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Question 1:
40% of a nurse’s time is spent dispensing medicine to patients. If 16 hours per week is spent dispending medicine, how many hours does the nurse work?

Question 2:
A company borrowed $25,000 at 3.5% and was charged$2,625 in interest. How long was it before the company repaid the money?

Question 3:
A discount of 16% saved Jackie $38 on office supplies. What was the price of the supplies before the discount? Question 4: A patrolman gives a driver a speeding ticket if the driver’s speed is greater than 15% over the posted speed limit. If the speed limit is 40 miles per hour, what is the highest speed that a driver can go without receiving a ticket? Question 5: A patrolman spends 25% every day completing paperwork. The patrolman’s shift each day is 8 hours. How much of his time does he spend doing paperwork each day? Question 6: A salesman’s commission on a$150,000 sale is $3,000. What percent is his commission? Question 7: Alicia borrowed$15,000 to buy a car. She borrowed the money at 8% for 6 years.
What is the interest she will pay for the loan?

Question 8:
Alicia borrowed $15,000 to buy a car. She borrowed the money at 8% for 6 years. How much will she have to pay the bank at the end of the 6 years? Question 9: For health reasons, Sarah needs to limit her fat intake to 25% of the total calories consumed in a day. If the fat intake is 550 calories, find the total number of calories she consumed for the day. Question 10: It is believed that the minimum number of calories required for the average female to avoid starvation is 1200 calories. The brain requires about 12% of the calories. How many calories does the brain require? Question 11: Suppose that the local sales tax rate is 6.25% and you purchased a used car for$16,800.

Question 12:
Suppose that the local sales tax rate is 6.25% and you purchased a used car for $16,800. What is the car’s total cost? Question 13: The decimal 0.0047 is equivalent to what percent? Question 14: The fraction four-fifths is equivalent to what percent? Question 15: The original price of a Kindle is$269.99.
If a discount of 15% is given, what is the amount of the discount?

Question 16:
The original price of the Kindle is $269.99. If the Kindle was 15% off, what is the discounted price of the Kindle? Question 17: What percent of 64 is 48? Question 18: You get a student loan from the Educational Assistance Foundation to pay for your educational expenses as you earn your associate’s degree. You will be allowed 10 years to pay the loan back. Find the simple interest on the loan if you borrowed$3,600 at 8%.