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 The cost of 12 books was \$35.25. What is the cost per book? a) \$2.94 b) \$3.00 c) \$4.50 d) There are 2 boys, 5 girls, and 8 adults at the park. What is the ratio of adults to girls? a) 2/5 b) 5/8 c) 8/5 d) There are 7 red flowers, 8 yellow flowers, and 9 blue flowers. What is the ratio of yellow to red flowers? a) 7:8 b) 8:7 c) 8:9 d) At the ballpark, there are 42 ballplayers. If the ratio of baseball players to football players is 2:4, how many of each type of ballplayer is present? a) 14 baseball and 28 football b) 28 baseball and 14 football c) 10 baseball and 40 football d) The ratio of sunny days to rainy days is 5:3. If there are 25 rainy days, how mnay sunny days are there? a) 25 sunny b) 15 sunny c) 40 sunny d) If we traveled 120 miles on 15 gallons of gas, how many miles per gallon did we travel? a) 120 b) 1800 c) 8 d) The ratio of green birds to red birds is 3:4. If there are 35 birds, how many are green and how many are red? a) 12 red and 15 green b) 20 green and 15 red c) 15 green and 20 red d) 8 calculators cost \$17.45. What is the unit rate? a) \$2.18 b) \$0.45 c) \$139.60 d) We found 13 red marbles, 7 blue marbles, and 3 green marbles at the park. What is the ratio of blue to green marbles? a) 3 to 7 b) 7 to 3 c) 13 to 3 d) In the gym, there are 54 boys. If the ratio of boys to girls is 9:7, how many girls are in the gym? a) 63 girls b) 21 girls c) 42 girls d)
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