Basic functions - math word problems

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  • Quarter of an hour
    clocks2_1 If the clock showed a quarter of an hour more, it would be 10 minutes to 10 hours. How many hours do they show?
  • Seasonal sale
    bicycle_gears The bike became cheaper on the seasonal sale by 22%, which is 88 euros. At what price is it sold now?
  • Clothes
    sveter CZK 2,400 cost clothes, a sweater by 150% than a T-shirt, trousers 2x more than a sweater, a jacket as a sweater and trousers together. What did the individual clothes cost?
  • 120 nuts
    oriesky Divide 120 nuts in a ratio of 4: 6.
  • Three groups
    workers_2 In the company, employees are divided into three groups. In the first group, which includes 12% of the company's total number of employees, the average salary is CZK 40,000, in the second group CZK 35,000, in the third group CZK 25,000. The average salary
  • Two shops
    ski_1 In two different shops, the same skis had the same price. In the first, however, they first became more expensive by 20% and then cheaper by 5%. In the second, they were first cheaper by 5% and then more expensive by 30%, so after these adjustments in the
  • Tulips
    tulipany Of the 120 tulips in the garden, 45 are red, 66 are yellow, the rest are brindle. What percentage of tulips in the garden are brindle?
  • Dance ensembles
    dancers 4 dance ensembles were dancing at the festival. None had less than 10 and more than 20 members. All dancers from some of the two ensembles were represented in each dance. First, 31 participants were on the stage, then 32, 34, 35, 37, and 38. How many danc
  • Venn diagram
    venn_intersect University students chose a foreign language for the 1st year. Of the 120 enrolled students, 75 chose English, 65 German, and 40 both English and German. Using the Venn diagram, determine: - how many of the enrolled students chose English only - how many
  • Language courses
    venn_intersect Of the company's 60 employees, 28 attend an English course, 17 take a German course, and 20 do not attend any of these courses. How many employees attend both courses?
  • Proportional relationship
    ratios2 The ordered pairs (6,24) and (1, s) represent a proportional relationship. Find the value of s.
  • Pagans
    rohliky Jano and Michael ate pagans. Jano ate three more than Michael. The product of their counts (numbers) is 180. How many pagans did each of them eat?
  • One dice
    dice Calculate the probability of a roll of one dice with the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 on the walls. Write the results in a notebook in the shape of a fraction in the basic form: 2/3. a, The number 1 falls on the cube. b, The number 5 falls on the cube. c, An
  • The wooden
    cubes3 The wooden block measures 12 cm, 24 cm, and 30 cm. Peter wants to cut it into several identical cubes. At least how many cubes can he get?
  • Into box
    cubes3_1 How many cubes with an edge of 2.5 cm fit into a box measuring 11.6 cm; 8.9 cm and 13.75 cm?
  • Number 4
    numbers_3 Kamila wrote all natural numbers from 1 to 400 inclusive. How many times did she write the number 4?
  • Sphere cut
    odsek_gule A sphere segment is cut off from a sphere k with radius r = 1. The volume of the sphere inscribed in this segment is equal to 1/6 of the volume of the segment. What is the distance of the cutting plane from the center of the sphere?
  • Two-element combinations
    combinatorics Write all two-element combinations from elements a, b, c, d.
  • Borrowing bicycle
    cukriky Jakub lent a bicycle to friends who wanted to ride it. For a three-hour bike ride, Jakub received 2 chocolates. Yup. If you wanted a bike for 2 hours, you had to give Jakub 12 candies. Peter gave Jakub 1 chocolate and 3 candies. How long can Peter ride Ja
  • Ascend vs. descent
    lines Which function is growing? a) y = 2-x b) y = 20 c) y = (x + 2). (-5) d) y = x-2

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