# Percentages + work - practice problems

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James, Priya and Siobhan work in a grocery store. James makes 8.00 per hour. Priya makes 40% more than James, and Siobhan makes 5% less than Priya. How much does Siobhan make per hour? - Part-time workers

Three part-time workers received CZK 1,235 for their work. The first received 20% less than the second and the third received 45 CZK more than the second. Determine how many crowns (CZK) each of them received. - In the

In the workshop, it was necessary to quickly complete the production of veils for the hospital. The workshop staff promised to work an additional 240 hours to produce this order in March. The workshop has eight employees who work 160 hours a month. What p - Ditch

The excavator dug 40% of the excavation in 2 hours 20 minutes. How long does it take him to dig the whole ditch? - All use computer

It is reported that 72% of working women use computers at work. Choose 3 women at random, find the probability that all 3 women use a computer in their jobs. - Two companies

The family ordered two companies to modify the garden. The first would be done in 20 days, the second would take 40% less time. How long will they work together if the second company started working when the first worked for 4 days? - Harvest time

Grandma and granddaughter Julka reap currants in 15 hours of working together. Julka herself would have currants 10 days after 6 hours of work a day. Find by what percentage the grandma's harvest time was shortened when the granddaughter was involved in c - Company and employees

There are 370 employees in the company - women are 15% less than men. How many men work in the company? - Three workers

The three workers received € 2,850 together for the work done. They divided them according to the time worked so that the first received 20% less than the second and the third € 50 more than the second. How much EUR did each worker receive? - Employees

1116 people are working in three factory halls. In the first one, there are 18% more than the third, and 60 persons more than the second. How many employees work in individual halls? - Performance

Two masons with the same performance would have been made of plaster for six days. One of them, however, has increased its daily performance by 50%. How long would it take them now to make plaster together? - Paul earned

Paul earned 300 Kč in one hour, Václav 1/3 more than Paul. Václav worked 60 hours, which is 1/3 fewer hours than Paul worked. How many percent less earned Paul an hour than Václav? How many hours did Paul more than Václav? How much did Paul earn more than - Hall

Rectangular hall will have pave by square tiles with a side length 15 cm. The hall has length 18 meters and width 3 m. How many tiles need to buy if 2 percent of the amount is disrupted during the work? - Three piles

100 kg of sugar we divide into three piles. The first pile is small. If we added to the second 2 kg of sugar, it would have 25% more sugar than the first pile. If we add 3 kg of sugar to the third pile it would have 20% more sugar than the 2nd pile. How m - Medicine

We test medicine on 6 patients. For all drug doesn't work. If the drug success rate of 20%, what is the probability that medicine does not work? - Profits

Two members will make profit 52 000, - EUR. The forst earned 8% more and the second 10% more and thus earned together 56 700, - EUR. How many will initially each earn? - Price of state

Estimate the cost of the state based on following reason. State price is expressed as a percentage respectively share in the redistribution of national GDP. Employee creates monthly value € 868 (super-gross wage).Then tax him 35.2% employer contributions - Work

Workers works 5 days a week and has 28 days of vacation a year. Calculate how many days is out of work and express it as a percentage. Consider that a year has 52 weeks. - Bureau of Labor

Bureau of Labor is a state institution that provides mike and the rest for their so-called clients. The mission of the Bureau of Labor is spend taxpayer money to provide relaxation and benefits to those who do not want to work. Popularly speaking sense th - Greek railwayman

Wesley works for the Slovak railways since 1986. His salary is 864 €. His colleague, Evgenias works in the Greek State Railways from 1991. Earns 5010 € per month. Calculate how many hours a day must Evgenias work to earn as much as Wesley and if they work

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