Fractions - 5th grade (10y) - math problems
I'm a primary school pupil. I attended the exercises of parents with children 1/4 of my age, 1/3 for drawing, and 1/6 for flute. For the first three years of my life, I had no ring, and I never went to two rings at the same time. How old am I?
- Adding mixed 3
Why does 1 3/4 + 2 9/10 equal 4.65? How do you solve this?
- Wood 11
Father has 12 1/5 meters long wood. Then I cut the wood into two pieces. One part is 7 3/5 meters long. Calculate the length of the other wood?
Cyclist drives 5 km in half an hour, how long will drive in 3 hours?
- Addition of mixed numerals
Add two mixed fractions: 2 4/6 + 1 3/6
- Adding mixed numbers
Add this two mixed numbers: 1 5/6 + 2 2/11=
- Discount sale
After the discount, the computer costs 9600, - CZK. How much did it cost when the price was reduced: a) by half b) by a third c) by one fifth and then by 160 CZK
- 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?
- Cake 7
1/3 of a cake shared with 4 people. What share of the whole cake has each people?
There are 150 pupils in grade 5 . 2/3 of it are female. By what fractions are the males?
Several pieces of bread were in the store. Half of them plus a half of bread bought a cookbook. Of the remaining bread, half of it plus half of the bread was bought by Mr. Novák. The last bread was bought by Ms. Small. How many breads were in the store at.
1/3 poppy cake, 1/3 apple, 15 pieces of cheese. How many are totally cakes?
- Tailor 5
A tailor uses 13/4m of cloth to stitch a skirt. How many metres of cloth is needed to stitch 16 skirts?
Karthik bought 30 icecreams for his birthday .2/5 of them are chocolate icecreams. Find the number of chocolate icecreams he bought?
- Ten fractions
Write ten fractions between 1/3 and 2/3
- 3 children
3 children had to divide 4 pounds is candy. How much candy did each child get?
Shade the area on the grid that shows 5/8 x 2/4
3 pounds subtract 1/3 of a pound.
- Gingerbread house
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?
On the bowl were a few cakes. Jane ate one-third of them, Dana ate a quarter of those cakes that remained. a) What part (of the original number of cakes) Dana ate? b) At least how many cakes could be (initially) on thebowl?
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