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Sally bought 80 sweets and cookies. Each sweet cost $1 and each cookie cost $2 more than each sweet. The total cost of the cookies was $160 more than the total cost of the sweets. (a) How many cookies did Sally buy? (b) How much did Sally spend on the sweets? No ...
Jennifer bought a total of 54 chocolate and vanilla ice creams. Each chocolate ice cream costs $6 and each vanilla ice cream costs $4.50 The total cost of the chocolate ice creams is $51 more than the total cost of the vanilla ice creams. How many more chocolate ice creams than vanilla ice creams did she buy?
A goldsmith has a total of 450 rings and bracelets. The total value of the bracelets is $4950 more than the total value of the rings. Each bracelet is priced at $300 and each ring costs $150 Find the total value of all the jewellery that the goldsmith has.
45 people are travelling in a bus from location A to location B. The ticket for a senior citizen who is 60 years of age or older is priced at $6. The cost of a normal ticket is $9. The total collection from the senior citizens who are aged 60 years or older is $135 more than the collection from the other passengers. How many senior citizens aged 60 years or older were travelling ...
An examination had 160 multiple choice questions. 1.5 marks were deducted for every wrong answer and 2.5 marks were awarded for every correct answer. Naomi ended up with 384 marks while her friend Susan scored only 304 marks. How many more answers did Susan get wrong than Naomi?
A shoe shop had a stock of 960 pairs of shoes. Some of them were manufactured last year and some of them were new pairs of shoes which were manufactured this year. The shop decided to sell off the old stock of shoes which were manufactured last year at a lower price and lost $24 per pair in the process. The shop earned $216 by selling each new pair of shoes. When the entire stock ...
A multinational company entrusted the delivery of 400 important documents to a courier agent. The courier agent would charge the company $15 for every document it delivered correctly, but promised to pay $33 to the company for every wrong delivery. The courier agent earned a total amount of $4848 from the delivery of all the documents. How many documents were not delivered correc ...
Bob and Allen had some beads at first. Bob gave `1/4` of his beads to Allen. Next, Allen gave `1/6` of his beads to Bob. As a result, both Bob and Allen had the same number of beads. The total number of beads that both Bob and Allen have is 480. (a) How many beads did Bob have at first? (b ...
Jim and Kelly had some money. Jim gave `1/4` of his money to Kelly. Next, Kelly proceeded to give `1/6` of her money to Jim. In the end, both Jim and Kelly had the same amount of money. If they had a total of $1200, (a) how much did Jim have at first? (b) how much did Kelly have at first? ...
Nicole and Susan both have a total of 4320 beads. Nicole first gave `1/6` of her beads to Susan. Next, Susan gave `1/4` of her beads to Nicole. In the end, both Nicole and Susan had the same number of beads. How many more beads than Nicole did Susan have at first?