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The price of a calculator in bookstore A is equal to the price of the same calculator in bookstore B. In the month of August, the price of the calculator was marked down in both bookstores. As a result, the price became $32 and $38 in bookstore A and B respectively. John bought 3 such calculators from each bookstore and found that he saved a total of $114 due to the markdowns in price. ...
The price of a washing machine in a shop on Miller Road is the same as the price of an identical washing machine in a shop on Washington Road. Both the shops offered a discount on the washing machine during Christmas. As a result, the price of the machine in the Miller Road shop became $330 and that in the Washington Road shop became $310. Robinson's family could save a total of $1240 by buying 4 such washing machines from e ...
The student population of school C is thrice of the total student population of school A and school B. There are 460 students in school B. If the total student population of schools A, B and C is 3152, how many more students are there in school C than school A?
A juice bar has a total of 1509 cans of juice. There are 223 cans of pineapple juice. The number of cans of orange juice is twice the total number of cans of pineapple juice, blueberry juice and cranberry juice. The number of cans of cranberry juice is three times the number of cans of blueberry juice. How many cans of blueberry juice does the bar have?
The rice in 3 boxes A, B and C have a total mass of 144 kg. Box C has 22 kg of rice. The total mass of rice in boxes B and C is a quarter of the mass of the rice in box A. How much rice must be transferred from box A to box B and box C, so that all the three boxes have the same mass of rice? (a) Amount of rice transferred from box A to box B: _____ kg ...
Dean and Sam had a total of $123 at first. Mary gave Sam $7 and John gave Sam $10. In the end, Sam had thirteen times as much money as Dean. (a) How much money did Sam have at first? (b) How much money did Dean have at first? Notes to students: If the que ...