# Grade - math word problems

- Troops

The route is long 147 km and the first-day first regiment went at an average speed of 12 km/h and journey back 21 km/h. The second day went second regiment the same route at an average speed of 22 km/h there and back. Which regiment will take route long - Earth's circumference

Calculate the Earth's circumference of the parallel 48 degrees and 10 minutes. - TV fail

The TV has after 10,000 hours average 25 failures. Determine the probability of TV failure after 200 hours of operation. - Hens

11 hens will eat spilled grain from 6AM to 16 PM. At 11 hour grandmother brought 4 hens from the neighbors. At what time was grain out? - Camel

Camel owner wants to get out of the city into oasis. He bought 3000 bananas, which wants to sell in oasis. However oasis from the city divided 1,000 kilometers of desert. Camel can carry at one time up to 1000 bananas, and for every kilometer traveled, e - Circle

From the equation of a circle: ? Calculate the coordinates of the center of the circle S[x_{0}, y_{0}] and radius of the circle r. - Summand

One of the summands is 145. The second is 10 more. Determine the sum of the summands. - Pediatrician

Pediatrician this month of 20 working days takes 8 days holidays. What is the probability that on Monday will be at work? - Coffee

In stock are three kinds of branded coffee prices: I. kind......205 Kc/kg II. kind......274 Kc/kg III. kind.....168 Kc/kg Mixing these three species in the ratio 8:5:6 create a mixture. What will be the price of 100 grams of this mixture? - Rectangular cuboid

The rectangular cuboid has a surface area 5334 cm^{2}, its dimensions are in the ratio 2:4:5. Find the volume of this rectangular cuboid. - Medians

Calculate the sides of a right triangle if the length of the medians to the legs are t_{a}= 21 cm and t_{b}=12 cm. - Camp

In a class are 26 children. During the holidays 16 children were in the camps and 14 children on holiday with their parents. Determine the minimum and maximum number of children that may have been in the camp and on holiday with their parents at the sam - College

At the college are at 57 rooms 194 students. Some rooms are triple and some quad. How many triple and quadruple rooms there is, if it is all fully occupied? - Diophantus

We know little about this Greek mathematician from Alexandria, except that he lived around 3rd century A.D. Thanks to an admirer of his, who described his life by means of an algebraic riddle, we know at least something about his life. Diophantus's youth - Pine

How much of a mixed forest rangers want to cut down, if their head said: "We only cut down pine trees, which in our mixed forest 98%. After cut pine trees constitute 94% of all trees left." - Rectangle vs square

The rectangle has dimensions of 13 × 10, square 8 × 8. Which shape has more area and how much above? - Rectangle

In rectangle ABCD with sides |AB|=19, |AD|=16 is from point A guided perpendicular to the diagonal BD, which intersects at point P. Determine the ratio ?. - Rhombus

It is given a rhombus of side length a = 29 cm. Touch points of inscribed circle divided his sides into sections a_{1}= 14 cm and a_{2}= 15 cm. Calculate the radius r of the circle and the length of the diagonals of the rhombus. - Glasses

Imagine a set of students in your class (number of students: 19), who wears glasses. How much minimum and maximum element may contain this set. - Freedom

In the city are 3/9 of women married for 3/6 men. What proportion of the townspeople is free (not married)? Express as a decimal number.

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