PRE-ALGEBRA, 2012
39

 PAGE: 15 SET: Exercises PROBLEM: 39

One bushel of apples from a dwarf apple tree is equal to pounds.

The number of pounds of apples represented by .

a.

Write an algebraic expression find the number of fluid ounces.

Phrase: One bushel of apples from a dwarf apple tree is equal to pounds.

Variable: Let represented by the number of pints of liquid.

Expressions: .

Therefore, the algebraic expression is .

b.

Find how many pounds of apples will an orchard of tree produced.

One tree can produce bushels.

Thus,   tree can be produce .

(Original expression)

(Substitute )

(Multiply: )

Therefore, the number of pounds of apples in bushels.

the number of pounds of apples in bushels.

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