# Algebra - problems - page 34

- The city 2

Today lives 167000 citizens in city. How many citizens can we expect in 11 years if their annual increase is 1%? - College

At the college are at 57 rooms 194 students. Some rooms are triple and some quad. How many triple and quadruple rooms there is, if it is all fully occupied? - Rings groups

27 pupils attend some group; dance group attends 14 pupils, 21 pupils sporty group and dramatic group 16 pupils. Dance and sporting attend 9 pupils, dance and drama 6 pupil, sporty and dramatic 11 pupils. How many pupils attend all three groups? - Plums

In the bag was to total 136 plums. Igor took 3 plums and Mary took 4/7 from the rest. How many plums remained in the bag? - Divisibility 2

How many divisors has integer number 13? - Water reservoir

The water reservoir is filled through one inlet 4 hours later than both together, then another inlet 9 hours later than both together. For how long is filled by each separately? - Probabilities

If probabilities of A, B and A ∩ B are P (A) = 0.62 P (B) = 0.78 and P (A ∩ B) = 0.26 calculate the following probability (of union. intersect and opposite and its combinations): - Pumps

First pump flows 16 liters per second into the basin by the second pump 75% of the first and by third pump half more than the second. How long will take fill basin by all three pumps simultaneously volume 15 m^{3}(cubic meters)? - Direct route

From two different places A and B connected by a direct route, Adam (from city A) and Bohus (from city B) started at a constant speed. As Adam continued to go from A to B, Bohus turned around at the time of their meeting and at the same speed he returned t - Harvesters

The first harvester reaps the grain from land for 24 hours, the second harvester for 16 hours. For how many hours will take harvest by two harvesters, but the second harvester started working four hours later than the first? - Dices throws

What is the probability that the two throws of the dice: a) Six falls even once b) Six will fall at least once - Painters

One painter could paint a school for 7 days. The second one for 6 days. It was necessary to paint the school in two days. Next painter was invited and all worked together. How long would this painter painted the school itself? - Coffee

Coffee merchant has coffee robusta and arabica species. 1 kg Robusta worth 450 CZK, Arabica 1 kg is 300 CZK more expensive. Calculate how many kilograms of Robusta and Arabica will need to produce 30 kg of the mixture so that the mixture cost is 490 CZK p - Glass

How many glass are needed to produce glass with base regular 5-gon if one base triangle in the base is 4.2 square cm and the height is 10 cm? - Product V2

The price of product was increased by 12%. Price increased by 273. How much money it would cost this product, if it was on the contrary by 19% discounted. - Great Wall of China

Great Wall of China is long 8880 km. Historically valuable however is only 30% of its length. What amount of insurance pays the Peoples Republic of China a month for this monument, if the insurance company charges $ 10 per year per kilometer of historic s - Equation

Eequation f(x) = 0 has roots x_{1}= 64, x_{2}= 100, x_{3}= 25, x_{4}= 49. How many roots have equation f(x^{2}) = 0 ? - Students

The class has 22 students. 2 of which has assesement of 2. Count of assesement of 1 is three times more than count of students with assesement of 3. How many students has assesement of 1 and how many students has assesement of 1. - Mukls

The working group, in which 6 workers would ordered job completed within 21 working days. How many workers must be accept yet that the contract will be completed in 14 working days? - Flowerbed

On the flowerbed was planted 280 flowers - pansies and crayons. During the first week wilts quarter of pansies and an eighth crayons, which is 20% of all flowers. How many pansies were planted on the flowerbed?

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