Least common multiple (LCM) - 6th grade (11y) - math problems

Number of problems found: 76

  • Cherries
    visne Cherries in the bowl can be divided equally among 19 or 13 or 28 children. How many are the minimum cherries in the bowl?
  • Flowerbeds
    meter_24 What is the smallest length of flowerbeds we have to prepare to plant seedlings at grid 20,30,25,40 cm?
  • Game room
    roulette Winner can took win in three types of jettons with value 3, 30 and 100 dollars. What is minimal value of win payable in this values of jettons?
  • Dance ensemble
    dancers_1 The dance ensemble took the stage in pairs. During dancing, the dancers gradually formed groups of four, six and nine. How many dancers have an ensemble?
  • The King
    gold_4 The King wants to divide his sons equally. He has 42 rubies and 45 diamonds. How many sons and how will they share them?
  • School books
    sesity At the beginning of the school year, the teacher distributed 480 workbooks and 220 textbooks. How many pupils could have the most in the classroom?
  • Parachutists
    parasutism Parachutists during freefall firstly held in groups of 4, then of 6, then 9, 12 and finally of 18 members. How many parachutists jump at least should be, if at each group must all be involved.
  • Tram lines
    elektricka_2 Trams of five lines driven at intervals of 5,8,10,12 and 15 minutes. At 12 o'clock come out of the station at the same time. About how many hours again all meet? How many times have earch tram pass for this stop?
  • Gearing
    prevod Gearing consists of two wheels, one is 88 and second 56 teeth. How many times turns smaller wheel to fit the same teeth as in the beginning? How many times will turn biggest wheel?
  • Three Titanics
    Titanic Three steamers sailed from the same port on the same day. The first came back on the third day, fourth 4th day and the third returned sixth day. How many days after leaving the steamers met again in the harbor?
  • Steps
    steps_2 Peter makes steps long 70 cm, John 45 cm long. After how many meters their footsteps meet?
  • Cents no more
    cent Janko bought pencils for 35 cents each. Neither he nor the salesperson had small coins just a whole € 1 coin. At least how many pencils had to buy to pay for the whole euros?
  • Trams 2
    trams_1 Square passes two lines of tram. One running every nine minutes, a second interval of 15 minutes. Exactly at 12 o'clock arrived two tram lines in the square. How soon should a similar situation arise again?
  • Tram stop
    tram_historic At the tram stop met tram No. 4 and no. 5 at 10 AM. Tram no. 4 runs every 5 minutes, tram No. 5 at an interval of 7 minutes. How many times will meet until 12 o'clock?
  • Matches
    matches George poured out of the box matches and composing them triangles and no match was left. Then he tries squares, hexagons and octagons and no match was left. How many matches must be at least in the box?
  • Unknown integer
    cross Find the smallest integer that: divided by 2, the remainder is 1 divided by 3 the remainder is 2, divided by 4 remainder is 3, ... divided by eight reminder is 7, by 9 reminder is 8.
  • Blades
    ruler2_1 1st blade 2,5 m, 2nd blade. .1.75 m. How many same long pieces of this two blades can be do the biggest? How long is one piece?
  • Dining tables
    stolik In the dining room are tables with 4 chairs, 6 chairs, 8 chairs. How many diners must be at least to be occupy all tables (chairs) and diners are more than 50?
  • 3 buses
    buses At morning 5:00 am three buses started from one place. The first travel in five-minute intervals, the second at 10-minute intervals and the third at 25-minute intervals. At what hour will again be the three buses coming from the same place?
  • Florist's
    kvetiny The florist got 72 white and 90 red roses. How many bouquets can bind from all these roses when each bouquets should have the same number of white and red roses?

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