# Common Core: High School - Algebra : System of Equations and Inequalities: CCSS.Math.Content.HSA-CED.A.3

## Example Questions

### Example Question #1 : System Of Equations And Inequalities: Ccss.Math.Content.Hsa Ced.A.3

There are 8 apples in a small fruit basket and 14 apples in a large fruit basket. If Sally buys a total of 5 fruit baskets that have a combined total of 58 apples, write an equation that represents the total number of apples that Sally has.

Explanation:

To write the appropriate equation for this situation, start by identifying what is known.

Now write the equation in words.

Let

therefore the equation becomes,

### Example Question #1 : System Of Equations And Inequalities: Ccss.Math.Content.Hsa Ced.A.3

There are 6 apples in a small fruit basket and 10 apples in a large fruit basket. If Sally buys a total of 5 fruit baskets that has a combined total of 34 apples, write an equation that represents the total number of apples that Sally has.

Explanation:

To write the appropriate equation for this situation, start by identifying what is known.

Now write the equation in words.

Let

therefore the equation becomes,

### Example Question #3 : System Of Equations And Inequalities: Ccss.Math.Content.Hsa Ced.A.3

There are 3 apples in a small fruit basket and 7 apples in a large fruit basket. If Sally buys a total of 5 fruit baskets that have a combined total of 31 apples, write an equation that represents the total number of apples that Sally has.

Explanation:

To write the appropriate equation for this situation, start by identifying what is known.

Now write the equation in words.

Let

therefore the equation becomes,

### Example Question #4 : System Of Equations And Inequalities: Ccss.Math.Content.Hsa Ced.A.3

There are 5 apples in a small fruit basket and 10 apples in a large fruit basket. If Sally buys a total of 5 fruit baskets that have a combined total of 40 apples, write an equation that represents the total number of apples that Sally has.

Explanation:

To write the appropriate equation for this situation, start by identifying what is known.

Now write the equation in words.

Let

therefore the equation becomes,

### Example Question #1 : System Of Equations And Inequalities: Ccss.Math.Content.Hsa Ced.A.3

There are 15 apples in a small fruit basket and 20 apples in a large fruit basket. If Sally buys a total of 5 fruit baskets that have a combined total of 95 apples, write an equation that represents the total number of apples that Sally has.

Explanation:

To write the appropriate equation for this situation, start by identifying what is known.

Now write the equation in words.

Let

therefore the equation becomes,

### Example Question #6 : System Of Equations And Inequalities: Ccss.Math.Content.Hsa Ced.A.3

There are 8 apples in a small fruit basket and 14 apples in a large fruit basket. If Sally buys a total of 5 fruit baskets that have a combined total of 58 apples, write the system of equation that represents the Sally situation.

Explanation:

To write the appropriate equation for this situation, start by identifying what is known.

Now write the equation in words.

Let

therefore the equation becomes,

Now, since there are 5 fruit baskets set up another equation.

From here set up the system of equation for this situation.

### Example Question #7 : System Of Equations And Inequalities: Ccss.Math.Content.Hsa Ced.A.3

There are 6 apples in a small fruit basket and 10 apples in a large fruit basket. If Sally buys a total of 5 fruit baskets that has a combined total of 34 apples, write a system of equation that represents Sally's situation.

Explanation:

To write the appropriate equation for this situation, start by identifying what is known.

Now write the equation in words.

Let

therefore the equation becomes,

Now, since there are 5 fruit baskets set up another equation.

From here set up the system of equation for this situation.

### Example Question #8 : System Of Equations And Inequalities: Ccss.Math.Content.Hsa Ced.A.3

There are 3 apples in a small fruit basket and 7 apples in a large fruit basket. If Sally buys a total of 5 fruit baskets that have a combined total of 31 apples, write a system of equations that represents Sally's situation.

Explanation:

To write the appropriate equation for this situation, start by identifying what is known.

Now write the equation in words.

Let

therefore the equation becomes,

Now, since there are 5 fruit baskets set up another equation.

From here set up the system of equation for this situation.

### Example Question #9 : System Of Equations And Inequalities: Ccss.Math.Content.Hsa Ced.A.3

There are 5 apples in a small fruit basket and 10 apples in a large fruit basket. If Sally buys a total of 5 fruit baskets that have a combined total of 40 apples, write a system of equations that describes Sally's situation.

Explanation:

To write the appropriate equation for this situation, start by identifying what is known.

Now write the equation in words.

Let

therefore the equation becomes,

Now, since there are 5 fruit baskets set up another equation.

From here set up the system of equation for this situation.

### Example Question #10 : System Of Equations And Inequalities: Ccss.Math.Content.Hsa Ced.A.3

There are 15 apples in a small fruit basket and 20 apples in a large fruit basket. If Sally buys a total of 5 fruit baskets that have a combined total of 95 apples, write a system of equations that represents Sally's situation.

Explanation:

To write the appropriate equation for this situation, start by identifying what is known.

Now write the equation in words.

Let

therefore the equation becomes,

Now, since there are 5 fruit baskets set up another equation.

From here set up the system of equation for this situation.