# Basic functions - math word problems

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• Nine balls
Imagine that you have exactly the same appearance nine balls of which one has a greater mass than the other. You have isosceles weights. Post a procedure as you would using a weights to discover heavier balls. How many measurements at least you have to do
• Vinegar
We must dilute 16 liters of 8.8% aqueous vinegar to 4.1% one. How much water is necessary to add?
• The manufacturer
The manufacturer found that 3% of the plates produced had a malfunction. Of the compliant, 75% are first and 25% second. What is the probability of producing first and second class plates?
• Coins
Denis and Zdeno together have 97 coins. If Denis had 4 coins less than he has now, the number of the coins would be in the ratio 14: 17. Determine the number of coins owned by Denis and Zdeno.
• The wooden
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?
• Cheetah vs antelope
When the cheetah began chasing the antelope, the distance between them was 120 meters. Although the antelope was running at 72km/h, the cheetah caught up with it in 12 seconds. What speed was the cheetah running?
• Sputnik
The first Earth satellite was flying at speed 8000 m/s. At that rate he circled the earth in 82 minutes. Jet flies at an average speed 800 km/h. How long would it take circle the earth round?
• Ratio of volumes
If the heights of two cylindrical drums are in the ratio 7:8 and their base radii are in the ratio 4:3. What is the ratio of their volumes?
• Sick days
In Canada, there are typically 261 working days per year. If there is a 4.9% chance that an employee takes a sick day. .. what is the probability an employee will use 17 OR MORE sick days in a year?
• Three numbers
We have three different non-zero digits. We will create all 3 digits numbers from them to use all 3 figures in each number. We add all the created numbers, and we get the sum of 1554. What were the numbers?
• Cakes Z8-I-5
Mom brought 10 cakes of three types: kokosek was less than laskonek and most were caramel cubes. John chose two different kinds of cakes, Stephan did the same and for Margerith leave only the cakes of the same type. How many kokosek, laskonek and caramel
• Efficiency of rail
With subsidies are business easy. Calculate how much must cost rail ticket (x) in today's ticket price € 11 and if the trains was not subsidized, if it is known that without subsidies would cost three times today's ticket prices. Calculate the value of to
• Average mark
Calculate average mark in English, if a student got a couple of 3's, 20% less 2 than 3, and 50% more 1's than the 2's.
• Two diggers
Two diggers should dig a ditch. If each of them worked just one-third of the time that the other digger needs, they'd dig up a 13/18 ditch together. Find the ratio of the performance of this two diggers.
• Hurry - rush
At an average speed 7 km/h I will come from the school to the bus stop for 30 minutes. How fast I need to go if I need to get to the bus stop in 21 minutes?
• A particle
A particle moves in a straight line so that its velocity (m/s) at time t seconds is given by v(t) = 3t2-4t-4, t>0. Initially the particle is 8 meters to the right of a fixed origin. After how many seconds is the particle at the origin?
• Lateral surface area
The ratio of the area of the base of the rotary cone to its lateral surface area is 3: 5. Calculate the surface and volume of the cone, if its height v = 4 cm.
• Cuboid
The sum of the lengths of the three edges of the cuboid that originate from one vertex is 210 cm. Edge length ratio is 7: 5: 3. Calculate the length of the edges.
• Influenza
For the first week of February by influenza 5% of children in kindergarten. The second week ill 9 next children, bringing the number of patients increased to 20%. How many children went to the kindergarten?
• Trapezoid MO
The rectangular trapezoid ABCD with the right angle at point B, |AC| = 12, |CD| = 8, diagonals are perpendicular to each other. Calculate the perimeter and area of ​​the trapezoid.

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