# Direct relationship + time - math problems

#### Number of problems found: 78

- Book reading

Susan thought, "If I read 15 pages a day, I will read the whole book in 8 days. “How many pages would she have to read a day if she wanted to finish the book on the 6th day from the start of reading? And how many pages does the book have? - Mr. Ben

Mr. Ben drives bricks to the construction site. If he drove three times a day, he would make bricks in 8 days. How many times a day would he go every day to be done 2 days earlier? - Everyone drinks the same

24 bricklayers drink 72 beverage bottles a day at the construction site. How many bottles would 19 bricklayers need? Everyone drinks the same. - Shoemaker

Both the shoemaker and his apprentice repaired his shoes. The apprentice worked for 6 days and repaired 10 pairs of shoes every day. The shoemaker did the same job in 4 days. How many pairs of shoes did the shoemaker repair per day? - Book reading

Suzan reads a book. If she read half an hour a day, she would read it in nine days. How many minutes does he have to read a day if he wants to read it three days earlier? - Six workers

Six workers earned a total of CZK 12,600 per week on the construction site (5 working days). How much do 7 workers earn in 10 days with the same daily average salary? - Five combers

Five combers harvest 12 rows of strawberries in 4 hours. How many rows of strawberries will two combers harvest in 10 hours? - Cable car

The cable car will carry 1280 passengers in 40 minutes. How many people will be transported in 2.5 hours? - Five tractors

Five tractors plow the fields in 4.8 hours. How long will it take to plow the field when, after an hour and a half of work, two tractor drivers have been called up for another task? - The farmer

The farmer calculated that the supply of fodder for his 20 cows was enough for 60 days. He decided to sell 2 cows and a third of the feed. How long will the feed for the rest of the peasant's herd last? - The orchard

4 temporary workers harvested the orchard in 9 days. How many temporary workers we need for six days? - A lot of hay

Martin's grandfather weighed a lot of hay and calculated that for 15 rabbits it last in 100 days. How many days will this lot be enough for 25 rabbits? - Worker's performance

15 workers paint 180 m fence in 3 days. In how many days will 9 workers paint a 360 m fence? We assume that each worker have the same, constant and unchangeable performance. - Fast tourists

If three tourists pass the route in 5 hours, how long will the same route take six equally fast tourists? - Temporary workers

Three temporary workers work in the warehouse and unload the goods in 9 hours. In what time would five temporary workers unload the same products? - In the bakery

In 2.25 hours, 24 pieces of bread are baked in the bakery. How many breads are baked in the bakery in 6 hours and 45 minutes? - A filter

It is a pool with a volume of 3500 liters. The filter filters at 4m cubic per hour. How many minutes would it filter the entire pool? - Eight masons

Eight masons will plaster a wall with an area of 1440 m^{2}in 9 days. They work 8 hours a day. How much area will plaster 6 masons in 4 hours? - Six students

Two pupils painted the class in four hours. How long will it take for six pupils? - Blueberries

5 children collect 4 liters of blueberries in 1.5 hours. a) How many minutes do 3 children take 2 liters of blueberries? b) How many liters of blueberries will be taken by 8 children in 3 hours?

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