# Natural numbers - 7th grade (12y) - practice problems

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- Apples and pears

Mom divided 24 apples and 15 pears to children. Each child received the same number of apples and pears - same number as his siblings. How many apples (j=?) and pears (h=?) received each child? - Unknown number 7

16% of the unknown number is by 21 less than unknown number itself. Determine the natural unknown number. - Two rulers

We have two rulers. Scale interval on first rulers are a spaced 1 cm and on second spaced 15 mm. Rulers are attached to each other so that they match initial divider commas. What next dividers commas coincide? Find at least three cases. - Two-digit number

I am a two-digit number less than 20. When I divide by three, then you get the rest one, and when you divide me by four, you get also rest 1. What number am I? - Digit sum

Find the smallest natural number n, the digit sum of which is equal to 37. - Rectangular flowerbed

Around the rectangular flowerbed with dimensions of 5.25 m and 3.50 m, roses should be planted at the same distance from each other so that the roses are located in each corner of the flower bed and are consumed as little as possible. How far do we plant - Sum and rounding

I know two numbers whose sum is 20. When they each round and then added together I get the 30. What are this numbers? - Even / odd numbers

a / Using variable n write two consecutive odd numbers. b / the sum of three consecutive odd numbers is 333. What are this numbers? - Digits of age

The product of the digits of Andrew age as 6 years ago and not equal to 0. Andrew's age is also the youngest possible age with these two conditions. After how many years will the product of the digits of Andrew age again the same as today? - Cents no more

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? - Gcd and lcm

Calculate the greatest common divisor and the least common multiple of numbers. a) 16 and 18 b) 24 and 22 c) 45 and 60 d) 36 and 30 - MO 2016 Numerical axis

Cat's school use a special numerical axis. The distance between the numbers 1 and 2 is 1 cm, the distance between the numbers 2 and 3 is 3 cm, between the numbers 3 and 4 is 5 cm and so on, the distance between the next pair of natural numbers is always i - Florist

Florist has 84 red and 48 white roses. How many same bouquets can he make from them if he must use all roses? - The port

Four ships Berthed in the port. Together sail from a port. The first ship will return to port every two weeks, second ship after 4 weeks, third after 8 weeks and fourth ship after 12 weeks. After how many weeks all the boats gather at the port? How many t - Number train

The numbers 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 and 9 traveled by train. The train had three cars and each was carrying just three numbers. No. 1 rode in the first carriage, and in the last carriage was all odd numbers. The conductor calculated sum of the numbers in the firs - Tissues

The store got three kinds of tissues - 132 children, 156 women and 204 men. Tissues each species were packed into boxes after the number of pieces the same for all three types (and greatest). Determine the number, if you know that every box has more than - 3 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? - Trees

Loggers wanted to seed more than 700 and less than 800 trees. If they seed in rows of 37, left them 8 trees. If they seed in rows of 43, left the 11 trees. How many trees must seed ? - Trams

Tram no. 3,7,10,11 rode together from the depot at 5am. Tram No. 3 returns after 2 hours, tram No. 7 an hour and half, no. 10 in 45 minutes and no. 11 in 30 minutes. For how many minutes and when these trams meet again? - Cash back

After a trip 24 students have left more than 650 but less than 690 CZK (Kc). How much each student receives return when the amount is divisible by the number of pupils?

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Natural numbers - math word problems. Examples for 7th grade (seventh).