# The easiest examples - page 5

- Cow

104 cow consumes 6968 kg hay per day. How many kg of hay consume one cow in one day? - Derivation

Exists a function whose derivation is the same function? - Cycling

Cyclist goes on a trip. First, drove 4 hours average speed 44 kilometers per hour, then slowed down and another 4 hours driving a speed 36 kilometers per hour. How many total kilometers cycling? - Digits

Write the smallest and largest 1-digit number. - Vinegar 2

How many percentage of getvinegar solution, if we mix to 2 liters of 5.9% and 2 liters of 3.5% vinegar? - Milimeters

How many millimeters is 1/4 meters? - Painter Pavel

Painter Pavel painted the fence for 16 hours and painter Petr the same fence painted for 13 h. How long should take painted the fence together? - Trapezoid

Are diagonals in a rectangular trapezoid perpendicular and bisect the angles? - Winnie

Winnie Hugo had the right paw 10 punches and on 15 left more. How many punches has on left paw? - Road

Between cities A and B is route 13 km long of stúpanie average 7‰. Calculate the height difference of cities A and B. - Percent calculation

Calculate 61% if 85% is 38. - Computer

A line of print on a computer contains 64 characters (letters, spacers or other chars). Find how many characters there are in 7 lines. - Center traverse

It is true that the middle traverse bisects the triangle? - Toy Cars

Peter has 29 toy cars, Zdenko has 8 toy cars less. How many toy cars has Zdenko? - Carpenter

You want to cut long board into smaller pieces. Carpenter said that one cut of the board into two pieces will cost you 100 cents. But you need to cut the board into 9 parts. How much you pay? - Cakes

On the table was 56 cakes. When Peter went home, leaving them eight times less. How many cakes left? - Hours

How many hours is 9 days? - Triangle P2

Can triangle have two right angles? - Word

What is the probability that a random word composed of chars T, H, A, M will be MATH? - Chickens and rabbits

In the yard were chickens and rabbits. They had 28 heads and 82 legs. How many chickens and how many rabbits was in the yard?

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