Fractions + motion problems - math problems

Number of problems found: 22

  • The tourist
    tourist The tourist walked a quarter of the way on the first day, a third of the rest on the second day, and 20 km on the last day. How many km did he walk in three days?
  • The tourist
    tourist_2 The tourist has walked 3/4 of the route. The destination is 12.5 km away. How many kilometers did the route measure?
  • Gears
    bicycle_gears_2 The front gear on the bike has 32 teeth and the rear, on the wheel, has 12 teeth. How many times does the rear wheel of the bike turns if you turn the right pedal 30 times? What distance will you go if the circumference of the bicycle wheel is 250 cm?
  • Bicycle gear
    bicycle_gears The pedal bicycle wheel has 56 teeth and a rear 20 gear tooth. How many times does the bicycle wheel turn when you make 20 turns of the pedal wheel?
  • Walking
    tourist_5 Lucie can walk about 3 4/5 miles each hour. How far can she walk in 2 hours 45 minutes?
  • Cyclist
    cyklista Cyclist rode two-fifths of the way the first day. The second day drove 5 km less while traveled three-eighths of route. How many kilometers does he have to finish target?
  • Three-day trip
    cyclist The cyclist on three-day trip travel 30% of the total route on the first day, 3/5 of the rest on the second day and 35 km on the third day. How many kilometers did travel cyclists each day and how many?
  • Cyclist
    cyclist Cyclist drives 5 km in half an hour, how long will drive in 3 hours?
  • Cyclo trip
    cyclist_15 Eighth-graders took a full-day trip on a cycling course. They took 1/7 of the route to the first break and added another 3/7 of the route to lunch. They had 18 km left to the finish. How many kilometers did the trip route measure?
  • Running
    runners_3 Joanne ran 8 1/2 Kyleigh 1 2/3 and John 6 3/4 miles in one day. How many miles did the girls run in 3 days?
  • A large
    two-gears A large gear will be used to turn a smaller gear. The large gear will make 75 revolutions per minute. The smaller gear must make 384 revolutions per minute. Find the smallest number of teeth each gear could have. [Hint: Use either GCF or LCM. ]
  • Direct route
    tourists From two different places A and B connected by a direct route, Adam (from city A) and Bohus (from city B) started at a constant speed. As Adam continued to go from A to B, Bohus turned around at the time of their meeting and at the same speed he returned
  • Average speed
    bus27_4 When the bus stops at bus stops driving average speed is 45 km/h. If it did not stop it drive at speed 54 km/h. How many minutes of every hour it spend at stops?
  • Journey to grandma
    moto_1 Daniel traveled to grandma. He travel 100 km along. Halfway travel by train, one quarter by bus, one tenth by the bicycle and the rest travel by car. How many km travel km by car?
  • Martha
    stromy_1 Martha likes to walk in the park, the park is square, 7/10 mi on each side. One morning Martha walked around the entire park 3 1/2 times before stopping to rest. How far had she walked?
  • Chalet
    turancar_autobus The children were on a school trip to the mountain . One third of the journey went by the train and continue by bus. When you get off the bus, they remained a third of the distance they traveled by bus. What part of journey children went by the bus (wrote
  • Car
    american-cars Car goes from point A to point B at speed 86 km/h and back 53 km/h. If they goes there and back at speed 67 km/h trip would take 10 minutes shorter. What is distance between points A and B?
  • Motion2
    car_cycle Cyclist started out of town at 19 km/h. After 0.7 hours car started behind him in the same direction and caught up with him for 23 minutes. How fast and how long went car from the city to caught cyclist?
  • Distance runner
    vltava_run Distance runner already climbed three fifths of the total route. Thus passed 90 km. How many km he have to stop? How long is his route?
  • Hiker
    hiker Hiker went half of trip the first day, the third of trip the second day and remaines 15 km. How long trip he planned?

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