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Math Word Problems - GED, PSAT, SAT, ACT, GRE Preparation 2.1 Word Problems - Basic Operations With Variables - 1

Word Problems as equations Example:
Five more than twice a number is 28.
Solution: 2x + 5 = 28 Directions: Choose the algebraic equation for the word problem given below.

Q 1: Two more than three times a number is 20. 2x = 30 2x + 3 = 20 3x + 2 = 20

Q 2: Cod's money is twice as much as Peter's money. p = 2c c = 2p c = p/2

Q 3: If Mike's allowance was increased by $6, he would be earning twice what he is now. 6 + 2m = m m + 6 = 2m 6m = m + m

Q 4: Katie has twice as many tropes and Aron. a x k = 2 k = a x 2 a = k x 2

Q 5: Jill has 4 fewer pencils than Matt. j = m + 4 m = j - 4 j = m - 4

Q 6: The product of a number and 5 is equal to sum of that number and 14. 5x = 14 5x - 14 = x 5x = x + 14

Q 7: Jill has 5 more pens than Kelly. j = k + 5 j = k - 5 k = j + 5

Q 8: Ben has 17 basketball trophies. b = 17 b > 17 b < 17

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