Consumer Math Problems Quiz

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#1 of 7: Mild

Consumer math problems (Level 2 word problems)

Ken borrowed $2,000 from his bank at a simple interest rate of 8% per year. After 6 years, how much interest would Ken owe on the money he had borrowed?

#2 of 7: Mild

Consumer math problems (Level 2 word problems)

What is the amount of interest that will accrue on a deposit of $1,650 over 4 years at a simple interest rate of 8% ?

#3 of 7: Medium

Consumer math problems (Level 2 word problems)

A family enjoyed their guided tour of the Grand Canyon and decided to give a 25% tip to the guide as a token of appreciation. If their tour package had cost $240, what amount of money should they give the tour guide as a tip?

#4 of 7: Medium

Consumer math problems (Level 2 word problems)

<p>A box contains `15` red marbles and `35` blue marbles. </p><p>What percent of marbles in the box are red marbles? </p>

#5 of 7: Spicy

Consumer math problems (Level 2 word problems)

A large flower vase has 48 flowers. If 6 of the flowers are lilies, what percent of the flowers are lilies?

#6 of 7: Spicy

Consumer math problems (Level 2 word problems)

Joel planned to do 80 situps during his exercise session. He actually did 125% of that number of situps. How many sit-ups did Joel do during his exercise session?

#7 of 7: Medium

Consumer math problems (Level 2 word problems)

<p>The first `35` inches of a water pipe is painted blue. The last `65` inches of the water pipe is painted orange. </p><p>What is the percent of the water pipe that is painted orange?</p>

A Consumer math problem is a real-world mathematical problem associated with money, budget, or banking. A Simple consumer math problem Quiz includes questions on simple interests and other similar problems that can check students’ knowledge of solving these problems. Also, the quiz tests students’ understanding and awareness of using other mathematical concepts to solve these problems.

 

Teachers can share this consumer math problem quiz with students to assess their command of various mathematical concepts. You can also try our Simple Consumer Math Problems Worksheet and Consumer Math Problems (Level 2 Word Problems) as well for a better understanding of the concepts.

A Consumer math problem is a real-world mathematical problem associated with money, budget, or banking. A Simple consumer math problem Quiz includes questions on simple interests and other similar problems that can check students’ knowledge of solving these problems. Also, the quiz tests students’ understanding and awareness of using other mathematical concepts to solve these problems.

 

Teachers can share this consumer math problem quiz with students to assess their command of various mathematical concepts. You can also try our Simple Consumer Math Problems Worksheet and Consumer Math Problems (Level 2 Word Problems) as well for a better understanding of the concepts.

A Consumer math problem is a real-world mathematical problem associated with money, budget, or banking. A Simple consumer math problem Quiz includes questions on simple interests and other similar problems that can check students’ knowledge of solving these problems. Also, the quiz tests students’ understanding and awareness of using other mathematical concepts to solve these problems.

 

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Stephen Abate
19-year math teacher
Carmel, CA
Any math teacher that I know would love to have access to ByteLearn.
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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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Rodolpho Loureiro
Dean, math program manager, principal
Miami, FL
“ByteLearn provides instant, customized feedback for students—a game-changer to the educational landscape.”