randRange( 5, 20 ) randRange( 25, 50 ) Q - X

{person( 1 ) hopes to one day play professional baseball. |}{During the first few months of baseball season|In the first 100 games of the baseball season}, person( 1 ) hit X home runs.

{If person( 1 ) wants to hit a total of Q home runs by the end of the season, how many more runs will he( 1 ) need to hit in the remaining games|How many more home runs will he( 1 ) need to hit to get a total of Q home runs by the end of the season}?

P

Home runs already hit + Home runs he( 1 ) needs to hit = Total home runs wanted

Home runs already hit = X

Total home runs wanted = Q

Home runs he needs to hit = x

X + x = Q

x = Q - X

P = Q - X

person( 1 ) needs to hit P home runs in the remaining games.

randRange( 2, 6 ) + ( rand(2) > 0 ? 0.5 : 0 ) randRange( 15, 70 ) roundTo( 2, Q / X )

person( 1 ) {earned $Q by babysitting his neighbors for X hours.|babysat his( 1 ) neighbors for X hours and earned $Q.}

What is person( 1 )’s hourly wage ?

(Extra Info: Round to the nearest hundredth of a dollar.)

P

Number of hours he( 1 ) babysat x Amount of money earned per hour = Total amount of money earned.

Number of hours he( 1 ) babysat = X

Total amount of money earned = Q

Amount of money earned per hour = y

Xy = Q

y = \dfrac{Q}{X}

P = \dfrac{Q}{X}

person( 1 ) earned $P per hour while babysitting.

randRange( 10, 20 ) randRange( 150, 499 ) / 100 roundTo( 2, X - Q )

{person( 1 ) paid $X for a t-shirt and received $Q in change.|When buying a t-shirt at a clothing store, person( 1 ) gave the cashier $X and received $Q in change.}

How much did the t-shirt cost?

P

Total t-shirt cost + Change received = Amount given to cashier

Change received = Q

Amount given to cashier = X

Total t-shirt cost = x

x + Q = X

x = X - Q

P = X - Q

The t-shirt cost $P.

randRange( 5, 10 ) randRange( 1425, 2525 ) / 100 roundTo( 2, Q / X )

person( 1 ) works as a cashier at the grocery store in his( 1 ) town. {Milk is one of the fastest selling items, and right at the start of his( 1 ) shift someone|A customer came in and} bought X gallons of milk for a total of $Q.

How much did each gallon of milk cost?

P

Gallons of milk bought x Cost per gallon of milk = Total cost

Gallons of milk bought = Q

Total cost = X

Cost per gallon of milk = y

Qy = X

y = \dfrac{Q}{X}

P = \dfrac{Q}{X}

Each gallon of milk cost $P.

0.25 * randRange( 1, 13.25 / 0.25 ) randRange( 15, 20 ) Q - X

person( 1 ) {ran the final leg of a|was the final runner of a 3 leg} Q-mile relay race. {When person( 1 )’s teammate handed him( 1 ) the baton|Right before starting his leg of the race}, the team had already completed X miles of the race.

How far did person( 1 ) run to complete the race?

P

Miles he( 1 ) ran + Miles already completed = Total Miles

Miles already completed = X

Total miles = Q

Miles he( 1 ) ran = x

x + X = Q

x = Q - X

P = Q - X

person( 1 ) ran P miles to finish the race.