# Reason - math problems

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• Gasoline fuel
You just drove you car 300 miles and used 40 gallons of gas you know that the gas tank on your car holds 12 1/2 gallons of gas if the gas you buy costs \$2.50 per gallon what would you pay to fill one half of your tank?
• Phone number
Ivan's phone number ends with a four-digit number: When we subtract the first from the fourth digit of this four-digit number, we get the same number as when we subtract the second from the third digit. If we write the four-digit number from the back and
• Four-digit number
For a four-digit number abcd, ab: bc = 1: 3 and bc: cd = 2: 1 (ab, bc and cd are two-digit numbers from digits a, b, c, d). Find this number(s).
• Two numbers
One number is by 79 larger than the other. If we divide the larger number by the smaller one, we get the ratio 5 and the remainder 11. Determine both numbers.
• Strawberries
Three people pick strawberries from 48 rows in 8 hours. How many hours do five people need to pick strawberries from 20 rows?
• The vaccination
The vaccination coverage of the population is 80%. Unvaccinated make up 60% of all infected. What percentage are unvaccinated more likely to be infected?
• When 5
When 5 is subtracted from both my numerator and denominator I become 3/4. What fraction i am?
• Athletics team
All athletes in the athletics team from Ostrava can start in four, five, six and seven stages, and no one will be present. How many average athletes are in one athletic group if there are a total of twelve groups in the section? Consider the smallest numb
• Cost structure
You are currently trying to decide between two cost structures for your business: one that has a greater proportion of short-term fixed costs and another that is more heavily weighted to variable costs. Estimated revenue and cost data for each alternative
• Boys and girls 8
In a class of 35 boys and girls that has a ratio of 2:5, 5 boys are absent and 5 boys are present. How many students are present?
• In the library
In the library at Lenape Elementary School, there are 2/5 as many fiction books as there are nonfiction books. There are 56 books in the school library. How many books are fiction books?
• Maria 2
Maria is 7 years older than her brother Robert and in 2 years her age will be four times what Robert’s age was three years ago. Find their present ages.
• Special sequence
What if            2×9=1            3×9=2            4×9=3            5×9=4            6×9=5            7×9=6            8×9=7            9×9=8           10×9=9    then 1×9=??? answer with solutions. .. ..
• Wheel gear
A drive wheel of radius 2 is connected to a drive wheel of radius 1 by a pulley of length 17. What is the distance between the wheel axles?
Chad buys peanuts in 2-pound bags. He repackages them into bags that hold 5/6 pound off peanuts. How many 2 pound bags of peanuts should Chad buy so that he can fill the 5/6-pound bags without having any peanuts left over?
• Five number code
I have a 5 digit code on the bag that I forgot. All I remember is that it was a symmetric number and the sum of its digits was 22. Write all the numbers that can be a code. .
• Petra's test
The answer will be given 8 marks, and the wrong answer will be deducted 3 marks. The total number of marks obtained by the school is 36. If Petra answered six questions correctly,   how many questions were answered incorrectly by the student from the scho
• Smoker male
For a person selected randomly from a certain population, events A and B are defined as follows. A = event the person is male B = event the person is a smoker. For this particular population, it is found that P(A ) = 0.53, P(B) = 0.15, and P(A n B ) = 0.1
• Fruit equation
Find how many peaches could be bought instead of buying one melon, one pear, one apple and two plums if we know that: • Melon and plum cost the same as three apples • if we subtract the price of a pear from the price of peach, we get the price of plum • T
• Chi square
A manufacturer of phone batteries claims that his batteries' lives are approximately normally distributed with a standard deviation equal to 0.9 years. If a random sample of 10 of these batteries has a standard deviation of 1.2 years. Do you think that th

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