Systems Word Problems (DonBon)

Systems Word Problems (DonBon)

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- Question 1900 secondsQ. Erin is 3 years younger than twice Alex's age. Their ages combined are 33 years. How old are Alex and Erin. If x=Erin's age and y=Alex's age, choose the system that matches the situation.answer choices
- Question 2900 secondsQ. Nancy went to the grocery story. On Monday she purchased 4 apples and 6 bananas for a total of $13. On Wednesday she purchased 3 apples and 7 bananas for a total of $13.50. Which system of equations represents the situation?answer choices
- Question 3900 secondsQ. Josh is thinking of two numbers. Their sum is -10 and their difference is -2. Which system of equations represents the situation?answer choices
- Question 4900 secondsQ. The sum of Mr. Micklow and Ms. Craft's age is 55. The difference is 3. Which system of equations represents the situation?answer choices
- Question 5900 secondsQ. The talent show committee sold a total of 530 tickets in advance. Student tickets cost $3 each and the adult tickets cost $4 each. If the total receipts were $1740, which system could be used to find how many of each type of ticket were sold?answer choices
- Question 6900 secondsQ. 1. The cost of 5 squash and 2 zucchini is $1.32. Three squash and 1 zucchini cost $0.75. Write a system of equations.answer choices
- Question 7900 secondsQ. On Monday Joe bought 10 cups of coffee and 5 doughnuts for his office at the cost of $16.50. It turns out that the doughnuts were more popular than the coffee. On Tuesday he bought 5 cups of coffee and 10 doughnuts for a total of $14.25. Which equations could be used to determine the cost of the coffee?answer choices
- Question 8900 secondsQ. Homer sells tickets for admission to your school play and collects a total of $104. Admission prices are $6 for adults and $4 for children. He sold 21 tickets total. Solve the system:

x + y = 21

6x + 4y = 104answer choices - Question 9900 secondsQ. Homer sells tickets for admission to your school play and collects a total of $104. Admission prices are $6 for adults and $4 for children. He sold 21 tickets total. How many of each type of ticket were sold?answer choices
- Question 10900 secondsQ. David is running a concession stand at a soccer game. He sells nachos and sodas. Nachos cost $1.50 each and sodas cost $0.50 each. At the end of the game, David made a total of $78.50 and sold a total of 87 nachos and sodas combined.answer choices
- Question 11900 secondsQ. Dennis mowed his next door neighbor’s lawn for a handful of dimes and nickels, 80 coins in all. Upon completing the job he counted out the coins and it came to $6.60. How many nickels and dimes did Dennis earn?answer choices
- Question 12900 secondsQ. A large pizza at Palanzio’s Pizzeria costs $6.80 plus $0.90 for each topping. The cost of a large cheese pizza at Guido’s Pizza is $7.30 plus $0.65 for each topping. How many toppings can you get at each Pizzeria so that the price of a large pizza is the same?answer choices
- Question 13900 secondsQ. Your family goes to a restaurant for dinner. There are 6 people in your family. Some order the chicken dinner for $14.80 and some order steak for $17. If the total bill was $91, how many of each kind of dinner was purchased?answer choices
- Question 14900 secondsQ. At a college bookstore, Carla purchased a math textbook and a novel that cost a total of $54, not including tax. If the price of the math textbook, t, is $8 more than 3 times the price of the novel, n, which system of linear equations could be used to determine the price of each book?answer choices
- Question 15900 secondsQ. Some students want to order shirts with their school logo. One company charges $9.65 per shirt plus a setup fee of $43. Another company charges $8.40 per shirt plus a $58 fee. Which equation represents the number of shirts when both companies charge the same amount?answer choices
- Question 16900 secondsQ.
A cashier has 25 coins consisting of nickels, dimes, and quarters with a value of $4.90. If the number of dimes is 1 less than twice the number of nickels, how many of each type of coin does she have?

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