# ORDER OF OPERATIONS WORD PROBLEMS WORKSHEET

Problem 1 :

Lenin has \$520. He spends \$320 on food. Later he divides all the money into five equal parts out of which four parts were distributed and one part he keeps for himself. Then he found \$72 on the road. Write the final expression and find the money he has left?

Problem 2 :

You pay \$1.55 to buy a package of paper napkins costing 74¢. How much change will you get back? Give the expression also.

Problem 3 :

Jack has \$1,500 to be distributed among two groups equally. Later, the first part is divided among 3 children and second part is divided among 5 brothers. Give the expression that represents how the money distribution between two groups was dispersed?

Problem 4 :

James has \$2,540 and he invested in stock. In one day, his money was doubled. The next day he got a profit of \$330 and later loss of \$278. Write an expression for this and determine the final amount of money in stock.

Problem 5 :

Jessica bought 4 notebooks for \$1.60 each, two boxes of pencils for \$1.50 each, and a box of pens for \$1.70. Write an expression for Jessica's total expenditure and find how much she paid in all.

Problem 6 :

Dustin had \$53 and withdrew \$375 from his bank account. He bought a pair of trousers for \$35.00, 5 shirts for \$17.00 each, and 3 pairs of shoes for \$25.00 each. Give the final expression, and determine how much money Dustin had at the end of the shopping day. The final expression which represents the total amount of money Adam has left :

= [(520 - 320) ÷ 5] + 72

 Evaluation= [(520 - 320) ÷ 5] + 72= [(520 - 320) ÷ 5] + 72= [﻿200 ÷ 5﻿] + 72= 40 + 72= 112 OperationBracketsParenthesesDivisionAdditionResult

Amount of money Lenin has left is \$112.

The final expression which represents the change you will get back :

= \$1.55 - 7

In the expression above, one value is in dollars and other value is in cents. To simplify the above expression, both the values must be in same unit.

Since 1\$ = 100¢, multiply the dollars by 100 to convert it to cents.

= 1.55x100¢ - 74¢

Now, both the values are in the same unit, cents.

 Evaluation= 1.55x100 - 74= 155 - 74= 81 OperationMultiplicationSubtractionResult

The change will you get back is 81¢.

Since \$1,500 is distributed among two groups equally, amount of money that each group gets :

= 1500/2

First Part :

The expression which represents the amount of money that each child gets in the first part :

= (1500/2) ÷ 3

 Evaluation= (1500/2) ÷ 3= 750 ÷ 3= 250 OperationParenthesesDivisionResult

In the first part, each of the three children gets \$250.

Second Part :

The expression which represents the amount of money that each brother gets in the second part :

= (1500/2) ÷ 5

 Evaluation= (1500/2) ÷ 5= 750 ÷ 5= 150 OperationParenthesesDivisionResult

In the second part, each of the five brothers gets \$150.

The expression which represents Andy's present amount :

= 2540 x 2 + 330 - 278

 Evaluation= 2540 x 2 + 330 - 278= 5080 + 330 - 278= 5410 - 278= 5132 OperationMultiplicationAdditionSubtractionResult

The final amount of money in stock is \$5132.

The expression which represents Jessica's expenditure :

= 4x1.60 + 2x1.50 + 1x1.70

 Evaluation= 4x1.60 + 2x1.50 + 1x1.70= 6.40 + 3.00 + 1.70= 11.10 OperationMultiplicationAdditionResult

Jessica paid \$11.10 in all.

The final expression which represents the money Dustin at the end of the shopping day :

= 53 + 375 - 35 - 5x17 - 3x25

 Evaluation= 53 + 375 - 35 - 5x17 - 3x25= 53 + 375 - 35 - 85 - 75= 428 - 35 - 85 - 75= 393 - 85 - 75= 308 - 75= 233 OperationMultiplicationAdditionSubtractionSubtractionSubtractionResult

Amount of money that Dustin had at the end of the shopping day is \$233.

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