# Latest problems - page 24

- Supermarket 2

A supermarket had a buko pie sale. In the morning 2/3 of the pies were sold and in the afternoon 1/6 of the pies were sold. If 150 pies were left, how many pies had been sold? Show your solution. - Gasoline tank 2

A gasoline tank is 1/6 full. When 25 liters of gasoline were added, it became 3/4 full. How many liters more is needed to fill it? Show your solution. - Supermarket

In a local supermarket, 3/5 kilogram of squid costs 156.00. How do 4 kilograms of squid cost? - Reciprocal equation 2

Solve this equation: x + 5/x - 6 = 4/11 - To improper fraction

Change mixed number to improper fraction a) 1 2/15 b) -2 15/17 - Peaches

There are 20 peaches in the pocket. 3 peaches are rotten. What is the probability that one of the randomly picked two peaches will be just one rotten? - The larger

The larger of two numbers is nine more than four times the smaller number. The sum of the two numbers is fifty-nine. Find the two numbers. - Prime factors

Write 98 as product of prime factors - A pipe

A radius of a cylindrical pipe is 2 ft. If the pipe is 17 ft long, what is its volume? - Solve 2

Solve integer equation: a +b+c =30 a, b, c = can be odd natural number from this set (1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15) - Points collinear

Show that the point A(-1,3), B(3,2), C(11,0) are col-linear. - One-third 2

One-third of the people in a barangay petitioned the council to allow them to plant in vacant lots and another 1/5 of the people petitioned to have a regular garbage collection. What FRACTION of the barangay population made the petition? - Last digit

What is the last number of 2016 power of 2017 - Shadow

A meter pole perpendicular to the ground throws a shadow of 40 cm long, the house throws a shadow 6 meters long. What is the height of the house? - Birthday party

For her youngest son's birthday party, mother bought 6 3/4 kg of hotdog and 5 1/3 dozens bread rolls. Hotdogs cost 160 per kilogram and a dozen bread roll costs 25. How much did she spend in all? - Paper box

Calculate how much we'll pay for a three-side shaped prism box with a triangular base, and if it measures 12cm and 1.6dm, the hypotenuse measures 200mm. The box is 34cm high. We pay 0,13 € per square meter of paper.

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