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  1. Blueberries
    boruvky Marie earns 1.8 liters of blueberries for 1.2 hours, Peter 2.6 liters for 1.2 hours. How long have earns together one liter?
  2. Balance
    balance_weight The rod are 1.7 m long hanging weights 2 kg and 12 kg on ends. Where are centre of rod (distance from weight 2 kg) to be in balance?
  3. Numbers
    number_line Find number on thenumber line that has same distance from this numbers:
  4. Controller
    std_dev Output Controller of the company in the control of 50 randomly selected products found that 37 of them had no defect 8 has only one flaw, three had two defects, and two products had three defects. Determine the standard deviation and coefficient of variati
  5. Christmas trees
    vianocny_stromcek Salesman sold Christmas trees: spruce for € 22, pine for € 25 and fir for € 33. At the morning he had the same number of spruce, fir and pine. At the evening he had all the trees entirely sold for € 3,600. How many trees that day salesman sold?
  6. Workers
    two_workers Workers A and B will done work together for 20 days. They worked together 18 days. Then A worker became ill and worker B finish the job alone for 11 days. If every worker was working alone, how many days took whole work for worker A and B?
  7. Speed of Slovakian trains
    zssk_train Rudolf decided to take the train from the station 'Nová Baňa' to 'Gelnica'. In the train timetables found train R 371 Horehronec : km0Břeclav os.n.05:268Lanžhot05:3205:3214Brodské05:3705:3818Kúty05:4205:4344Malacky05:5906:0082Bratislava hl.st.06:2606:37
  8. Three workers
    three_workers Three workers A, B, C have to work on a specific task. Workers A and B completed whole task in 25 days, B together with C for 16 days, A together with C for 10 days. How long it would take to complete the task every one of them alone? How long it would.
  9. Certificate
    ucitel There is 28 students in a class. From mathematics was'nt worse mark than 2. Average mark in mathematics was 1.4643. How many students have mark 1 and how many mark 2?
  10. Average
    gaussian Average of 5 numbers is 135. What is its sum?
  11. Classs mean
    nums Class size is 30 students, math was not worse than sign 2. Determine the number of pupils who were sign 1 if the class had a 1.4 sign average.
  12. Average height
    vyska In a class are 34 students. The average height of students is 165 cm. What will be the average height of students in the classroom when two pupils tall 176 cm and 170 cm moved from this school/class?
  13. Triangle midpoints
    sierpinski-geometry Determine coordinates of triangle ABC vertices if we know tirangle sides midpoints SAB [0;3] SBC [1;6] SAC [4;5], its sides AB, BC, AC.
  14. Centre of mass
    centre_g_triangle The vertices of triangle ABC are from the line p distances 3 cm, 4 cm and 8 cm. Calculate distance from the center of gravity of the triangle to line p.
  15. Cyclist
    1cyclist Cyclist goes uphill 1 km for 6.3 minutes and downhill minutes for 2.1 minutes, both applied to the pedals same force. How long he pass 1 km by plane?
  16. Tanker
    oil-tanker An oil tanker can be emptied by the first pump in 4.4 hours. Second pump can empty an tanker in 7.8 hours. If the first pump started at 8:00 and second 1.4 hour later, at what time will the tanker be empty?
  17. Mailbox
    post Mailbox is opening at regular intervals 3 times a day. The first time is opened at 6:00 and the last at 16:00. Calculate hours when mailbox is opened during day.
  18. Two diggers
    two-diggers There are two diggers. One digger digs a pit 83 hours second gidding 1.4 times faster. a) how long took to dig a pit second digger b) how long took dig together
  19. Normal Distribution
    normal_d At one college, GPA's are normally distributed with a mean of 3.1 and a standard deviation of 0.4. What percentage of students at the college have a GPA between 2.7 and 3.5?
  20. Float boya
    boya A 0.5 meter spherical float is used as a location mark for a fishing boat anchor. It floats in salt water. Find the depth to which the float sinks if the material of which the float is made weighs 8 kilograms per cubic meter and salt water weighs 1027 kg/m

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