7.NS.3: Solve real-world and mathematical problems involving the...

Solve real-world and mathematical problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.1





Jane and Eric are helping their teacher buy supplies for a research project. Every student will get a bag with 2 pencils and 30 index cards.

The teacher gave Jane $17 to buy pencils from the school store. The pencils come in boxes of 12 and cost $1.69 per box.

Eric was given $19 to buy index cards at an office supply store. Index cards are sold in packs of 150 cards and cost $2.99 per pack.

(a) Jane buys as many boxes of pencils as she can afford. Eric buys as many packages of index cards as he can afford. How many complete bags of supplies can they make?

(A) Fewer than 10
(B) Between 10 and 24
(C) Between 25 and 40
(D) More than 40

(b) Each bag contains two pencils and 30 index cards. How much will each bag cost? Give your answer to the nearest cent. Fill in the blank to complete the sentence.

Each bag of supplies cost _____ cents to make.


Jane and Eric are helping their teacher buy supplies for a research project. Every student will get a bag with 2 pencils and 30 index cards.

The teacher gave Jane $17 to buy pencils from the school store. The pencils come in boxes of 12 and cost $1.69 per box.

Eric was given $19 to buy index cards at an office supply store. Index cards are sold in packs of 150 cards and cost $2.99 per pack.

(a) Jane buys as many boxes of pencils as she can afford. Eric buys as many packages of index cards as he can afford. How many complete bags of supplies can they make?

(A) Fewer than 10
(B) Between 10 and 24
(C) Between 25 and 40
(D) More than 40

(b) Each bag contains two pencils and 30 index cards. How much will each bag cost? Give your answer to the nearest cent. Fill in the blank to complete the sentence.

Each bag of supplies cost _____ cents to make.
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The three seventh grade classes at Sunview Middle School collected the most boxtops for a school fundraiser, and so they won a $600 prize to share among them. Mr. Aceves' class collected 3,760 box tops, Mrs. Baca's class collected 2,301, and Mr. Canyon's class collected 1,855. How should they divide the money so that each class gets the same fraction of the prize money as the fraction of the box tops that they collected?
The three seventh grade classes at Sunview Middle School collected the most boxtops for a school fundraiser, and so they won a $600 prize to share among them. Mr. Aceves' class collected 3,760 box tops, Mrs. Baca's class collected 2,301, and Mr. Canyon's class collected 1,855. How should they divide the money so that each class gets the same fraction of the prize money as the fraction of the box tops that they collected?




Anne's family is driving to her uncle's house. The family travels 383.5 miles between 10:15 a.m. and 4:45 p.m.

(a) What is an equation that Anne can use to determine their average rate of travel for the day, R, in miles per hour? Drag the tiles to complete an equation.

(b) Calculate the family's average rate of travel for the day. Then fill in the blank to complete the following statement. You can enter a whole number or a decimal rounded to the nearest tenth.

The family's average rate of travel for the day is _______ miles per hour.

(c) Anne tells her family, "It's a good thing we traveled as fast as we did. If our rate had been 50 miles per hour, we wouldn't have gotten to his house until about…"

Fill in the blank to complete the following statement.

If their average rate had been 50 miles per hour, Anne's family would have arrived at her uncle's house at _______ : _______ p.m.


Anne's family is driving to her uncle's house. The family travels 383.5 miles between 10:15 a.m. and 4:45 p.m.

(a) What is an equation that Anne can use to determine their average rate of travel for the day, R, in miles per hour? Drag the tiles to complete an equation.

(b) Calculate the family's average rate of travel for the day. Then fill in the blank to complete the following statement. You can enter a whole number or a decimal rounded to the nearest tenth.

The family's average rate of travel for the day is _______ miles per hour.

(c) Anne tells her family, "It's a good thing we traveled as fast as we did. If our rate had been 50 miles per hour, we wouldn't have gotten to his house until about…"

Fill in the blank to complete the following statement.

If their average rate had been 50 miles per hour, Anne's family would have arrived at her uncle's house at _______ : _______ p.m.
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Solve problems involving the four operations and rational numbers



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