Basic functions - math word problems

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  • Covid-19
    flu Data showed that 22% of people in a small town was infected with the COVID-19 virus. A random sample of six residents from this town was selected. Find the probability that exactly two of these residents was infected.
  • Six-eights
    skola Six-eights of the one hundred pupils joined the Math Glee club. If the Math Glee club members were grouped into three, how many members were in each group?
  • Ground level
    teplomer The temperature at ground level in Helsinki is 20°C lower than in London. The temperature in a basement flat in Helsinki is 5°C below the temperature at ground level. If it is -29°c in the basement, what is the temperature in London?
  • Cuboid - ratio
    cuboid_3colors Find the volume of a block whose dimensions are in the ratio 2: 3: 4 and the surface is 117 dm2.
  • Bank account CZ
    mince We will deposit CZK 6,600 into the bank for 1 year with an interest rate of 2.5%. The interest tax is 15%. How many crowns will we receive after one year?
  • Base of percentages
    vaha2 7% of the base is 35 kg. What is 39% of that base?
  • Ratio in trapezium
    lichobeznik The height v and the base a, c in the trapezoid ABCD are in the ratio 1: 6: 3, its content S = 324 square cm. Peak angle B = 35 degrees. Determine the perimeter of the trapezoid
  • Ratio of triangles areas
    height-equilateral In an equilateral triangle ABC, the point T is its centre of gravity, the point R is the image of the point T in axial symmetry, along the line AB, and the point N is the image of the point T in axial symmetry along the line BC. Find the ratio of the area
  • Coloured numbers
    olympics Mussel wrote four different natural numbers with coloured markers: red, blue, green and yellow. When the red number divides by blue, it gets the green number as an incomplete proportion, and yellow represents the remainder after this division. When it div
  • Two ports
    ship Between the ports of Mumraj and Zmatek, two ships commute along the same route. They spend negligible time in ports, turn around immediately, and continue sailing. At the same time, a blue ship departs from the port of Mumraj, and a green ship departs fro
  • Annual interest
    bank2 A loan of 10 000 euro is to be repaid in annual payments over 10 years. Assuming a fixed 10% annual interest rate compounded annually, calculate: (a) the amount of each annual repayment (b) the total interest paid.
  • Cups on the shelf
    hrnceky 2 green, 3 red and 2 yellow cups should be placed side by side on the shelf. a) How many different ways of setting up can arise? b) How many different ways of arranging can arise if cups of the same color stand side by side?
  • Lions
    lion If 8 lions is 40% how many would 75% be?
  • Participants
    family Of the 48 participants, six women are fewer than men and 24 children less than all adults. Calculate what percentage of all participants on tour are children.
  • Wholesale vs retail
    books For books, retail adds 10% of the wholesale price of the goods. If the book costs 4.80 euros in wholesale, how much will it cost in retail?
  • How many 9
    sphere2 How many percent volume remain of a sphere if diameter decrease 3×?
  • Headphones
    headphones Charlie is saving money to buy a pair of headphones for $225. He has $37 so far, and he can save $15 per week. In how many weeks will he have enough money to buy the headphones?
  • Giraffes to monkeys
    zoo The ratio of the number of giraffes to the number of monkeys in a zoo is 2 to 5. Which statement about the giraffes and monkeys could be true? A. For every 10 monkeys in the zoo, there are 4 giraffes. B. For every  giraffe in the zoo, there are 3 monkeys.
  • The ratio
    skola The ratio of girls to boys in Mrs. White's class is 3:2.  If there are 12 boys, how many girls are in the class room?
  • Earning 2
    penize Rahul earns 5000 Rs, he saves 500 Rs . What's percentage of his earnings does he save? *

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