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## Sample Problems For Basic Word Problems 2

### Complexity=5, Mode=mulOnly

Solve.
 1.   There are 3 packs of erasers, with 1 eraser in each pack. How many erasers are there in all? erasers 2.   There are 2 rows of erasers, with 4 erasers in each row. How many erasers are there in all? erasers

### Complexity=9, Mode=mulOnly

Solve.
 1.   There are 7 piles of stickers, with 9 stickers in each pile. How many stickers are there in all? stickers 2.   There are 6 rows of chocolates, with 3 chocolates in each row. How many chocolates are there in all? chocolates

### Complexity=5, Mode=divOnly

Solve.
 1.   Jose has 10 books to divide equally among 5 friends. How many books does each friend get? books 2.   John has 10 stickers to divide equally among 5 friends. How many stickers does each friend get? stickers

### Complexity=9, Mode=divOnly

Solve.
 1.   Sharon has 10 crayons. She wants to put 2 crayons in each bag. How many bags does she need? bags 2.   Tiffany puts 32 stickers in 4 equal groups. How many stickers are in each group? stickers

### Complexity=9, Mode=MulDiv

Solve.
 1.   Steven will eat 1 apple each day for 9 days. How many total apples will he eat? apples 2.   Cindy has 27 dimes to divide equally among 3 friends. How many dimes does each friend get? dimes

Solve.
 1.   There are 1 red teddy bear and 1 orange teddy bear on each shelf. How many teddy bears are on 5 shelves? teddy bears 2.   Paul has 6 rows of 7 marbles. John gives him 4 more marbles. How many marbles does Paul have now? marbles

Solve.
 1.   Steven puts 9 cupcakes in 3 bags. Each bag has the same number of cupcakes. How many cupcakes are in 2 bags? cupcakes 2.   Mary collects 3 chocolates. Peter gives her 4 more chocolates. If Mary wants to divide all her chocolates equally among 7 friends, how many chocolates will each friend get? chocolates

Solve.
 1.   Jennifer collects 28 markers. She keeps 8 markers for herself and divides the rest equally among 4 friends. How many markers does each friend get? markers 2.   Mike has 3 piles of 6 golf balls. Jose gives him 8 more golf balls. How many golf balls does Mike have now? golf balls

### Complexity=5, Mode=mulOnly

Solve.
1There are 3 packs of erasers, with 1 eraser in
each pack. How many erasers are there in all?

erasers

Solution
3 * 1 = 3
2There are 2 rows of erasers, with 4 erasers in
each row. How many erasers are there in all?

erasers

Solution
2 * 4 = 8

### Complexity=9, Mode=mulOnly

Solve.
1There are 7 piles of stickers, with 9 stickers
in each pile. How many stickers are there in all?

stickers

Solution
7 * 9 = 63
2There are 6 rows of chocolates, with 3
chocolates in each row. How many chocolates are
there in all?

chocolates

Solution
6 * 3 = 18

### Complexity=5, Mode=divOnly

Solve.
1Jose has 10 books to divide equally among 5
friends. How many books does each friend get?

books

Solution
10 ÷ 5 = 2
2John has 10 stickers to divide equally among 5
friends. How many stickers does each friend get?

stickers

Solution
10 ÷ 5 = 2

### Complexity=9, Mode=divOnly

Solve.
1Sharon has 10 crayons. She wants to put 2
crayons in each bag. How many bags does she need?

bags

Solution
10 ÷ 2 = 5
2Tiffany puts 32 stickers in 4 equal groups. How
many stickers are in each group?

stickers

Solution
32 ÷ 4 = 8

### Complexity=9, Mode=MulDiv

Solve.
1Steven will eat 1 apple each day for 9 days.
How many total apples will he eat?

apples

Solution
1 * 9 = 9
2Cindy has 27 dimes to divide equally among 3
friends. How many dimes does each friend get?

dimes

Solution
27 ÷ 3 = 9

Solve.
1There are 1 red teddy bear and 1 orange teddy
bear on each shelf. How many teddy bears are on
5 shelves?

teddy bears

Solution
There are 1 red teddy bear and 1 orange teddy bear on each shelf.
1 + 1 teddy bears on each shelf
For 5 shelves, there are
(1 + 1) × 5 = 2 × 5 = 10 teddy bears
2Paul has 6 rows of 7 marbles. John gives him 4
more marbles. How many marbles does Paul have
now?

marbles

Solution
Paul starts with 6 rows of 7 marbles.
6 × 7
Then he gets 4 more from John.
+ 4
So the total is
6 × 7 + 4 = 42 + 4 = 46

Solve.
1Steven puts 9 cupcakes in 3 bags. Each bag has
the same number of cupcakes. How many cupcakes
are in 2 bags?

cupcakes

Solution
Since there are an equal number of cupcakes in each bag, there are
9 ÷ 3 cupcakes in each bag
So in 2 bags there are
(9 ÷ 3) × 2 = 3 × 2 = 6 cupcakes
2Mary collects 3 chocolates. Peter gives her 4
more chocolates. If Mary wants to divide all her
chocolates equally among 7 friends, how many
chocolates will each friend get?

chocolates

Solution
Mary starts with 3 chocolates and gets 4 more.
So there are
3 + 4 chocolates to divide with friends.
Dividing these among 7 friends means that each friend gets
(3 + 4) ÷ 7 = 7 ÷ 7 = 1 chocolate

Solve.
1Jennifer collects 28 markers. She keeps 8
markers for herself and divides the rest equally
among 4 friends. How many markers does each
friend get?

markers

Solution
Jennifer starts with 28 markers and keeps 8 markers before dividing the rest with friends.
So there are
28 - 8 markers left to divide with friends
Dividing these among 4 friends means that each friend gets
(28 - 8) ÷ 4 = 20 ÷ 4 = 5 markers
2Mike has 3 piles of 6 golf balls. Jose gives him
8 more golf balls. How many golf balls does Mike
have now?

golf balls

Solution
Mike starts with 3 piles of 6 golf balls.
3 × 6
Then he gets 8 more from Jose.
+ 8
So the total is
3 × 6 + 8 = 18 + 8 = 26

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