# Mass + equation - math problems

Mass is a property of a physical body and a measure of its resistance to acceleration (a change in its state of motion) when a force is applied. An object's mass also determines the strength of its gravitational attraction to other bodies. The basic SI unit of mass is the kilogram (kg). Other are gram, tonne, milligram, etc.#### Number of problems found: 108

- A bottle

A bottle full of cola weighs 1,320 g. If we drink three-tenths of it, it will weigh 1,008g. How much does an empty bottle weigh? - Same force

The trunk of 5m length and 95 kilograms has a center of gravity 2m from the thicker end. The tribe is carried by two men, one at the thicker end. At what distance does the trunk carry a man from the other end to make the same force on it? - Acid evaporation

How many kilograms of water do we have to evaporate from 100 kg of 32% acid to make it 80% concentration? - One kilogram

The apple weighs 125 grams and half apple. How many apples weigh 1 kilogram? - Mushrooms

Grandfather gathered fresh mushrooms. The fifth was wormwood, and it was thrown away, the other dried up. He obtained 720 grams of dried mushrooms. How many kilograms did the grandfather collect, and by drying the mushrooms they lost 75% of their weight? - Father and son

Father and son weigh together 108kg. The father weighs 2.6 times more than his son. How much does weight my father and son count? - Cranberries

They brought 65 kg of dried cranberries to the packing house. They made 150-gram and 200-gram packages from them. How many kilograms of cranberries did they use for the smaller 200 packages? How many 200 gram packages were there? - Nutballs

The dough for nutballs contains, among other things, two basic raw materials: flour and nuts in a ratio of 2:1. How much flour and how many nuts are needed for 1 kg of dough if "other" is 100g? - Peroxide

How many ml 30% of peroxide (H2O2) should be poured into 100ml H2O to give a 20% solution? - Mixture 2

How many liters of water must be added to 7 liters of a 20% solution to obtain a 10% solution? - Calf

The weight of the calf meat obtained is 65% of the total weight of live calves. What was the weight of a calf from which 285 kg of meat was obtained? - The devils

The devils weighed in hell with Dorota. They found that Dorota and the two devils weigh 250 kg together and Dorota and the four devils weigh 426 kg. All the devils weigh the same. How Much Does Dorota Weigh? - Mushrooms

Fresh mushrooms contain 90% water, dried only 12%. How many kilograms of fresh mushrooms are needed for 5kg dried? - Angled cyclist turn

The cyclist passes through a curve with a radius of 20 m at 25 km/h. How much angle does it have to bend from the vertical inward to the turn? - Mushrooms

Mushrooms lose 90% by weight drying. How many fresh mushrooms are needed for 5 kg of dried mushrooms? - Vegetable meal

The cook was doing meal - in ratio 4: 3: 1 mix tomatoes: pepper: onion. Onions were 5 kg less than peppers. How many kgs of tomatoes did he need to prepare the meal? - Fruit juice

Fruit juice contains 37.5% sugar. How many percents of sugar will be in the flavored mineral that we prepare from 100 grams of fruit juice and 1.4 liters of mineral? (1 liter = 1 kg) - Dried fruit

The manufacturer produces a mixture of dried fruit. He purchased: 10kg pineapple for 200 Kc/kg 2kg papaya for 180 kc/kg 1kg of banana for 400 Kc/kg How many kgs of raisin for 80 Kc/kg must be put into the mix by the manufacturer so that the production pri - Cargo

Car with cargo weight 7610 kg. Weight of car is 23% of the total weight of car and cargo. How heavy is cargo? - The fruit basket

The fruit basket is five times heavier than the empty basket. Filled is 20kg heavier than empty. Determine the weight of the fruit in the basket.

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