# Reason - examples - page 24

- Star equation

Write digits instead of stars so that the sum of the written digits is odd and is true equality: 42 · ∗8 = 2 ∗∗∗ - Three ints

The sum of three consecutive integers is 2016. What numbers are they? - Toy store

In the toy department of store was exposed 28 dolls. 19 dolls were blondes or could speak. 12 dolls were blondes, 14 could speak. How many blondes could speak in the toy department? How many blondes could not speak? - Consecutive numbers

Sum of ten consecutive numbers is 105. Determine these numbers (write first and last). - Students

In the front row sitting three students and in every other row 11 students more than the previous row. Determine how many students are in the room when the room is 9 lines, and determine how many students are in the seventh row. - Four families

Four families were on a joint trip. In the first family, there were three siblings, namely Alica, Betka and Cyril. In the second family were four siblings, namely David, Erik, Filip and Gabika. In the third family, there were two siblings, namely Hugo and - Unknown number

Determine the unknown number that is equal to a quarter of the fifth of number, which is by 152 more than unknown number. - Skiing meeting

On the skiing meeting came four friends from 4 world directions and led the next interview. Charles: "I did not come from the north or from the south." Mojmir "But I came from the south." Joseph: "I came from the north." Zdeno: "I come from the south." W - Mr and Mrs

Mr. Calda and Mrs. Cald have a total of 139 years. How many years have when we know that Mr. Calda is 9 years older than Mrs. Cald - Cuboid and ratio

Cuboid has dimensions in ratio 1:2:6 and the surface area of the cuboid is 1000 dm^{2}. Calculate the volume of the cuboid. - Sales of products

For 80 pieces of two quality products a total sales is 175 Eur. If the first quality product was sold for n EUR per piece (n natural number) and the second quality product after 2 EUR per piece. How many pieces of the first quality were sold? - Add symbols

Add marks (+, -, *, /, brackets) to fullfill equations 1 3 6 5 = 10 This is for the 4th grade of the primary school - with no negative numbers yet - Alarm clock

The old watchmaker has a special digital alarm in its collection that rings whenever the sum of digits of the alarm is equal to 21. Find out when the alarm clock will ring. What is their number? List all options ... - Midnight

How many hours are, if the time that elapsed since 8:00 is 2/5 of the time that will past till midnight? - Tiles path

A rectangular park measures 24mX18m. A path 2.4m wide is constructed all around it. Find the cost of paving the path with cement tiles of size 60cm X 40cm at the rate of $5.60 per tile ? - School marks

Boris has a total of 22 marks. Ones have 3 times less than threes. There are two twos. How many has ones and threes? - Apples 2

How many apples were originally on the tree, if the first day fell one third, the second day quarter of the rest and on tree remained 45 apples? - Buildings

The school stands 110 m from the church, which is 100 m beyond the town hall. Which building are closer to the church and how many times? - Princess

Princess has lost 321 beads and Prince George are all trying to find. On the first day he found all but 83 beads. On the second day he found 68 beads. On the third day he found the rest, but the princess had lost 76. How many beads had Princess after the f - MO8-Z8-I-5 2017

Identical rectangles ABCD and EFGH are positioned such that their sides are parallel to the same. The points I, J, K, L, M and N are the intersections of the extended sides, as shown. The area of the BNHM rectangle is 12 cm^{2}, the rectangle MBCK area is 63.

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