# Tailor

From the rest of the cloth tailor could cut off either 3 m in men's suits without vest or 3.6 m with vest.

What shortest possible length could the rest of the cloth have?

How many suits
a) without a vest
b) with vest could make the tailor from the rest of the fabric wear?

Correct result:

x =  18 m
y =  6
z =  5

#### Solution:

We would be pleased if you find an error in the word problem, spelling mistakes, or inaccuracies and send it to us. Thank you!

Tips to related online calculators
Do you want to calculate least common multiple two or more numbers?
Do you want to convert length units?
Do you want to perform natural numbers division - find the quotient and remainder?

## Next similar math problems:

• LCM
What is the least common multiple of 5, 50, 14?
• Tailor master
There are less than 50m of textile in the tailoring workshop. When cutting on a blouse (consumption 1.5m), no textile is left. When using a cloth (consumption of 3.2m), no textile is left. How many meters of textile are in a tailor's workshop?
• School
Headteacher think whether the distribution of pupils in race in groups of 4,5,6,9 or 10. How many pupils must have at least school at possible options?
• What is 13
What is the number in between 50 and 55 that is divisible by 2,3,6,9?
• Glass panel
A rectangular glass panel with dimensions of 72 cm and 96 cm will cut the glazier on the largest square possible. What is the length of the side of each square? How many squares does the glazier cut?
• Lcm 2
Create the smallest possible number that is divisible by numbers 5,8,9,4,3
• Lcm of three numbers
What is the Lcm of 120 15 and 5
• Game room
Winner can took win in three types of jettons with value 3, 30 and 100 dollars. What is minimal value of win payable in this values of jettons?
• Plums
In the bowl are plums. How many would be there if we can divide it equally among 8, 10 and 11 children?
• School books
At the beginning of the school year, the teacher distributed 480 workbooks and 220 textbooks. How many pupils could have the most in the classroom?
• Balls groups
Karel pulled the balls out of his pocket and divide it into the groups. He could divide them in four, six or seven, and no ball ever left. How little could be a ball?
• Lcm simple
Find least common multiple of this two numbers: 140 175.
• Three Titanics
Three steamers sailed from the same port on the same day. The first came back on the third day, fourth 4th day and the third returned sixth day. How many days after leaving the steamers met again in the harbor?
• Flowerbeds
What is the smallest length of flowerbeds we have to prepare to plant seedlings at grid 20,30,25,40 cm?
• Three friends
Three friends had balls in ratio 2: 7: 4 at the start of the game. Could they have the same number of balls at the end of the game? Write 0, if not, or write the minimum number of balls they had together.
• Counting number
What is the smallest counting number divisible by 2,5,7,8 and 15?
• Trams
Tram no. 3,7,10,11 rode together from the depot at 5am. Tram No. 3 returns after 2 hours, tram No. 7 an hour and half, no. 10 in 45 minutes and no. 11 in 30 minutes. For how many minutes and when these trams meet again?