Reason - math word problems - page 26

1. Bus 2
On the 6-th stop 44 passengers take off from bus. Overall, the 6-th stop 13 passengers were added. How many passengers take on 6-th stop?
2. Families
In class we investigated how many children have family in which its live. How many% of pupils live in families with more than two children? If five families each have one child in 9 families have 2 children, in 5 families have 3 children, in 2 families ha
3. MO Z6-6-1
Write integers greater than 1 to the blanks in the following figure, so that each darker box was product of the numbers in the neighboring lighter boxes. What number is in the middle box?
4. Pyramid Z8–I–6
Each brick of pyramid contains one number. Whenever possible, the number in each brick is lowest common multiple of two numbers of bricks lying directly above it. That number may be in the lowest brick? Determine all possibilities.
5. Is right triangle
Decide if the triangle XYZ is rectangular: x = 4 m, y = 6 m, z = 4 m
6. Brick wall
Garden 70 m long and 48 m wide should surround with wall 2.1 meters high and 30 cm thick. Wall will be built on the garden ground. How many will we need bricks if to 1 m³ is required approximately 300 bricks?
7. Timber log
The ship goes from point x to y. Downstream it takes 4 hours, upstream 6 hours. How long does it take from a point x to y a log?
A 2-meter rod casts a shadow 3.2 m long. How high is a tree with a shadow of 14.4 m ?
9. Factory
In the factory workers work in three shifts. In the first inning operates half of all employees in the second inning and a third in the third inning 200 employees. How many employees work at the factory?
10. April (month)
April has 30 days. Roman saves his money in the box for the whole month. Every third day you saves 10 cents. How many cents did Roman saved during the whole month when start saving on April 1?
11. 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.
12. Cards
Suppose that are three cards in the hats. One is red on both sides, one of which is black on both sides, and a third one side red and the second black. We are pulled out of a hat randomly one card and we see that one side of it is red. What is the probabi
13. Three-digit
How many three-digit natural numbers do not have the number 7?
14. Infirmary
Two thirds of children from the infirmary went on a trip seventh went to bathe and 40 children remained in the gym. How many children were treated in the infirmary?
15. Florist's
The florist got 72 white and 90 red roses. How many bouquets can bind from all these roses when each bouquets should have the same number of white and red roses?
16. Bags
The first bag has a weight of 18 kg, the second bag is a one-third lighter than the first and the third bag has three times less the weight of all three bags together. Determine their weights.
17. Televisions
Television is the fifth most expensive and tenth cheapest TV. How many different TVs are in stores?
18. Potatoes 6
The farmer brought potatoes to the market. In the first hour he sold two-fifths of the potatoes brought, in the second hour he sold five-sixth of the remaining potatoes, and in the third hour he had sold the last 40kg of potatoes. How many kg of potatoes d
19. Apples 5
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?
20. Pets in ZOO
The zoo have run for pets. They are chickens, pigs and cow. Altogether there has 20 heads and 60 feet. How many chickens and piglets are there?

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