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- bring a pen or pencil
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8th Grade Math
Applied Business Math - money and money in everyday life.
Emergency Plan Day 1
Study the list of numbers. Put them in order from least to greatest. Make sure you show ALL of your work.
-0.003, 9/5, 10, -8/9, and 8.9
Emergency Plan Day 2
Evaluate the following problem:
-4 + 6(2-5) - 3
Be sure to show all of your work. Use Order of Operations to solve.
Emergency Plan Day 3
What is the difference between area and perimeter? What is the formula (equation) for area? What is the formula for perimeter?
Draw then find the area and the perimeter for a rectangle that has a side of 12 cm long and 10cm wide.
Emergency Plan Day 4
A study states that 15% of freshman at Boonton High School skip breakfast on school days.
Describe how you could design an experiment to test this claim in your school.
Emergency Plan Day 5
Find the answer for the following problems. Show ALL of your work.
1) Sue charges $6 for each car she washes. If she washes an SUV, she charges $8. How much did she earn when she washed 4 cars and 5 SUV's?
2) Lisa brought 68 balloons to the party this year. This was 14 more than last year. How many did she bring last year?
Each balloon costs $4. How much money did she spend on balloons?
Emergency Plan Day 6
Solve the following problem by showing ALL of your work.
Sal bought shares in two different companies. He bought 25 shares of ABC Company at the price of $12 per share. He bought 75 shares of XYZ Company at the price of $14 per share. How much did he pay for all the shares?
Emergency Plan Day 7
Answer the following problems.
1) Muriel is a real estate agent. She receives 6% commission when she sells a house. She recently sold a house for $200,000. How much commission did she receive?
2) Mack works at the local hamburger place. Last Wednesday Mack made 125 hamburgers. There were 600 hamburgers made that day. What percent of all the hamburgers did Mack make?
3) Jodi bought a new business suit on sale at 20% off the original price of $80. She also bought shoes for $64. How much did she pay for the new clothes?
4) Karen bought a computer that was on sale for $165. The sale price was 75% of the original price. What was the original price?
Learning about lines, shapes, and figures. Including algebra skills.
Math 1and 2
Basic math for everyday life. Money, banking and more.
Boonton High School