# Division - examples

- Dividing

Divide the three line segment 13 cm, 26 cm and 19.5 cm long for parts so that the individual parts were equally long and longest. How long will the individual parts and how many it will? - Divisibility

Is the number 214743 divisible by 10? - Chocolate

Charlie bought 7 same chocolates for 14 Eur. How many euros he pay for 27 chocolates? - Cyclist

A cyclist passes 88 km in 4 hours. How many kilometers he pass in 8 hours? - Root

The root of the equation ? is: ? - Homeless Dezider

Homeless Dežko has 13 coins in jacket: Calculate the value of its assets and calculate how many bottles of wine for 0.55 EUR can he buy. - Chickens

4 chickens give 4 eggs in 4 days. How many eggs can give 8 chickens for 8 days? - Trio

84 children lined up in groups of three. How many children did not create a trio? - Above 100%

What is 155% of 210? - School trip

School trip cost 340.8 USD for one class (24 students). How much would cost a trip for two classes? (both classes together have 44 students) - Promile

Calculate the 2.9 ‰ of 629. - Blood

In human body the blood is about 7.7% body weight. How many kilograms of blood is in the human body with weight 96 kg? - School

27 students of 6.A class is going to a trip. They pay 7 € each. The teacher got 147 €. How many children have not paid? - Logic

A man drinks a barrel of water for 31 days, woman for 58 days, for how many days they drink barrel together? - Medicament

Same type of medicament produces a number of manufacturers in a variety of packages with different content of active substance. Pack 1: includes 60 pills of 1200 mg of active substance per pack cost 18 Eur. Pack 2: includes 30 pills of 1000 mg of active s - Ace

From complete sets of playing cards (32 cards) we pulled out one card. What is the probability of pulling the ace? - Cow

193 cow consumes 13510 kg hay per day. How many kg of hay consume one cow in one day? - Percent calculation

Calculate 22% if 68% is 42. - Milimeters

How many millimeters is 1/100 meters? - Plums

In the bowl are plums. How many would be there if we can divide it equally among 10, 11 and 15 children?

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