Arithmetic Reasoning 1. An ice cream store sold 1,545 ice cream cones in June. Of these, 60% were vanilla. How many vanilla ice cream cones were sold?600618927945none of these 2. A carpenter is building a gate that will be 3-1/4 feet wide. The gate will be made of boards 3 inches wide. How many pieces of board will it take to fit across the front of the gate?9-3/4111213none of these 3. classroom will seat 80 people. If 56 seats are filled, what percentage of the seats are filled?24303670none of these 4. Michi put ₹7.50 worth of gas in her car. Two co-workers who were riding to work with her offered to share the cost of the gas. One paid 1/2 of the total amount and the other paid 1/3 of the total amount. How much of the total amount was left for Michi to pay?₹1.25₹2.25₹5.25₹6.25none of these 5. It takes a woman 12 minutes to drive one way to work. She goes home for lunch 3 days each week. How much time does she spend driving to and from work each 5-day work week?2 hours, 36 minutes3 hours3 hours, 12 minutes3 hours, 20 minutesnone of these 6. A business buys invoice forms at a cost of ₹4.45 a box for the first 20 boxes, ₹4.00 a box for the next 25 boxes, and ₹3.75 a box for any additional boxes. How many boxes of invoice forms can be bought for ₹234.00?47576781none of these 7. A student returned 4 overdue books to the library. The fine for each overdue book is ₹0.35 for the first day, ₹0.40 for each of the next 3 days, and ₹0.45 for each day after that. The total fine was ₹13.40. How many days overdue were the books?681820none of these