# Money Word Problems (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication & Division)

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Money Word Problems

Objective: I can solve word problems involving addition, subtraction multiplication and division of money.

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Solve the following word problems.

Elizabeth has \$1 125 in savings. Her brother has four times as much savings. How much money do they have altogether?

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Each bottle of fruit juice costs \$4.50. During a sale, there is a discount of \$3.00 for 10 bottles. Silvia bought 30 bottles during the sale. How much does Silvia have to pay for the 30 bottles of fruit juice?

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An orange costs \$0.90 each, while an apple costs \$1.20 each. Ruth bought 8 oranges and 15 apples. What is the total price that Ruth has to pay for the fruits?

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David and his wife saved \$12 000 last year. If David saved 3 times as much as his wife, how much did he save per month (if he saves the same amount each month)?

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Ivan bought 50 toys for a total price of \$160. If he sold each toy for \$4.80, what is the total profit that Ivan made?

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A badminton racket and a T-shirt costs \$75. If the badminton racket costs twice as much as the T-shirt, how much is the price of the T-shirt?

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Horton’s monthly salary is \$2 200. He spends \$500 for rent, \$625 to repay a car loan, \$425 for food and \$300 for miscellaneous expenses each month. The remainder is his savings. What is the total that Horton saved for one year?

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