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Unit Cost - Sample Math Practice Problems

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Complexity=1

Solve.

 1.   You have \$14. 1 pen costs \$2. How many pens can you buy? 2.   5 toy cars cost \$20. How much does each toy car cost?

Complexity=1, Mode=1

Solve.

 1.   You have \$10. 1 magazine costs \$4.50. How many magazines can you buy? 2.   7 stuffed animals cost \$39.90. How much does each stuffed animal cost?

Complexity=1, Mode=2

Solve.

 1.   6 shirts cost \$45.84. How much does each shirt cost? 2.   You have \$9.06. 1 pair of scissors costs \$3.02. How many pairs of scissors can you buy?

Complexity=1

Solve.

1You have \$14. 1 pen costs \$2. How many pens can you buy?
Solution
 total amount cost per item number of items \$14 ÷ \$2 = 7
25 toy cars cost \$20. How much does each toy car cost?
Solution
 total cost number of items cost per item \$20 ÷ 5 = \$4

Complexity=1, Mode=1

Solve.

1You have \$10. 1 magazine costs \$4.50. How many magazines
Solution
 total amount ÷ cost per item = number of items
\$10 ÷ \$4.50 = 2 remainder \$1

When you have \$10, you can buy 2 magazines and have \$1 left over.
\$1 is not enough to buy another magazine.
27 stuffed animals cost \$39.90. How much does each stuffed
animal cost?
Solution
 total cost number of items cost per item \$39.90 ÷ 7 = \$5.70

Complexity=1, Mode=2

Solve.

16 shirts cost \$45.84. How much does each shirt cost?
Solution
 total cost number of items cost per item \$45.84 ÷ 6 = \$7.64   