# Arithmetic - math word problems

1. Paper box Calculate whether 11 dm² of paper is sufficient for gluing a box without a lid with bottom dimensions of 2 dm and 15 cm and 12 cm high. Write result as: 0 = No, 1 = Yes
2. Grandma Grandma bought two 10 pack of eggs. She used 8 eggs on the cake, 2 times less on the omelette and 4 more eggs for breakfast. How many eggs did it stand for?
3. Each chair Each chair costs twice less than two tables. One table costs 720 Czech crowns. How many crowns are the table and 4 chairs?
4. The third The one-third rod is blue, one-half of the rod is red, the rest of the rod is white and measures 8 cm. How long is the whole rod?
5. Powers 3 2 to the power of n divided by 4 to the power of -3 equal 4. What is the vaule of n?
6. Sauna and pool There are 49 people in the swimming pool. There are seven times fewer people in the sauna. How many people are in the sauna? How many people are entirely in the pool and the sauna?
7. Baking There are 28 bunches, and son ate 1/2, dad ate four bunches. How many of them remain on the baking dishes?
8. Microorganisms The first generation of micro-organisms has a population of 13500 members. Each next generation is 11/10 times the previous one. Find out how many generations will reach at least three times members of the first generation.
9. Watching TV One evening 2/3 students watch TV. Of those students, 3/8 watched a reality show. Of the students that watched the show, 1/4 of them recorded it. What fraction of the students watched and recorded reality tv.
10. Cake 7 1/3 of a cake shared with 4 people. What share of the whole cake has each people?
11. Two numbers 7 The sum of two consecutive even numbers is 30. Find the numbers.
12. Boys and girls There are eight boys and nine girls in the class. There were six children on the trip from this class. What is the probability that left a) only boys b) just two boys
13. The quotient The quotient of g and 55 is the same as 279. What is g?
14. On the trip On the trip were more than 55 children, but less than 65 children. Groups of 7 could be formed, but groups of 8 no. How many children were on a trip?
15. AP RT triangle The length of the sides of a right triangle form an arithmetic progression, longer leg is 24 cm long. What are the perimeter and area?
16. Car crash On the road, with a maximum permitted speed of 60 km/h, there was a car crash. From the length of the vehicle's braking distance, which was 40 m, the police investigated whether the driver did not exceed that speed. What is the conclusion of the police, a
17. MO Z8–I–6 2018 In the KLMN trapeze, KL has a 40 cm base and an MN of 16 cm. Point P lies on the KL line so that the NP segment divides the trapezoid into two parts with the same area. Find the length of the KP line.
18. Two thirds Find two-thirds of the number equal to two-thirds of 99
19. Double 5 Peter was thinking of a number. Peter doubles it and gets an answer of 8.6. What was the original number?
20. Find the 6 Find the total cost of 10 computers at \$ 2100 each and 7 boxes of diskettes at \$12 each

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