Selina bought a shirt on sale that was 20% less than the original price. The original price was $ 5 more than the sale price. What was the original price? Explain or show work.
5,000 people visited a book fair in the first week. The number of visitors increased by 10% in the second week. How many people visited the book fair in the second week?
After eating at your favorite restaurant, you know that the bill before tax is $52.60 and that the sales tax rate is 8%. You decide to leave a 20% tip for the waiter based on the pre-tax amount. How much should you leave for the waiter? How much will the total bill be, including tax and tip? Show work to support your answers.
6.RP.3 Students were creating spirit necklaces to sell for a fundraiser. A necklace takes twice as many purple beads as white beadsand 4 times as many purple beads as black beads. One necklace takes 28 beads. What is the number of each color of beads?
7.RP.3 A class had 32 students and twenty-five percent were boys. When some new boys joined the class, the percentage of boys increased to 40%. How many new boys joined the class?
7.RP.3 Two students were running for school president. Student A received 65% of the votes and had 900 more votes than Student B. How many students voted?
5.NF.4 The fundraising committee made 400 pizzas. The students sold 5/8 of the pizzas and took 1/5 of the remainder for a party. How many pizzas did the committee have left to sell?
Of the 60 students in the fifth grade, we know that 3/5 are girls. We also know that 1/2 of the girls have blue eyes and one-fourth of the boys have blue eyes. How many of the students in the fifth grade have blue eyes?