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A soccer coach goes to the grocery store to buy the team water bottles for their afternoon game. If the coach paid $48 for a case of 40 water bottles, what is the value of a single water bottle?
Several kids take from a 30-foot roll of gimp rope for crafting. If two children each take 3 feet, how much of the roll did they take?
Julian earns a bonus at work worth 4.2% of his yearly salary. How much was Julian’s bonus if his yearly salary is $65,000?
A family takes a road trip in their car which holds 16 gallons. They filled up the tank twice and gas costs $2.75 a gallon. Assuming the tank was empty each time they put gas in it, how much money did the family spend on gas for the trip?
Mark takes a total of 5 exams for one class over the course of a semester. He earned test scores of 65, 92, 86, 74, and 88. If each score is weighted equally, what was Mark’s test average?
Logan gets his hourly salary raised from $9.50 an hour to $10.25 an hour. What percentage did his wage increase?
A high school is using one of their training loops for a cross-country meet. The loop is equivalent to \(\frac{5}{6}\) of a mile. If the participants need to run the loop 4 times, how long is the race?
Greg takes out a student loan of $20,000 to pay for college. If Greg manages to pay off all of the accumulated interest in addition to $800 of the initial principal loan each month after he gets a job, how long will it take Greg to pay off his debt?
Patricia buys a gallon of milk for $4.50, a carton of eggs for $3.00, two loaves of bread that cost $2.50 each, and 4 cans of tuna that cost 80 cents each. If Patricia’s mom gave her $20 to pick up the groceries, how much money is leftover?
Three siblings have a cookie eating contest. If two siblings each eat \(\frac{1}{3}\) of a box of cookies and the other sibling manages to eat \(\frac{3}{4}\) of a box of cookies. How many boxes of cookies did the siblings eat?
A contractor needs to carpet 3 bedrooms and a game room inside a new home. If all of the rooms have floor space of 10 × 12 square feet, how many square feet of carpet does he need?
Trisha put $1800 down on a new car and paid $375 a month for 6 years. How much did Trisha spend in total for her car?
Ross receives an employee discount of 12% at the furniture store he works for. If Ross selects $1,300 of merchandise, how much will he receive off his total with the discount?
A young boy gets his aunt to pledge $4.25 a mile for every mile he walks at a charity event. If he completes 22 miles, how much money will he have raised from his aunt?
Gail is reviewing her receipt from a department store and realizes that the clerk applied a coupon to her total, but isn’t sure for how much. If the receipt says her total is $173 and she paid $155.70, what percentage discount was the coupon for?
If Paul spends 2 hours working out in the morning and 2 hours at night reading. Since there are 24 hours in a day, what portion of every day does Paul spend reading and exercising?
Michelle’s boss requests that she meet with new clients over dinner and has her submit the dinner checks as a company expense. Michelle’s monthly receipt totals were $315, $275, $190, and $235 for four consecutive months. Based on the average, how much should Michelle’s company budget for her dinner expenses within a whole year?
The sum of three numbers is 150. If two of the numbers are the same and the third number is 6 more than the other two, what is the value of each of the smaller numbers?
A mountain guide leads a group along a trail that spans 318 miles over the course of 15 days. If the group hiked roughly the same distance each day, approximately how many miles did they walk daily?
A teacher goes out and buys a collection of books for her students. Her total comes to $230 which includes a state sales tax of 3.6%. If the tax gets waived because the teacher works for a public school, what will the teacher have to pay for the books?
A mechanic provides auto work to seniors and veterans for a discounted rate. If a veteran had his auto work bill reduced from $572 to $486.20, what is the mechanics discount?
Mary attends a farmer’s market and notices that the apples are 60 cents each, with an additional sale that for every 3 apples bought, receive a 4th one free. If Mary leaves the market with 12 apples, how much money will she pay?
Kayla received 5 scores from a panel of judges for her routine at a gymnastics meet. She earned a 9.2 overall. If her scores were 8.9, 9.1, 9.5, and 9.5, what was the score she earned from the 5th judge?
Megan served a dinner party while at work and earned a 22% tip from the customers. If Megan received $16.50 as her tip, what was the customer’s bill?
A banker makes a deposit of $4,000 into a retirement fund with the bank. After one year, the banker gets a notice that there is $4,288 in the account. What does the banker earn on annual interest on this account?
A farmer donates carnation flowers to the local elementary school so that each child can bring one home to their family for an upcoming holiday. If the elementary school hosts grades \(1-5\), and each grade has 8 classrooms of 25 children, how many carnations will the farmer donate?
Grandma Sarah baked cookies for her grandchildren. If Sarah’s eldest grandchild ate \(\frac{1}{3}\) of the cookies and she made 120 cookies total, how many cookies remain for the other grandchildren?
Stacy drives an average of 60 mph for 30 minutes to get from her home to her brother’s house. If her daughter takes the same route and it takes her 40 minutes to arrive, how fast on average was Stacy’s daughter driving?
Sean’s grandfather agrees to sell him his car for $1,200 at the end of the summer. If Sean makes money by mowing lawns in his neighborhood for $15, how many lawns does he need to mow in order to afford the car?
Alex bought a box of 500 nails to use for building a treehouse. If Alex uses \(\frac{2}{5}\) of the nails for the walls and \(\frac{1}{4}\) of the nails on the floor, how many nails has he used?