SELECT THE QUESTION AND THE GIVEN INFORMATION

You will find certain facts written under each problem. If any one of these facts is given in the problem, write G after it; if the fact is one that you must find, write F after it. Then work the problem at the right.

  1. Bob wants a bicycle that costs $68.95. He has saved $23.28 for it. How much more must he save before he can buy the bicycle?
The amount of money Bob has saved
_______
The amount more he must save
_______
The cost of the bicycle
_______
  1. John is printing 150 tickets for a basketball game. Yesterday he printed 48 ickets. Today he printed 56. How many more does he need to print?
The number of tickets printed yesterday   _______
The number of tickets not yet printed   _______
The number to be made altogether   _______
  1. The team sold 141 tickets for the game. How many tickets were not sold? (see example 2) ________. The team charged $3.00 for a ticket. If all the tickets had been sold, how much more money would the team have collected?
The number of tickets sold   _______
The cost of the unsold tickets   _______
The number of unsold tickets   _______
  1. Joe picked 10 litres of berries. He sold all but 2 litres at $1.25 a litre. How much did he get for the berries?
The price of each litre   _______
The amount received for the berries   _______
The number of litres picked   _______
The number of litres kept   _______
  1. Ed bought some seeds for $10.80 and some plant food for $6.95. If he gave he clerk $18.00, how much change did he get?
The amount of change Ed got   _______
The cost of the seeds   _______
The amount he gave the clerk   _______
The cost of the plant food   _______

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