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Mrs. Bacha spends $21.50 on sandwiches for her favorite class. If sandwiches are $3.25, what equation could be used to find how many sandwiches Mrs. Bacha purchased? Let s represent the number of sandwiches. $3.25s = $21.50
To earn money for a school field trip, Nathan sold TRMS shirts for $18.00 each. He earned a total of $163.00. What equation could be used to find the number of shirts (s) Nathan sold. s x 18 = 163
Solve: 6g = 60 q = 10
Solve: k/7 = 8 k = 56
Solve: t - 5/6 = 5 5/6 6 2/3
Elijah spent $17 at the mall. Now he has $6. Write and solve an equation to find out how much money Elijah took to the mall. Use m as your variable. m - 17 = 6; m = 23. Elijah took $23 to the mall.
Tonya's score was 28 points. If her score was four times Corey's score, what was Corey's score? Write and solve an equation to find Corey's score. Use c as your variable. 4c = 28; c = 7. Corey scored 7 points.
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