Equation and Inequalities Word Problems

Equation and Inequalities Word Problems

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- Question 1300 secondsQ. Jim paid a gym membership fee of $50, plus $20 per month. Jim has paid a total of $290 to the gym. Which equation matches this situation?answer choices
- Question 2300 secondsQ. Scott works on cars. He charges $35 for each car plus $7 per hour. Write an equation that represents this scenario if Kylie's car bill was $63.answer choices
- Question 3900 secondsQ. Terry had his car repaired at Ace Auto. He was charged $50 per hour of labor plus $150 for parts. His total bill for the repair before tax was $375. How many hours of labor was Terry charged for?answer choices
- Question 4300 secondsQ. Penelope is going to the carnival to ride the rides. It costs $20 to get into the carnival and ride tickets are $0.50 each. Write an equation that represents this scenario if she spends $35 in all.answer choices
- Question 5300 secondsQ. Natalie is a softball coach. She has a pitching private lesson with Kasey. Kasey's mom pays Natalie $11 per hour plus a $6 tip. Write an equation that represents this scenario if the total cost was $39.answer choices
- Question 6300 secondsQ. 331 students went on a field trip. Six buses were filled and 7 students traveled in cars. How many students were in each bus? Write an equation that matches this situation.answer choices
- Question 7300 secondsQ. 331 students went on a field trip. Six buses were filled and 7 students traveled in cars. The equation from the last problem was: 6x+7=331. How many students were in each bus?answer choices
- Question 8300 secondsQ. Jim paid a gym membership fee of $50, plus $20 per month. Jim has paid a total of $290 to the gym. Which equation matches this situation?answer choices
- Question 9300 secondsQ. Jim paid a gym membership fee of $50, plus $20 per month. Jim has paid a total of $290 to the gym. How many months has he been a member at the gym?answer choices
- Question 10300 secondsQ. Scott works on cars. He charges $35 for each car plus $7 per hour. Write an equation that represents this scenario if Kylie's car bill was $63.answer choices
- Question 11300 secondsQ. Scott works on cars. He charges $35 for each car plus $7 per hour. Write an equation that represents this scenario if Kylie's car bill was $63.answer choices
- Question 12300 secondsQ. Which situation can be represented by the inequality

15 + 6x ≤ 100?answer choices - Question 13120 secondsQ. You flip an inequality symbol when you...answer choices
- Question 14300 secondsQ. Joan needed $100 to buy a graphing calculator for her math class. Her neighbor will pay her $5 per hour to babysit and her Father gave her $10 for mowing the lawn. Which inequality represents the minimum amount of hours she will need to babysit in order for her to buy her calculator?answer choices
- Question 15900 secondsQ. Mrs. Scott decided that she would spend no more than $120 to buy a jacket and a skirt. If the price of the jacket was $20 more than 3 times the price of the skirt, which inequality represents the highest possible price of the skirt?answer choices
- Question 16900 secondsQ. The dance committee hired a DJ for the fall dance. The DJ charges $125 per hour in addition to $55 for an assistant. The committee wants to keep the total cost under $600. Which inequality represents the maximum amount of hours the DJ will play at the dance?answer choices
- Question 17300 secondsQ. Daniel can spend no more than $40 at the fair. If admission into the fair is $10 and the rides cost $1.50 each, which inequality represents the greatest number of rides Daniel can go on?answer choices
- Question 18300 secondsQ. Triniti had $500 in a saving account at the beginning of the summer. She wants to have at least $200 in the account by the end of the summer. She withdraws $25 each week for food, clothes, and movie tickets. Which inequality represents her situation?answer choices
- Question 19900 secondsQ. The members of Carver Middle School's Junior Beta Club need to raise at least $2000 to attend their national convention. They raised $300 with their last fundraiser and decide to host a school talent show to raise the rest. They plan to charge $10 for each ticket. Which inequality shows the number of tickets they must sale to reach their goal?answer choices
- Question 20900 secondsQ. Which word problem represents the inequality:

x + 32 ≥ 80

(Show work by writing down inequality clue words.)answer choices

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