Round the following value to the nearest thousand: $12,345.

A farmer bought 3 cows for $3000 and sold them for $4000. He bought them . . .

Five apples are worth a quarter. How much are 6 apples worth? Penny = 1 . . .

A team has $90.00 to buy balls. One ball costs $7. The team gets every fifth . . .

Anna has two $100 notes. She also has eleven $10 notes and nine $1 notes. . . .

How many toys cost more than one dollar?

The graph shows the total amount of money John has saved over five weeks. If . . .

What needs to be added to 5 dollars and 55 cents to make 10 dollars?

Ben's grandmother asked him to go to the store to buy strawberries. He only . . .

Which is the best estimate of the total cost of these toys?

The price of an apple is 31 cents. The price of a tangerine is 40 cents. . . .

John had $89 in his piggy bank. He added $10. How could he split the . . .

A fifth grade class sold 123 tickets for its class concert. Each ticket costs . . .

A team has $90.00 to buy balls. One ball costs $7. The team gets every fifth . . .

At a shop, the cost for two cereal bars and three small bottles of milk is 5.50 . . .

We want to buy 120 kilograms of potatoes. Which is the better purchase?

There are 1.52 US dollars to the UK pound. How many dollars would you . . .

The original price of an umbrella was $16. What was the price of the umbrella . . .

Ben's grandmother asked him to go to the store to buy at least 1000 grams of . . .

Ten percent of a $32.00 electricity bill is tax. How much is the tax?

A dozen balloons cost 48 cents. How many balloons cost 1 dollar?

A farmer normally sells sheep for $200 each. This winter, the farmer is . . .

Three boys put $4, $5, and $6 in a piggy bank. How can they split the money . . .

What is three quarters of $200?

How many quarters are there in 3 and a half dollars?

John paid $60 for 8 CDs. All CDs cost the same price, but 2 of them were on . . .

A school store's expenses and sales for a three-week period are shown in the . . .

The university's budget was cut from $2.2 million to $2,000 thousand. What . . .

Tim placed an order for a book. If the order is below $40, then the minimum . . .

Our school will have to pay $24 for 15 dozen pencils. How much will the . . .

John's hourly wage increases from $8 to $10. Find the percent of change.

The total price of an apple and a tangerine is 39 cents. The total price of 2 . . .

Anna earned $72. She gives her mother 1/3 of this amount and spends 1/4 of the . . .

John started a business in which he earned $1 on the first day, $5 on the . . .

Three boys put $52, $60, and $70 in a piggy bank. Alex is 100 cm tall. . . .

The cost of a party is $55 plus $5 per person, so what would be the cost of a . . .

Anna spent $9.90 on groceries. She bought three liters of milk and 24 cereal . . .

Jim bought a laptop at 25% off the regular price of $500.00. He also bought a . . .

The drama club is selling tickets to a play for $8 per ticket. The cost to . . .

A $125 clock is on sale for $75. What is the percent change in price?

A particular stock is valued at $40 per share. The value increases by 25% and . . .

Which coupon should Bob use to save the most money on 2 hammers originally . . .

Three friends visited a restaurant where everything costs $0.50. They ordered . . .

For every birthday, John's parents put as many dollars in a piggy bank as his . . .

Eugenia, the magician, receives a 50% discount every time she asks for the . . .

Sixty carpenters and forty plumbers work together. The average daily rate of a . . .

Apples are sold in bags of four that cost $5 per bag, or bags of six that cost . . .

John buys shares in the stock market for $1000. He sells the shares when the . . .

A stadium contains 20,000 seats. At a match, 25% of the seats remain empty. . . .

A car that originally sold for $40,000 depreciates at a rate of 50% per year. . . .

If a $600 computer is on sale for a 20% discount, what is the sale price?

Identify the graph that best represents the relationship between the number of . . .

The original price of an umbrella was $16. What was the price of the umbrella . . .

John's dad pays him 80 cents for each correct answer he provides in his math . . .

A $10 million lottery pot is divided into equal increments over 20 years. The . . .

Eugenia's grandmother bought a new car for $55,000 in 1970. The car . . .

A lottery has one $8000 prize, two $2000 prizes, and twelve $500 prizes. The . . .

For every birthday of John's life he puts as many dollars in a piggy bank as . . .

