 5**. If there are a total of **25 boys**, how many girls are there? How many total students? Show your work on a **tape diagram. **

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Do we have to write all the problems because they are long

No

So we just show the work

For number one can’t you only divide by 10s and also is the 30 the part?

I don’t get #1 I watched the video

Come in at 7:30 and ill help you.

Ok

Is a t-chart the same as a ratio table

Yes ma’am

do we right all the question

or put them by number

By the number is perfect.

1 is hard

I miss u Ms. Yaomoto and my friends

We miss you too!

Ms.Y #1 is hard

Number one it asking you what is 25% of $30. Once you find that you subtract it from the original price.

I could not find out the division for nimber 4

Remember to round to the nearest hundredths.

so miss yaomoto 40 is 20 percent or that just is after the 20%

$40 represents the part

ms yaomoto i don’t understand math!!!!!!!!!!! and getting frustrated

20/100 = 40/?

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Wait. The $40 represents whats left after the 20%, so the $40 represents 80%. Does that make sense?

It would be 80/100 = 40/?