# Reason - math word problems

1. Pins Sarah bought 9 pins, Eva bought 4 pins and saved 2 euros. How many pins buy Dana, when she have 3 euro?
2. Shoes and slippers Shoes were three times as many as slippers. If shoes were cheaper by 120, it would be twice as expensive as slippers. How much cost shoes and how much slippers?
3. Three ints The sum of three consecutive integers is 2016. What numbers are they?
4. Bus stop Determine at what time the bus leaves from the bus stop outside the village, if you know that when you leave home at 8:00 and go at speed 3 km/h, you come to a stop 9 minutes after the departure of the bus, and when you go speed at 4 km/h, you come to the
5. Unknown number 24 I think the number: a - is the same as the square area that has the 12th circumfence. What is this number? b - its half is 7 times bigger than its quarter. Is this the number?
6. Dices throws What is the probability that the two throws of the dice: a) Six falls even once b) Six will fall at least once
7. Machines 2 2 machines for 50 hours produces 2,000 products. How many machines need to buy to make in 30 hours 15,000 products?
8. Apples 3 Julka has 5 apples more than Hugo and four apples less than Annie. Hugo has 17 apples. How many apples has Julka and how Annie?
9. Consecutive numbers Sum of ten consecutive numbers is 105. Determine these numbers (write first and last).
10. Three numbers What is three numbers which have the property: the sum of the reciprocals of the first and second numbers is 12/7, the first and third 11/24 and the second and the third 3/8.
11. Mr. Zucchini Mr. Zucchini had a rectangular garden whose perimeter is 28 meters. Content area of the garden filled just four square beds, whose dimensions in meters are expressed in whole numbers. Determine what size could have a garden. Find all the possibilities an
12. Table 3x3 Table with numbers 3x3 in the first row 66,24,33 in the second row 57,? 19 in the third row 18,45,60 What number comes ar mark ?. Maybe the numbers: 22,46,45,47
13. Divisibility by 12 Replace the letters A and B by digits so that the resulting number x is divisible by twelve /find all options/. x = 2A3B How many are the overall solutions?
14. Eight blocks Dana had the task to save the eight blocks of these rules: 1. Between two red cubes must be a different color. 2. Between two blue must be two different colors. 3. Between two green must be three different colors. 4. Between two yellow blocks must be fou
15. Throw We throw 2 times with 2 dices. What is the probability that the first roll will fall more than sum of 9 and the second throw have sum 3 or does not have the sum 4?
16. Cans How many cans must be put in the bottom row if we want 182 cans arrange in 13 rows above so that each subsequent row has always been one tin less? How many cans will be in the top row?
17. Nine balls Imagine that you have exactly the same appearance nine balls of which one has a greater mass than the other. You have isosceles weights. Post a procedure as you would using a weights to discover heavier balls. How many measurements at least you have to do?
18. Perpetrator The perpetrator is a number that is smaller than the number 80. It is a multiple of five and it is odd. If we added up the tens and ones of this number we get number 8.
19. Televisions Television is the fifth most expensive and tenth cheapest TV. How many different TVs are in stores?
20. Florist Florist has 84 red and 48 white roses. How many same bouquets can he make from them if he must use all roses?

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