# Math Practice Topic: Mixture Word Problems

 Description: Solving word problems that involve mixtures. You may need a calculator for this topic. Adaptive Learning Progression: Introduces a variety of scenarios. Start using MathScore for free

## Sample Levels (out of 8)

 1 A ticket booth sold 348 tickets and collected \$2451.50 in ticket sales. Adult tickets are \$10 and child tickets are \$4.50. How many tickets of each type were sold? Adult: tickets    Child: tickets 2 A ticket booth sold 273 tickets and collected \$2157.50 in ticket sales. Adult tickets are \$8.50 and child tickets are \$7.50. How many tickets of each type were sold? Adult: tickets    Child: tickets

 1 Solution X is a 55% soap solution and Solution Y is a 35% soap solution. How much of each is needed to make 20 gallons of a 49% soap solution? Solution X: gallons    Solution Y: gallons

 1 How many pounds of pecans worth \$11.84/lb should be mixed with 6 pounds of macadamia nuts worth \$9.09/lb to make a mixture worth \$10.19/lb? lb

 1 How many pounds of navy beans worth \$10.57/lb should be mixed with 15 pounds of pinto beans worth \$9.52/lb to make a mixture worth \$9.82/lb? lb 2 How many pounds of Coffee A worth \$6.61/lb should be mixed with 56 pounds of Coffee B worth \$2.29/lb to make a mixture worth \$2.83/lb? lb 3 Solution X is a 23% antifreeze solution and Solution Y is a 15% antifreeze solution. How much of each is needed to make 10 liters of a 19% antifreeze solution? Solution X: liters    Solution Y: liters