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Question 1 of 5Solve each Word Problem
On Tuesday a restaurant offered three specials: Chicken and Pasta - $14, Steak and Rice - $19, and Tacos with Chips - $9. On this day, there was 3 times the number of orders for Tacos with Chips as there were for orders of Steak and Rice. Additionally, the Steak and Rice meal had orders that were 2/3 of the amount of Chicken and Pasta. If the total pre-tax sales for the three items on that day was $670, how much of each meal was sold?
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A
Chicken and Pasta - 15, Steak and Rice - 10, Tacos with Chips - 30 Chicken and Pasta - 15
Steak and Rice - 10
Tacos with Chips - 30
B
Chicken and Pasta - 18, Steak and Rice - 12, Tacos with Chips - 36 Chicken and Pasta - 18
Steak and Rice - 12
Tacos with Chips - 36
C
Chicken and Pasta - 21, Steak and Rice - 14, Tacos with Chips - 42 Chicken and Pasta - 21
Steak and Rice - 14
Tacos with Chips - 42
D
Chicken and Pasta - 27, Steak and Rice - 18, Tacos with Chips - 54 Chicken and Pasta - 27
Steak and Rice - 18
Tacos with Chips - 54
E
Chicken and Pasta - 24, Steak and Rice - 16, Tacos with Chips - 48 Chicken and Pasta - 24
Steak and Rice - 16
Tacos with Chips - 48
Question 2 of 5Solve each Word Problem
Shirley won $300,000 in a local raffle. She invested part of the amount in a C.D. that pays 5.7% annual simple interest and the rest in local bonds which pay 2.89% annual simple interest. After 3 years, the total earnings were $38,655. How much money was invested at each rate?
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A
$130,000 - 5.7%, $170,000 - 2.89% $130,000 - 5.7%
$170,000 - 2.89%
B
$200,000 - 5.7%, $100,000 - 2.89% $200,000 - 5.7%
$100,000 - 2.89%
C
$100,000 - 5.7%, $200,000 - 2.89% $100,000 - 5.7%
$200,000 - 2.89%
D
$191,520 - 5.7%, $108,480 - 2.89% $191,520 - 5.7%
$108,480 - 2.89%
E
$150,000 - 5.7%, $150,000 - 2.89% $150,000 - 5.7%
$150,000 - 2.89%
Question 3 of 5Solve each Word Problem
Three brothers: James, Jason, and Larry have a combined age of 47. If Larry was 2 years younger, he would be 4 times as old as James and the same age as Jason. How old is each brother?
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A
James - 6, Jason - 24, Larry - 26 James - 6
Jason - 24
Larry - 26
B
James - 5, Jason - 20, Larry - 22 James - 5
Jason - 20
Larry - 22
C
James - 4, Jason - 16, Larry - 18 James - 4
Jason - 16
Larry - 18
D
James - 3, Jason - 12, Larry - 14 James - 3
Jason - 12
Larry - 14
E
James - 2, Jason - 8, Larry - 10 James - 2
Jason - 8
Larry - 10
Question 4 of 5Solve each Word Problem
Two football teams, the Spartans and the Cougars each played a 10 game season. The two teams combined to win a total of 8 games. If the Spartans lost 1/3 the number of games as the Cougars, how many games did each team win?
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A
Spartans won 5 games, Cougars won 3 games Spartans won 5 games
Cougars won 3 games
B
Spartans won 7 games, Cougars won 1 game Spartans won 7 games
Cougars won 1 game
C
Spartans won 2 games, Cougars won 6 games Spartans won 2 games
Cougars won 6 games
D
Spartans won 3 games, Cougars won 9 games Spartans won 3 games
Cougars won 9 games
E
Spartans won 4 games, Cougars won 4 games Spartans won 4 games
Cougars won 4 games
Question 5 of 5Solve each Word Problem
At a car dealership, a customer asks for a car to be sold for an all-inclusive price of $24,510. This price would include the 14% fees for sales taxes, registration, and additional dealer charges. If the dealer allows this, what is the sales price of the car, excluding the fees?
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A
$20,815
B
$21,555
C
$21,500
D
$22,105
E
$20,990

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