1. Coins
Harvey had saved up a number of 2-euro coins. He stored coins in a single layer in a square. Left 6 coins. When he make square, which has one more row, missing 35 coins. How many euros he have?
2. Clock
What time is now, if the time elapsed after noon is 2/10 of time that elapses before midnight?
3. Cherries
Cherries in the bowl can be divided equally among 19 or 13 or 28 children. How many is the minimum cherries in the bowl?
4. Three cats
If three cats eat three mice in three minutes, after which time 260 cats eat 260 mice?
5. Theater
The theater has in each row with 19 seats. Ticket to the first 10 rows is for 30 USD. In next rows is for 15 USD. The theater was completely sold out. Revenue was 12255 USD. How many rows are in the theater?
6. Brick weight
The brick weighs 2 kg and a half bricks. How much does one brick weigh?
7. Subtraction
How many times you can subtract the number 4 from the number 64?
8. Carpenter
You want to cut long board into smaller pieces. Carpenter said that one cut of the board into two pieces will cost you 70 cents. But you need to cut the board into 9 parts. How much you pay?
9. Warehouses
To four warehouses is going cement in 25 kg bags. To first one third, to second quarter of the total. The third store got two thirds of the rest, and the last 310 tons came to fourth. How many cement is in all warehouses and how much got every one?
10. Two squares
Two squares whose sides are in the ratio 5:2 have sum of its perimeters 73 cm. Calculate the sum of area this two squares.
11. What is missing (1000)
What number is to add to get 1000?
12. Decimal expansion
Calculate: 2 . 1 + 0 . 10 + 7 . 10000 + 4 . 1000 + 6 . 100 + 0 . 100000 =
13. Summand
One of the summands is 145. The second is 10 more. Determine the sum of the summands.
14. Camp
In a class are 26 children. During the holidays 16 children were in the camps and 14 children on holiday with their parents. Determine the minimum and maximum number of children that may have been in the camp and on holiday with their parents at the sam
15. Rectangle vs square
The rectangle has dimensions of 13 × 10, square 8 × 8. Which shape has more area and how much above?
16. Glasses
Imagine a set of students in your class (number of students: 19), who wears glasses. How much minimum and maximum element may contain this set.
17. Windows
Calculate the area of masonry to build wall with dimensions of 9 m × 4 m with 4 windows of size 64 cm × 64 cm.
18. Parcel service
Parcel from U.S. to Slovakia costs 5.3 €. Parcel from Slovakia to the U.S. costs 49 €. Calculate how many times is Slovak Post more expensive than the U.S. parcel service.
19. Carpet
The room has rectangle shape with dimensions 4 m × 3.8 m. How many meters of carpet a width of 3 need to buy to cover the entire room?
20. Class
When Pythagoras asked how many students attend the school, said: "Half of the students studying mathematics, 1/4 music, seventh silent and there are three girls at school." How many students had Pythagoras at school?

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