# Write And Solve Two-Step Equations (Level 2 Word Problems) Problems

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### #1 of 8:Mild

Write and solve two-step equations (Level 2 word problems)

An amusement park charges \$5 as admission fee and \$3 for every ride. You spent a total of \$29 at the amusement park. Write and solve an equation to find x, the number of rides you went on.

### #2 of 8:Medium

Write and solve two-step equations (Level 2 word problems)

You are buying a computer monitor from an online retailer. The online retailer charges a base fee of \$6.99 plus an additional 55 cents per pound to ship electronics purchases. The total shipping charge for your purchase is \$11.94. Write and solve an equation to find x, the weight in pounds of the computer monitor.

### #3 of 8:Medium

Write and solve two-step equations (Level 2 word problems)

Josh wants to download online music. He must buy a one-time membership for \$11 after which he can download songs for 90 cents each. Josh has a total of \$20 to spend. Write and solve an equation to find x, the number of songs Josh can download.

### #4 of 8:Medium

Write and solve two-step equations (Level 2 word problems)

Schroder has a job as a piano player in a local nightclub. His salary is \$175 a week plus 95 cents for each paid admission. His paycheck last week was for \$340.30 Write and solve an equation to find x, the number of paid admissions the club had last week.

### #5 of 8:Medium

Write and solve two-step equations (Level 2 word problems)

Your friend went to the store and spent \$9 before tax on vegetables and ranch packets. The cost of vegetables was \$5 and each ranch packet costs 80 cents. Write and solve an equation to find x, the number of ranch packets your friend bought.

### #6 of 8:Spicy

Write and solve two-step equations (Level 2 word problems)

<p>Juan sold `1/8` of his magazines and then bought `5` more. He now has `12`. </p><p>Write and solve an equation to find `x`, the number of magazines he had to begin with.</p>

### #7 of 8:Spicy

Write and solve two-step equations (Level 2 word problems)

<p>Mike sold `3/4` of his comic books and then bought `9` more. He now has `16`. </p><p>Write and solve an equation to find `x`, the number of books he had to begin with.</p>

### #8 of 8:Spicy

Write and solve two-step equations (Level 2 word problems)

<p>The shoe store sold `2/9` of the pairs of boots that were on display. They brought out another `34` pairs from the stock room. Now there are `174` pairs of boots out on display. </p><p>Write and solve an equation to find `x,` the number of pairs that were originally on display.</p>

The unequal or non-equal comparison that is made between two numbers or mathematical expressions is referred to as inequality. Inequality shows that an expression is either smaller than or greater than any particular expression.The inequalities that involve two steps in solving are known as ‘two-step equations’. We can easily solve two step equations using some simple steps.

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