Jim won a contest in which the prize was his weight in U.S. dimes (1 dime = 10 . . .

John put $10,000.00 in a savings account at an annual interest rate of 4%. He . . .

Sixty-four coins are melted down and recast as a single coin of the same . . .

Which of the following could be indicative of a successful business?

Three boxes contain two coins each. One contains two nickels, one contains . . .

In the first week John made $1. He made 5 times more than the previous week . . .

At Wal-Mart, CDs cost $0.50 per disk, and pens cost $1.00 each. Which . . .

The price of a T-shirt on sale is $19.99. The store reduced the original . . .

Anna's income is seven-eighths that of Beatrice. Anna's expenses are . . .

John works 4-hour shifts at a call center. He earns $4 per hour and $4 per . . .

Tom is choosing between two brands of AA batteries for his pocket flashlight. A . . .

A taxi company charges $1.75 for the first kilometer and 25 cents for each . . .

If eight deciliters of Swiss apple juice, priced at $4.00 per liter, are . . .

A carnival game offers you the opportunity to bet $1 on a number from 1 through . . .

A hunter met two shepherds, one of whom had three loaves of bread and the . . .

Jane wants to buy a car. The fuel efficiency is two times more important to . . .

John's dad pays him $8 for each correct answer he gives in his math homework . . .

Bob is looking for a new job. He has three offers with the same starting . . .

Bob will work 5 days. Which payment plan should he choose?

You have eight dimes; seven are real and one is fake. All the real ones weigh . . .

Are you a good bargain shopper? Find the best deal.

If you would like to give a tip of 15% and you have no change, without using a . . .

Yellow Taxi Service charges $1.20 for the first mile and $.79 for each . . .

A dozen balls cost you $40. You get every fifth ball for free. How many . . .

It costs $24 to paint a cube, the cost being proportional to the surface area. . . .

The total fare for 4 adults and 5 children on the Funny Car trip is $39.00. . . .

In a game, you have a 1/5 probability of winning $100 and 4/5 probability of . . .

A class picnic is estimated to cost $212. The boys agreed to contribute $1 more . . .

I put $990 into 10 envelopes. I try to compose all possible whole amounts . . .

How much money is there in the envelopes?

Alex has bills of different dollar values. There are five times as many ones . . .

On January 1st, Anna and Bill have $100 each. Each month Anna saves $10 more . . .

Which amount of money is the closest to the average of these numbers?

Anna bought 1 slice of mushroom pizza and 2 slices of cheese pizza for a total . . .

A restaurant sells a 30 cm (in diameter) pizza for $9, while their large 40 cm . . .

How many different ways can $100 be made using only $5 and $10 bills?

A real estate agent receives a 5% commission on the selling price of a house . . .

John buys two toys. What is his maximum change from $10?

Divide $132 into a ratio 1:2:3. What is the biggest part?

John has just had a 1% net pay rise. He used to take home $5,000 a month. He . . .

With the cash in her pocket, Mrs. Smith can either exactly afford ice cream . . .

How many Euros are there?

The picture shows a supermarket bill with 22 items. What is maximum mistake I . . .

All prices of Swiss postage stamps are in centimes. How much does the letter . . .

Bill buys oranges at five for $1 and sells at one for $5. How many oranges . . .

You can purchase or rent a car. The car is available at a rental fee of $250 . . .

Each box is labeled incorrectly. I want that the boxes are labeled correctly. . . .

The traveling salesman problem: a salesman has to visit 9 towns and return . . .

The traveling salesman problem: a salesman has to visit eight towns and return . . .

A group of gentlemen visited a produce shop. Each gentleman bought the same . . .

You have four piles: three piles with real coins and one pile with fake coins. . . .

There are 5 coins in the first pile, 8 in the second, 11 in the third, and 16 . . .

There are 5 coins in the first pile, 8 in the second, 11 in the third, and 16 . . .

Divide $123 into the ratio 1:2:3. What is the smallest part of the ratio?

Divide $1234 into the ratio 1:2:3:4. What is the largest part of the ratio?

Apples are sold in bags of eleven that cost $11 per bag, or bags of nine that . . .

What is the average of this money?

It costs $24 to paint a cube. Before painting, it was cut into eight cubes. . . .

