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Sheila makes a gallon of homemade sweet iced tea every three days. If she only ever drinks \(\frac{2}{3}\) of a gallon by the time she makes a new batch, how much sweet tea is she wasting in 15 days?
A lemonade stand sells glasses of lemonade, but customers come in waves. After each wave, the stand sold \(\frac{9}{10} \) a tub, \(\frac{3}{5}\), and \(\frac{2}{7} \). How many tubs of lemonade did they sell?
Paula goes to the mall to buy herself a new outfit with $45. If she buys pants for $14.75 and a blouse for $12.50, how much money does she have left to buy shoes?
A ticket to see a movie costs $8.50 at the local theatre. Samuel goes and buys tickets for himself and his two friends. In addition, he buys a large popcorn for $6.75 and three sodas that each cost $3.00. If Samuel pays with a $50 gift card, how much money is the remaining balance?
An extreme cyclist decides he wants to travel cross-country on his bike. Based on his planned route, he wants to cycle 854 miles throughout the United States. If he wants to complete the tour in two weeks exactly, approximately how many miles must he cycle daily?
A local church partners with local homeless shelters to help feed the homeless on Thanksgiving. The church requires 5 volunteers to help out for every 80 people they serve. Three homeless shelters take care of 200 people total and another two shelters take care of 60 people each. How many volunteers will the church need altogether for the holiday?
A designer is carpeting the upstairs of a house. One bedroom measures 10 Ã— 13 square feet and another bedroom measures 15 Ã— 12 square feet. If carpets cost $9.64 square foot, and the designer does not need to factor in labor, how much will the project cost rounding up to the nearest whole dollar?
Wood flooring costs $1.20 per square foot. How much would it cost if a man decides to install wood floors into his kitchen that is 16 Ã— 18 square feet and his dining room that is 12 Ã— 10 square feet?
A contractor earns \(1 \frac{3}{4}\) times her hourly rate for overtime. If she worked 8 hours of overtime and her hourly rate equals $19 an hour, how much more money will her check be than her base pay for a normal week?
Justin works 34 hours a week at one job and 22 hours a week at another job. Since there are 24 hours in a day, how much of a 7-day week is Justin spending at work?
The sum of three numbers is 135. If all the numbers are the same, what is the value of the number?
The sum of two numbers is 80. One number is 6 less than the other. Whatâ€™s the smaller number?
A family spends $40 on school supplies for one child, $70 on supplies for another child, and $55 each for a set of twin children. What is the average cost of back to school supplies for each child?
Frank needs to have an 85 average in biology to be allowed to play school sports the next semester. If all tests are weighted equally and he earned a 73, 91, 79, and 82 on the first four tests, what does he need on the fifth and final exam to meet the 85 average?
A local college has an average of 4,000 students per class year. Each year, more and more students are attending the college. Between one year, the graduating class grows by 300 students. Based on the average sized class, how much did the student class increase?
The founder of a new company spends part of his 40-hour work week in meetings with new investors. If he has 10 different meetings that each last 40 minutes, approximately what portion of his work time is spent in meetings?
The Baker family hosts a large gathering for the holidays and have 4 pies for dessert. A husband and wife duo each eat \(\frac{2}{5}\) of a pie and each of their four children eat \(\frac{2}{3}\) of a pie. How many pies do the Bakerâ€™s have remaining for the rest of the family?
Hunter notices that she walked a total of 600 steps while walking around her work building on a 30-minute break. If she kept the same pace, how many steps could she walk if she took a 45-minute break?
A realtor earns \(\frac{1}{15}\) the cost of a house in commission from the sale. If a realtor successfully sells a house for $325,000, what is the value of the commission earned, rounded to the nearest whole dollar?
A family pays 18% the value of a home as the down payment. If they paid $63,000 as their down payment, what is the value of the home they purchased?
Two friends got the same percentage of math questions right on their tests. One friend got 96 questions correct out of 120 questions. If the second friend took an exam with only 75 questions, how many did she answer correctly?
A man is short for cash and only wants to take out what heâ€™s accumulated in interest over the year from one of his accounts. If he originally deposited $3,600 into the account with a 7.2% annual interest, how much money can he expect to withdraw?
A scientist wants his experimental fly population to grow by 100 flies every 3 days. If he starts with 300 flies, how many should he have in one month (thirty days)?
An employee is compensated two hours worth of pay for every 90 miles they travel for work. If the employee is given 18 hours of pay for travel on their paycheck, how many miles did they travel during that pay period?
A manâ€™s apartment building charges him $60 a month for his dog. The following year, he pays the building a total of $960 because he has two dogs. How much more money a month does having a second dog cost?
Henry leaves work driving at an average speed of 50 miles per hour. If he needs to travel 30 miles to his home, how long will it take him to arrive?
A local gym purchases paper towel rolls by the gross. If they use 4 rolls per day for cleaning and another 2 per day for each restroom available, how long will the gross last?
A mechanic purchases 18 gallons of oil to complete a number of oil changes. If he needs \(\frac{3}{10}\) a gallon of oil for each car, how many oil changes can he do before he runs out?
A photo center develops prints for $0.45 a photo. If their operations cost $3,100 a month in addition to 10 cents per photo, how many photos must they develop to see a $400 profit?
Alan makes a $518 car payment every month for 6 years. If he never made a down payment, how much money did he pay for the car in total?