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Algebra Word Problems                             Perimeter Problems



  1. The length of a rectangle is 5 inches more than its width. The perimeter is 66
     inches. Find the dimensions of the rectangle.

  2. The length of a rectangle is 8 inches longer than its width. The perimeter is 80
     inches. Find the length and width of the rectangle.

  3. The length of a rectangle is 5 inches longer than its width. The perimeter is
     168 inches. Find the dimensions of the rectangle.

  4. The width of a rectangle is 3 inches less than its length. The perimeter is 130
     inches. Find the length and the width of the rectangle.

  5. The perimeter of a rectangular parking lot is 146 yards. Find its dimensions if
     the length is 7 yards less than 4 times the width.

  6. The perimeter of a rectangular skating rink is 530 feet. If the length is 5 feet
     more w than 3 times the width, what are the dimensions?

  7. The perimeter of a rectangular garden is 110 feet. Find its dimensions if the
     length is 5 feet less than twice the width.

  8. The perimeter of a rectangular tennis court is 228 feet. If the length of the
     court is 6 feet longer than twice the width, find the dimensions.

  9. The length of a rectangle is 4 feet more than twice the width. The perimeter is
     116 feet. Find the dimensions of the rectangle.

  10. The length of a rectangle is 3 more than twice the width. The perimeter is 36.
  Find the dimensions.
Using systems to solve                       Coin Problems

For each problem, translate into a pair of equations. Then solve.

   1. A class contributed $3.50 in nickels and dimes to the Red Cross. In all there were 45 coins.
      How many were there of each kind?

   2. A purse containing $3.20 in quarters and dimes has, in all 20 coins. Find the number of each
      kind of coin.

   3. A purse contains $4.70 in nickels and quarters. There are 30 coins in all. How many of each
      kind are there?

   4. Sam has $2.05 in quarters and dimes. The number of quarters is four more than the number
      of dimes. Find the number of each coin.

   5. Helen has $1.35 in her bank in nickels and dimes. The number of nickels is 9 more than the
      number of dimes. How many of each coin does she have?

   6. A jar of dimes and quarters contains $15.25. There are 103 coins in all. How many of each
      coin are there?

   7. A jar of quarters and nickels contains $1.25. There are 13 coins in all. How many of each coin
      are there?

   8. A vending machine takes only nickels and dimes. There are 5 times as many dimes as nickels
      in the machine. There is a total of $4.40 in the machine. How many of each coin are in the
      machine?

   9. A vending machine takes only nickels and dimes. At the end of the day the number of nickels
      was three times the number of dimes. There was a total of $25. How many of each coin was
      there?

   10. Phil has 50 nickels and dimes worth $4.15. How many dimes does he have?



   11. Sally has $21.40 in dimes and quarters, for a total of 100 coins. How many of each kind of
       coin does she have?

								
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