# Algebra - problems - page 73

- Ravens

On two trees sitting 17 ravens. If 3 ravens flew from first to second tree and 5 ravens took off from second tree then the first tree has 2 times more ravens than second tree. How many ravens was originally on every tree? - Spain vs USA

Spain lost to the US by 4 goals. In the match total fell 10 goals. How many goals gave the Spain and how the United States? - Norm

Three workers planted 3555 seedlings of tomatoes in one dey. First worked at the standard norm, the second planted 120 seedlings more and the third 135 seedlings more than the first worker. How many seedlings were standard norm? - The buns

Kate, Zofia and Peter Liked buns. Even today, their grandmother prepare their favorite meal. Katka eats 4 bunches, Žofia 3 and Petra eats 5 buns. Their grandmother said to them, "My inmate will you know how many buns I have been make today, if those you ea - Rectangle 35

Find the area of a rectangle when the diagonal is equal to 30 cms and the width is double the length. - The rectangle

Determine the area of the rectangle where the length and width are in the ratio 5:2 and its length is 7.5 cm longer than its width. Determine also its length and its width. - Apples

Apples I picked 600 kg this year. Autumn's apples was 4 times more than the summer. How many kg's I picked the summer and how much winter apples? - Waste paper

Our school attend 1,300 pupils. Each pupil collected plastic bottles or paper. Plastic bottles have collected 930 pupils and 600 pupils old paper. How many students have collected together plastic bottles and waste paper? - Unknown number x

5% from an unknown number equals the number 2^{6}. What is the unknown number? - Forest nursery

In the forest nursery after winter, they found that 1/10 stems died out of them. For them, they land 193 new spruces. How many spruces are in the forest nursery? - Guess a fraction

Tom was asked to guess a fraction. The sum of 1/2 the numerator and 1/3 of its denominator is 30. If Tom subtracts 36 from its denominator, the fraction becomes 1/3. What is the fraction that Tom was asked to guess? (Leave your answer in simplest form) - One percent

One percent of all the lights in the city are LED, the remaining 99% are conventional. Other types are not there. John counted them honestly but he had counted only conventional. After a good dinner he registered numbers and he have notice that from all t - Walnuts

x walnuts were in the mission. Dano took 1/4 of nuts Michael took 1/8 from the rest and John took 34 nuts. It stayed here 29 nuts. Determine the original number of nuts. - Boys and money

270 USD boys divided so that Peter got three times more than Paul and Ivan has 120 USD more than than Paul. How much each received? - Unknown number 11

That number increased by three equals three times itself? - Way

If the current way to school was 2 km shorter then if Milan swipe one half he will have already one quarter of the way to school behind. How long is Milan's way to school? - Regular n-gon

In a regular n-angle polygon the internal angle is 144 degrees. Find the number n indicating the number of sides of this polygon. - Arithmetic progression

In some AP applies: 5a2 + 7a5 = 90 s3 = 12 Find the first member a =? and difference d = ? - AS - sequence

What are the first ten members of the sequence if a11=22, d=2. - Working together on project

Two employees working on the project. First make it alone for 20 days the second for 24 days. How many days will take to complete project if 5 days they work together then first will take two days holiday and after returning they completes a project toget

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