Multiplication + addition - math problems

Number of problems found: 130

  • Which 4
    Which number is equivalent to 5×10+4×1+8×110+6×1100+1×11,000?
  • Product increased
    When the product of 2/3 and 6/10 is increased by 2/5, the result is?
  • Quotient and product
    If the quotient of [8/5 divided by 8/10] is added to the product of [8/14 x 7/12 x 3/8], what is the sum?
  • Simplify 7
    Simplify. 7-1/3÷ 3-2/3 of 2+ 4-1/2÷ 2-1/4+ 1/2 solution and by step by step
  • The cost 2
    The cost of 5 apples is $3.45, and 5 oranges are $1.23. If Rachel buys one apple and one orange, then how much must she pay?
  • Complicated sum minus product
    What must be subtracted from the sum of 3/8 and 5/16 to get difference equal to the product of 5/8 and 3/16?
  • Groceries
    Arturo buys two cans of tomato soup that cost $0.52 each and 12 cans of chicken noodle soup that cost $0.51 each. How much is the total cost of these groceries?
  • Flower garden
    In the mr elliots garden 1/8 of the flowers are red 1/4 of them are purple and 1/4 of the remaning flowers are pink. If there is 128 flowers how many of them are pink?
  • A man 3
    A man buys a box of fruits containing 286 fruits out of these 1/2 are apples and the rest are pears. 4/13 of the pears are rotten. He sells the good pears at rupees 4 1/11 each. How much money does he receive on selling the good pears?
  • Josh works
    Josh works mowing lawns and babysitting. He earns $7.20 an hour for mowing and $6.80  an hour for babysitting. How much will he earn for 1 our of mowing and 6 hours of babysitting?
  • Necklaces
    Mohammad sells beaded necklaces. Each large necklace sells for $4.50 and each small necklace sells for $4.10. How much will he earn from selling 5 large necklaces and 4 small necklaces?
  • ZOO 2
    Valerie bought tickets to the zoo for the family. She bought three adult tickets for $9.50 each and two children's tickets for $4.50 each. How much did the tickets cost Valerie in all?
  • Millie
    Millie has 3 sisters. Each sister reads 2 pages every morning and 4 pages every evening. Which expression can be used to represent the total number of pages read by Millie's sisters after 5 days?
  • Justin
    Justin has $57.18 in his checking account. He deposits his paycheck of $256.79. He then buys $68.42 in groceries, $50.00 in gas, and 2 movies for $15.58 each. What is the new balance in Justin’s checking account?
  • Evaluate 11
    Multiply the quotient of 6 and 2 by 3, then add 1. Add 1 and 6, then divide by 2 and multiply by 3. Divide 6 by the product of 2 and 3, then add 1.
  • Area and perimeter 2
    Find the area and the perimeter of a rectangle of length 45 1/2 cm and breadth 16 2/3 cm.
  • Evaluate value
    Evaluate value of the following expressions: 1. The product of nine and a number 12, decreased by six 2. Eight decreased by three times a number 2. 3. The quotient of twice a number 49 and seven.
  • Fitness center
    Every Wednesday, Monica works out for 3/4  of an hour at the fitness center. Every Saturday, he goes to the fitness center again and exercises for 3 times as long. How much time does Wayne spend at the fitness center in all each week?
  • Fractions and mixed numerals
    (a) Convert the following mixed numbers to improper fractions. i. 3 5/8 ii. 7 7/6 (b) Convert the following improper fraction to a mixed number. i. 13/4 ii. 78/5 (c) Simplify these fractions to their lowest terms. i. 36/42 ii. 27/45 2. evaluate the follow
  • Last month
    Last month, Lana sold 35 necklaces a week at $15 each. However, throughout the month, 6 customers returned their necklaces for a full refund due to defective clasps. How much did Lana make selling necklaces last month? (Hint: Assume there were 4 weeks in

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