PROBLEMS WITH WORD CLUES
Write the word add, subtract, multiply,
or divide on each line in the problem to tell how you
would work it if you knew the necessary numbers?
 If you know how many hours you have worked on each of several days,
you ________ and then ________ to find the average time you worked
a day.
 If you know the cost of each of several things you bought, you ________
to find the total cost and then ________ to find how much change you
would get from a tendollar bill.
 If you know the total amount you paid at a sale for a certain number
of yards of cloth, you ________ to find the cost per yard. If you
also know the regular price per yard at which the cloth sold before
the sale, you ________ to find how much you saved on each yard.
 If you know the number of yards of canvas you bought today and the
number of yards of the same kind of burlap you bought last week, you
________ to find the total number of yards you got. If you know the
price per yard, you ________ to find the cost of all the canvas.
 If you know how much you earn and how much you save each week, you
________ to find how much you spend in one week. To find the amount
you spend in a year, you ________ .
 If you know the cost of a bicycle you buy on the installment plan
and the amount of cash you pay when you buy it, you ________ to find
the amount you still owe on it. If you know the amount of each monthly
installment, you ________ to find the number of months it will take
to pay for the bicycle.
 If you know the cost of running a car for a year and the number
of kilometres traveled, you ________ to find the average cost per
mile.
 If you know the cost of an old boat and the amount you spent to
repair it, you ________ to find the total cost of the boat. If you
also know the amount for which you sold the boat later, you ________
to find your profit on the sale.
