# 3rd grade + multiplication - examples

1. Holidays
Calculate how many hours take holidays, if take 5 weeks.
2. Orchard
3 trees in 3 lines grows in the orchard. How many trees are in the orchard?
3. Efficiency of rail
With subsidies are business easy. Calculate how much must cost rail ticket (x) in today's ticket price € 11 and if the trains was not subsidized, if it is known that without subsidies would cost three times today's ticket prices. Calculate the value of.
4. Grower
Grower harvested 190 kg of apples. Pears harvested 10 times less. a) How many kg pears harvested? b) How many apples and pears harvested? c) How many kg harvested pears less than apples?
5. Forest ranger
Forest ranger watching from the hide deers. At one time point he can see 6 deers. How many maximum deers can be see by 3 rangers at same time?
6. Numbers
By how many is the difference of numbers 8 and 34 less than its product?
7. Rolls
Michail likes rolls, which cost 12 cents. Previously purchased 6 rolls. How many cents paid Michail for rolls?
8. Shoes
Joseph had one pair of sandals, one pair of hiking shoes, 1 pair of botas, one pair of church shoes. How many pieces of shoes had together?
9. Unknown number 2
I think the number. When he reduces it four times, I'll get 11. What number am I thinking?
10. Beautiful alley
In the alley 4 rows of 10 trees and 5 rows of 8 trees blossomed. Six of the trees have already blossomed. How many trees still bloom in the alley?
11. Kangaroo
Kangaroo do 10 jumps in 1 minute and then three minutes lie , then will make 10 jumps in 1 minute and 3 minutes lie, and so on. Find the shortest time in which kangaroo do 30 jumps.
12. Zucchini
One zucchini costs 5 CZK. How much would cost four?
13. Grandma
Grandma bought two 10 pack of eggs. She used 8 eggs on the cake, 2 times less on the omelette and 4 more eggs for breakfast. How many eggs did it stand for?
14. Fishing boat
The fishing boat caught 14 fish in one day. How many fish will catch 4 fishing boats in 8 days?
15. Two numbers
Find the four times smaller number for numbers 12 and 36 and then add them.

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