Step: 1

Distance traveled by Charlie = Sum of the distances traveled by him in 2 hours

Step: 2

= 4.83 + 1.94

[Substitute the values.]

Step: 3

4.83 | [Line up the decimals.] | ||

+ | 1.94 | ||

6.77 | [Add] | ||

Step: 4

Total distance traveled by Charlie is 6.77 miles.

Correct Answer is : 6.77 miles

Step: 1

Difference between the weights of two boxes = 6.7 - 2.4.

[Write an expression.]

Step: 2

6.7 | [Align the decimal points.] |

- 2.4 | |

4.3 | [Subtract.] |

Step: 3

So, the difference between the weights of the boxes is 4.3 lbs.

Correct Answer is : 4.3 lbs

Step: 1

Total length of the bridge = Length of the bridge built + Length of the bridge to be built.

Step: 2

= 3.83 + 6.31

[Substitute the values.]

Step: 3

3.83

+ 6.31

.........

10.14

.........

+ 6.31

.........

10.14

.........

[Line up the decimal places.]

[Add.]

Step: 4

Total length of the bridge = 10.14 km

Correct Answer is : 10.14 km

Step: 1

The height of the second floor from ground level = Height of ground floor + Height of second floor

Step: 2

= 5.4 + 6.2

[Substitute the values.]

Step: 3

5.4

+ 6.2

...........

11.6

...........

+ 6.2

...........

11.6

...........

[Line up the decimal points.]

[Add.]

Step: 4

The height of second floor from ground level = 11.6 meters.

Correct Answer is : 11.6 m

Step: 1

The total amount of sugar that storeowner had is 870.18 gm.

Step: 2

He sold 457.10 gm.

Step: 3

The amount of sugar left with him = total amount of sugar - amount of sugar he sold

= 870.18 - 457.10

Step: 4

870.18 | [Align the decimal points.] |

- 457.10 | |

413.08 | [Subtract.] |

Step: 5

The amount of sugar left with storeowner is 413.08 grams.

Correct Answer is : 413.08

Step: 1

Total weight of both the bags = weight of Zelma's bag + weight of Lindsay's bag

Step: 2

= 4542.2 + 1799.5

[Substitute the values.]

Step: 3

4542.2

+ 1799.5

...........

6341.7

...........

+ 1799.5

...........

6341.7

...........

[Line up the decimal points.]

[Add.]

Step: 4

Total weight of both the bags is 6341.7 grams.

Correct Answer is : 6341.7 grams

Step: 1

Gasoline consumed = total gasoline - gasoline left after the drive

Step: 2

= 26.5 - 6.3

[Substitute the values.]

Step: 3

26.5

- 6.3

.........

20.2

.........

- 6.3

.........

20.2

.........

[Line up the decimal points.]

[Subtract.]

Step: 4

So, 20.2 gal of gasoline was consumed during the long drive.

Correct Answer is : 20.2 gal

Step: 1

The quantity of rice that is left in the granary = Total quantity of rice - Quantity of rice sent to the dealers

Step: 2

= 967.5 - 396.1

[Substitute.]

Step: 3

967.5

- 396.1

............

571.4

............

- 396.1

............

571.4

............

[Align decimal points.]

[Subtract.]

Step: 4

So, 571.4 lbs of rice are left in the granary.

Correct Answer is : 571.4 lbs

Step: 1

Distance he walks in one hour = Total distance he walked in 4 hours ÷ 4

Step: 2

= 10 ÷ 4

[Substitute the value.]

Step: 3

= 2.5

[Divide.]

Step: 4

Jim can walk a distance of 2.5 miles in one hour.

Correct Answer is : 2.5 miles

Step: 1

The quantity of apples Joe bought is 7 kg.

Step: 2

The quantity of apples Joe gave Tony is 2 kg.

Step: 3

The quantity of apples left with Joe = the quantity of apples he bought - the quantity of apples he gave to Tony.

Step: 4

= 7 kg - 2 kg

[Substitute the values.]

Step: 5

= 5 kg

[Subtract]

Step: 6

5 kg > 2 kg

[Compare the quantities.]

Step: 7

The quantity of apples left with Joe > the quantity of apples with Tony.

Step: 8

Among the two, Joe has greater quantity of apples.

Correct Answer is : Joe

Step: 1

The weight of the total luggage of Mr. William's family = the number of suitcases × the weight of each suitcase.

Step: 2

= 3 × 70

[Substitute the values.]

Step: 3

= 3 × 7 × 10

[7 × 10 = 70]

Step: 4

= 21 × 10 = 210

Step: 5

The luggage weighed 210 lb altogether.

Correct Answer is : 210 lb

Step: 1

Since Lindsay got more ribbon, we need to add the length of the ribbon she has and the length of the ribbon her sister gave her, to know the total length of the ribbons she has.

Step: 2

Total length of the ribbon she has = the length of the ribbon she had + the length of the ribbon her sister gave her

Step: 3

= 40 in + 30 in = 70 in.

Step: 4

Total length of the ribbon that she has is 70 inches.

Correct Answer is : 70 in

Step: 1

To find the total distance that Francis traveled, we need to add the distances he traveled by car, by bus, and by train.

Step: 2

Distance traveled by bus + distance traveled by train + distance traveled by car = total distance he traveled.

Step: 3

50 miles + 70 miles + 30 miles = 150 miles.

Step: 4

So, he traveled a total distance of 150 miles.

Correct Answer is : 150 miles

Step: 1

The quantity of water in the tank = original quantity of water + added water.

Step: 2

= 6300.60 + 3540.25

[Substitute the values.]

Step: 3

6300.60

3540.25

...............

9840.85

...............

3540.25

...............

9840.85

...............

[Align the decimal points.]

Step: 4

So, the quantity of water in the tank is 9840.85 liters.

Correct Answer is : 9840.85 liters

Step: 1

The quantity of water left in the truck = the quantity of water contained in the truck - the quantity of water used

Step: 2

= 346.53 - 202.34

[Substitute the values.]

Step: 3

346.53 | [Align the decimal points.] |

- 202.34 | |

144.19 | [Subtract.] |

Step: 4

So, the quantity of water left in the truck is 144.19 liters.

Correct Answer is : 144.19 liters

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