# Algebra - math word problems

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- Chambers

The decision-making committee consists of three people. In order for the commission's decision to be valid, at least two members must vote in the same way. It is not possible not to vote in the commission, everyone only votes yes or no. We assume that the - Rates

When gas consumption, the consumer may choose one of two rates: rate A - which pays 0.4 € per 1 m^{3}of gas a flat monthly fee of 3.9 € (regardless of consumption) rate B - which pays 0.359 € per 1 m^{3}of gas a flat monthly fee of 12.5 € From what monthly - Angled cyclist turn

The cyclist passes through a curve with a radius of 20 m at 25 km/h. How much angle does it have to bend from the vertical inward to the turn? - Intelligence test

Paľo, Jano, Karol, and Rišo were doing an intelligence test. Palo correctly answered half of the questions plus 7 questions, Jano to a third plus 18 questions, Karol to a quarter plus 21 questions and Risho to a fifth plus 25 questions. After the test, Ka - BMI index

Calculate BMI (body mass index, an index indicating obesity, overweight, normal weight, underweight) man weighing m = 71 kg and height h = 170 cm. The index is calculated according to equation (formula): ? With BMI index is possible to compare people of d - Lottery - eurocents

Tereza bets in the lottery and finally wins. She went to the booth to have the prize paid out. An elderly gentleman standing next to him wants to buy a newspaper, but he is missing five cents. Tereza is in a generous mood after the win, so she gives the m - ICE train

German runways test a new ICE train between Munich and Berlin. The train runs to Berlin at a slow speed of 100 km/h. Back from Berlin goes faster. How quickly did the train have to go on a return trip so that the total average train speed for both journey - Password

The voltage station is every day changing the master password, which consists of three letters. Code generation process does not change and is based on the following procedure: The following letters (A) to (I) correspond to different numbers from 1 to 9. - Diophantus

We know little about this Greek mathematician from Alexandria, except that he lived around 3rd century A. D. Thanks to an admirer of his, who described his life through an algebraic riddle, we know at least something about his life. Diophantus's youth las - Endless lego set

The endless lego set contains only 6, 9, 20 kilograms blocks that can no longer be polished or broken. The workers took them to the gym and immediately started building different buildings. And of course, they wrote down how much the building weighed. The - Three friends

Cuba, Matthew and their friend Adam found a brigade during their weekend weekends because they wanted to make a joint trip to the Alps that they planned for the spring break. Cuba enjoyed the skiing trip very much, so he was not lazy to get up and went to - Self-counting machine

The self-counting machine works exactly like a calculator. The innkeeper wanted to add several three-digit natural numbers on his own. On the first attempt, he got the result in 2224. To check, he added these numbers again and he got 2198. Therefore, he a - Three roads

The three boys moved from start to finish on three different routes A, B, C, always at the same time. Adam drove road A 1500 m long on a scooter. Blake walked route B 600 m long on foot. Cyril got on a scooter on route C after a 90 m walk, then he left th - Equilateral cone

We pour so much water into a container that has the shape of an equilateral cone, the base of which has a radius r = 6 cm, that one-third of the volume of the cone is filled. How high will the water reach if we turn the cone upside down? - Top of the tower

The top of the tower has the shape of a regular hexagonal pyramid. The base edge has a length of 1.2 m, the pyramid height is 1.6 m. How many square meters of sheet metal is needed to cover the top of the tower if 15% extra sheet metal is needed for joint - Candies

The price for 1 kg of more expensive candies is 125 CZK. The price for 1 kg of cheaper candy is 100 CZK. We mix two different mixtures of candy. A) The first mixture contains 2 kg more expensive and 0.5 kg cheaper candy. Calculate the price for 1 kg of th - Crystal water

The chemist wanted to check the content of water of crystallization of chromic potassium alum K_{2}SO_{4}* Cr_{2}(SO_{4}) 3 * 24 H_{2}O, which was a long time in the laboratory. From 96.8 g of K_{2}SO_{4}* Cr_{2}(SO_{4}) 3 * 24 H_{2}O prepared 979 cm^{3}solution of base. - Boats

Three-quarters of boats are white, 1/7 are blue and 9 are red. How many boats do we have? - Two cars on ring

There were two cars on the round track (ring) in the adjacent tracks, the first car in the inner track, the second in the outer track. Both cars started at the same time from one starting track. The first toy car drove every four laps simultaneously as th - Odd/even number

Pick any number. If that number is even, divide it by 2. If it's odd, multiply it by 3 and add 1. Now repeat the process with your new number. If you keep going, you'll eventually end up at 1. Every time. Prove. ..

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