Adding - math word problems
- Temperature variations
Today's temperature was 80 degrees, and then the temperature dropped 10 degrees. Then it dropped 15 degrees again, then the next day, the temperature went up 2 degrees. What would the temperature be?
Jaxon’s start up business makes a profit of $450 during the first month. However, the company records a profit of -$60 per month for the next four months and a profit of $125 for the final month. What is the total profit for the first six months of Jaxon’
- Evaluate - order of ops
Evaluate the expression: 32+2[5×(24-6)]-48÷24 Pay attention to the order of operation including integers
- Adding mixed 3
Why does 1 3/4 + 2 9/10 equal 4.65? How do you solve this?
- Football field
The soccer field may have a width of 45 meters. This is 45 meters less than the length of the course. What can be the length of the football field?
- Fruit candies
Zuzka and Janka ate fruit candies. Zuzka ate 10 and Janka ate 3 times more. How many sweets did both girls eat together?
- 45th birthday
This year Mrs. Clever celebrated her 45th birthday. Her three children are now 7.11 and 15 years old. In how many years will Mrs. Clever's age be equal to the sum of her children's years?
- Ten pupils
10 pupils came to the art group .8 pupils painted with watercolors and 9 pupils painted with ink, each pupil painted with ink or watercolors. How many pupils painted water and ink at the same time?
- Spending money
Boris spent 324 €. Robo spent 130 € more. How much did they spend together?
- The sum
The sum of the first 10 members of the arithmetic sequence is 120. What will be the sum if the difference is reduced by 2?
Let k represent an unknown number, express the following expressions: 1. The sum of the number n and two 2. The quotient of the number n and nine 3. Twice the number n 4. The difference between nine and the number n 5. Nine less than the number n
- Expressions with variable
This is algebra. Let n represent an unknown number and write the following expressions: 1. 4 times the sum of 7 and the number x 2. 4 times 7 plus the number x 3. 7 less than the product of 4 and the number x 4. 7 times the quantity 4 more than the nu
- Algebra problem
This is algebra. Let n represent an unknown number. 1. Eight more than the number n 2. Three times the number n 3. The product of the number n and eight 4. Three less than the number n 5. Three decreased by the number n
- The tickets
The tickets to the show cost some integer number greater than 1. Also, the sum of the price of the children's and adult tickets, as well as their product, was the power of the prime number. Find all possible ticket prices.
Tibor has four times more stamps than Miro and seven times more stamps than Stano. How many stamps have all three if Tibor has 504 stamps?
- Students at cinema
All pupils from the school went to the cinema for a film performance. The cinema has 400 seats, 2 rows of 20 seats remain unoccupied. 10 places were occupied by teachers. How many students were there?
- Fruits 2
An apple costs 7p and a melon costs seven times more. How much will 6 apples and 2 melons cost
- Brother and sister
When I was 8, my sister was 4, now I am 18, how old is my sister?
- Stock market 2
For the week of July 22, the following day to day changes in the stock market was recorded a certain stock: -2 on Monday; +4 Tuesday; -8 Wednesday; + 2 1/2 Thursday; - 3 1/4 Friday. The stock began the week at 78 points. How many points did it finish with.
- Pine's forest
There were so many pines in the forest that if they were sequentially numbered 1, 2, 3,. .. , would use three times more digits than the pine trees alone. How many pine trees were there in the forest?