Distributive Property Word Problems

If Nadia works 8 hours a day for 5 days in a gum factory and makes 200 packages per hour how many packages does she make in total for 5 days?
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FOR EACH 15 HOURS, MARCUS ATE 9 PIECES OF CHOCOLATE AND 5 PIECES OF GUM.
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Mr. Johnson has a farm with 3 cows, 8 chickens and some ducks. If the total number of farm animal legs is 40, how many ducks does Mr. Johnson have on his farm?
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4(x+5), (6m)(40), s(6+t), 8(j2k+l), (z4)(5), 9(7)y)
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The attendance at a ball game was 400 people. Student tickets cost $2 and adults tickets cost $3. If $1050 was collected in ticket sales, how many of each type of ticket were sold?
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Kent is 14 years older than Harlen. Next year Kent will be three times older than Harlen. How old is Kent?
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You have six gummy worms and eleven sticks of gum. Your friend is going to double the amount of the candies because you helped her out last Friday. You want to add all of the candies to find out how many you have. Use the distributive property to solve.
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a marching band has 24 rows with 8 marchers in each row.how many marchersare there inall? shade and divide each grid to solve the problem
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the attendance at a ball game was 400 people. student tickets cost $2 and adult tickets cost $3. if $1050 was collected in ticket sales, how many of each type of ticket were sold?
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Kent is 14 years older than Harlin. Next year Kent will be 3 times as old as Harlin. How old is Kent?
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One movie ticket costs $7, and one small bag of popcorn costs $3. Write two equivalent expressions for the total of four movie tickets and four bags of popcorn
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Nikki`s mouthy expenses are 550 for rent ,225 for groceries, 110 for transportation,and 150 for utilities. Use the distributive property to write and solve an expression for her total expenses for nine months
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the four boys scout troops sold 1,238 buckets of popcorn to raise money. If each bucket costs $4, how much money did the troops raise?
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the perimeters of the two rectangles shown are equal. find the value of x and the perimeter of the pools. longest length is 2x1.... the shortest length is 2+x
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The sum of two numbers is 75 and the difference is 42. What are the two numbers?
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What is a equivalent expressions for the area of a rectangle 5 by 15 and 2 by 15?
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A group of seven students plan to go to the school`s annual carnival. The cost of the carnival is $9.50 per student. Find the total cost for the group.
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Yolanda had three times as many nickles as dimes. If the total value of her coins was $1, how many of each kind of coin did she have ?
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You are buying 10 pizzas for a party. Cheese pizzas cost $11 each and single topping pizzas cost $13 each. Write an equation that gives the total cost C (in dollars) as a function of the number p of cheese pizzas you buy.
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A baseball team buys 15 bats for $405. Aluminum bats cost $25 and wooden bats cost $30. How many of each type they buy?

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32 divided by the quantity x minus 5

Four Friends went out to dinner. To cover dinner, tax, and tip, each person paid $18. How much did they pay all together?

Substitution and the distributive property using substraction 7x8y=12 y=2x+9

A nut mixture contains peanuts, walnuts, and casheews. In the mixture, the amount of peanuts is two times the amount of cashews and the amount of walnuts is three times the amount of cashews. Let x represent the amount of cashews. Write and simplify and expression for the total amount of nuts in the mixture.

If u have two letters and they are: a times o, what would the distributive property be?

you are carpeting two rooms in your home.one room is 7 feet long and 6 feet wide,and the other is 8 feet long and 6 feet wide


Tina buys 10 books for $100. Some are paperbacks costing $7 each and the rest are hardcover costing $12 each. How many of each did she buy?

one student picks a phase and tell 3 other students. each of these student then tells 3 more students.how many students will be told the phrase during round 4

You are a farmer planting corn and soybeans in a rectangular field measuring 200 yards by 300 yards. It costs $.06 per square yard to plant corn and $.05 per square yard to plant soybeans. Let x represent the width of the field you plant with corn. Write a function that represents the cost of planting the entire field. Simplify