Ann has $999 and Bill has $1,111. How much money does Bill need to give to . . .

I completely covered a one square meter area with $100 bills without any . . .

I have eight bills consisting of $5 and $10 bills. The total amount of money . . .

If 10% of the people get 90% of the total salary paid in a county, and the . . .

I sold two cars and received sixty thousand dollars for each car. I received . . .

My neighbor works 5 days per week and sells three times more flowers on Friday . . .

A 200-dollar stock loses $40 of its value for a week. What percent of . . .

Every year on my son's birthday, I put multiples of one thousand dollars in his . . .

In a casino on a Sunday, 90% of the visitors lost $100 each, 9% of the . . .

What is the largest Swiss postage that cannot be paid exactly with any number . . .

Several students want to rent a car for the next weekend. If each contributes . . .

Which is the single discount that is the same as three successive discounts of . . .

John deposited 400 dollars at 40% interest compounded annually. Estimate his . . .

What is the total worth of the $1 bills which are consecutively numbered from . . .

A photographer will pay me $3600 per hour of taking a picture of my smile. . . .

Bryan went for a haircut yesterday. He has 120000 strands of hair and it took . . .

I put 100 pennies, 20 nickels, 10 dimes, and 4 quarters in a bag. I take 4 . . .

Bob is paid $5,000 a month for his regular job. During Summer holidays, he . . .

A project manager needs a car 3 days per week. The daily cost of car renting . . .

A project manager has to determine whether to purchase or rent four cars for a . . .

The business of company A is 10% greater than the business of company B now. . . .

The average hourly wages of men and women in company A are $21 and $16, . . .

A venture capitalist has choosen to invest in only one of three start-up . . .

In an investment club, 90% of the members bought stock in company A, 80% . . .

The picture shows a simplified statement of income for company ABC in million. . . .

In a venture investment fund, all investors continue to invest into a new . . .

You have 240 golden bricks identical in size and appearance but one is lighter . . .

John received a pay raise due to extraordinary performance. He decided to not . . .

A lot of money is in a box. None or just one inscription on the boxes is . . .

Eight people pay $6.50 each for a meal in a restaurant. They leave a 10% tip . . .

I place 1000 coins in two columns in a wooden box, and they fit nicely as . . .

An apple costs 1$ and a half of the price of the apple. How much does it . . .

Ninety percent of apples in a box and ninety percent of an apple cost the same . . .

The national debt of a country is 16.5 trillions. It has a population of 300 . . .

Round the following value to the nearest thousand: $12,645.

A peasant bought a cow for $3000 and sold her for $4000. He bought her back . . .

A farmer bought 3 cows for $3600 and sold them for $4000. He bought them . . .

A farmer bought 3 cows for $3000 and sold them for $3500. He bought them . . .

A farmer bought 3 cows for $3300 and sold them for $3500. He bought them . . .

Six apples are worth three dimes. How much are 5 apples worth? Penny = 1 . . .

A team has $100. One ball costs $8. The team gets every sixth ball for free. . . .

A team has $96. One ball costs $9. The team gets every sixth ball for free. . . .

Anna has three $100 notes. She also has six $10 notes and eleven $1 notes. . . .

Anna has three $100 notes. She also has twelve $10 notes and eleven $1 notes. . . .

Anna has two $100 notes. She also has twelve $10 notes and ten $1 notes. . . .

How much money would you need to buy the two most expensive toys?

The graph shows the total amount of money John has saved over five weeks. . . .

What needs to be added to 5 dollars and 45 cents to make 10 dollars?

Which set of baskets is the least expensive?

Which is the best estimate of the cost of two most expensive toys?

John had $89 in his piggy bank. He added $32. How could he split the . . .

A fifth grade class sold 111 tickets for its class concert. Each ticket costs . . .

A team has $105 to buy balls. One ball costs $8. The team gets every sixth . . .

We want to buy 120 kilograms of potatoes. Which is the better purchase?

There are 1.58 US dollars to the UK pound. How many dollars would you . . .

The original price of an umbrella was $20. What was the price of the umbrella . . .

Find a set with the best value (weight) for money.

I paid a total of $121 for a toy train, including 10% tax. How much does the . . .

A dozen balloons cost 60 cents. How many balloons cost 1 dollar?

