Algebra - problems - page 40

  1. Athletes
    spartakiada_2 Athletes standing in rows of eight. Ivan estimated that athletes are more than 120. Peter claimed that there are fewer than 130. Both are right. How many are athletes?
  2. Circle and hexagon
    circles_fun Calculate the radius of a circle whose circumference is 8.4 cm longer than the circumference of the inscribed regular hexagon.
  3. Tram stop
    tram_historic At the tram stop met tram No. 4 and no. 5 at 10 AM. Tram no. 4 runs every 5 minutes, tram No. 5 at an interval of 7 minutes. How many times will meet until 12 o'clock?
  4. Null points
    absolute value Calculate the roots of the equation: ?
  5. Third dimension
    star_1 Calculate the third dimension of the cuboid: a) V = 224 m3, a = 7 m, b = 4 m b) V = 216 dm3, a = 9 dm, c = 4 dm
  6. Purchase
    supermarket Three buyers pay € 468. The first paid 3-times more than second, third half over second. How many euros paid each of them?
  7. MO-Z5-3-66 tiles
    stvorce The picture shows a square tiles with side 10 dm which is composed of four identical small rectangles and squares. Circumference of small square is five times smaller than the circumference of the entire tile. Determine the dimensions of the rectangle.
  8. Mother and daughter 2
    mother_baby The mother is 40 years older than her daughter. How old is the mother if her age is eight thirds age of daughter?
  9. The ship
    ship_1 The ship went upstream speed of 20 km/h in relation to water. River flows at speed 10 km/h. After half an hour, he stopped and returned downstream to the starting point. How long it took way back when even if downstream speed of ship is 20 km/h in relation
  10. Buses
    buses_london At the bus stop is at 10 o'clock met buses No. 2 and No. 9. Bus number 2 runs at an interval of 4 minutes and the bus number 9 at intervals of 9 minutes. How many times the bus meet to 18:00 local time?
  11. Tissues
    harmasan The store got three kinds of tissues - 132 children, 156 women and 204 men. Tissues each species were packed into boxes after the number of pieces the same for all three types (and greatest). Determine the number, if you know that every box has more than 6
  12. Crates 2
    bedny In 6 crates is 45 kg of apples In  5 crates is equally In 1 in crate is 3 kg more How many kilograms in each crate?
  13. Football season
    futball Throughout the football season gave Adam the 23 goals more than Brano and 16 goals less than Karol. Edo gave the 6 goals more Dušan. Karol gave 5 more than Edo. Brano and Edo gave together 17 goals. How many goals gave each boy and how many goals gave the.
  14. Stamps and albums
    stamp Michail has in three albums stored 170 stamps. In the first album, there are 14 more than in the second and in the second is by 1/5 less than in the third. How many stamps are in the first album?
  15. Computer
    pc The computer was purchased 10000,-. Each year, the price of a computer depreciates always the same percentage of the previous year. After four years, the value of the computer is reduced to 1300,- How many percent was depreciated price of the computer each
  16. Boots
    vysoke-cizmy Master shoemaker has three apprentices. First do one pair of boots for two days, second for 1 day, third on 1.5 day. If they worked together, for how long it would take made a couple of boots?
  17. Shepherd
    sheep_1 The shepherd has fewer than 500 sheep; where they can be up to 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 row is always 1 remain, and as can be increased up to 7 rows of the sheep, and it is not increased no ovine. How many sheep has a shepherd?
  18. Bob and Bobek
    bob_a_bobek At 10h 20min runs Bobek from hat at average speed 12 km/h. At what time must run out Bob at speed 18 km/h to catch him 9 kilometers from the hat?
  19. Siblings
    tri-sourozenci Three siblings had saved up a total of 1,274 CZK. Peter had saved up to 15% more than Jirka and Hanka 10% less than Peter. How much money they saved each one of them?
  20. Box of chocolates
    zele-bonbony In a box of chocolates was 16 candies. Christopher and Luke they were distributed: a) Christopher had about 4 candies over Luke, b) Christopher had about 6 candies less than Luke, c) Christopher had 3 times more sweet than Luke. How many had each boy can

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