# Adding - examples - page 4

1. ZOO
In the zoo was elephants as many as ostrichs. Monkeys was 4 times more than elephants. Monkeys were as many as flamingos. Wolves were 5 times less as flamingos. How many of these animals were together? We know that there were four wolves.
2. Buffet
In the school buffet were 30 children. 21 children bought sandwiches and 15 children bought lemonade. Four children did not buy anything. How many children bought lemonade and sandwiche?
3. Relay-race
Kate ran 170 meters at 29.8 seconds, Suzan at 29.3 seconds, Roza at 34 seconds and Žofka at 30.4 seconds. How long took to run 4x170 m relay-race?
Worker knits the baskets which then sells in the market. He maked seven baskets on Monday and one more each day than he did in the previous day. How many times more baskets did he make till the following Monday evening compared to the first day when he di
5. Algebrogram
Solve algebrogram for sum of three numbers: BEK KEMR SOMR ________ HERCI
6. Miraculous tree
Miraculous tree grows so fast that the first day increases its height by half the total height of the second day by the third, the third day by a quarter, etc. How many times will increase its height after 6 days?
7. Annie
Annie had a few cents in wallet. She bought a 3 buns for 9 cents. Now she has 58 cents in the wallet. How many cents previously Annie had in the wallet?
8. Brackets
Place one pair of brackets in expression 20-16 + 10 - 4 - 2 so that the result will be 0.
9. Pencils
Emil has 23 pencils in a pencil case, 18 of which were broken. Emily 9 trims, 2 breaks, 4 trims and goes to school. When he return from school, he has broken 5 pencils. How many pencils have trimed at school?
10. RWY
Calculate the opposite direction of the runway 13. Runways are named by a number between 01 and 36, which is generally one tenth of the azimuth of the runway's heading in degrees: a runway numbered 09 points east (90°), runway 18 is south (180°), runway.
11. Pupils
Two classes to collect money. Boys are four sevenths pupils. In time did not pay a quarter of the boys and a sixth of girls, which together mean 12 sinners. How many pupils attend this two classes ?
12. Two numbers
The sum of two numbers is 1. Identify this two numbers if you know that the half of first is equal to the third of second number.
13. 9-gon
Sum of interiol angles of 9-gon is:
14. Chocholate pyramid
How many chocolates are in the third shelf when at the 8th shelf are 41 chocolates in any other shelf is 7 chocolates more the previous shelf.
15. Parenthesis
Fill in the examples correctly brackets: A) 7.9+12:3-2 =23 B) 7.9+12:3-2=75
16. Stock
Enterprise sold 7/12 of their products to foreign markets and 2/5 of the remainder sold at home. How many % of the products is still in stock?
17. Three vectors
The three forces whose amplitudes are in ratio 9:10:17 act in the plane at one point so that they are in balance. Determine the angles of the each two forces.
18. Decimal to fraction
Write decimal number 8.638333333 as a fraction A/B in the basic form. Given decimal has infinite repeating figures.
19. Travel by bus
Five girls traveling by bus. Each holds in each hand two baskets. Each basket contains 5 cats. Each cat has 5 kittens. 3 girls getting off the bus and another girl without baskets go on board. The bus control driver. How many legs are in the bus?
20. Chestnuts
Mary harvested 45 chestnuts. Christian harvested 56 chestnuts more. How many chestnuts gathered together?

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