1.   The manager of a computer store analyzed software sales by category for the past month. The results are shown below. If the manager plans to order 150 software packages for the upcoming month, how many of them should be home productivity?
    A. 26 B. 32
    C. 38 D. 36

  2.   Ben asked some of his neighbors about their main type of exercise. Of those asked 21% said they walk or jog to keep fit. If 65,000 people live in Ben's city, how many people could be expected to walk or jog for exercise?
    A. 21,000 B. 51,350
    C. 13,650 D. 35,480

  3.   There are 1942 students at West High School. Use the information in the table to determine how many students study less than 2 hours each day.
    A. 689 B. 68
    C. 699 D. 680

  4.   Kono conducted a survey of people 13 to 19 years of age and found that 23% listed their favorite activity as some sort of sport. There are 5,260 people in this age group in Komo's city. How many of them should Komo predict would list a sport as their favorite activity?
    A. 1,210 B. 120,980
    C. 2287 D. 229

  5.   The bar graph shows survey results of the age of students who were first allowed to either walk or ride their bike to school alone. Suppose there are 4,240 students in the district. Predict how many of them were first allowed to walk or ride their bike to school alone when they were 10 years of age or older.
    A. 1,502 B. 1,506
    C. 1,526 D. 1,560

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