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At one stall at the Bargain Flea Market, every item costs a dollar or less, including tax. If you have three quarters, two dimes, and five pennies, how many different prices could you pay with exact change?
The diagram shows one way to cut the figure into four congruent pieces using straight lines. Find three other ways.
a) About how many times could you handwrite the following sentence on sheets of paper with a total area equal to the area of Canada? Canada is the world’s second-largest country, after Russia.
b) About how many years would it take you to write the sentence this many times?
One year, about 45 000 cyclists took part in the 71-km Tour de I’lle de Montreal. If all the bicycles had been placed end to end, would they have stretched the entire length of the tour? Explain your reasoning and state your assumptions.
After the preliminary games m' a bowling tournament, bowler A is ranked first, B is second, C is third, and D is fourth. These four bowlers have a playoff. In the first playoff game, D bowls against C. The loser gets the fourth-place prize, and the winner bowls against B in the second game. The loser of the second game gets the third-place prize, and the winner bowls against A in the final game. The loser of the final game gets the second-place prize. In how many different orders can A, B, C, and D finish the playoff?
a) What percent of the world’s population lives in Canada?
b) What percent of the world’s energy consumption is used by Canadians?
Which is the sunniest province in Canada? Explain.
About how many recordings are played by all the radio stations in Ontario in a day?
Find the two whole numbers less than 100 that satisfy the following conditions.