Write A System Of Equations (Word Problems)

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#1 of 8: Mild

Write a system of equations (word problems)

<p>On Saturday, a farmer sold `24` containers of cherries and `18` containers of raspberries at the farmer's market for a total of `$192`. On Sunday, the farmer sold `30` containers of cherries and `18` containers of raspberries for a total of `$222`. </p><p>Write a system of equations to find the cost of `1` container of cherries `(x)` and the cost of `1` container of raspberries `(y)`.</p>

#2 of 8: Medium

Write a system of equations (word problems)

<p>Maria and her mother and making enchiladas for a family gathering. Maria starts with `24` tortillas and can fill `3` enchiladas per minute. Maria's mother starts with `36` tortillas and can fill `6` enchiladas per minute. </p><p>Write two equations in slope-intercept form to represent the number of remaining tortillas `(y)` in terms of the number of minutes `(x)`.</p>

#3 of 8: Medium

Write a system of equations (word problems)

<p>A company that rents moving trucks charges a certain amount per day and a certain amount per mile. One customer rented a truck for `2` days and drove `20` miles. The total cost was `$64`. Another customer rented a truck for `3` days and drove `60` miles. The total cost for this customer was `$132`. </p><p>Write a system of equations to find the cost of renting a truck per day `(x)` and the cost per mile `(y)`.</p>

#4 of 8: Medium

Write a system of equations (word problems)

<p>To raise money for new uniforms, the cheer team is selling puffy fingers and pom-poms. The puffy fingers cost `$10` and pom-poms cost `$6.50`.They sold `48` items in all and raised a total of `$371.50`. </p><p>Write a system of equations to find the number of puffy fingers `(x)` and pom-poms `(y)` the cheer team sold.</p>

#5 of 8: Medium

Write a system of equations (word problems)

<p>Evan and Anna each received a gift card to an ice cream shop at the end of the school year. Evan received a `$20` gift card and buys a `$2.50` single scoop cone each visit. Anna received a `$25` gift card and buys a `$3.50` double scoop cone with sprinkles each visit. </p><p>Write two equations in slope-intercept form to represent each person's balance on the card `(y)` in terms of the number of visits `(x)`.</p>

#6 of 8: Spicy

Write a system of equations (word problems)

<p>A landscaper buys soil in two different sized bags for his projects. For one project, he bought `7` large bags and `2` small bags for a total of `6.25` cubic feet of soil. For another project, he bought `9` large bags and `2` small bags for a total of `7.75` cubic feet of soil. </p><p>Write a system of equations to find the number of cubic feet of soil in `1` large bag `(x)` and `1` small bag `(y)`.</p>

#7 of 8: Spicy

Write a system of equations (word problems)

<p>One hot air balloon is at an altitude of `1text{,}200` feet and climbing at a rate of `500` feet per minute. Another hot air balloon is at an altitude of `3text{,}000` feet and descending at a rate of `400` feet per minute. </p><p>Write two equations in slope-intercept form to represent the altitude of each balloon `(y)` in terms of the number of minutes `(x)`.</p>

#8 of 8: Spicy

Write a system of equations (word problems)

<p>After moving into a new house, Joey makes a fort for his little brother out of some of the moving boxes. The tallest wall in the fort is made out of `2` large boxes and `3` small boxes and is `7.5` feet tall. The next day, he makes a new fort with a wall made of `1` large box and `6` small boxes. The new wall is `8.25` feet tall. </p><p>Write a system of equations to find the heights, in feet, of `1` large box `(x)` and `1` small box `(y)`.</p>

In 8th Grade, writing and solving the system of equations is an essential part of mathematics. Some students face difficulties in writing the system of equations from verbal descriptions. “Write a system of equations practice problems” can help them to overcome their difficulties. 

 

In these problems, students are asked to write the system of equations from a verbal description. By practicing these problems, students can develop a better understanding of how to identify and write a system of equations from real-world situations.

In 8th Grade, writing and solving the system of equations is an essential part of mathematics. Some students face difficulties in writing the system of equations from verbal descriptions. “Write a system of equations practice problems” can help them to overcome their difficulties. 

 

In these problems, students are asked to write the system of equations from a verbal description. By practicing these problems, students can develop a better understanding of how to identify and write a system of equations from real-world situations.

In 8th Grade, writing and solving the system of equations is an essential part of mathematics. Some students face difficulties in writing the system of equations from verbal descriptions. “Write a system of equations practice problems” can help them to overcome their difficultie...

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