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1.

Harper’s
School Supplies

Item

Cost per item

pen $0.75

pencil $0.50

eraser $0.25

notepad $1.25

ruler $0.35

sharpener $0.10

Carly spent $4.25 on
school supplies. How many of each item did she buy?

a.

1 pencil, 3 pens, and 1 notepad c.

2 pencils, 1 pen, and 2
notepads b.

2 pencils, 2 pens, and 1 notepad d.

1 pen, 3 pencils, and 1
notepad

A
B
C
D
2.

Ben spent $4.10 on school supplies. Use the price list from question 1 to
determine how many of each item he bought.

a.

2 pencils, 2 pens, 1 notepad, and 3 sharpeners b.

4 pencils, 1 pen, 1
notepad, and 1 sharpener c.

3 pencils, 2 pens, 1 notepad, and 2
sharpeners d.

1 pencil, 3 pens, 2 notepads, and 1 sharpener

A
B
C
D
3.

Jean spent $5.10 on school supplies. Use the price list from question 1 to
determine how many of each item she bought.

a.

1 pen, 3 pencils, 2 erasers, 1 notepad, and 2 rulers b.

1 pen, 2 pencils, 1
erasers, 1 notepad, and 3 rulers c.

3 pens, 1 pencil, 2 erasers, 3 notepads, and 2
rulers d.

2 pens, 1 pencil, 1 eraser, 2 notepads, and 1 ruler

A
B
C
D
4.

Donald spent $6.70 on school supplies. Use the price list from question 1 to
determine how many of each item he bought.

a.

3 pens, 2 pencils, 2 erasers, 1 ruler, 2 notepads, and 1
sharpener b.

1 pen, 4 pencils, 2 erasers, 2 rulers, 3 notepads, and 1
sharpener c.

2 pens, 1 pencil, 3 erasers, 3 rulers, 1 notepad, and 2
sharpeners d.

2 pens, 1 pencil, 2 erasers, 2 rulers, 3 notepads, and 1
sharpener

A
B
C
D
5.

Emily spent $7.20 on school supplies. Use the price list from question 1 to
determine how many of each item she bought.

a.

3 pencils, 4 pens, 3 notepads, 2 erasers, 2 rulers, and 1
sharpener b.

2 pencils, 3 pens, 2 notepads, 2 erasers, 2 rulers, and 1
sharpener c.

4 pencils, 2 pens, 2 notepads, 3 erasers, 1 ruler, and 1
sharpener d.

4 pencils, 3 pens, 2 notepads, 1 eraser, 2 rulers, and 4
sharpeners

A
B
C
D
6.

This chart shows different combinations of sports balls and their total
costs.

=
$8.00

= $6.25

= $8.25

= $8.00

=
$9.00

= $8.50

How much does each item cost?

a.

soccer ball = $2.25, football = $3.00, basketball = $4.25 b.

soccer ball = $2.50,
football = $4.00, basketball = $2.25 c.

soccer ball = $1.75, football = $3.25,
basketball = $3.50 d.

soccer ball = $2.50, football = $3.00,
basketball = $3.25

A
B
C
D
7.

This chart shows different combinations of sporting goods and their total
costs.

= $140

= $105

= $145

= $130

=
$155

= $105

How much does each item cost?

a.

goalie stick = $55, lacrosse stick = $30, tennis racquet = $45 b.

goalie stick = $75,
lacrosse stick = $35, tennis racquet = $40 c.

goalie stick = $50, lacrosse stick = $50,
tennis racquet = $40 d.

goalie stick = $55, lacrosse stick = $40,
tennis racquet = $65

A
B
C
D
8.

This chart shows different combinations of ski equipment and their total
costs.

How
much does each item cost?

a.

skis = $250, poles = $225, boots = $300 b.

skis = $225, poles =
$220, boots = $250 c.

skis = $350, poles = $225, boots =
$100 d.

skis = $250, poles = $125, boots = $200

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B
C
D
9.

This chart shows different combinations of golf equipment and their total
costs.

How
much does each item cost?

a.

golf clubs = $175, golf bag = $200, push cart = $225 b.

golf clubs = $275,
golf bag = $300, push cart = $225 c.

golf clubs = $175, golf bag = $350, push cart =
$325 d.

golf clubs = $375, golf bag = $100, push cart = $425

A
B
C
D
10.

The local bookstore is having a summer sale. Three novels cost $12.00 and 2
magazines cost $8.00. How much would it cost to purchase 9 novels and 10 magazines?