1.   A fruit drink that was sold in 16-ounce containers is now sold in
20-ounce containers. What is the percent of change in quantity?
    A. 25% B. 4%
    C. 16% D. 20%

  2.   Al's Quick Mart sells milk for $1.99 per gallon, but they used to sell it for $2.79. What is the percent decrease in the price?
    A. 40.20% B. 28.70%
    C. 71.30% D. 39.70%

  3.   At Central High School, the number of sophomores who rode the school bus decreased from 212 at the beginning of the school year to 94 at the end of the school year. Find the percent decrease for sophomores riding the school bus.
    A. 55.70% B. 79.70%
    C. 44.30% D. 125.50%

  4.   In 1990, an automobile dealership sold a certain model car for $14,649. In 2000, they sold the same model car for $23,609. Find the percent increase.
    A. 24.60% B. 38.00%
    C. 62.00% D. 61.20%

  5.   The table shows how many people attended each football home game at a certain university. Which statement is supported by the information in the table?
    A. Fewer people came to each game. B. The greatest percent of increase was from game 2 to game 3.
    C. The percent of increase from the first to the last game is about 25%. D. The percent of decrease from the first to the last game is about 25%.