# Numbers - math word problems

#### Number of problems found: 1462

• Chocolates
In the market we have 3 kinds of chocolates. How many ways can we buy 14 chocolates?
• The difference
The difference of two numbers is 1375. If their exact quotient is 12. Find the two numbers
• In the bowl
There are 12 pears in the bowl. Erik ate a third. How many pears remained in the bowl?
• A number
A number increased by 7.9 is 8.3
• 10th term
What is the 10th term of the Arithmetic Progression if x1=4 and d=5?
• Summands
Find two summands of the number 42, so that its product is minimized.
• Trigonometric functions
In the right triangle is: ? Find the value of s and c: ? ?
• Balls
I have 19 balls and my friend has 27. About how many has my friend more balls?
• Remainder
A is an arbitrary integer that gives remainder 1 in the division with 6. B is an arbitrary integer that gives remainder 2 the division by. What makes remainder in division by 3 product of numbers A x B ?
• Find the 21
Find the sum of the six terms of the finite geometric sequence 96, -48, 24, -12
• Expression 6
Evaluate expression: -6-2(4-8)-9
• Package
The package was 23 meters of textile. The first day sold 12.3 meters. How many meters of textile remained in the package?
• No. of divisors
How many different divisors have number ??
• What is one third
What is 1/3 as a decimal? Give your answer rounded to 2 decimal places.
• Page numbering
The book has 88 pages. How many times is the number 4 used for the book numbering?
• Insert 3
Insert five arithmetic progression members between -7 and 3/2.
• Number unknown
Adela thought the two-digit number, she added it to its ten times and got 407. What number does she think?
• Division
Divide by the number 0.2 is the same as multiply by what number?
• Car inflation
About what percentage price of car increased if price rose from €1880 to €2200?
• Dinesh
Dinesh ate 3 cookies, each with mass 1.45 g. What was the total mass of the cookies that he ate?

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