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• Infants water
From the tank, which has 10 hectoliters of water for infants, went 580 liters at mornening and 340 liters in the afternoon. How many liters left in the tank?
• Rounding
The following numbers round to the thousandth:
• School books
At the beginning of the school year, the teacher distributed 480 workbooks and 220 textbooks. How many pupils could have the most in the classroom?
• Wire cut
A wire of length 7 m was cut into equal lengths using 4 cuts. How long is each piece?
• Gardens
The garden has the square shape with circumference 124 m. Divide it into two rectangular gardens, one should circumference 10 meters more than the second. What size will have a gardens?
• The store
The store received the same number of cans of peas and corn. The first day sold 10 cans of peas and 166 cans ofcorn so that left 5 times more peas than corn cans. How many cans of each kind were in the store?
• Time
16.2 days ..... how many hours is it?
• Basements
In the first basement is more flies than the spiders, the second vice versa. Each basement had spiders and flies together 100 feet. Determine how many could be flies and spiders in the first and second basement. PS. We only need, when you write how many
• Draw it!
Draw two lines c, d that c || d. On line c mark the points A, B. By point A lead perpendicular line to c. By point B lead perpendicular line to c.
• Cuprum
From 1600 mm long sheet of copper plate 2 mm thickness we have separated over the whole length the belt weighing 6000 g. Calculate belt width if 1 dm3 copper weighs 8.9 kg.
• Car consumption
The car has consumption 4 l/100 km. How much money will it cost ride 4 km in long if diesel price is 1.53 USD/l?
• Family
Martin has just as brothers as sisters. His sister Jana but has 2 times more brothers than sisters. a) How many children are in this family? b) How many boys and how many girls are in the family?
• Cakes
On the bowl were a few cakes. Jane ate one-third of them, Dana ate a quarter of those cakes that remained. a) What part (of the original number of cakes) Dana ate? b) At least how many cakes could be (initially) on thebowl?
• Athletes
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?
• 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?
• Parachutists
Parachutists during freefall firstly held in groups of 4, then of 6, then 9, 12 and finally of 18 members. How many parachutists jump at least should be, if at each group must all be involved.
• Ratio of perimeters
Rectangle ABCD has dimensions 3 cm and 4 cm, KLMN rectangle has dimensions 4 cm and 12 cm. Calculate the ratio of the perimeter ABCD and perimeter KLMN.
• Car
Car is going 95 km per hour. How long distance goes in 1 minute?
• Wood
Wood cube with edge 11 cm weights 0.753 kg. What weight have 10, 100 and 1000 these cubes?
• Wood
Peter chops wood. If they cut down a half hours a day he ended work in 9 days. But Peter needs to end work 3 days earlier. How many minutes a day should cut down?

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