# Writing And Solving One-Step Equations For Word Problems Problems

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### #1 of 5:Medium

Writing and Solving One-Step Equations for Word Problems

<p>James bought a bag of dog food for his dog, Bruce. The bag had enough food to last `30` days. Bruce gets `5` cups of dog food each day.</p><p> Write an equation to represent the number of cups of dog food `(c)` in the bag at the start.</p>

### #2 of 5:Medium

Writing and Solving One-Step Equations for Word Problems

<p>Tara went to a department store and bought `3` pairs of shorts for `\$64.50`.</p> <p>Write an equation that can be used to find the price `(p)` of `1` pair of shorts.</p>

### #3 of 5:Medium

Writing and Solving One-Step Equations for Word Problems

<p>Emily earned `\$16.50` for dog sitting for her neighbor last weekend. She went to the store and spent some of her money to buy a new headband that cost `d` dollars. Emily had `\$5.75` left after her purchase. </p><p>Write an equation to find the amount of money `(d)` that Emily spent on her new headband.</p>

### #4 of 5:Medium

Writing and Solving One-Step Equations for Word Problems

<p>On Saturday, Syracuse received `14` inches of snowfall. On Sunday, it received `s` inches of snow. The total snowfall over that weekend was `20` inches.</p><p>Write an equation to find the number of inches of snow `(s)` that fell on Sunday in Syracuse.</p>

### #5 of 5:Medium

Writing and Solving One-Step Equations for Word Problems

<p>During half-time at the soccer game, Madison went to the refreshment stand to buy a bottle of water. She gave the cashier `\$10` and was given `\$7` in change. </p><p>Write an equation to find the cost of the bottle of water `(w)` that Madison bought.</p>

In grade 6 Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities, students learn to write and solve one-step equations for word problems. This involves translating real-world situations into mathematical expressions and equations, and then using algebraic methods to find the solution. One-step equat...

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19-year math teacher
Carmel, CA
Any math teacher that I know would love to have access to ByteLearn.
Jennifer Maschino
4-year math teacher
Summerville, SC
“I love that ByteLearn helps reduce a teacher’s workload and engages students through an interactive digital interface.”
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Dean, math program manager, principal
Miami, FL
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