# To the Beach...

 NAME ________________________________ Umbrellas rent for \$3 a day. The Jacksons will be at the shore for 2 weeks. Should they buy an umbrella for \$34.95 or rent one everyday? Justify your answer. Make a double line graph to show these air/water temperatures at Ocean City in August. Monday: Air=92; Water=68 Tuesday: Air=94; Water=69 Wednesday: Air=88; Water=70 Thursday: Air=85; Water=72 Friday: Air=96; Water=72 The ice cream truck comes to the beach. Mrs. Davis gives her daughter \$5. She gets a Choco Taco for \$1.25, a Rocket for \$.95, and 2 Creamcicles for \$.85 each. How much change should she get? Tim and his dad build a sandcastle. They start at 10:30AM and build for 2 hours and 15 minutes. What time are they finished? High tide comes in at 3:35 and washes their castle away. How long was the completed castle standing? Give the time in hours and minutes. Ashley's Boogie Board cost \$80.00. She uses it everyday for 5 days, for 5 hours each day. How much is that an hour? Kelly figures she needs 200 shells for her Girl Scout troop. Everyday she fills a bucket with 30 shells. How many days will it take her to get 200? If 3 in every 20 are starfish, how many starfish will she have when she gets all 200 shells? Eric and Brianna go fishing off the pier. Together they catch 17 small fish. Brianna catches 5 more than Eric. How many do they each catch? Eight people sign up for a horseshoe tournament. Each one must play every other contestant at least once. What is the least number of games that could be played? Mark, Dave, Steve, and Matt had a race. Steve was faster than Mark but slower than Matt. Dave took the least time of all. Match the times with the runners. Times: 18.6 seconds; 17.5 seconds; 18.2 seconds; 17.9 seconds. Heather and Holly were eating their lunch. First, 18 seagulls swooped down but 11 flew away. Then 12 more came and 2 flew away. Finally, 14 came to visit and 8 of those stayed. At this point, how many gulls were still on the beach?

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