Direct relationship - math problems

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  • Clothes 4
    textiles If the cost of 16.5 metres of cloth is ₹2,062.50 then find the cost of 24.75 metres of clothes
  • Cornbreads
    tea If 4 and a half teaspoons of baking powder are need to make 10 servings of cornbread, how many teaspoons are needed to make 25 servings?
  • Two-fifths
    maso Two-fifths (2/5) of a pound of chicken for each person. If there are 8 people to be fed, how many pounds of chicken are required?
  • Two cities
    city On a map, 1.5 cm represents 50 miles. If the distance between the two cities on the map is 6 cm, how many miles separate the cities?
  • Petrol as fuel
    fuel A car can travel 480 miles on a full tank of petrol. The tank holds 60 litres. The fuel gauge shows there are 15 litres left in the tank. How many more miles can the car travel before it runs out of petrol?
  • Ember
    ratios Ember spent $144 on her birthday party for 18 guests. If the cost is at the same rate, how many guests will there if she spends $176?
  • The printer
    time A total of 6 piece of book covers were printed in 0.12 hours. Each piece of the book cover was printed in equal time. Calculate the time, in hours, to print 30 book covers.
  • A map 4
    map A map represents every 4 miles with 1 inch. If a school and a bank are actually 12 miles apart, how far apart are they on the map, in inches?
  • A cook
    cookies A cook wants to make enough cookies for 159 students. The cookie recipe makes 1 1/4 dozen cookies. A dozen equals 12. How many batches does the cook need to make if each student gets one cookie?
  • Hour salary + fix
    work Devin recently hired a contractor to do some necessary work. The contractor gave a quote of $395 for parts plus $62 an hour for labor. Let x  represent the number of labor hours worked. Write an algebraic expression to represent the total cost for the rep
  • Six identical
    balloon Six identical compressors inflate 180 balloons in one hour. How many balloons inflate one compressor in 10 minutes?
  • Mr Duma
    garden Mr Duma recently inherited a rectangular plot, part of the estate left by his late father. The plot with the following dimensions: Length=2x+1;Width=x-1. Determine the formula, in terms of x, that best describes the area of the rectangular plot. He has pl
  • Jewelry box
    ring The bottom of Zeyda's jewelry box is a rectangle with the length of 5 3/8 inches and a width of 3 1/4 inches. What is the area of the bottom of the jewelry box?
  • Slices of ham
    energy If 17 slices equals 70 calories how many calories are in 5 slices?
  • Statistical survey
    statistics Write TRUE OR FALSE for each question: 1 Standard deviation is a measure of central location. 2. The most frequent observation in a data set is known as the mode. 3 The most passive method of data collection is observation. 4 Access time for secondary dat
  • Mushroom risotto
    workers 630g of rice is needed to prepare mushroom risotto for four people. How many boxes of 500g rice do you have to buy to prepare risotto for 17 people?
  • Scale factor 2
    photo Nadeem has a 10 inch by 10 inch photo album. He wants to make as large a copy of the original photo as possible to fit the album. Whats are the largest dimensions the copy can be if he keeps the proportion of the original photo? Explain your answer. .. .
  • Book reading
    books Susan thought, "If I read 15 pages a day, I will read the whole book in 8 days. “How many pages would she have to read a day if she wanted to finish the book on the 6th day from the start of reading? And how many pages does the book have?
  • Mr. Ben
    bricks Mr. Ben drives bricks to the construction site. If he drove three times a day, he would make bricks in 8 days. How many times a day would he go every day to be done 2 days earlier?
  • Everyone drinks the same
    beers 24 bricklayers drink 72 beverage bottles a day at the construction site. How many bottles would 19 bricklayers need? Everyone drinks the same.

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