# Basic functions - math word problems

1. Tabitha Tabitha manufactures a product that sells very well. The capacity of her facility is 241,000 units per year. The fixed costs are \$122,000 per year and the variable costs are \$11 per unit. The product currently sells for \$17. a. What total revenue is requ
2. New bridge Thanks to the new bridge, the road between A and B has been cut to one third and is now 10km long. How much did the road between A and B measure before?
3. Bag of peanuts Joe eat 1/3 of a bag of peanuts, mark eat 1/4 of the remaining in the bag of peanuts, Alvin eat 1/2 of the remaining bag of peanuts, peter eat 10 peanuts, there are 71 peanuts left. Hon many peanuts were in the bags?
4. The hiker The hiker will travel 40% of the route on the first day 1and/3 of the rest od second day. Last day 30 km. What was the length of the 3-day trip? How many kilometers did he walk each day?
5. Seat How much m² of fabric do we need to sew a 50cm-shaped cube-shaped seat if 10% of the material we add to the folds?
6. One third If 3/5 is 360, how much is 1/3?
7. Class 9.C Professor collects money in the 9. C for a school trip. 2/3 of the collected amount was from girls and 1/4 from boys. The rest of 410 CZK went from the class fund. How much will the school trip cost in total?
8. Positive integers Several positive integers are written on the paper. Michaella only remembered that each number was half the sum of all the other numbers. How many numbers could be written on paper?
9. Pizza Five friends were together for pizza. Adam divided his pizza into thirds, Boris in quarters, Denis in patina and Luke in sixth. Then Simon also came to them. Each of the five boys gave him one piece, leaving him one whole pizza. In how many equal parts did
10. Three excursions Each pupil of the 9A class attended at least one of the three excursions. There could always be 15 pupils on each excursion. Seven participants of the first excursion also participated in the second, 8 participants of the first excursion, and 5 participant
11. Camel and water 84% of the camel's weight is water. After drinking, its weight increased to 832 kg and water accounted for 85% of its weight. How much did it weigh before drinking?
12. Dice and coin A number cube is rolled and a coin is tossed. The number cube and the coin are fair. What is the probability that the number rolled is greater than 2 and the coin toss is head?
13. Gasoline-oil ratio The manufacturer of a scooter engine recommends a gasoline-oil fuel mixture ratio of 15 to 1. In a particular garage, we can buy pure gasoline and a gasoline-oil mixture, which is 75% gasoline. How much gasoline and how much of the gasoline-oil mix do we
14. Two groups The group of 10 girls should be divided into two groups with at least 4 girls in each group. How many ways can this be done?
15. Divide Divide the number 72 in the ratio 7: 2 and calculate the ratio of the numbers found in this order and write down as decimal.
16. AMSL and skiing Tomas skis from point A (3200m above sea level to place B. Hill has 20% descent. The horizontal distance between the start and finish is 2,5km. At what altitude is point B?
17. Eq-frac Solve the following equation with fractions: h + 1/3 =5/3 There are 15 boys and 12 girls at the graduation party. Determine how many four couples can be selected. Tomatoes in the store contain 99% water. After being transported to the shop, they were slightly dried and contained only 98% of water. How many kgs of tomatoes are in the store if there were 300 kg in stock?` How do I calculate a number x that is 9 greater than its reciprocal (1/x)?