Jack had 3 marbles and Jill had 4. Jill went to Jack's house for his b-day party to compete in a marble race that Jack had built himself. When Jill left, she only had 1 marble. How many marbles does Jack have now?

6

8

9

10

Solve the following inequality: 5 - 2x > 25

x < 5

x > 4

x > 5

x < 4

7, 9, 2, 5, 7, 8, 6, 4

a) What is the **mean** of the data above?

b) What is the **median** of the data above?

Find the zeroes to the following equation: x^{2} - 4x + 4

x = ±1

x = ±4

x = 0

x = ±2

You and your 4 other friends decide to buy some cookies at the state fair. You want to get the same amount of cookies as your friends. 200 cookies were bought in total. How many cookies did you buy at the state fair?