Division + unit conversion - math problems

Number of problems found: 66

  • Volume per time
    inlet How long does fill take for a pump with a volume flow of 200 l per minute fill a cube-shaped tank up to 75% of its height if the length of the cube edge is 4 m?
  • Coke and coal
    coal 20.1 tons of coke is produced from 30 tons of black coal. How much coke is made from 1 kilogram of coal?
  • Thousand balls
    balls2 We have to create a thousand balls from a sphere with a diameter of 1 m. What will be their radius?
  • How many
    steps2 How many 75 cm long steps will a football player take during training, when he runs on a 50m square track and goes around the course 3 times? We need writing, sketch, calculation. .. .
  • Two sides paint
    painter The door has the shape of a rectangle with dimensions of 260cm and 170cm. How many cans of paint will be needed to paint this door if one can of paint cover 2m2 of the area? We paint the doors on both sides.
  • My father
    plot2 My father cut 78 slats on the fence. The shortest of them was 97 cm long, the longer one was 102 cm long. What was the total length of the slats in cm?
  • Closed circuit
    voltemeter In a closed circuit, there is a voltage source with U1 = 12 V and with an internal resistance R1 = 0.2 Ω. The external resistance is R2 = 19.8 Ω. Determine the electric current and terminal voltage.
  • Paper cut
    squares2 How many 9 cm2 figures can we cut from 36 dm2 paper?
  • Tablecloths
    obrus The restaurant has sixty-two square tablecloths with a side length of 150 cm and 36 rectangular tablecloths with dimensions of 140 cm and 160 cm. A) How many meters of hemming ribbon will be needed if we add 50 cm to each tablecloth? B) The ribbon sale in
  • Apartment area
    meter Anton wanted to measure the area of the apartment. But he bought a meter only 1.5m long. Later he recalled that he had two meters long at 4.5m and 18m at home. How many times are home gauges longer than the meter he bought?
  • Cheops pyramid
    Pyramid-cheops The Pyramid of Cheops is a pyramid with a square base with a side of 233 m and a height of 146.6 m. It made from limestone with a density of 2.7 g/cm3. Calculate the amount of stone in tons. How many trains with 30 twenty tons wagons carry the stone?
  • Video game
    time Nicole is playing a video game where each round lasts 7/12 of an hour. She has scheduled 3 3/4 hours to play the game. How many rounds can Nicole play?
  • Bucket
    vedro How many 5-liter buckets do you have to pour into a 0.2 m3 container to make it full?
  • Winch
    bubon The steel rope has a diameter of 6mm and a length of 20m. We are winding on drum width 60mm, starting diameter 50mm. What is the final diameter after winding?
  • Jill's
    honey Jill's mom stored some of the honey in a container that held 3/4 of a gallon. She used half of this amount to sweeten tea. How much honey, in cups was used in the tea. Express your answers in cups.
  • Diameter of a cylinder
    cylinder_horiz_2 The diameter of the cylinder is 42 cm. How many times does the cylinder turn on a 66m long track?
  • Caleb
    lemonade_1 Caleb is making lemonade for a party. He has 5 gallons of lemonade. He is putting 1/3 cubic inch of lemonade in a cup for each guest. How many guests are going to be at the party?
  • Allan
    fish_1 Allan keeps tropical fish. His aquarium is 4 feet long, 1 foot wide, and 2 feet tall. Each fish needs at least 0.5ft³ of water. What is the maximum number of fish that he can keep in the aquarium? Please show your solution. Please
  • Workers
    Clock0400_9 Three factory operators produced 480 units in 50 minutes. How many hours worked? I'm trying to prove or disapprove the idea that the company tell me that it's 2.5 hours. So what is right? Thank you, Petra
  • Four poplars
    topolcany_1 Four poplars are growing along the way. The distances between them are 35 m, 14 m, and 91 m. At least how many poplars need to be dropped to create the same spacing between the trees? How many meters will it be?

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