*Record your answers into your maths book*

*Start out simple...*

**Family Fun - From Problem Solving Connections**

1. Four families each brought the same number of chairs to a BBQ. Three more chairs are needed to seat all 27 of the participants. How many chairs did each family bring?

**Consecutive Numbers**

2. An example of consecutive odd numbers is 23, 25, 27, and 29. Find four consecutive odd numbers with a sum of 160. Show your work.

*Now try to work this out...*

**Opening Day**

3. It is the grand opening of a local supermarket. Every 5th customer will receive a coupon for a free turkey and every 7th customer will receive a coupon for a free half gallon of ice cream. If 400 customers come in on opening day, how many will get a free turkey and a free half gallon of ice cream?

**Kennel Club**

4. Four dozen dogs live in 6 different coloured kennels. The smallest kennel has 6 dogs and the orange kennel is the largest with 10 canines. The yellow kennel and the green kennel are the only ones with the same number of dogs. The 13 youngest pups are in the red and blue kennels with the least number of dogs. The purple kennel has 2 more dogs than the blue kennel. How many dogs are in each kennel? Make a chart.

*This will really challenge you...*

**Car Rental**

5. Sam needs to rent a car for his upcoming trip. CheapWheels charges $20.25 per day plus $.14 a mile. Easy Rider charges $18.25 a day plus $.22 a mile. San plans to do a lot of driving on his 3-day trip. Which company should Sam go with? Explain your choice.

Does the difference in cost go up or down as mileage increases? Support your answer.