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Unformatted text preview: to inches. One yard is 36 inches. 1 ft. 3 in. is 15 inches.
15 5 = 36 12 leaving 15 gallons to fill the tank. 7. (C) Multiply by 9. Divide by 2. 7. (D) There were 40 students at the meeting.
81 = 40 5 1 1 1 1 20 15 6 12 53 (C) + + + = + + + = 3 4 10 5 60 60 60 60 60 7 Therefore, is left for other expenses. 60 8. This is the number of seniors. Since 42 seniors voted for the Copacabana, 147 did not. 8. (A) After working for X hours, M  X hours are left out of a total of M hours.
1 1 2 1 D dogs are large. of D or D are 3 4 3 6 1 1 medium. The total of these dogs is D + D , 3 6 1 leaving D small dogs. 2 9. (A) 10. (B) There are A + B books. B out of A + B are biographies. www.petersons.com Verbal Problems Involving Fractions 51 Exercise 2
1. (C) She put $8000 into savings banks.
1 800 = x 3 $24, 000 = x Exercise 3
1. (E)
3 x 4 18.00 = 3x 4.50 = Multiply by 3.
5 . 3 Multiply by 4. Divide by 3. 2. (B) 4500 = x 3 5 $7500 = x Multiply by x = $6.00, his allowance for the week. $6.00 $4.50 = $1.50 left for other expenses. 2. (B)
7 x 9 3150 = 7 x 450 = x 350 = 3. (A) Since 4 9 of will go to fouryear 5 10 1 9 9 or colleges, of will go to twoyear 5 10 50 Multiply by 9. Divide by 7. colleges. 4. (D) They covered
1 ⋅ 3000 or 300 miles the 10 first day, leaving 2700 miles still to drive. They covered
2 ⋅ 2700 or 600 miles the second day, 9 This is the number of students in the class. If 350 attend the prom, 100 do not. 3. (C)
5 of the voters voted for the resolution. 9 5 Multiply by 9. Divide by 5. 900 = x 9 8100 = 5 x leaving 2100 miles still to drive. 5.
5 3 5 of or are high school graduates. 6 4 8 1 15 7 Since are college graduates, + or of 4 48 8 (B) 1620 = x 1620  900 = 720 voted against the resolution. 4. (B)
2 x = 14, 000 7 2 x = 98, 000 x = $49, 000 the employees graduated from high school, leaving
1 who did not. 8 Multiply by 7. Divide by 2. 5. (D) 4 x = 500 Multiply by 15. Divide by 15 4. This is their monthly 4 x = 7500 income. x = $1875 Multiply by 12 to find yearly income: $22,500. www.peterso...
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This note was uploaded on 08/15/2010 for the course MATH a4d4 taught by Professor Colon during the Spring '10 term at EmbryRiddle FL/AZ.
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