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**One winter day, the temperature ranged from a high of 23.72ºF to a low of –12.7ºF. By how many degrees did the temperature change?**

a) 35.7

b) 36.42

c) 11

d) 35.6

**One winter day, the temperature ranged from a high of 20.7ºF to a low of –15.35ºF. By how many degrees did the temperature change?**

a) 36.05

b) 5.35

c) 35

d) 35.6

**One winter day, the temperature ranged from a high of 40ºF to a low of –15ºF. By how many degrees did the temperature change?**

a) 55

b) 45

c) 35

d) 25

**During a card game, Denise scored both positive and negative points. Her scores for each of 6 hands were -15, 25, 65, 70, -10, and -40. What was the total amount of the points that Denise scored?**

a) -45

b) 45

c) 95

d) -95

**Mrs. Gonzalez has $218.75 in her bank account on March 1st. She saved $69.50 in March, paid $280.35 in taxes in April, saved $205 in May. At the end of May, how much greater or less is her account balance than it was on March 1st?**

a) -$5.85

b) -$10.45

c) $212.90

d) $7.46

**David’s checkbook has a balance of negative $14 due to a mistake. If David deposits $25 into his account, what would his new balance be?**

a) $11

b) -$11

c) -$29

d) $29

**At sunrise, the temperature in Kalispell, Montana was -15°F. By 1:00 that afternoon, the temperature had risen by 20 degrees. What was the temperature at 1:00?**

a) -35

b) 5

c) 20

d) -10

**In 2002, the temperature on the first day of summer was 86°F. This is 6°F less than it was on the first day of summer the previous year. What was the temperature on the first day of summer in 2001?**

a) 102

b) 92

c) 80

d) 91

**During a football game, Jim’s team was penalized 4 times and lost 10 yards on each penalty. The other team was penalized 2 times, and Jim’s team gained 15 yards each time. Find the total net change in yards because of the penalties.**

a) -15

b) -10

c) 5

d) 20

**Simplify: 11(-6 – 5)**

a) -121

b) -330

c) 11

d) 121

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