Prime numbers - 6th grade (11y) - math problems

Number of problems found: 115

  • Tram stop
    tram_historic At the tram stop met tram No. 4 and no. 5 at 10 AM. Tram no. 4 runs every 5 minutes, tram No. 5 at an interval of 7 minutes. How many times will meet until 12 o'clock?
  • Bouquet
    flowers_1 Gardener tying bouquet of flowers for 8 and none was left. Then he found that he could tying bouquet of 6 flowers and also none was left. How many have gardener flowers (minimum and maximum) if they had between 50 and 100 flowers?
  • Dressmaker
    singer Dressmaker left a piece of canvas shorter than 5 meters. She is deciding whether it sew a skirt or dress. The canvas was exactly as much as they consumed had cut up her skirt to 120 cm, or 180 centimeters dress. What a piece of canvas left her?
  • Czech crowns
    penize_5 Oldrich has one crown. Peter has five crowns coin, a two crown coin and a one-crown coin. Radek has twenty-crown banknote, ten banknote and five-crown coin. The boys got one fifty-one crown and one crown coin. How can they share the money fairly when they
  • Around the flowerbed
    roses Around a rectangular flowerbed with dimensions 5.25 m and 3.5 m are to be planted roses equally spaced so that the roses found in every corner of the flowerbed and consumed them as little as possible. a) At what distance are planted roses? b) How many ros
  • Buses
    buses_london At the bus stop is at 10 o'clock met buses No. 2 and No. 9. Bus number 2 runs at an interval of 4 minutes and the bus number 9 at intervals of 9 minutes. How many times the bus meet to 18:00 local time?
  • Tiles
    dlazba2 It is given an area of 5m x 4m One tile is 40 x 40 cm How many tiles are needed in an area of 5 m x 4 m? And how many tiles need to be cut (if it not possible for the tiles to fall exactly)?
  • Pexeso
    paper_3 Drawing paper has dimensions of 60cm and 840mm. Pupils have to divide it into squares so that they can make a pexeso. What dimension must squares have if their side is to be larger than 3cm and less than 10cm?
  • Unknown integer
    cross Find the smallest integer that: divided by 2, the remainder is 1 divided by 3 the remainder is 2, divided by 4 remainder is 3, ... divided by eight reminder is 7, by 9 reminder is 8.
  • Segments
    segments Line segments 62 cm and 2.2 dm long we divide into equal parts which lengths in centimeters is expressed integer. How many ways can we divide?
  • Two friends
    beers Two friends met as a good man perish together for a beer. After recovery the most important topics (politics, women, football ...), one asks: - And how many do you have children? - I have 3 children. - And how many years have? Friend already not want to a
  • Ships
    Ever_Given_container_ship Red ship begins its circuit every 30 minutes. Blue boat begins its circuit every 45 minutes. Both ships begin their sightseeing circuit in the same place at the same time always at 10:00 o'clock. a / What time does meet boat again? b / How many times a da
  • Garden
    zahon_6 The garden has the shape of a rectangle measuring 19m20cm and 21m60cm. Mr. Novák will fence it. It wants the distance between adjacent pillars to be at least two meters and a maximum of three meters. He would also like the distances between the adjacent p
  • Two rectangles
    rectangles2_2 I cut out two rectangles with 54 cm², 90 cm². Their sides are expressed in whole centimeters. If I put these rectangles together I get a rectangle with an area of 144 cm2. What dimensions can this large rectangle have? Write all options. Explain your calc
  • Diophantus
    diofantos_1 We know little about this Greek mathematician from Alexandria, except that he lived around 3rd century A. D. Thanks to an admirer of his, who described his life through an algebraic riddle, we know at least something about his life. Diophantus's youth las

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