# Two Step Story Problems

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1. 331 students went on a field trip. Six buses were filled and 7 students traveled in cars.How many students were in each bus?
54
2. Aliyah had \$24 to spend on seven pencils.After buying them she had \$10. How muchdid each pencil cost?
\$2.00
3. You bought a magazine for \$5 and four
erasers. You spent a total of \$25. How
much did each eraser cost?
\$5.00
4. The sum of three consecutive even numbers
is 48. What are the smallest of these
numbers?
14
5. Maria bought seven boxes. A week later
half of all her boxes were destroyed in a fire.
There are now only 22 boxes left. With
how many did she start?
37
6. Sumalee won 40 super bouncy balls playing
horseshoes at her school's game night.
Later, she gave two to each of her friends.
She only has 8 remaining. How many
friends does she have?
16
7. Imani spent half of her weekly allowance
playing mini-golf. To earn more money her
parents let her wash the car for \$4. What is
her weekly allowance if she ended with
\$12?
\$16
8. Jill sold half of her comic books and then
bought sixteen more. She now has 36. With
how many did she begin?
40
9. For a field trip 4 students rode in cars and
the rest filled nine buses. How many
students were in each bus if 472 students
were on the trip?
52
10. On Tuesday Shanice bought five hats. On
Wednesday half of all the hats that she had
were destroyed. On Thursday there were
only 17 left. How many did she have on
Monday?
29
11. The Cooking Club made some pies to sell at
a basketball game to raise money for the
new math books. The cafeteria contributed
four pies to the sale. Each pie was then cut
into five pieces and sold. There were a total
of 60 pieces to sell. How many pies did the
club make?
8

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