Fractions + multiplication - math problems
Number of examples found: 80
Compare fractions ?. Which fraction of the lower?
- Quotient 3
If the quotient of 8/13 and 2 is subtracted from the product of 1 3/4 and 8/21, what is the difference?
- The ketchup
If 3 1/4 of tomatoes are needed to make 1 bottle of ketchup. Find the number of tomatoes required to make 4 1/5 bottles
- Classroom 4
In a class of 36 pupils, 2/3 are girls. How much it is in a class girls and boys?
Of the 72 wet seeds 7/8 germinated. How many seeds germinate?
- The tap
For one day flows 148 l of water out of the tap. How much water will flow out for 3/4 day?
In human body the blood is about 7.3% body weight. How many kilograms of blood is in the human body with weight 109 kg?
In an company of 1050 employees are 2/3 women. How many women work in the company?
- Fractions 3
Calculate 1/9 of 27:
How many millimeters is 1/4 meters?
- Farmers 2
On Wednesday the farmers at the Grant Farm picked 2 barrels of tomatoes. Thursday, the farmers picked 1/2 as many tomatoes as on Wednesday. How many barrels of tomatoes did the farmers pick on Thursday?
- Tallest and shortest
Jenn is the tallest on the team. He is 1 1/2 times as tall as the shortest girl whom is 4 1/4 feet tall. How tall is Jebb?
- Watching TV
One evening 2/3 students watch TV. Of those students, 3/8 watched a reality show. Of the students that watched the show, 1/4 of them recorded it. What fraction of the students watched and recorded reality tv.
- Hours 3
How many hours are in 3 2/3 days?
- Master and apprentice
Master painted the roof in 3 hours and apprentice for 4 hours. How many of roof they painted in hour and how many in three quarters of an hour?
- Evaluate expression
Evaluate expression using BODMAS rule: 1 1/4+1 1/5÷3/5-5/8
Divide: a) 250 CZK in the ratio 2:3 b) 1000 CZK in the ratio 4:7:9
The boys changed stamps, beads and balls. For 9 balls is 3 stamps, 2 balls is 44 stamps. How many beads is for 1 ball?
47% of pupils at the school to eat in the canteen, 1/47 of students who eat in the canteen eat lunch soup. a) What percentage of pupils who eat in the canteen and eat soup for lunch? b) What percentage of all pupils of school eat lunch soup?
Let k represent an unknown number, express the following expressions: 1. The sum of the number n and two 2. The quotient of the number n and nine 3. Twice the number n 4. The difference between nine and the number n 5. Nine less than the number n
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