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**Section - 1Translate and solve the following problems.Ques 1: There are five more computers in the office than employees. If there are 10 employees in the office, how many computers are there?**

Let e = number of employees

c = e+ 5

If e = 10, then c = (10) + 5

c=15

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z = -12

z/4 = - 3

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Let r = the number of cars that the Red lot can hold

g + r = 115

g = r - 35

(râ€” 35) + r= 115

2 r - 3 5 = 115

2 r= 150

r = 7 5

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4 x $300 = $1,200

There are 3 lawyers.

$1,200 x 3 = $3,600

Translate and solve the following problems.

Ques 6: Movie theater X charges $6 per ticket, and each movie showing costs the theatre $1,750. If 300 people bought tickets for a certain showing, and the theater averaged $2 in concessions (popcorn, etc.) per ticket-holder, what was the theater's profit for that showing?

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**Ques 11: If the average of the five numbers x - 3, x, x +3, x +4, and x + 11 is 45, what is the value of x?Ans:**

Translate and solve the following unit conversion problems.

Ques 12: An American football field is 100 yards long. What is this length in feet? (1 yard = 3 feet)

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Perform long multiplication to find the product.

Because the two terms weâ€™re multiplying contain, collectively, one decimal place, include a decimal place in the product. That is, place the decimal not at the end (968.) but between the 6 and the 8 (96.8).

**Ques 15: The weather man reported that Boston received 2.25 feet of snow yesterday. How many inches of snow did Boston receive? (1 foot = 12 inches)Ans:**

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The car has 10 liters of fuel in the tank.

Translate and solve the following rate problems.

Ques 18: Jiang begins driving away from Marksville at a constant speed of 64 miles per hour. How far will she be from Marksville after 2 hours and 15 minutes?

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Therefore, 2 hours and 15 minutes is equivalent to 2.25 hours.

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For the first portion, we know that Tom traveled for 2 hours at 60 miles per hour. We can use these values in the D = R T formula to figure out how far he went.

Since Tom traveled 120 miles during the first portion of his journey he has 180 - 120 = 60 miles to travel during the second part. We know that, during this portion, he traveled at 45 miles per hour, allowing us to use the D = RT equation to calculate how long this portion of the journey took.

Tom s entire journey took 3 hours and 20 minutes: 2 hours for the first portion and 1 hour 20 minutes for the second portion. Finally, we must add 3 hours and 20 minutes to Toms starting time of 1:00 pm to calculate when Tom completed his journey, 4:20 pm.

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