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October Daily Word Problems
1. Inequality Martin can spend no more than $5.50 for lunch. He spent $4.60 for a sandwich and chips. How much can he spend for a drink and stay within his budget?
He is not sure how many people he can invite with a budget of $1500. The catering company charges $650 plus $5.50 per person. What’s the greatest number of people he can invite and stay within budget? 2. Inequality
3. Using Rates in Equations A color printer prints 6 pages per minute in color but 10 pages per minute in black and white. The printer prints for 30 minutes. Write an equation that would calculate the total number of pages, P, printed during that time if x minutes were needed for color pages.
4. Profit Problem Ron makes fishing lures. The material cost is $1.25 per lure. He sells each lure for $3.75. How much profit does Ron make per lure?
5. Language of Algebra If the grocery store has 40 front end employees. Made up of cashiers and baggers. There are 12 more cashiers than baggers, how many cashiers are employed at the store?