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#1 6.EE.6 - word problem - 11 (constructed - level I & II)
Martina has 7 more than three times as many candies as Maria.
Write an algebraic expression to represent the number of candies that Martina has, where
represents the number of candies that Maria has.
how many candies Martina has?
how many candies Maria has?
#2 6.EE.6 - word problem - 14 (constructed - level I & II)
An amusement park charges $30.00 to enter and $0.25 per ticket.
Write an algebraic expression to represent the total amount spent, where
represents the number of tickets purchased.
How much it costs to go to the park? $
#3 6.EE.6 - word problem - 17 (constructed - level I & II)
Andy has a part time job doing yard work. He is paid $12 per hour and a $20 bonus when he completes the yard. He was paid $92 for completing his work.
Write an equation to represent the amount of money he earned where
is the number of hours worked.
How many hours did Andy work?
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#4 6.EE.6 - word problem - 20 (selected - level I & II)
The recipe calls for
cup of sugar for one cake
cups of sugar are available to make cakes
Which equation can be used to find
, the total number of cakes
that can be made?
#5 6.EE.6 - word problem - 24 (selected - level I)
earns $7 per hour working for the pizza store and the game store.
She works 5 hours in the morning at the pizza store.
She works in the evening at the game store.
The expression (5 × 7) + (
× 7) represents
's earnings for the day.
represent in the above expression?
Lindsay's working hours at the game store
Lindsay's hourly earning
Lindsay's working hours at the pizza store
Lindsay's hourly earning at the game store
#6 6.EE.6 - word problem - 32 (constructed - level I & II)
The red team scored more than the blue team by 3 goals.
represents the number of goals scored by the blue team, w
an algebraic expression to r
epresent the total number of goals scored by the red team
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