Comparing - math problems

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  • A diesel car
    fuel A diesel car costs $2599 more than an unleaded petrol car and travels an average of 25,000km per year. Diesel petrol has a consumption rate of 7.4L per 100km and costs $1.39 per litre. Unleaded petrol has a consumption rate of 8.5L per 100km and costs $1.
  • Comparing exponents
    powers A) 8 (6²)(8²) b) 16 (6²)(8²) c) (6¹+²) (8²)
  • Ferdinand
    diamonds Ferdinand went from place A to place B and from there to place C. A is 7.2 km from B and B is 11.7 km from C. Albert went from place A to place D and from there to place C. D is 9.1 km from A and C is 10.8 km from D. Who traveled more and by how much?
  • Simplest form of a fraction
    fractions Which one of the following fraction after reducing in simplest form is not equal to 3/2? a) 15/20 b) 12/8 c) 27/18 d) 6/4
  • Sort fractions
    fractions Which is larger 3/7, 3/8, 3/9, 3/6 =
  • Evaluate mixed expressions
    mixed Which of the following is equal to 4 and 2 over 3 divided by 3 and 1 over 2? A. 4 and 2 over 3 times 3 and 2 over 1 B. 14 over 3 times 2 over 7 C. 14 over 3 times 7 over 2 D. 42 over 3 times 2 over 31
  • Equivalent expression
    expr Pablo rewrites the expression 8y-24 as 8(y-3). Hana rewrites 8y-24 as 2(4y-12). Are Pablo’s and Hana’s expressions each equivalent to 8y-24? Explain your reasoning.
  • 76% is
    percent 76% is between which of the following two numbers. 1) 1/5 & 1/4. 2) 1/3 & 1/2 3) 2/3 & 7/10 4) 3/4 & 5/6
  • Multiplication negatives
    plusminus Josh says that (4)(-7)(-1) is equal to (4)(7). Evangelina says (4)(-7)(-1) is equal to (-28)(-1) . Who is correct? Explain your reasoning.
  • A small
    books A small book took one-sixth of a ream of paper to make. The team said they can make nine books from 3 whole reams of paper. Are they correct?
  • Torque
    rectangles Torque and Mari each multiplied 1/8 inch times 5/8 inch. Tartaric 5/8 squares point inches. And Marie got 5/64 squared thought inches tall. Which student found a corrupt area?
  • Rhea answered
    test Rhea answered 5/11 in the questions correctly and Precious answered 7/11 of it correctly. If each problem is worth the same amount, who got the higher score?
  • Sorting ASC
    compare Which group of decimals is in order from least to greatest? A) 1.04, 0.39, 0.8, 2.1, 0.09 B) 2.1, 1.04, 0.39, 0.8, 0.09 C) 0.09, 0.39, 0.8, 1.04, 2.1 D) 0.09, 0.39, 0.8, 2.1, 1.04
  • Quadrant four
    kvadrant Which point is located in Quadrant IV? A coordinate plane. A(-8, 6) B(-8, -6) C(8, -6) D(8, 6)
  • Ameeka
    paper Ameeka is in charge of designing a school pennant for spirit week. She wants the base to be 3 1/2 feet and the height to be 6 1/2 feet. She has 20 square feet of paper available. Does she have enough paper?
  • Roma ate
    cake Roma ate 2/5 of a cake while Somya ate 3/7 of the same cake. Who ate more and by how much?
  • Michigan snowfall
    snowboard The state of Michigan recorded an all-time high snowfall of 355.9 inches during the winter of 1978-79. Its lowest snowfall of 81.3 inches was recorded during the winter of 1930-31. How much more snowfall did Michigan receive during the winter of 1978-79 t
  • Pumpkin pie
    pumpkin pie Have some pumpkin pie. One half of the pie is cut into 4 equal slices, the other half is cut into 3 equal slices. After eating one of the larger slices (on the 3 piece side), I wonder if I will eat more if I have one more from the 3 side, or two from the
  • Luke
    juice Luke, Seth, and Anja have empty glasses. Mr. Gabel pours 3/6 cup of orange juice in Seth's glass. Then he pouts 1/6 cup of orange juice in Luke's glass and 2/6 cup of orange juice in Anja's glass. Who gets the MOST orange juice?
  • Sean Junkins
    mince Sean Junkins works at X-Mobile. His pay is easily calculated by using the expression 12h+8c, where h is the number of hours he works and c represents the amount of phones he sells.  Would Sean Junkins make more money if worked 37 hours and sold 3 cell pho

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