Natural numbers + system of equations - math problems
Number of problems found: 48
- 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
- Columns of two and three
When students in one class stand in columns of two there is none left. When he stands in columns of three, there is one student left. There are 5 more double columns than three columns. How many students are in the class?
- Triple and quadruple rooms
Up to 48 rooms, some of which are triple and some quadruple, accommodated 173 people so that all beds are occupied. How many triple and how many quadruple rooms were there?
- Pears and oranges
There are 3 times as many pears as oranges. If a group of children receives 5 oranges each, there will be no oranges left over. If the same group of children receives 8 pears each, there will be 21 pears leftover. How many children and oranges are there?
- Sweets, candy
Grandfather gave out sweets to four children. At the last moment, two more children came, so in order to have them all the same, each of the four children would receive four candies less than they would have received if they had not. How much did my grand
After the fifth-grade class left 20% of students. In the seventh grade were added 2 pupils, in the eighth 1 pupil, in the ninth, the number has not changed, but it is now tenth students less than it was in the fifth grade. How many pupils are in the 9th g
- Tourist cottage
The tourist cottage has 11 rooms for 16 guests, some of them are doubles, some singles. How many are double rooms and how many are single rooms?
- Lookout tower
How high is the lookout tower? If each step was 3 cm lower, there would be 60 more of them on the lookout tower. If it was 3 cm higher again, it would be 40 less than it is now.
- Two numbers 7
The sum of two consecutive even numbers is 30. Find the numbers.
- At the
At the presentation of the travelers came three times as many men than women. When eight men left with their partners, there were five times more men than women at the presentation. How many were men and women originally?
Divide number 135 into two additions so that one adds 30 more than 2/5 of the other add. Write the bigger one.
- Cows and calves
There are 168 cows and calves in the cowshed. Cows are in nine stalls and calves in four stalls. Same count cows are in every cow stall and three more in each calf stall than in a cow stall. What is the capacity of the stalls for cows and what for calves?
- Large family
I have as many brothers as sisters and each my brother has twice as many sisters as brothers. How many children do parents have?
In 1960 my age was equal to the digits sum of the year of my birth. What is my age now?
- Average monthly salary
A total of 10 teachers work at one small school in Moravia. The monthly salary of each is 21,500 CZK or 21,800 CZK or 22,500 CZK according to their education and age. The average monthly salary for this school's teacher is 21 850 CZK. How many teachers of
- Two-digit number
Digit sum of thinking two-digit natural number is 11. When it exchanging a sequence of digits, given a number which is 27 less than the thinking number. Find out which number I think.
- Two unknown numbers
One number is 2 less than a second number. Twice the second number is 14 less than 5 times the first. Find the two numbers.
- Sheep and cows
There are only sheep and cows on the farm. Sheep is eight more than cows. The number of cows is half the number of sheep. How many animals live on the farm?
The boy collected coins with value 5 CZK and 2 CZK when he had 50 pieces saved 190 CZK. How many he has each type of coin?
- Peter and Paul
Peter and Paul together have 26 years. Four years ago, Paul was twice older than Peter. How much is Paul and how much Peter?
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