Reason - math word problems

  1. MO-Z5-3-66 tiles
    stvorce The picture shows a square tiles with side 10 dm which is composed of four identical small rectangles and squares. Circumference of small square is five times smaller than the circumference of the entire tile. Determine the dimensions of the rectangle.
  2. David number
    numbers2_4 Jana and David train the addition of the decimal numbers so that each of them will write a single number and these two numbers then add up. The last example was 11.11. David's number had the same number of digits before the decimal point, the Jane's numbe
  3. Unions now
    roh The plant has 1,250 employees. The Trade Unions (former ROH, OH) is 18% male, 23% female. Plant management reported that in the trade union is 20% of all employees. How many men and women are in plant and how many are men and women in trade unions?
  4. Unknown number 16
    numbers_35 My number's tens is three times more then ones My number's ones is twice the number of thousands and my number's hundreds is half the number of of tens. I have two ones. which number am I?
  5. Flowers
    flowers2 The flower has six flowers and each flower has a number. These are the numbers: 20,40,39,28,8,9. What number will be in the middle of the flower so that the numbers come from the flowers when we subtract and add?
  6. Rings groups
    venn 27 pupils attend some group; dance group attends 14 pupils, 21 pupils sporty group and dramatic group 16 pupils. Dance and sporting attend 9 pupils, dance and drama 6 pupil, sporty and dramatic 11 pupils. How many pupils attend all three groups?
  7. Candy - MO
    cukriky_4 Gretel deploys to the vertex of a regular octagon different numbers from one to eight candy. Peter can then choose which three piles of candy give Gretel others retain. The only requirement is that the three piles lie at the vertices of an isosceles trian
  8. Apples 5
    apples_7 In six crates are 45 kg of apples. In five crates were the same amounth and in one crate was 3 kg of apples more. How many kg of apples were in each crate?
  9. Four integers
    tiles2 Fnd four consecutive integers so that the product of the first two is 70 times smaller than the product of the next two.
  10. Summands
    magic Find two summands of the number 42, so that its product is minimized.
  11. Octahedron - sum
    8sten On each wall of a regular octahedron is written one of the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, wherein on different sides are different numbers. For each wall John make the sum of the numbers written of three adjacent walls. Thus got eight sums, which also
  12. Z9–I–1
    ctverec_mo In all nine fields of given shape to be filled natural numbers so that: • each of the numbers 2, 4, 6 and 8 is used at least once, • four of the inner square boxes containing the products of the numbers of adjacent cells of the outer square, • in the ci
  13. Skiing meeting
    compass4 On the skiing meeting came four friends from 4 world directions and led the next interview. Charles: "I did not come from the north or from the south." Mojmir "But I came from the south." Joseph: "I came from the north." Zdeno: "I come from the south."
  14. Family party
    mini-torticky.JPG Anna has 5 €, Anezka has 4,60 € and for all the money they want to buy desserts for a family party. They decide between cakes and pinwheel: The pinwheel is € 0.40 more expensive than the cake, and the cakes can be bought for all the money by a third more
  15. Algebrogram
    plus_2 Solve algebrogram: mama+anna=vari How many solutions are?
  16. Apples and pears
    hrusky2 Mom divided 24 apples and 15 pears to children. Each child received the same number of apples and pears - same number as his siblings. How many apples (j=?) and pears (h=?) received each child?
  17. Tunnels
    Mysky Mice had built an underground house consisting of chambers and tunnels: • each tunnel leading from the chamber to the chamber (none is blind) • from each chamber lead just three tunnels into three distinct chambers, • from each chamber mice can get to an
  18. Fluid
    nadoby We have vessels containing 7 liters, 5 liters and 2 liters. Largest container is filled with fluid the others empty. Can you only by pouring get 5 liters and two 1 liter of fluid? How many pouring is needed?
  19. Z9-I-4
    numbers_30 Kate thought a five-digit integer. She wrote the sum of this number and its half at the first line to the workbook. On the second line wrote a total of this number and its one fifth. On the third row she wrote a sum of this number and its one nines. F
  20. Pet store
    fish In a pet store, they are selling out the fish from one aquarium. Ondra wanted half of all fish, but they don't wish cut by hal fany fish he got one more than demanded. Matthew wished the remaining half of the fish, but as Andrew got half the fish more t

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