Problem 1 :
Ellen wanted to buy the following items:
Does Ellen have enough money to buy all three items if she has $90.
Problem 2 :
Melissa purchased $39.46 in groceries at a store. The cashier gave her $1.46 in change from a $50 bill. How much change should the cashier have given Melissa?
Problem 3 :
3) If a 10-foot piece of electrical tape has five pieces that are each 1.25 feet cut from it, what is the new length of the tape?
Problem 4 :
Patricia has $425.82 in her checking account. How much does she have in her account after she makes a deposit of $120.75 and a withdrawal of $185.90?
Problem 5 :
The mass of a jar of sugar is 1.9 kg. What is the total mass of 13 jars of sugar?
Problem 6 :
Carpeting costs $9.99 a yard. If Jan buys 17.4 yards, how much will it cost her? (Round your answer to the nearest hundredth)
Problem 7 :
If your weekly salary is $1,015.00, how much do you have left each week after you pay for the following?
Problem 8 :
Brad studied a total of 24.4 hours over a period of four days. On average, how many hours did Brad study each day?
Problem 9 :
Find the perimeter of the rectangle below.
Problem 10 :
Samantha paid $26.25 for three books that all cost the same amount. What was the cost per book?
1) So, he doesn't have enough money.
2) So, the amount she should get is $9.08
3) new length of tape = 3.75
4) mass in all 13 jars is 24.7 kg
5) So, the mass in all 13 jars is 24.7 kg
6) the required cost is $173.83.
7) Amount left over is $412.02.
8) Number of hours he is spending on average = 6.1 hours.
9) the required perimeter of the rectangle is 22.3 inches.
10) cost per book is $8.75
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