Fractions - examples - page 14
- Boys and girls
There are 28 girls in the hall. 5/7 of all children are boys. How many children and how many boys are there?
For 7 hours study, she scored a 75 so if she made 93 how many hours would she need to study?
- Series and sequences
Find a fraction equivalent to the recurring decimal? 0.435643564356
- Right triangle from axes
A line segment has its ends on the coordinate axes and forms with them a triangle of area equal to 36 sq. Units . The segment passes through the point ( 5,2). What is the slope of the line segment. ?
- Points on line segment
Points P & Q belong to segment AB. If AB=a, AP = 2PQ = 2QB, find the distance: between point A and the midpoint of the segment QB.
Vili ate three pieces of pie . If it piece is 1/8 how much pie did he eat?
- Pie II
Vili ate three pieces of pie. If it pieces is 1/8 how much pie did he eat?
- Unknown number
I think the number - its sixth is 3 smaller than its third.
There were pears in the basket. I took them two fifths and left them in a basket of six. How many pears I took?
- Percentages 5
$5.25 is 7 1/2% of what number?
What is 1/3 of $821.43?
- Unit rate
Find unit rate: 6,840 customers in 45 days
Shade the area on the grid that shows 5/8 x 2/4
- Equation with x
Solve the following equation: 2x- (8x + 1) - (x + 2) / 5 = 9
- Two brothers
The two brothers were to be divided according to the will of land at an area of 1ha 86a 30m2 in a ratio of 5:4. How many will everyone get?
Several pieces of bread were in the store. Half of them plus a half of bread bought a cookbook. Of the remaining bread, half of it plus half of the bread was bought by Mr. Novák. The last bread was bought by Ms. Small. How many breads were in the store at.
- Image reduction
To say that I am mathematically challenged is a gross understatement! I'm trying to help my friend determine how to calculate percentages of reduction or enlargement for a quilt pattern. She is creating a drawing of a cute picture which will become a pie
- Simple equation 3
24 = n • 27, solve for n
- Hamster cage
Ryan keeps his hamster cage on his dresser. The area of the top of Ryan's dresser is 1 2\3 as large as the area of the bottom of his hamster cage. The area of the dresser top is 960 square inches. How many square inches of his dresser top are not covered b
- Land area
A land area of Asia and Africa are in a 3: 2 ratio, the European and African are is 1:3. What are the proportions of Asia, Africa, and Europe?
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