Basic functions - math word problems

  1. Tank of fuel
    fuel A 14.5-gallon tank of fuel is 3/4 full. How many more gallons will it take to fill up the tank?
  2. Prices
    pokladna The price of the product was increased by 35%. How many percents of the new price we have to make it cheaper so that its price is equal to the original price?
  3. Set of coordinates
    axes2 Consider the following ordered pairs that represent a relation. {(–4, –7), (0, 6), (5, –3), (5, 2)} What can be concluded of the domain and range for this relation?
  4. Pine's forest
    borovica There were so many pines in the forest that if they were sequentially numbered 1, 2, 3,. .. , would use three times more digits than the pine trees alone. How many pine trees were there in the forest?
  5. Red and white
    tulipany Simona picked 63 tulips in the garden and tied bicolor bouquets for her girlfriends. The tulips were only red and white. She put as many tulips in each bouquet, three of which were always red. How much could Simon tear off white tulips? Write all the optio
  6. The tickets
    oriesky The tickets to the show cost some integer number greater than 1. Also, the sum of the price of the children's and adult tickets, as well as their product, was the power of the prime number. Find all possible ticket prices.
  7. Almonds
    almonds Rudi has 4 cups of almonds. His trail mix recipe calls for 2/3 cup of almonds. How many batches of trail mix can he make?
  8. Depth angles
    hrad At the top of the mountain stands a castle, which has a tower 30 meters high. We see the crossroad in the valley from the top of the tower and heel at depth angles of 32° 50 'and 30° 10'. How high is the top of the mountain above the crossroad
  9. Fraction + eq
    eq1 Solve following simple equation with fractions: -5/6(8+5b) = 75 + 5/3b
  10. Athletic club
    skola_1 All athletic club boys lined up by size. In front of Peter was one-eighth of the total. Right behind Peter stood his brother Radek and behind Radek another five-sixths of the total number of boys. Mark the unknown total number of athletic club boys x. .
  11. Two math problems
    coins 1) The sum of twice a number and -6 is nine more than the opposite of that number. Find the number. 2) A collection of 27 coins, all nickels, and dimes, is worth $2.10. How many of each coin are there? The dime, in United States usage, is a ten-cent coin
  12. Equation with mixed fractions
    fractions 2 3/5 of 1430+? = 1900. How to do this problem
  13. An investment
    exp_growth2 How long will it take for an investment to double at a simple interest rate of 5.10% p. A. ? Express the answer in years and months, rounded up to the next month.
  14. Expressions
    plusminus Let k represent an unknown number, express the following expressions: 1. The sum of the number n and two 2. The quotient of the number n and nine 3. Twice the number n 4. The difference between nine and the number n 5. Nine less than the number n
  15. Expressions with variable
    plusminus This is algebra. Let n represent an unknown number and write the following expressions: 1. 4 times the sum of 7 and the number x 2. 4 times 7 plus the number x 3. 7 less than the product of 4 and the number x 4. 7 times the quantity 4 more than the nu
  16. Algebra problem
    plusminus This is algebra. Let n represent an unknown number. 1. Eight more than the number n 2. Three times the number n 3. The product of the number n and eight 4. Three less than the number n 5. Three decreased by the number n
  17. Two pen
    pens Two pen and one notebook costs $56. One pen costs 1/5 of one notebook. How much is the one notebook?
  18. Turtles 2
    turtles A box turtle hibernates in the sand at 11 5/8. A spotted turtle hibernates at 11 16/25 feet. Which turtle is deeper?
  19. Right circular cone
    cut-cone The volume of a right circular cone is 5 liters. Calculate the volume of the two parts into which the cone is divided by a plane parallel to the base, one-third of the way down from the vertex to the base.
  20. Athletic race
    olympics Before a race, you start 4 5/8 feet behind your friend. At the halfway point, you are 3 2/3 feet ahead of your friend. What is the change in distance between you and your friend from the beginning of the race?

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