# Grade - math word problems

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• Reward Janko and Peter divided the reward from the brigade so that Peter got 5/8 of the reward. What percentage of Janko's reward got?
• The water tank The water tank has the shape of a sphere with a radius of 2 m. How many liters of water will fit in the tank? How many kilograms of paint do we need to paint the tank, if we paint with 1 kg of paint 10 m2?
• What is bigger? Which ball has a larger volume: a football with a circumference of 66 cm or a volleyball with a diameter of 20 cm?
• Gas, lpg and diesel Calculate how much it costs to drive 35000 km by car: a) a car with a consumption of 8l/100 km of LPG for 60 cents b) 7l/100 km of petrol for 1.33 euros c) 6 l/100 km of diesel for 1.2 euros. Calculate what is cheaper.
• The diameter The diameter of a circle is 4 feet. What is the circle's circumference?
• Bisectors As shown, in △ ABC, ∠C = 90°, AD bisects ∠BAC, DE⊥AB to E, BE = 2, BC = 6. Find the perimeter of triangle △ BDE.
• The half life The half-life of a radioactive isotope is the time it takes for a quantity of the isotope to be reduced to half its initial mass. Starting with 145 grams of a radioactive isotope, how much will be left after 3 half-lives?
• Wooden box The block-shaped box was placed on the ground, leaving a rectangular print with dimensions of 3 m and 2 m. When flipped over to another wall, a print with dimensions of 0.5 m and 3 m remained in the sand. What is the volume of the wooden box?
• Finite arithmetic sequence How many numbers should be inserted between the numbers 1 and 25 so that all numbers create a finite arithmetic sequence and that the sum of all members of this group is 117?
• Half of halves Half of the square we cut off, then half of the rest, etc. Five cuts we made in this way. What part of the content of the original square is the content of the cut part?
• Copper Cu wire Copper wire with a diameter of 1 mm and a weight of 350 g is wound on a spool. Calculate its length if the copper density is p = 8.9 g/cm cubic.
• School year At the beginning of the school year, 396 notebooks and 252 textbooks are ready to be distributed in the classroom. All pupils receive the same number of notebooks and the same amount of textbooks. How many pupils are there in the class if you know that th
• Trip with compass During the trip, Peter went 5 km straight north from the cottage, then 12 km west and finally returned straight to the cottage. How many kilometers did Peter cover during the whole trip?
• Flower boxes How many m2 of 10mm thick boards are needed to make 12 flower boxes? The dimensions of the box are 180,150 and 1500 mm.
• One press One press will produce one truck of respirators in 3.5 days. The second in 10 days. How long does it take to fill a truck while working together?
• Quarantine cupcakes Mr. Honse was baking quarantine cupcakes. Mrs. Carr made twice as many as Mr. Honse. Ms. Sanchez made 12 cupcakes more than Mr. Honse. If they put all their cupcakes together (which they can’t because. .. quarantine!) they would have 108 cupcakes. How may
• A lot of hay Martin's grandfather weighed a lot of hay and calculated that for 15 rabbits it last in 100 days. How many days will this lot be enough for 25 rabbits?
• Flakes A circle was described on the square, and a semicircle above each side of the square was described. This created 4 "flakes". Which is bigger: the content of the central square or the content of four chips?
• Largest wall Find the content of the largest wall of a prism with the base of a rectangle which has a height of 4 dm, side c = 5 cm, and side b = 6 cm.
• In the In the workshop, it was necessary to quickly complete the production of veils for the hospital. The workshop staff promised to work an additional 240 hours to produce this order in March. The workshop has 8 employees who work 160 hours a month. What perce

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