Basic functions - math word problems

  1. Roses
    zahon-s-ruzemi On the large rosary was a third white, half red, yellow quarter and six pink. How many roses was in the rosary?
  2. Sum and rounding
    numbers_14 I know two numbers whose sum is 20. When they each round and then added together I get the 30. What are this numbers?
  3. Three piles
    sugar 100 kg of sugar we divide into three piles. The first pile is small. If we added to second 2 kg of sugar it would have 25% more sugar than the first pile. If we added to third pile 3 kg of sugar it would have 20% more sugar than the 2nd pile. How many ki
  4. Is right triangle
    rt.JPG One angle of the triangle is 36° and the remaining two are in the ratio 3:5. Determine whether triangle is a rectangular triangle.
  5. Drying apples
    apples_3 By drying, apples lose 85% of their weight. How many kgs of dried apples do we get from 820 kilograms of fresh?
  6. Tablecloth
    krajka The table top is 90 cm long and 50 cm wide. How many cm lace edging is necessary for the tablecloth that hangs on each side by 10 cm?
  7. Percentage and rectangle
    obdelnik2 About what percentage increases perimeter and area of a rectangle if both the sides 12 cm and 10 cm long we increase by 20%?
  8. Percent
    percentage_2 Calculate how many % is the number 26.25 less than the number 105.
  9. Numbers at ratio
    number-2_2 The two numbers are in a ratio 3:2. If we each increase by 5 would be at a ratio of 4:3. What is the sum of original numbers?
  10. Hexagon = 8 parts
    stef.6.11.99 Divide the regular hexagon into eight equal parts.
  11. Ages
    age2_1 John, Teresa, Daniel and Paul have summary 56 years. Their ages are in a ratio of 1:2:5:6. Determine how many years have each of them.
  12. Moneys in triple ratio
    peniazky_4 Milan, John and Lili have a total 344 euros. Their amounts are in the ratio 1:2:5. Determine how much each of them has?
  13. Square - increased perimeter
    rectangles_4 How many times is increased perimeter of the square, where its sides increases by 150%? If the perimeter of square will increase twice, how much% increases the content area of the square?
  14. Volume of three cuboids
    image10 Calculate the total volume of all cuboids for which the the size of the edges are in a ratio of 1:2:3, and one of the edges has a size 6 cm.
  15. Foot in bus
    havo It was 102 people on the bus. 28 girls had two dogs. A 11 girls had one dog. At the next stop seceded 5 dogs (even with their owners). They got two boys together with three dogs. The bus drove one driver. How many foot were in bus?
  16. Three drivers
    gas_car Three driversdriving the same direction found that they have same amounth of gasoline. The first is enough to go 6 km, 4 km second and third 3km. Gasoline they divided so all three just drove to the nearest petrol station. How many km away was a petrol st
  17. Triangle KLB
    rovnostranny_trojuholnik It is given equilateral triangle ABC. From point L which is the midpoint of the side BC of the triangle it is drwn perpendicular to the side AB. Intersection of perpendicular and the side AB is point K. How many % of the area of the triangle ABC is area
  18. Desribed circle to rectangle
    rectangle_in_circle_1 Rectangle with sides 6 cm and 4 cm was circumscribed circle. What part of the content of the circle determined by the circumscribed circle occupies a rectangle? Express in perctentages(%).
  19. Rectangle
    obdelnik_1 The length of the rectangle are in the ratio 5:12 and the circumference is 238 cm. Calculate the length of the diagonal and area of rectangle.
  20. Gingerbread house
    pernikova_ch Janka and Marienka calculated that there are 210 gingerbreads on the gingerbread house. Janko ate one-seventh of all gingerbreads, and Marienka ate a third less than Janko. How many gingerbreads remained in the gingerbread house?

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