# Subtracting + multiplication - examples

1. Toilets
A federal law requires that all residential toilets sold in the United States use no more than 1 3/5 gallons of water per flush. Prior to this legislation, conventional toilets used 3 2/5 gallons of water per flush. Find the amount of water saved in one ye
2. Root
The root of the equation ? is: ?
3. Bus vs. train
Bus started from point A 25 minutes before the train started from the same place. The bus went an average speed of 41 km/h, train 67 km/h. To point B train and bus arrived simultaneously. Calculate time of train journey, if train and bus travelled the.
4. Textbooks
After check of textbooks found that every 8-th textbook should be withdrawn. Together 74 textbooks were withdrawn. How many textbooks were in stock before withdrawn and how many after withdrawn?
5. Theater
The theater has in each row with 11 seats. Ticket to the first 8 rows is for 198 KČ. In next rows is for 84 KČ. The theater was completely sold out. Revenue was 34980 KČ. How many rows are in the theater?
6. Chocholate
Table of chocolate is divided into squares on its surface. Lengthwise has 15 squares and widthwise 7 squares. We must chocolate broke into individual squares. How many times we have broke it to get only individual squares? It is not permitted to break.
7. Unknown x
If we add to unknown number 72, then divide by 2 and then subtract 29, we get back an unknown number. What is this unknown number?
8. Hens
10 hens will eat spilled grain from 6AM to 16 PM. At 9 hour grandmother brought 5 hens from the neighbors. At what time was grain out?
9. Efficiency of rail
With subsidies are business easy. Calculate how much must cost rail ticket (x) in today's ticket price € 13 and if the trains was not subsidized, if it is known that without subsidies would cost three times today's ticket prices. Calculate the value of.
10. Grower
Grower harvested 190 kg of apples. Pears harvested 10 times less. a) How many kg pears harvested? b) How many apples and pears harvested? c) How many kg harvested pears less than apples?
11. Five girls
Five girls traveling by bus. Each holds in each hand two baskets. In each basket are four cats. Each cat has three kittens. Two girls exits bus. How many legs are in the bus?
12. Boys and girls
In the class are 15 boys and 3-times less girls. How many girls are in the classroom? How many all children are in the class?
How much and how many times is 3.7 greater than 0.037?
14. Numbers
By how many is the difference of numbers 8 and 34 less than its product?
15. Katy
Kate paid for the package on delivery of four meters textile 688 CZK. What is the price of one meter textile when shipping and handling amounted to 48 CZK?
16. Three-digit
How many three-digit natural numbers is greater than 321 if no digit in number repeated?
17. Travel by bus
Five girls traveling by bus. Each holds in each hand two baskets. Each basket contains 5 cats. Each cat has 5 kittens. 3 girls getting off the bus and another girl without baskets go on board. The bus control driver. How many legs are in the bus?
18. Cake fractions
Thomas ate 1/3 of cake, Bohouš of the rest of the cake ate 2/5. What fraction of cake left over for others?
19. Operations
Sum of the numbers 3.06 and 4.21 multiply by the difference of numbers 4.81 and 3.17.
20. With bracket
Calculate (evaluate) simple mathematical expression with a negative numbers and a bracket: 13+15*5-2*(-6)

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