Problem 2.27TI: Guillermo bought textbooks and notebooks at the bookstore. The number of textbooks was three more... Problem 2.28TI: Gerry worked Sudoku puzzles and crossword puzzles this week. The number of Sudoku puzzles he... Problem 2.29TI: The sum of four times a number and two is fourteen. Find the number. Problem 2.30TI: The sum of three times a number and seven is twenty-five. Find the number. Problem 2.31TI: The sum of two numbers is negative twenty-three. One number is seven less than the other. Find the... Problem 2.32TI: The sum of two numbers is negative eighteen. One number is forty more than the other. Find the... Problem 2.33TI: Find three consecutive integers whose sum is 96 . Problem 2.34TI: Find three consecutive integers whose sum is 36 . Problem 2.35TI: Find three consecutive even integers whose sum is 102. Problem 2.36TI: Find three consecutive even integers whose sum is 24 . Problem 2.37TI: According to the National Automobile Dealers Association, the average cost of a car in 2014 was... Problem 2.38TI: US Census data shows that the median price of new home in the U.S. in November 2014 was $280,900.... Problem 2.39TI: Translate and solve: (a) What number is 45% of 80? (b) 7.5% of what amount is $1.95? (c) 110 is what... Problem 2.40TI: Translate and solve: (a) What number is 55% of 60? (b) 8.5% of what amount is $3.06? (a) 126 is what... Problem 2.41TI: One serving of wheat square cereal has 7 grams of fiber, which is 28% of the recommended daily... Problem 2.42TI: One serving of rice cereal has 190 mg of sodium, which is 8% of the recommended daily amount. What... Problem 2.43TI: Mitzi received some gourmet brownies as a gift. The wrapper said each 28% brownie was 480 calories,... Problem 2.44TI: The mix Ricardo plans to use to make brownies says that each brownie will be 190 calories, and 76... Problem 2.45TI: Find the percent change. (Round to the nearest tenth of a percent.) In 2011, the IRS increased the... Problem 2.46TI: Find the percent change. (Round to the nearest tenth of a percent.) In 1995, the standard bus fare... Problem 2.47TI: Find (a) the amount of mark-up and (b) the list price: Jimās music store bought a guitar at original... Problem 2.48TI: Find (a) the amount of mark-up and (b) the list price: The Auto Resale Store bought Pabloās Toyota... Problem 2.49TI: Nathaly deposited $12,500 in her bank account where it will earn 4% simple interest. How much... Problem 2.50TI: Susana invested a principal of $36,000 in her bank account that earned simple interest at an... Problem 2.51TI: Jim lent his sister $5,000 to help her buy a house. In three years, she paid him the $5,000, plus... Problem 2.52TI: Loren lent his brother $3,000 to help him buy a car. In four years, his brother paid him back the... Problem 2.53TI: Eduardo noticed that his new car loan papers stated that with a 7.5% simple interest rate, he would... Problem 2.54TI: In five years, Gloriaās bank account earned $2,400 interest at 5% simple interest. How much had she... Problem 81E: List five positive thoughts you can say to yourself that will help you approach word problems with a... Problem 82E: List five negative thoughts that you have said to yourself in the past that will hinder your... Problem 83E: In the following exercises, solve using the problem solving strategy for word problems. Remember to... Problem 84E: In the following exercises, solve using the problem solving strategy for word problems. Remember to... Problem 85E: In the following exercises, solve using the problem solving strategy for word problems. Remember to... Problem 86E: In the following exercises, solve using the problem solving strategy for word problems. Remember to... Problem 87E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 87. The difference of a number and 12 is... Problem 88E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 88. The difference of a number and eight... Problem 89E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 89. The sum of three times a number and... Problem 90E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 90. The sum of twice a number and six is... Problem 91E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 91. The difference of twice a number and... Problem 92E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 92. The difference of four times a... Problem 93E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 93. Three times the sum of a number and... Problem 94E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 94. Six times the sum of a number and... Problem 95E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 95. One number is six more than the... Problem 96E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 96. One number is five more than the... Problem 97E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 97. The sum of two numbers is 20. One... Problem 98E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 98. The sum of two numbers is 27. One... Problem 99E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 99. One number is 14 less than another.... Problem 100E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 100. One number is 11 less than another.... Problem 101E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 101. The sum of two numbers is 14. One... Problem 102E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 102. The sum of two numbers is zero. One... Problem 103E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 103. The sum of two consecutive integers... Problem 104E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 104. The sum of two consecutive integers... Problem 105E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 105. The sum of three consecutive... Problem 106E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 106. The sum of three consecutive... Problem 107E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 107. Find three consecutive integers... Problem 108E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 108. Find three consecutive integers... Problem 109E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 109. Find three consecutive even... Problem 110E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 110. Find three consecutive even... Problem 111E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 111. Find three consecutive odd integers... Problem 112E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 112. Find three consecutive odd integers... Problem 113E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 113. Philip pays $1,620 in rent every... Problem 114E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 114. Marc just bought an SUV for... Problem 115E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 115. Laurie has $46,000 invested in... Problem 116E: In the following exercises, solve each number word problem. 