# Reason - math word problems - page 13

- Three-digit numbers

How many three-digit numbers are from the numbers 0 2 4 6 8 (with/without repetition)? - Pocket

Mirka spent on a trip for gifts half pocket. For the third remain money bought a bagel. Six euros left her. How many euros had Mirka in pocket? - Sheep

Shepherd tending the sheep. Tourists asked him how much they have. The shepherd said, "there are fewer than 500. If I them lined up in 4-row 3 remain. If in 5-row 4 remain. If in 6-row 5 remain. But I can form 7-row." How many sheep have herdsman? - Aircraft

Flight length 3457 km took 5 hours. The airport passengers had to arrive hours in advance, 2 hours. Departure was delayed for 6.4 hours. The destination airport formalities took 0.4 hours. Calculate the average speed of passenger travel from arrival to le - Coffee

Coffee from the machine in the cup cost 28 cents. Coffee is 20 cents more expensive than the cup. How much is the cup? - Digits A, B, C

For the various digits A, B, C is true: the square root of the BC is equal to the A and sum B+C is equal to A. Calculate A + 2B + 3C. (BC is a two-digit number, not a product). - Bouquet

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? - Buffet

In the school buffet were 30 children. 21 children bought sandwiches and 15 children bought lemonade. Four children did not buy anything. How many children bought lemonade and sandwiche? - BW-BS balls

Adam has a full box of balls that are large or small, black or white. Ratio of large and small balls is 5:3. Within the large balls the ratio of the black to white is 1:2 and between small balls the ratio of the black to white is 1:8 What is the ratio of. - Three numbers

The sum of the three numbers is 287. These numbers are in a ratio of 3: 7: 1/4 Define these numbers - Secret number

Determine the secret number n, which reversed decrease by 16.4 if the number increase by 16.4. - Popsicles

Francis went to buy ice lollies. If he buy 8 popsicles he missed 4 USD. When he buy 7 popsicles, got back 1 USD. How many USD was a popsicle? - One and a half chicken

One and a half chicken bears one and a half egg in one and a half day. How many eggs can withstand from 6 chicken in 6 days? - Daughters

The man conducting the census asks a woman to age of three daughters. Woman says when multiply the age getnumber 72; if their ages add up, get a number of our house, as you see. The man says: That is not enough to calculate their ages. She says: my oldes - Nuts, girl and boys

Milena collected fallen nuts and called a bunch of boys let them share. She took a condition: the first boy takes one nut and tenth of the rest, the second takes 2 nuts and tenth new rest, the third takes 3 nuts and tenth new rest and so on. Thus managed. - Equator

Suppose that tourist went on foot over the Globe equator. How many meters more track made his hat on his head as the shoes on your feet? The radius of the earth is 6378 km and height of the tourist is 1.7 m. - Tablecloth

The table top is 90 cm long and 50 cm wide. How many cm lace edging is necessary for the tablecloth that hangs on each side by 10 cm? - Katy

Kate paid for the package on delivery of four meters textile 688 CZK. What is the price of one meter textile when shipping and handling amounted to 48 CZK? - Ski lessons

On the ski course leaves 80 pupils. They live in triple and quadruple rooms. Count if rooms is the 23. How many are triple and quadruple rooms? - Floating floor

In the new building is considered a floating floor worker in each room. 30 minutes lay 9 m^{2}of the floor. How long 3 workers laid the floor in 4 rooms with a total area of 90 m^{2}?

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