# Using Decimals in Math - Page 2

Questions

- What is the percent of increase from $147 annually to $414?
- What is #-3 1/2# written as a decimal?
- 3/4 of the books in the library are English books and the rest are Chinese books. There are 2849 more English books than Chinese books. What is the total number of books in the library?
- What percent of 128 is 24?
- What is #3/4 -: 1 1/5#?
- How do you convert 0.254 (4 repeating) as a fraction?
- In a city council election, 2,445 votes were cast for one of the candidates. If the candidate received at least one-third of the votes, how many voters voted in the election?
- How do you round 213 to the nearest hundred?
- What is #"494,626.05"# in words?
- If a dozen bagels cost $5.40, how much does one bagel cost?
- Is 4yd less than 11ft ?
- A certain grade of eggs has a weight of 24 to 26 ounces per dozen. What is the minimum weight (in ounces) of 69 such eggs?
- What is #11.65 * 0.23#?
- How do you evaluate the following expression using decimals?: # 4.136 - 8.2612 + 77/64 + 205/128#
- How do you write the the decimal 8.823 in expanded form?
- How do you convert 6 15/25 into a percent and decimal?
- How do you evaluate #8,844\div 11#?
- What is #1 8/9# as a decimal?
- Out of the original girls and boys at a carnival party 40% of the girls and 10% of the boys left early, 3/4 of them decided to hang out and enjoy the festivities. There were 18 more boys than girls in the party. How many girls were there to begin with?
- The list price of a car is $6495. The manufacturer's rebate is $400. In addition, the dealer tries to attract the customers by giving a discount of $249. How much does the car actually cost?