A dozen balloons cost 30 cents. How many balloons cost 1 dollar?

A farmer normally sells sheep for $200 each. This winter, the farmer is . . .

Three boys put $7, $8, and $9 in a piggy bank. How can they split the money . . .

What is three quarters of $220?

How many quarters are there in 7 and a half dollars?

John paid $90 for 8 CDs. All CDs cost the same price, but 2 of them were on . . .

A school store's expenses and sales for a three-day period are shown in the . . .

The university's budget was cut from $2 million to $1800 thousand. What . . .

Tim placed an order for a book. If the order is below $40, then the minimum . . .

A school pays $32 for 12 dozen pencils. How much will the school have to pay . . .

John's hourly wage increases from $8 to $12. Find the percent of change.

The total price of an apple and a tangerine is 39 cents. The total price of 2 . . .

Anna earned $72. She gives her mother 1/4 of this amount and spends 1/5 of the . . .

Anna earned $72. She gives her mother 2/15 of this amount and spends 1/6 of . . .

John started a business in which he earned $1 on the first day, $4 on the . . .

Three boys put $550, $550, and $555 in a piggy bank. Bill is 10% taller . . .

The cost of a party is $66 plus $6 per person, so what would be the cost of a . . .

Anna spent $8.99 on groceries. She bought three liters of milk and 20 cereal . . .

Jim bought a laptop at 25% off the regular price of $500.00. He also bought a . . .

The drama club is selling tickets to a play for $9 per ticket. The cost to . . .

The drama club is selling tickets to a play for $9 per ticket. The cost to . . .

A $160 watch is on sale for $96. What is the percent change in price?

A $120 watch is on sale for $66. What is the percent change in price?

A $120 watch is on sale for $84. What is the percent change in price?

A particular stock is valued at $40 per share. The value increases by 25% and . . .

Three friends visited a restaurant where everything costs $0.50. They ordered . . .

For every birthday, John's parents put as many dollars in a piggy bank as his . . .

For every birthday, John's parents put as many dollars in a piggy bank as his . . .

Eugenia, the magician, receives a 50% discount every time she asks for the . . .

Sixty carpenters and forty plumbers work together. The average daily rate of a . . .

Apples are sold in bags of four that cost $5 per bag, or bags of six that cost . . .

John buys shares in the stock market for $1000. He sells the shares when the . . .

A stadium contains 20,000 seats. At a match, 20% of the seats remain empty. . . .

A car that originally sold for $40,000 depreciates at a rate of 50% per year. . . .

The original price of an umbrella was $15. What was the price of the umbrella . . .

John's dad pays him 70 cents for each correct answer he provides in his math . . .

John's dad pays him 75 cents for each correct answer he provides in his math . . .

A $10 million lottery pot is divided into equal increments over 25 years. The . . .

A lottery has one $8000 prize, four $2000 prizes, and eight $500 prizes. The . . .

For every birthday of John's life he puts as many dollars in a piggy bank as . . .

For every birthday of John's life he puts as many dollars in a piggy bank as . . .

Jim won a contest in which the prize was his weight in U.S. dimes. If a dime . . .

John put $10,000.00 in a savings account at an annual interest rate of 5%. He . . .

How many coins do I need to melt down and recast to get a single coin of double . . .

In the first week John made $1. He made 4 times more than the previous week if . . .

The price of a T-shirt on sale is $19.99. The store reduced the original . . .

Anna's income is seven-eighths that of Beatrice. Anna's expenses are . . .

John works 5-hour shifts at a call center. He earns $5 per hour and $5 per . . .

A taxi company charges $1.95 for the first mile and 50 cents for each . . .

John's dad pays him $2 for each correct answer he gives in his math homework . . .

Bob will work 5 days. Which payment plan should he choose?

You have 27 dimes; 26 are real and one is fake. All the real ones weigh the . . .

Are you a good bargain shopper? Find the best deal.

If tip is 15% and you have no change, without using a calculator, how much . . .

Yellow Taxi Service charges $1.50 for the first mile and $.78 for each . . .

A dozen balls cost you $50. You get every fifth ball for free. How many . . .

It costs $24 to paint a cube. Before painting, it was cut in four pieces by . . .

The total fare for 3 adults and 4 children on the Funny Car trip is $35.00. . . .

