# Consumer Math Problems (Level 2 Word Problems)

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### #1 of 7:Mild

Consumer math problems (Level 2 word problems)

Mr. Abraham invested an amount of \$13,900 in a business venture with a friend. He has been guaranteed a simple interest rate of 11% for the use of his money, which the company will pay back with interest in 2 years. How much interest will Mr. Abraham earn on his investment?

### #2 of 7:Medium

Consumer math problems (Level 2 word problems)

Jake's restaurant bill is \$24. If he would like to give a 15% tip to the waiter, how much money should Jake leave as a tip?

### #3 of 7:Medium

Consumer math problems (Level 2 word problems)

<p>In a box of assorted chocolates, `18` are Swiss chocolates and `22` are Belgian chocolates. </p><p>What percent of the chocolates are Belgian chocolates?</p>

### #4 of 7:Spicy

Consumer math problems (Level 2 word problems)

There are 24 students in the Sallent Middle School Band. If 9 of those students play brass instruments, what percent of the students in the band play brass instruments? Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent.

### #5 of 7:Spicy

Consumer math problems (Level 2 word problems)

Emma and a friend are driving to Niagara Falls for vacation. They drove 600 miles to get there. If Emma drove for 40.5% of the trip, how many of the miles did Emma drive?

### #6 of 7:Spicy

Consumer math problems (Level 2 word problems)

<p>A hardware store that sells only copper and brass door handles, has `167` copper door handles and `343` brass door handles in stock. </p><p>What percent of the door handles are made of brass? Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent.</p>

### #7 of 7:Medium

Consumer math problems (Level 2 word problems)

To improve their business, a local craftsperson has decided to discount their products on a local festival day. For one day, they will discount all the items in their booth by 26%. If the usual price for a hand-knotted purse is \$64, how much will a tourist save by buying the purse on the festival day?

Consumer math is a branch of mathematics that applies basic math abilities in real-life scenarios such as shopping, calculating taxes, projecting monthly budgets, calculating interest rates on loans, and so on. By solving these consumer math practice problems, students can improve their basic mathematical calculation, calculating bills, profit, and loss, etc.

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Dean, math program manager, principal
Miami, FL
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