1. Suppose the matrix represents the records of the top four teams in a baseball season. If someone used this matrix to predict the total number of wins and losses by the second place team in the next decade (ten years), how many wins and losses would they predict? A. 980 wins, 950 losses B. 910 wins, 710 losses C. 980 wins, 640 losses D. 950 wins, 670 losses Hint 2. A farmer raises two crops that are shipped to 3 distributors. The table shows the number of crates shipped to each distributor. The profit on crop 1 is \$2.50 per crate. The profit on crop 2 is \$2.75 per crate. Find the amount of profit from Distributor C. A. \$1540 B. \$2112.50 C. \$770 D. \$1529 Hint 3. An ice cream factory distributes chocolate, strawberry and vanilla cartons to two stores. The table shows the number of cartons distributed. The profit on a carton of chocolate is \$1.70, strawberry is \$2.30, and vanilla is \$2.10. Find the amount of profit for store B. A. \$1753 B. \$1325 C. \$1524 D. \$1175 Hint 4. The table shows how many pieces of furniture four stores receive. The profit on a couch is \$150, a lamp is \$20, a side table is \$80 and a chair is \$90. Find the profit for Store B. A. \$990 B. \$1050 C. \$710 D. \$1170 Hint 5. The table shows how many pieces of furniture four stores receive. The profit on a couch is \$150, a lamp is \$20, a side table is \$80 and a chair is \$90. Find the profit for Store D. A. \$1050 B. \$1170 C. \$990 D. \$710 Hint