# Arithmetic + reason - practice problems

#### Number of problems found: 218

- School trip

School trip cost 247.2 Eur for one class (24 students). How much would a trip cost for two classes? (both classes together have 53 students) - Identity

123456789 = 100 Use only three plus or minus characters to correct previous identity/equation. - Crocuses

The garden grows daffodils, crocuses, and roses. 1400 daffodils, crocuses are 462 more, and roses are 156 more than crocuses. How many are all the flowers in the garden? - Brackets

Place one pair of brackets in expression 20-16 + 10 - 4 - 2 so that the result will be 0. - Forest ranger

Forest ranger watching from the hide deers. At one time point, he can see six deers. How many maximum deers can be seen by three rangers at the same time? - Cats

Two cats caught two mice in two days. How many mouses will catch 6 cats for 6 days? - Unknown number 16

My number's tens are three times more than the ones My number's ones are twice the number of thousands, and my number's hundreds are half the number of tens. I have two ones. Which number am I? - The largest number

Find the largest integer such that: 1. No figures is not repeat, 2. multiplication of every two digits is odd, 3. addition all digits is odd. - No. 215

From the number 215 we can create a four-digit number that among its numbers manually type any other digit. Thus, we created two four-digit numbers whose difference is 120. What two four-digit numbers that might be? - Chickens and rabbits

In the yard were chickens and rabbits. Together they had 18 heads and 56 legs. How many chickens and how many rabbits were in the yard? - Sick

Sick Marcel already taken six tablets, which was a quarter of the total number of pills in the pack. How many pills were in the pack? - Cake fractions

Thomas ate 1/3 of cake, Bohouš of the rest of the cake ate 2/5. What fraction of cake left over for others? - Letters

ABC + DEF = GHIJ replace letters with numbers so that the sum is correct (different letters = different numbers) - Symbols

If 2*3 = 60 ; 3*4 = 120 and 4*5 = 200, what is 2*5? - Three numbers

The sum of the three numbers is 287. These numbers are in a ratio of 3: 7: 1/4. Find these numbers. - Log

Worker cut his thick log to 6 pieces for 30 min. How long he cut log to 12 pieces? - Eight chairs

There are eight chairs by the table and one more child sitting on each one. There are two times more girls than boys. How many girls and how many boys can there be? - Sum and rounding

I know two numbers whose sum is 20. When they each round and then added together I get the 30. What are this numbers? - Carpenter

You want to cut long board into smaller pieces. Carpenter said that one cut of the board into two pieces will cost you 70 cents. But you need to cut the board into 9 parts. How much you pay? - The lift

The lift can fit four people. How many uphill rides must the lift make to move up 12 passengers?

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