# Fractions + natural numbers - math problems

#### Number of problems found: 48

• 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,
• Drawing from a hat
When drawing numbers from a hat from 1 to 35, we select random given numbers. What is the probability that the drawn numbers will be divisible by 8 and 2?
• Ratio
Alena collected 7.8 kg of blueberries, 2.6 kg of blackberries, and 3.9 kg of cranberries. Express the ratio in the smallest natural numbers in this order.
• What is 11
What is the quotient of Three-fifths and 1 Over 10?
• Balls
From the bag with numbered balls (numbers 1,2,3,. ..20) we pick one ball. What is the probability of choosing a number containing 1?
• Diamonds
If simva had 8 diamond and cuts them each into 1/3 pieces, then how many pieces does she have?
• 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?
• Fraction
Fraction ? write as fraction a/b, a, b is integers numerator/denominator.
Divide number 135 into two additions so that one adds 30 more than 2/5 of the other add. Write the bigger one.
• Pupils 7
There are 40 pupils in a certain class. 3/5 of the class are boys. How many are girls?
• The difference 2
The difference between the two numbers is 25. The smaller number is 1/6th of the larger number. What is the value of the smaller number?
• Numbers
Determine the number of all positive integers less than 4183444 if each is divisible by 29, 7, 17. What is its sum?
• Reminder and quotient
There are given numbers A = 135, B = 315. Find the smallest natural number R greater than 1 so that the proportions R:A, R:B are with the remainder 1.
• How many
How many integers are greater than 547/3 and less than 931/4?
• Forty
Forty five of the 80 students were girls. What is the ratio of girls to boys?
• Say we
Say we have 70 voting delegates and we need a 2/3 vote What would that number be? Also same as above but in this virtual world, it converts to percentages. What would the % number of positive votes be?
• Candies
There are 150 candies in the bowl. Ivan took 7 thirtieths, Charles 6 fifteenths, and Thomas 3 tenths. How many sweets are left in the bowl?
• Prime divisors
Find 2/3 of the sum's ratio and the product of all prime divisors of the number 120.
• Fraction to decimal infinite
Determine which digit is at 1000th place after the decimal point in the decimal expansion of the fraction 9/28.
• Homework
In the crate are 18 plums, 27 apricot and 36 nuts. How many pieces of fruit left in the crate when Peter took 8 ninth: 1. nuts 2. apricots 3. fruit 4. drupe

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