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Melissa bought some cookies and sweets with 3 $50 notes and received a change of $49. The cost of each sweet is $2. The cost of each cookie is $1. Melissa bought 16 more sweets than cookies. (a) How much do the cookies cost in total? (b) How much do the sweets cost in total? ...
Pearl had some rolls of ribbons and balls of yarn which when combined, had a total length of 1250 m. The length of yarn contained in a ball is 25 m. Each roll of ribbon is 5 m longer than each ball of yarn. If there were 5 more rolls of ribbon than balls of yarn, how many rolls of ribbon does Pearl have?
A clinic ordered and received 1900 pills to be packed into medicine bottles. A small medicine bottle will have 30 pills, while a big medicine bottle will have 20 more pills than the small bottle. If there are 10 more small bottles than big bottles, what is the total number of pills in the big bottles?
Thomas paid $300.30 for 98 goldfish and silverfish. A week later, 14 of his silverfish died. He then had an equal number of silverfish and goldfish. Each silverfish cost $3 more than a goldfish. (a) What is the cost of a goldfish? (b) How much did he pay for all the silverfish bought? ...
George paid $170.40 for 82 peaches and bananas. He gave 8 peaches to his friends. The number of peaches left was equal to the number of bananas. A peach cost $1.60 more than a banana. (a) Find the cost of a peach. (b) How much did he pay for the bananas? N ...
Charles bought 142 apples and oranges for $553. He gave 28 oranges to his friends and the number of oranges left was equal to the number of apples. If each orange cost $4 more than an apple, how much more did Charles pay for the oranges than the apples?
John paid $338.60 for 122 marbles and stamps. He gave 6 marbles to his friend. He then had an equal number of marbles and stamps. Each stamp cost $1 more than a marble. How much more did he pay for the stamps than the marbles? Notes to student: Round your ...