# Arithmetic - math word problems

1. Square Number If to a square of integer number add 31, we get the square of next integer number. What is the original number?
2. Nuts How many we must have at least nuts if we can equally divide it to 10 children, 11 children or 19 children and any nut left?
3. Guess number With what number should be divided number 9727 to be reduced by 70%?
4. Mr Novak Mr Novak earns an average 1249 euros. When increasing the salary they gave him a choice: ? What is better choice for Mr Novak?
5. Square Rectangular square has side lengths 183 and 244 meters. How many meters will measure the path that leads straight diagonally from one corner to the other?
6. Cups We have three cups. In the cups we had fluid and boredom we started to shed. 1 We shed one-third of the fluid from the second glass into the first and third. 2 Then we shed one quarter cup of liquid from the first to the second and to the third. 3 Then
7. Inflow - outflow The tank will fill by inflow for 143 minutes and empties by outflow for 150 minutes. How long take to fill tank if it is also opened the inflow and outflow?
8. Product The sum and the product of three integers is 6. Write largest of them.
9. Tetrahedral prism The height of a regular tetrahedral prism is three times greater than the length of the base edge. Calculate the length of the base edge, if you know that the prism volume is 2187 cm3.
10. Three-digit How many three-digit natural numbers is greater than 321 if no digit in number repeated?
11. ZOO In the zoo was elephants as many as ostrichs. Monkeys was 4 times more than elephants. Monkeys were as many as flamingos. Wolves were 5 times less as flamingos. How many of these animals were together? We know that there were four wolves.
12. 6 regular polygon It is given 6 side regular polygon whose side is 5 cm. Calculate its content area. Compare how many more cm2 (square centimeters) has a circle in which is inscribed the 6-gon.
13. Nine balls Imagine that you have exactly the same appearance nine balls of which one has a greater mass than the other. You have isosceles weights. Post a procedure as you would using a weights to discover heavier balls. How many measurements at least you have to do?
14. Roots Calculate the square root of these numbers:
15. Bulbs In the box are 6 bulbs with power 75 W, 14 bulbs with power 40 W and 15 with 60 W. Calculate probability that a randomly selected bulb is:
16. Cars Johnny has 370 cars. Peter twice less. How many cars have Peter?
17. The cylindrical container The container has a cylindrical shape the base diameter 0.8 meters has a content area of the base is equal to the content area of the shell. How many full liters of water can be poured maximally into the container?
18. Decimal expansion Calculate: 2 . 1 + 0 . 10 + 7 . 10000 + 4 . 1000 + 6 . 100 + 0 . 100000 =
19. Product Result of the product of the numbers 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 0 is:
20. Snow balls Adam made 26 snowballs. Boris made less snowballs. How many snowballs Boris could do?

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