Jane and Gerry visit a casino. In one game, they have a 1/5 probability of . . .

A class picnic is estimated to cost $232. The boys agreed to contribute $1 more . . .

A class picnic is estimated to cost $192. The boys agreed to contribute $1 more . . .

On January 1st, Anna and Bill have $55 each. Each month Anna saves $5 more . . .

Anna bought 1 slice of mushroom pizza and 2 slices of cheese pizza for a total . . .

A restaurant sells a 30 cm (in diameter) pizza for $9, while their large 40 cm . . .

How many different ways can $50 be made using only $5 and $10 bills?

A real estate agent receives a 5% commission on the selling price of a house . . .

A real estate agent receives a 5% commission on the selling price of a house . . .

Divide $132 into a ratio 1:2:3. What is the smallest part?

John has just had a 1% pay rise. He used to earn $5000 a month. He told his . . .

With the cash in her pocket, Mrs. Smith can either exactly afford ice cream . . .

Bill buys oranges at five for $1 and sells at one for $5. How many oranges . . .

You can purchase or rent a car. The car is available at a rental fee of $250 . . .

Ann has $777 and Bill has $1,111. How much money does Bill need to give to . . .

I have ten bills consisting of $5 and $10 bills. The total amount of money is . . .

If 5% of the people get 95% of the total salary paid in a county, and the . . .

I sold two cars and received thirty thousand dollars for each car. I received . . .

A flower shopkeeper works 6 days per week and sells four times more flowers on . . .

A 300-dollar stock loses $50 of its value for a week. What percent of . . .

In a casino on a Sunday, 90% of the visitors lost $200 each, 9% of the . . .

Several students want to rent a car for the next weekend. If each contributes . . .

The picture shows a simplified statement of income for company ABC in millions. . . .

Eight people pay $7.50 each for a meal in a restaurant. They leave a 10% tip . . .

If 2 salesmen can sell three luxury cars in 4 days, how many luxury cars can . . .

The United States has currency notes in denominations of 1, 2 and 5. How many . . .

John owns 3/4 of a timber business and sells 2/9 of his share for $600,000. . . .

Two friends and I have gone out to dinner. The bill comes to $150.00. . . .

I gave $120 to Brett, Cindy, and Daniel. Brett and Cindy received twice as . . .

Alex possesses 52% of a business and the rest belongs to Bill. They take . . .

A shopkeeper buys two kinds of cacao beans at $64 and $96 a bag. He mixes the . . .

Everything is half price in a restaurant. Even more, each pizza receives an N% . . .

Bob earns $48,000 per year and has two weeks of paid vacation. He works five . . .

Can you predict the score of any match before it begins? What is the score . . .

A committee consists of 7 people. The committee keeps an important object in a . . .

At a flower shop, a bouquet of five roses costs $5 and a bouquet of nine roses . . .

Every year, a man who had a million dollars at the beginning gives away half of . . .

A theater sells 150 tickets for a total of $2010. Children's tickets are sold . . .

Metro Card prices: a single ride is $2.50 and a 7-day Metro Card costs $29. . . .

Metro Card prices: a single ride is $2.5 and 7-day Metro Card costs $29. How . . .

Successive discounts of 1% and 2% are equivalent to a single discount that is

Successive discounts of 50% and 50% are equivalent to a single discount that is

I have 1 ton of coins that are 80% gold and 20% copper. I want to melt them . . .

A retailer offers a 25% discount off the normal price of a wooden puzzle. She . . .

Two years ago, I bought a cottage for $800,000. I was short of money and . . .

Mrs. Brown bought 98 boxes of strawberries at $9 per box but 25 % of them were . . .

Evguenia tried to sell her car for $50,000. Nobody bought it. She decided to . . .

Estimate the total you pay if the meal costs $29, the tax is 5%, and the tip is . . .

John buys a car, paying 20% in cash. The rest of the amount is paid by a . . .

I paid $50 when I filled the tank of my car, at which stage the odometer said . . .

You are driving your mother's car home. Make a deal!

A swimming school costs $129 a month, but costs $1,390 annually if you pay the . . .

Mary puts $800 in a bank account. Each year the account earns 1% simple . . .

Since the day he was born, Bill's parents have put $1000 in his bank account . . .

