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Andrew scored 17 points in his last basketball game which is 6 fewer than George. How many points did George score? 17 = g - 6
A taxi service charges a $10.00 fee plus $2.00 per mile. Trinity paid the driver $18.00. How many miles did she ride in the taxi? 10 + 2m = 18
Bonaire has about 316 seventh graders which is about 27 more than eighth graders. How many eighth graders are enrolled? 316 = e + 27
Sydney has 24 cupcakes to share with the kids. If each kid received 2 cupcakes, how many kids were there? 24 / k = 2
Max wants to buy a snowboard. He has $119 which is 56 less than he needs. How much more money does he need? n - 56 = 119
I'm thinking of a number. If you multiply it by 4 and then add 13, you will get 37. What is my number? 4x + 13 = 37
Breonna figures the new game system she wants will cost about $160.00. She has saved $40 and can earn $10.00 per hour at her job. How many hours will she have to work? 10h + 40 = 160
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