Q 1 : Jan's mom works at a department store and gets a discount off the purchases she makes there. Her discount is: she pays 4/5 of the ticket price for an item. If she bought a dress for $40 what was its ticket price? (Calculate assuming there is not sales tax) (Hint: Let the ticket price be x. Jan's mom pays 4/5 of the ticket price, which translates to 4/5x. The price she paid is $40. Therefore the equation is 4/5x=40.) $40 $36 $50
Q 2 : Fred has a discount coupon off for one merchandise in a department store. He pays 2/3rd of the ticket price of the item. If he bought a Jacket for $40, what was its ticket price. (Assuming no sales tax)
$50 $45 $60
Q 3 : Harry used 260 minutes on his cell phone. If he has 12/25 of the minutes on his monthly plan limit left, what is the total number of minutes in his monthly plan limit? (Hint: Let the total number of minutes on the plan be x. Since Harry has 12/25 of the minutes left, he has used 1 - 12/25 = 13/25 of them. This translates to (13/25)x. This is equal to 260 minutes so the equation is (13/25)x = 260. Therefore x=___) 500 600 540
Q 4 : Greg spent $80 for games. If this is 4/5 of the amount his dad gave him. What is the total amount his dad gave? $145 $100 $160
Q 5 : Sid spent $20 on a trading card game. If 1/5 of his money is left. What is the amount he had in the beginning? $30 $20 $25
Q 6 : Aron has 4 times as many pencils as Greg. If Greg has 80 pencils, what is the total number of pencils that both have? 320 400 360
Q 7 : George has an MP3 player. He only has room for 600 more minutes of music left on it. If he has filled it to 4/5 of its capacity, what is the total number of minutes of music that it can hold? (Hint: Let the total number of minutes of music on MP3 player be x. Since it is filled to 4/5 of its capacity, it has 1-4/5 of its capacity. This translates to (1/5)x. This is equal to 600 minutes, so the equation is (1/5)x = 600. Therefore x = ____) 3,000 1,200 1,800
Q 8 : Mr.B puts $9,000 in charges on his credit card. If these charges are equal to 3/4th of his credit limit. What is his credit limit? (Hint: Let the total credit limit be x. Since Mr.B spends 3/4 of the credit limit, this translates to 3/4x. This is equal to $9,000, so your equation is (3/4)x. This is equal to $9000, so the equatio is 3/4x = 9000. Therefore x = ____) $10,000 $12,000 $18,000
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