You pay $6 to enter a game. You roll 2 dice. You then have two choices: you . . .

A rich man is saving for a new car. He sets up an automatic transfer of $1000 . . .

The thickness of a dollar bill is close to 10

Every day, a stock price of $444 is either increased or decreased by 4%. When . . .

In selling stock, John made a profit of 19% of the amount originally paid for . . .

An entrepreneur sells 1,250 tickets for a show, with 20% of them sold with 20% . . .

You have 3 coins. One is counterfeit and is either heavier or lighter than the . . .

The price of a computer after discount was $992. If the discount was 20%, . . .

I bought 3 ice-creams. I gave the cashier $20 and got $9.50 change. What is . . .

What is the minimum monthly salary you negotiate with your boss if you need . . .

Once upon a time, there were three little pigs. A pig built a house of bricks. . . .

Tickets for a football game are available for $29 in advance or $39 if . . .

What is the most money you can have in $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, and $50 bills and . . .

John and Mary borrow $3,000 to pay for new furniture. They will pay back the . . .

Anna spent 120 Swiss francs in a Swiss souvenir shop. She was charged an extra . . .

The size of most credit cards is 85.60 x 53.98 mm ( 3 3/8 x 2 1/8 in ). . . .

My car can travel 20 km on one liter of gas on the motorway and 12 km on one . . .

John starts a taxi business and rents a car for $77 per day. The rent . . .

Mrs. Smith puts $10,000 into a saving account that earns 2% interest compounded . . .

James bought a new car for $30,000. Each year it depreciates (loses value) at . . .

While eating out Gerry and Jim together tipped their server $7 in total. . . .

If each coconut is priced at $9, then the shopkeeper loses $11. If each . . .

Food is 24% of the Smith family (8 members) monthly budget of $15,000. Next . . .

If a real estate agent received $60,000 as a 5% commission on the selling price . . .

Two successive increases of 25% and 25% are followed by two successive . . .

The limousine service makes 100 trips Center-Aeroport every day, each of which . . .

Gerry gave half of his money to Jane. Next day, she gave half of all her . . .

Three U.S. coins add up to $1. If one of them is not a half dollar, what is . . .

If there is a 500% inflation in a country how much will a 2-dollar telephone . . .

If 6 apples cost $3.99, how many apples can you buy for $20 ?

A waiter receives $5 tips from each table in a restaurant. What is the . . .

Gerry puts 1/10 of his weekly allowance in the bank for college. If he has . . .

How many dimes worth 22 quarters? A quarter dollar, or quarter, is a U.S. . . .

How much are 33 cacao bags (of 44kg each) worth, if 10kg costs $55?

In a pizzeria, you pay $7 for each of the first three pizzas, and $6 for the . . .

The community library fines 20 cents per overdue day of the first week and 50 . . .

It costs $19 a week to feed Benny. How much money would it cost to feed him . . .

Gerry wants to buy Jane a $100 gift in a pet shop. If the sales tax is 10% . . .

Gerry's income is seven-eighths that of Jane. Gerry's expenses are . . .

A grocery store lowered the price of coconuts from 49 cents to 48 cents. For . . .

Gerry earns 9% commission for each photo camera. Today, he earns $44.1 . . .

Gerry adds $5 to his piggy bank every week. How much money will he get in . . .

The manager of a company planned to distribute a $101 bonus to each employee . . .

Two American coins add up to 35 cents but one of them is not a dime. What is . . .

If 3 pens and 5 pencils cost as much as 5 pens and 2 pencils, by how much is a . . .

If a pen costs $1.69 and a pencil costs $0.79, which of the following is the . . .

The cost of living increases by 44% in a period of two years. What is the . . .

Jane purchased a house for $ 400,000. She wants a Real Estate Agent to sell . . .

At the bank, Gerry exchanged a $10 bill for an equal number of nickels, dimes, . . .

If Gerry has $5 in dimes and Jane has the same amount in quarters, how many . . .

There are 5 coins in the first pile, 8 in the second, 11 in the third, and 16 . . .

There are cows and farmers in a field. If Gerry counts 22 heads and 66 legs, . . .

There is equal amount of money in pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters. . . .

Bob works 40 years. He does not work on weekends and has a 3-week summer . . .

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