# Equation - examples - page 52

1. Two ships The distance from A to B is 300km. At 7 am started from A to B a ferry with speed higher by 20 km/h than a ship that leaves at 8 o'clock from B to A. Both met at 10h 24min. Determine how far they will meet from A and when they reach the destination.
2. Oranges Mother divided her three children's oranges in a ratio of 6:5:4. Two children gave 45 oranges. How many oranges were there?
3. Square sides If the square side increases by 28%, the square circumference increases by 11.2 meters. Find the length of the original square side.
4. Age In 1960 my age was equal to the digits sum of the year of my birth. What is my age now?
5. What is What is the value of the smaller of a pair of numbers for which their sum is 78 and their division quotients are 0.3?
6. Mushrooms Grandfather gathered fresh mushrooms. The fifth was wormwood, and it was thrown away, the other dried up. He obtained 720 grams of dried mushrooms. How many kilograms did the grandfather collect, and by drying the mushrooms they lost 75% of their weight?
7. Honza Honza is 13 years old and Peter 21 years old. After how many years are their ages will be at ratio 7: 9?
8. Equation 15 Solve equation with variables on both sides:
9. A man 2 A man divides \$10,000 into two investments, one at 10% and the other at 30%. Find how much is invested at each rate so that the two investments produce the same income annually.
10. Two thirds Find two-thirds of the number equal to two-thirds of 99
11. Employees There are 1116 people working in three factory halls. In the first one, there are 18% more than the third, and 60 persons more than the second. How many employees work in individual halls?
12. Negative in equation 2x + 3 + 7x = – 24, what is the value of x?
13. Brick weight Half the weight of a brick plus 20 pounds is equal to 1/3 the weight of the brick plus 30 pounds. How much does the brick weigh?
14. Girls The children's competition was attended by 63 girls, which is 30% of all children's participants. How many children attended this competition?
15. The sum 2 The sum of five consecutive even integers is 150. Find the largest of the five integers. A.28 B.30 C.34 D.54 Show your solution and explain your answer.
16. Test scores Jo's test scores on the first four 100 point exams are as follows: 96,90,76, and 88. If all exams are worth the same percent, what is the minimum test score necessary on his last exam to earn an A grade in the class (90% or better)?
17. T-shirts and hat 5 t-shirts and a hat cost £62.00 2 t-shirts and a hat cost £29.00 How much does a t-shirt cost ? How much does a hat cost ?
18. Coins The boy collected coins with value 5 CZK and 2 CZK when he had 50 pieces saved 190 CZK. How many he has each type of coin?
19. Three friends Cuba, Matthew and their friend Adam found a brigade during their weekend weekends because they wanted to make a joint trip to the Alps that they planned for the spring break. Cuba enjoyed the skiing trip very much, so he was not lazy to get up and went t
20. Tickets 1260 tickets sold. On the first day, 80% was sold on the second day was sold. How many tickets were sold first and how much the next day?

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