116. Erica earned a total of $50,450... Problem 117E: In the following exercises, translate and solve. 117. (a) What number is 45% of 120? (b) 81 is 75%... Problem 118E: In the following exercises, translate and solve. 118. (a) What number is 65% of 100? (b) 93 is 75%... Problem 119E: In the following exercises, translate and solve. 119. (a) 250% of 65 is what number? (b) 8.2% of... Problem 120E: In the following exercises, translate and solve. 120. (a) 150% of 90 is what number? (b) 6.4% of... Problem 121E: In the following exercises, solve. 121. Geneva treated her parents to dinner at their favorite... Problem 122E: In the following exercises, solve. 122. When Hiro and his co-workers had lunch at a restaurant near... Problem 123E: In the following exercises, solve. 123. One serving of oatmeal has 8 grams of fiber, which is 33% of... Problem 124E: In the following exercises, solve. 124. One serving of trail mix has 67 grams of carbohydrates,... Problem 125E: In the following exercises, solve. 125. A bacon cheeseburger at a popular fast food restaurant... Problem 126E: In the following exercises, solve. 126. A grilled chicken salad at a popular fast food restaurant... Problem 127E: In the following exercises, solve. 127. The nutrition fact sheet at a fast food restaurant says the... Problem 128E: In the following exercises, solve. 128. The nutrition fact sheet at a fast food restaurant says a... Problem 129E: In the following exercises, solve. 129. Emma gets paid $3,000 per month. She pays $750 a month for... Problem 130E: In the following exercises, solve. 130. Dimple gets paid $3,200 per month. She pays $960 a month for... Problem 131E: In the following exercises, solve. 131. Tamanika received a raise in her hourly pay, from $15.50 to... Problem 132E: In the following exercises, solve. 132. Ayodele received a raise in her hourly pay, from $24.50 to... Problem 133E: In the following exercises, solve. 133. Annual student fees at the University of California rose... Problem 134E: In the following exercises, solve. 134. The price of a share of one stock rose from $12.50 to $50.... Problem 135E: In the following exercises, solve. 135. A grocery store reduced the price of a loaf of bread from... Problem 136E: In the following exercises, solve. 136. The price of a share of one stock fell from $8.75 to $8.54.... Problem 137E: In the following exercises, solve. 137. Hernandoās salary was $49,500 last year. This year his... Problem 138E: In the following exercises, solve. 138. In ten years, the population of Detroit fell from 950,000 to... Problem 139E: In the following exercises, find (a) the amount of discount and (b) the sale price. 139. Janelle... Problem 140E: In the following exercises, find (a) the amount of discount and (b) the sale price. 140. Errol... Problem 141E: In the following exercises, find (a) the amount of discount and (b) the discount rate (Round to the... Problem 142E: In the following exercises, find (a) the amount of discount and (b) the discount rate (Round to the... Problem 143E: In the following exercises, find (a) the amount of the mark-up and (b) the list price. 143. Daria... Problem 144E: In the following exercises, find (a) the amount of the mark-up and (b) the list price. 144. Regina... Problem 145E: In the following exercises, find (a) the amount of the mark-up and (b) the list price. 145. Tom paid... Problem 146E: In the following exercises, find (a) the amount of the mark-up and (b) the list price. 146. Flora... Problem 147E: In the following exercises, solve. 147. Casey deposited $1,450 in a bank account that earned simple... Problem 148E: In the following exercises, solve. 148. Terrence deposited $5,720 in a bank account that earned... Problem 149E: In the following exercises, solve. 149. Robin deposited $31,000 in a bank account that earned simple... Problem 150E: In the following exercises, solve. 150. Carleen deposited $16,400 in a bank account that earned... Problem 151E: In the following exercises, solve. 151. Hilaria borrowed $8,000 from her grandfather to pay for... Problem 152E: In the following exercises, solve. 152. Kenneth lent his niece $1,200 to buy a computer. Two years... Problem 153E: In the following exercises, solve. 153. Lebron lent his daughter $20,000 to help her buy a... Problem 154E: In the following exercises, solve. 154. Pablo borrowed $50,000 to start a business. Three years... Problem 155E: In the following exercises, solve. 155. In 10 years, a bank account that paid 5.25% simple interest... Problem 156E: In the following exercises, solve. 156. In 25 years, a bond that paid 4.75% simple interest earned... Problem 157E: In the following exercises, solve. 157. Joshuaās computer loan statement said he would pay $1,244.34... Problem 158E: In the following exercises, solve. 158. Margaretās car loan statement said she would pay $7,683.20... Problem 159E: Tipping At the campus coffee cart, a medium coffee costs $1.65. MaryAnne brings $2.00 with her when... Problem 160E: Tipping Four friends went out to lunch and the bill came to $53.75 They decided to add enough tip to... Problem 161E: What has been your past experience solving word problems? Where do you see yourself moving forward? Problem 162E: Without solving the problem ā44 is 80% of what numberā think about what the solution might be.... Problem 163E: After returning from vacation, Alex said he should have packed 50% fewer shorts and 200% more... Problem 164E: Because of road construction in one city, commuters were advised to plan that their Monday morning... format_list_bulleted