Equation - examples - page 52

  1. Value 4
    fractal_11 If 5/18=425 what is the value 13/18?
  2. Two numbers 6
    numbers_49 Fill two natural numbers a, b: 7 + blank- blank = 5
  3. Find x
    eq222_23 Solve: if 2(x-1)=14, then x= (solve an equation with one unknown)
  4. Flour
    vaha_10 Kim needs 3/4 cup of flour to make 12 cookies. How much flour would she need to make 60 cookies?
  5. Commission 2
    compare_2 Mr gomez sells used cellphones. His commission for every cellphone sold is 20%. If his total sales is Php 33850, how much is his commission? Please, please, please show your solution.
  6. A number
    number_line_4 A number increased by 7.9 is 8.3
  7. Two numbers 7
    numbers_49 The sum of two consecutive even numbers is 30. Find the numbers.
  8. Equation 20
    eq222_21 In given equation: 8/9-4/5=2/9+x, find x
  9. Perctentages
    percent_24 35% of what number is 35?
  10. Given
    1998-4b Given 2x =0.125 find the value of x
  11. Dirty road
    car_30 Mr. Smith is on a road trip to a remote disc golf course 180km away. He travels part of the way at 100km/h along the highway, and part of the way at 50km/h along dirt roads. If it took 2 hours to get there, how many hours did he spend on dirt roads?
  12. The quotient
    12466 The quotient of g and 55 is the same as 279. What is g?
  13. Powers 3
    exp_4 2 to the power of n divided by 4 to the power of -3 equal 4. What is the vaule of n?
  14. Tickets 4
    cinema2_13 Stacey is selling tickets to the school play. The tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for children. She sells twice as many adult tickets as children's tickets and brings in a total of $342. How many of each kind of ticket did she sell?
  15. On the 4
    water_12 On the way to playing disc golf with his two boys, Mr. Smith purchases 3 muffins and 2 bottles of water, totaling $9.75. The following week he only has Asher with him, so he purchases 2 muffins and 1 bottle of water totalling $6.00. What is the cost of on
  16. Home cleaning
    bleach Mr. Smith is cleaning up a big mess at home. In the closet, he finds a solution that is 5% bleach, and another stronger solution that is 20% bleach. For this particular job, he needs 600mL of 15% bleach. How much of each type (to the nearest mL) should he.

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