# Numbers - math word problems

- The tickets

The tickets to the show cost some integer number greater than 1. Also, the sum of the price of the children's and adult tickets, as well as their product, was the power of the prime number. Find all possible ticket prices. - Athletic club

All athletic club boys lined up by size. In front of Peter was one-eighth of the total. Right behind Peter stood his brother Radek and behind Radek another five-sixths of the total number of boys. Mark the unknown total number of athletic club boys x. . - Two math problems

1) The sum of twice a number and -6 is nine more than the opposite of that number. Find the number. 2) A collection of 27 coins, all nickels, and dimes, is worth $2.10. How many of each coin are there? The dime, in United States usage, is a ten-cent coin - Fruits 2

An apple costs 7p and a melon costs seven times more. How much will 6 apples and 2 melons cost - Find the 11

Find the quotient of 229.12 and 12.32

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