# Numbers - math word problems

1. Arble bag A marble bag sold by Rachel's Marble Company contains 5 orange marbles for every 6 green marbles. If a bag has 35 orange marbles, how many green marbles does it contain?
2. Written number Place+values x ten thousands =30 thousands
3. Two numbers 6 Fill two natural numbers a, b: 7 + blank- blank = 5
4. Pages counting There are pages numbered from 2 to 104 in the book. How many digits have to be printed to number the pages?
5. Comparing and sorting Arrange in descending order this fractions: 2/7, 7/10 & 1/2
6. Loan 5 Abdul takes a loan of 200000 from Ali and agrees to repay in number of instalment, each instalment begin with the 2nd exceeding the previous one by 1000, if the first instalment is 500, find how many instalment will be necessary to be wipe out the loan? C In about 12 hours in North Dakota the temperature rose from -33 degrees farenheit to 50 degrees farenheit. By how much did the temperature change?
8. Odd/even number Pick any number. If that number is even, divide it by 2. If it's odd, multiply it by 3 and add 1. Now repeat the process with your new number. If you keep going, you'll eventually end up at 1. Every time. Prove. ..
9. Simplify Simplify expression - which expression is equivalent to: 3(m + 2) − 4(2m − 9)
10. Boats Three-quarters of boats are white, 1/7 are blue and 9 are red. How many boats do we have?
11. A number A number increased by 7.9 is 8.3
12. Find the sum Find the sum of all natural numbers from 1 and 100, which are divisible by 2 or 5
13. Equivalent expressions A coach took his team out for pizza after their last game. There were 14 players, so they had to sit in smaller groups at different tables. Six players sat at one table and got 4 small pizzas to share equally. The other players sat at the different table a
14. Whole numbers Pavol wrote down a number that is both rational and a whole number. What is one possible number she could have written down?
15. Voting 400 employees cast their votes in a board member election that has only 2 candidates. 120 people vote for candidate A, while half of the remaining voters abstain. How many votes does candidate B receive?
16. Two numbers 7 The sum of two consecutive even numbers is 30. Find the numbers.
17. Without 2 Without multipying, tell whether the product 0.644 x 0.25 will be greater than 1 or less than 1? Explane how you know. Then find the product.
18. Evaluate expression 2 Evaluate expression with negatives: (-3)+4+(-8)+(-6)+4+(-1)
19. Double 5 Peter was thinking of a number. Peter doubles it and gets an answer of 8.6. What was the original number?
20. Expression If A=2 B=3 evaluate expression A(B+A) and multiply it by A

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