Numeric Response


1.

Jim’s car insurance
has increased from $3,500 to $4,200 this year. If his insurance increases by the same
percentage, what will be the cost of his car insurance at the end of next
year?


2.

A rectangle has length 25
inches and width 17 inches. If these dimensions are both increased by 20%, by how many square inches will the area of the
rectangle be increased?


3.

Jim bought his website for $800 and sold it
for $992. What was the percent of markup?


4.

What is the sum of 13% of 300
and 300% of 13?


5.

Given that 75% of a certain number is 24,
what is ^{ }of this
number?


6.

Given that 105% of a number is 84, what
is the number?


7.

If of a certain number is added to the
number, the result is 120. What is the number?


8.

A 200% increase is the same as a 50% increase followed by what other percent
increase?


9.

How many liters of water
must be added to 50 liters of a 30% salt solution in order to produce a 25% salt
solution?


10.

Twenty percent of the 40
boys in a class live in a condo. Thirty percent of the 60 girls in the class also live in a
condo. What percent of the students in the class live in a condo?


11.

The Flames have won 30% of their first 60
games. If they win their next 15 games in a row, what percent of all of their games will they
have won?


12.

The cost of James’ house insurance is equal to 0.5% of the value of his
house. In 2014, the value of his house was $1,250,000 and in 2015, the value was
1,350,000. What was the increase in his house insurance?


13.

Tom took a loan of $30,000 from G&F Financial. The interest rate on
the loan is 3% annually. If he didn’t make any payments, how much interest will he owe
after 2 years?


14.

Todd bought a new mercedes benz for $70,000. His car insurance was
$3000. What percentage was his car insurance?


15.

Eric bought a new lamborghini. His car insurance was $4500 and was 4% of
the value of his car. How much was Eric’s car worth in dollars?
