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Equal Groups (Partative Division) In 1990 the federal deficit was $220,000,000,000. The population of the United States was about 250,000,000. If each American paid an equal amount in 1990, how much would each person have to pay to erase the deficit?
Relative Comparison The 875 tickets sold at the third football game more than doubled the number of tickets (t) sold at the first game. Which of the following inequalities represents the situation?
Absolute Comparison If your normal heartbeat rate is 70 beats per minute and your exercise heart rate rises to 120 beats per minute, what is approximate percent of increase in your heart rate?
Equal Groups It takes 18 frames to create one second of animated cartoon. How many frames would a cartoon artist have to create for a fifteen-minute preview cartoon?
Area Jorge is building a kennel for his dog. The vet recommends 96 square feet of space for the dog. If the (rectangular) kennel will be 8 feet wide how long must it be to get 96 square feet of space? Lane and Micah like to play checkers. Their checkerboard is divided into one-inch squares. There are 8 one-inch squares across the bottom and 8 one-inch squares along the side. In total, how many one-inch squares are on the checkerboard? The area of a rectangle is 48 square centimeters and the length is 2 centimeters more than the width. Write a equation that could be used to find the length of the rectangle.
Let’s try a couple Bruce had 6 shirts and 8 pairs of pants dry cleaned. The dry cleaner charged Bruce $4.00 for each shirt and $5.00 for each pair of pants. Bruce left a $6.00 tip. How much money did Bruce give the dry cleaner?
Try another For every 50 students at Meadowbrook High School, he school hires at least 3 staff members (teachers, custodians, etc.). If there are 1,200 students in this high school, what is the minimum number of staff members?
Try another During the weekend, the four members of the Cooper family plan to go to dinner, attend a concert and take a museum tour. Each dinner will cost $14.75. Each concert ticket will cost $38.00. The museum tour will cost each person $8.75. Which of the following choices is the most accurate estimate of the total cost for each member of the family for the weekend?