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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