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- A certain Math Club makes
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A certain Math Club makes 35 bars of laundry soap a week and sells these at P 20 each. Before the soap can all be sold, the pupils found out that 6 bars were destroyed by ...

- A certain small factory employs 98 workers
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A certain small factory employs 98 workers. Of these 10 receive a wage of P 350 per day and the rest receive P 255 per day. To the management, a week is equal to 6 working ...

- A rectangle has dimensions of 7m x 5m
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A rectangle has dimensions of 7m x 5m. Later, 20 m^2 are cut off the ...

- Emily had 30 cookies to bring to school
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Emily had 30 cookies to bring to school for her birthday. Three students wanted two cookies each. Then, a new student came to the school that day and he wanted three cookies. Then, one of the three kids gave their two cookies back. Emily was still passing out ...

- Emily had 50 cookies
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Emily had 50 cookies to bring to school for her birthday. Three students wanted two cookies each. Then a new student came to the school that day and he wanted three cookies. but then someone of the three kids gave there two cookies back .then she put the rest of the cookies into groups of 10...

- Jordan drove his car at 60 mph
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Jordan drove his car at 60 mph for the same number of hours than Luke drove his car at 52 miles per hour. If Jordan ended up driving 92 miles more than ...

- Lilia scores 15 points fewer than Bob
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Lilia scores 15 points fewer than Bob, who scores 35 points. Carol scores half as many points as ...

- Order Of Operations
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as an astronomer, you wish to find the (F) force of a moving meteorite by using the formula F = ma. You know the (m) mass of this meteorite is 12 tons and that it is (a) accelerating at a speed of 105 miles/...

- Order Of Operations
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At a book store, luna bought one book for $4.95 each. write an evaluate on expression to find how much money the books ...

- Order Of Operations
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the perimeter of a hexagon is found by adding the lengths of all sis sides of the hexagon. below write a numerical expression th find the perimeter. then evaluat e the experession. 8,5,5,8,5,5

- Order Of Operations
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the perimeter of a hexagon is found by adding the lengths of all six sides of the hexagon. below write a numerical expression to find the perimeter. then evaluate the experession. 8,5,5,8,5,5

- Order Of Operations
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As of September 1, 1997, the minimum wage was set at $5.15 per ...

- Order Of Operations
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A girl is supposed to skate 16 hours this week. So far, she has skated 13 hours and today is Thursday. On Friday, she is supposed to a party with friends for 2 hours, so she won’t be able to skate on Friday at all. On Saturday, she has horseback riding lessons for 3 hours and won’t be able to skate. On Sunday, she will skate for 2 ...

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How many yards of material from a 24-yard length of cloth remain after 3 pieces, each 3 yards long, and 5 pieces, each 2 yards ...

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find the sum of 35 and 12 raised to the power of three, then subtract 5 raised to the power of five

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Tyler walked 2 miles a day for the first week of his exercise plan.Then he walked 3 miles a day for the next 9 ...

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A rectangular garden is 40 feet long and 22 feet wide. A path in the garden uses 146 square feet of ...

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the middle school team scored three field goals worth three points each and two touchdowns worth six points each , including extra points.write a numeral expression tofind the team's ...

- Order Of Operations
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the middle school team scored three field goals worth three points each and two touchdowns worth six points each , including extra points.write a numeral expression tofind the team\'s ...

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carl received z time two dollars from his job in march, plus a raise for 3 days .If he earned 2 to the fiveth power plus a dollars each day for his raise, how much money did he earn each day?

a = 1240 divide 62

z = a+1800 divide 2+(200 times 3 +29)

- Order Of Operations
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Within ABC School, The Science Department has three disciplines.

In total, 280 students study Chemistry, 254 students study Physics, and 280 students study Biology.

97 students study both Chemistry and Physics, 138 students study both Physics and Biology, 152 students study both Chemistry and Biology.

73 students study all three disciplines.

Can you determine how many students there are in the Science ...

- Order Of Operations
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Use the order of operations with the digit 4 four times to find the solution 44.

- Order Of Operations
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haircuts for boys cost $7. Haircuts for men cost $10. If 20 boys and 20 men went to the barber ...

- Order Of Operations
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the middle school team scored three field goals worth three points each and two touchdowns worth six points each,including extra points.write a numerical expression to find the teams ...

- Order Of Operations
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Students get $2 off the price of admission at a local museum. If admission is $8 and 5 students and 2 teachers will ...

- Order Of Operations
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The clothing company has 9,117 men's sweaters and 547 women's ...

- Order Of Operations
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There are 22 students in Natalie's class. new reading books cost $7 each. Natalie's class raised $50 washig cars. if tere are 2 teachers in Natalie's class, write and evaluate an expression to show how much more each teacher will have to pay to buy the new reading books

- Order Of Operations
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blake had a bag containing bleu tiles,green tiles and red tiles. There were 19 tiles in all in the ...

- Order Of Operations
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The animal keeper feeds Mischief, the monkey, 5 pounds of bananas per day.The gorilla eats 4 times as many bananas as the ...

- PEMDAS
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Travis gained 9 pounds during the holidays. He dieted and lost 14 pounds, gained 3 pounds , but gained 3 more when he went on vacation. By the end of the year he lost another 7 ...

- PEMDAS
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a great white shark weights 500 pounds and eats 2% of its weight a ...

- The middle school team scored three field goals
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The middle school team scored three field goals worth three points each and two touchdowns worth six points each, including extra points. Write a numerical expression to find the team's ...

- Tim has found a number with the following property
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Tim has found a number with the following property: Seven more than five times the number equals seven time the number divided by ...

- Use the order of operations
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Use the order of operations and the digits 2, 4, 6...

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