
Directions: Read each problem carefully!
1. 
Frank N. Stein can create 6 web pages in 3 days. At this same rate, how many web pages can he create in 4 days? 



2. 
At the Widget Factory, 10 identical machines can produce 780 widgets per minute. At this rate, how many widgets can 14 machines produce in 5 minutes? 

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3. 
In 2009, the Guinness Book of World Records, verified that an English Bulldog named Tillman was the fastest dog on a skateboard, achieving 100 meters in 19.678 seconds. What was Tillman's unit rate in meters per second?
(Round to nearest tenth of meter.) 
Tillman (Tilly) died in 2015 at the age of 10, after a lifelong love of skateboarding, bodyboarding and surfing. 


4. 
A car averages 50 miles per hour. At this average rate, how far will the car travel in 15 minutes? 



5. 
While hiking at a constant pace, Alan covers ¾ of a mile in ½ an hour.
a) What is Alan's unit rate in miles per hour? 





b) If Alan continues at this constant pace for an additional 1½ hours, how much further will he have hiked? 


c) If Alan continues at this constant pace, how long, in total, will it take him to walk 6 miles? 
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6. 
A tub of M&M minis contains 105 small candies. Juan can eat 3 candies every 4 seconds.
How many minutes will it take Juan to eat the entire tub of M&M candies? 



7. 
The fastest land vehicle is the ThrustSSC (a British supersonic car) with a speed of 763 mph set in 1997. It is the first land vehicle to break the sound barrier. Assuming a constant top speed, how long, to the nearest tenth of a second, would it take this car to traverse the quarter mile test strip? 

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8. 
Josie walks ½ a mile each ¼ hour on her treadmill.
a) Compute this rate expressed as a complex fraction in miles per hour.
b) Compute the unit rate expressed in miles per hour.



9. 
A board 48 inches long is cut into three pieces in the ratio of 1 : 2 : 3.
a) Find the length of each of the three pieces.
b) How much longer is the longest piece that the shortest piece?
c) If it takes 4½ minutes to hammer 3 nails into each of the three board pieces, how long does it take to hammer 1 nail into one of the board pieces? (Assume the same amount of time is used to hammer each nail.)



10. 
Amanda walks her neighbor's dogs each day for a total of 2¼ hours and is paid $9 for the day.
a) How much does she make per hour?
b) Next week, her neighbor can only afford to pay Amanda $56 for the week. Assuming she is paid at her normal rate, how many hours can she spend walking the dogs each day before she is doing so for free?



11. 
Mandy the dog eats 5 dog treats in 3 days. At this rate, how many treats does Mandy eat in d days?




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