# Mathematics

We offer practice word problems and examples of elementary and high school mathematics. In the 12 years of the portal's existence, we have collected and solved more than 18,000 word problems. If you find an error in our solution, please report it to us. We are happy to fix it and learn new things.Most of the tasks were sent to us by the students themselves. We try to develop logical and critical thinking in children and youth. We collect examples from pupils who cannot calculate them or just want to confirm the correctness of their procedure and result.

Examples are completely classic word problems.

**We consider mathematics a carrier of common sense**, without which succeeding in a further career or business is more challenging. We develop creative, critical thinking. Everything can be proven in mathematics, derived from basic knowledge (axioms). For example, each solution to the example can be verified by a correctness test. We will help you with our portal with math questions and problems with their solutions. If you are looking for math material, getting ready for a prize, a graduate, a monitor, or a nationwide knowledge test is also right here. In addition to examples, we also offer online math calculators.

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27.03.2024 We have 18340 solved math problems.- Bertha

Bertha went on a walk 5 times this week. Each time she went 11/5 miles. How far did Bertha walk? - One muffin

Eight muffins and one drink cost $8.12. If the drink costs $1.24, find the cost of one muffin. - Earnings 4

Joey earned $35, which is five times more than Leo earned. How much did Leo earn? - Multiply mixed

What is six-eighths times five? Your answer should be in mixed number form. Some hints: one and ten-thirtieths three and six-eighths six and four-sixths nine and three-fifths - Multimodal or unimodal

The weights (in kg) of 13 students of a class are 37,39,33,32,41,33,37,45,43,39, 33,40,39 Find the mode & media of this data (F) Is there more than one mode? - The mean - mi

Find the mean of 3 5 8 4 10. - Sugar 9

Joe has two containers of sugar. One container has 1 2/5 cups. The other container has 4 1/10. If he uses 1 4/5 of sugar how much does he have left?

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