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sale price of $115, what was the original price of the coat? (Round to the nearest dollar.)(a)$102(b)$98(c)$135(d)$139(e)$131Question 25: (1 point)Convert the following phrase to a mathematical sentence: "The product of the number of cows and the number of ducks is 40 percent of the number of horses."(a)cows + ducks = 0.40 * horses(b)cows * ducks = (1 + 0.40) * horses(c)cows * ducks = 0.40 * horses(d)cows - ducks = (1 - 0.40) * horses(e)cows - ducks + horses = 0.40Question 26: (1 point)
In 2014 the population of Rexburg, Idaho was 27,094 people. The population was expected to grow at a rate of about 1.61% per year. What would we predict the population of Rexburg will be in the year 2017? (Round to the nearest whole number.)(a)27973 people(b)70715 people(c)28881 people(d)25806 people(e)28424 peopleQuestion 27: (1 point)Alicia took a friend to dinner for her birthday. The total bill for dinner was $36.28 (including tax and a tip). If Alicia paid a 21% tip, what was her bill prior to adding the tip? (Round your answer to the nearest cent.)(a)$172.76(b)$43.90(c)$30.23x(d)$29.98(e)$29.74Question 28: (1 point)Andy is working on his budget. Each month he makes about $150 from his parttime job. His parents also send him $140 per month. The sum of Andy's paycheck and the money he gets from his parents is 9% more than his total expenses. How much money does Andy have available to add to his savings account each month? (Round your answer to the nearest cent.)
x(a)$26.61(b)$21.28(c)$26.10(d)$23.94(e)$290.Question 29: (1 point)Chelsea ran a marathon. It took her 5.2 hours to run the 26.2 miles required to complete a marathon. Find her average speed in miles per hour. Then convert her speed to feet per second. (Hint: 1 mile = 5,280 feet).(a)6.21 mph or 7.95 ft/sec(b)6.21 mph or 7.67 ft/sec(c)5.04 mph or 6.83 ft/secx(d)5.04 mph or 7.39 ft/sec(e)5.04 mph or 7.11 ft/secQuestion 30: (1 point)Suppose the current exchange rate is 4.47 Ghanaian Cedis per $1 US dollar and you have 41 Cedis. After exchanging your money for US Dollars you would have (a)$183.27x(b)$9.172(c)$36.53(d)$39.25(e)$42.83
Question 31: (1 point)Kyle has a monthly income of $574 and monthly expenses of $658. What is his monthly cash flow?(a)-42(b)84(c)-658(d)658x(e)-84Question 32: (1 point)Larry has worked hard over the summer and has saved up $2,863.1 to live on during the next two semesters of school. Larry will receive a scholarship each semester for $898.75. If he plans to use up all of his savings while at school, how much money can Larry spend each month, on average, for things like groceries, entertainment, and miscellaneous items?