Integer Word Problems

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- Q1Casey waited tables this summer. On Monday, she made $60. Each day, he pay decreased $4. What integer represents the total change in her pay over a 5-day period.$56$20$40120sEditDelete
- Q2The temperature at noon on a summer day was 88 degrees. At midnight, the temperature had dropped 12 degrees. What was the temperature at midnight?76 Degrees100 Degrees-12 Degrees120sEditDelete
- Q3Monica's credit card statement showed that she owed $250. She made a payment of $200, then she charged $38 for gasoline. She returned a bathing suit for a refund of $15. What is her new balance?- $73$503$103120sEditDelete
- Q4A submarine is in the middle of the ocean at a depth of 115 feet. It dives to a depth of 4 times its initial depth. Write the submarine's depth as an integer.-460-119-111120sEditDelete
- Q5A group of hikers in descending a mountain at a rate of 400 feet per hour. After 3 hours, what integer represents their total change in elevation?-1200 feet1200 feet2400 feet120sEditDelete
- Q6A scuba diver is at a depth of 82 feet. He descends another 19 feet. Write his new depth as an integer.63 feet-101 feet101 feet120sEditDelete
- Q7James plays football with some friends. Last week he ran four plays from the halfback position. he made "gains" measured in yards of 13, 6, 10, and 7. What were his AVERAGE yards per gain? (average: find the sum of all the numbers and divide by how many numbers you added together)-9 yards36 yards9 yards120sEditDelete
- Q8Lisa and Molly were digging holes in the sand at the beach to build their sandcastles. Lisa dug an 11 foot hole and Molly dug a 14 foot hole. Find the different in depth.25 feet3 feet- 3 feet120sEditDelete
- Q9The population of small town is changing at a rate of -255 people per year. How long will it take for the change in population to be -2,040 people.2,295 years1785 years8 years120sEditDelete
- Q10A circus clown starts the day with 68 pieces of candy to give away. If he ends up giving away 383 pieces of candy, how many more pieces of candy did he have to get in order to give that much candy away?315 pieces451 pieces5.6 pieces120sEditDelete
- Q11A roller coaster begins at 90 feet above ground level. This is descends 105 feet. Find the height of the coaster after the first descent.195 feet15 feet-15 feet120sEditDelete