Writing Equations

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- Q1Which equation represents the following situation: Hannah has some cards, C, that she is using to play a game with her friends. She gave 18 away to her friend. She has 36 cards leftover. How many cards, C, did Hanna have to start with?36 + C = 5418C = 36C + 18 = 36C - 18 = 3660sEditDelete
- Q2Which equation represents the following situation: Amanda and her friends found some money, M, in a field. They all decided to split the money equally between the four of them. Each person ended up getting $24.48. How much money did they find in the field?4M = 24.48M ÷ 4 = 24.4824.48 = 4 ÷ M4 + M = 24.4860sEditDelete
- Q3Which equation represents the following situation: There are 5 teams in a soccer league. Each team has the same number of players on it. There are a total of 65 players in the league. How many players, P, are on each team?P ÷ 5 = 655 + P = 65P - 5 = 655P = 6560sEditDelete
- Q4Which equation represents the following situation: The measures of two angles have a sum of 90˚. One of the angles measures 47˚. The measure of the other angle, M, is unknown. What is the measure of the other angle, M?M + 47 = 9090 + M = 47M - 90 = 47M - 47 = 9060sEditDelete
- Q5Which equation represents the following situation: Rob is baking a cake. The recipe calls for 9 cups of flour. He has already put in 3 cups of flour. How many more cups, C, does he need to put in?C - 3 = 93C = 93 + C = 9C ÷ 3 = 960sEditDelete
- Q6Which equation represents the following situation: Three angles add up to 180˚. Two of the angle measures are 45˚ and 38˚. The third angle measure, X, is unknown. What is the measure of the third angle?83 - X = 180X + 83 = 180180 + X = 360X - 45 +38 = 18060sEditDelete
- Q7Which expressions represents the following situation: Sean bought 5 fancy pens for a total cost of $20.55. The cost of each pen is P. How much does each pen cost?P ÷ 5 = 20.55P + 5 = 20.555P = 20.55P - 5 = 20.5560sEditDelete
- Q8Which equation represents the following situation: Mike earned money working at a restaurant. He decided to give $56.50 to a charity. He had $97.25 leftover after he donated money. How much money, M, did Mike earn for working at the restaurant?56.50 - M = 97.2556.50 + M = 97.25M - 56.50 = 97.2597.25 + M = 56.5060sEditDelete