# division Fractions Problems

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• A baker A baker has 5 1/4 pies in her shop. She cut the pies in pieces that are each 1/8 of a whole pie. How many pieces of pie does she have?
• Reciprocal Forgiven real numbers, calculate the reciprocal numbers.
• The four The four pirates divided 65 coins to each other. They were sorted by age, the youngest receiving the least number of coins, each half more than the previous one. How many coins did the oldest pirate receive?
• Fraction to decimal infinite Determine which digit is in 1000th place after the decimal point in the decimal expansion of the fraction 9/28.
• Pumps 6 pump fills the tank for 3 and a half days. How long will fill the tank 7 equally powerful pumps?
• An electrician An electrician needs 1 1/3 rolls of electrical wire to wire each room in a house. How many rooms can he wire with 6 2/3 rolls of wire?
• Equation - inverse Solve for x: 7: x = 14: 1000
• Prime divisors Find 2/3 of the ratio of the sum and the product of all prime divisors of the number 120.
• Chicks How many chicks were hatched from 4500 eggs, when an average of 100 eggs hatched 87 chicks?
• Camp In the camp are children. 1/2 went on a trip, 1/4 went to bathe and 38 children remained in the room. How many children are in camp?
• Balls The boys changed stamps, beads and balls. For 9 balls is 3 stamps, 2 balls is 44 stamps. How many beads is for 1 ball?
• The third The one-third rod is blue, one-half of the rod is red, the rest of the rod is white and measures 8 cm. How long is the whole rod?
• Father and daughter Father is 36 years old, daughter is 20 years less. What will be the ratio between them when they are 10 years more?
• Unknown number If I reduced the sum of the numbers 70 and the unknown number three times, I would get 100. what is the unknown number?
• Reminder and quotient There are given the number C = 281, D = 201. Find the highest natural number S so that the C:S, D:S are with the remainder of 1,
• Tennis balls Can of tennis balls contains 3 balls per can and cost \$7 how much will it cost for 36 tennis balls?
• Pediatrician Pediatrician this month of 20 working days takes 8 days holidays. What is the probability that on Monday it will be at work?
• Gear wheels Two gear wheels, which fit together, have the number of teeth z1=58 and z2=149. Calculate the speed of the first wheel, if the second wheel rotates 1232 revolutions per minute.
• Christmas Calculate how much of the school year (202 days long) take Christmas holidays 19 days long. Expressed as a decimal number and as a percentage.
• TV fail The TV has after 10,000 hours average 35 failures. Determine the probability of TV failure after 400 hours of operation.

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