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1. How many pupils can be seated in a room with s single seats and d double seats?


2. If 2x+y = 5, then 4x+2y=?


3. If 17xy + 7 = 19xy, then 4xy =


4. How many cents are there in 2x-1 dimes?


5. 3x + 10 = 9x 20, sqr(x+5) = (?)



6. A car passes city X at 9:55 am and city Y at 10:15 am. City X is 30 miles from city Y. What is the average rate of car in miles/hr?


7. How many days are there in w weeks and w days?


8. If the second day of the month is a Friday, then the twelfth day of the month is a Tuesday.


9. A man runs y yards in m minutes. What is his rate, in yards/hour?


10. A car travels at the rate of 55 miles/hour on the Pennsylvania turnpike. How many minutes will it take to travel 2/3 of a mile at this rate?


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