# Project #37082 - Business Math

 Solve the unknown from the following equation:

 21(P − 26) = 336

 P

 Solve the unknown from the following equation:

 15(A − 13) = 135

 A
 Solve the unknown from the following equation:

 8B + 17 = 49

 B

 Solve the unknown from the following equation:

 23(C − 67) = 21,850

 C

 Lee and Fred are elementary school teachers. Fred works for a charter school in Pacific Palisades, California, where class size reduction is a goal for 2013. Lee works for a noncharter school where funds do not allow for class size reduction policies. Lee’s fifth-grade class has 1.5 times as many students as Fred’s.

 a. If there are a total of 30 students, how many students does Fred’s class have? (Round your answers to the nearest whole number. )

 Number of students

 b. If there are a total of 30 students, how many students does Lee’s class have? (Round your answers to the nearest whole number. )

 Number of students

 Nanda Yueh and Lane Zuriff sell homes for ERA Realty. Over the past 6 months they sold 108 homes. Nanda sold 5 times as many homes as Lane.

 How many homes did each sell?

 Lane homes Nanda homes

 On a flight from Boston to San Diego, American reduced its Internet price by \$193.00. The new sale price was \$421.29. What was the original price? (Round your answer to 2 decimal places.)

 Original price \$

 Staples sells boxes of pens (\$9) and rubber bands (\$6). Leona ordered a total of 24 cartons for \$198. How many boxes of each did Leona order? Hint: Let P = Pens.

 Leona ordered boxes of pens Leona ordered boxes of rubber bands

 Walmart sells thermometers (\$7) and hot-water bottles (\$11). In December, Walmart’s total sales were \$2,760. Customers bought 5 times as many thermometers as hot-water bottles. How many of each did Walmart sell?

 Thermometers Hot-water bottles

 Ace Hardware sells boxes of wrenches (\$110) and hammers (\$309). Howard ordered 27 boxes of wrenches and hammers for \$5,955. How many boxes of each are in the order?

 Boxes of hammers Boxes of wrenches

 Convert 9.76 to a percent.

 Percent %

 Convert the following fraction to a percent. (Round to the nearest hundredth percent.)

 %

 Convert 42% to a fraction and reduce to lowest terms.

 Converted value

 Product Selling Price 2013 2014 Smartphone \$105 \$120

 a. Amount of decrease or increase? (Input the amount as a positive value.)

 Amount of  (Click to select) decrease increase \$

 b. What is percent change?  (Input the amount as a positive value. Round to nearest hundredth percent.)

 Percent change %

 At a local Dunkin’ Donuts, a survey showed that out of 1,250 customers eating lunch, 375 ordered coffee with their meal. What percent of customers did not order coffee?

 Percent of customers %

 Maria Fay bought four Dunlop tires at a local Goodyear store. The salesperson told her that her mileage would increase by 6%. Before this purchase, Maria was getting 26 mpg. What should her mileage be with the new tires? (Round to the nearest hundredth.)

 Mileage mpg

 Staples pays George Nagovsky an annual salary of \$33,600. Today, George’s boss informs him that he will receive a \$2,400 raise. What percent of George’s old salary is the \$2,400 raise? (Round to the nearest tenth percent.)

 Percent of raise %

 If refinishing your basement at a cost of \$43,454 would add \$18,130 to the resale value of your home, what percent of your cost is recouped? (Round to the nearest percent.)

 Recouped cost %

 Assume 440,000 people line up on the streets to see the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade in 2012. If attendance is expected to increase 30%, what will be the number of people lined up on the street to see the 2013 parade?

 Number of people

 Subject Mathematics Due By (Pacific Time) 08/04/2014 12:00 pm
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