Reason - math word problems - page 7

  1. Two workers
    mame_nizke_mzdy The first worker completed the task by himself in 9 hours, the second in 15 hours. After two hours of joint work left first worker to a doctor and the second finished the job himself. How many hours worked second worker himself?
  2. Do you solve this?
    rectangles_4 Determine area S of rectangle and length of its sides if its perimeter is 102 cm.
  3. Workers
    jumps Workers digging a jump pit in the school yard. Pit has a cuboid shape with a length 12 m, a width 20 dm and depth 36 cm. They excavate 0.4 cubic meters of soil an hour. How much time (hours and minutes) is need to the excavate this pit?
  4. Car
    journey Car travels 1/3 of the trip on the first day, second day 2/5 of the trip and left even 340 km for next days. How long is the trip?
  5. Trapezoid MO-5-Z8
    lichobeznik_mo_z8 ABCD is a trapezoid that lime segment CE divided into a triangle and parallelogram as shown. Point F is the midpoint of CE, DF line passes through the center of the segment BE and the area of the triangle CDE is 3 cm2. Determine the area of the trapezoid A
  6. Shooter
    terc The probability that a good shooter hits the center of the target circle I is 0.1. The probability that the target hit intercircle is II 0.58. What is the probability that it hits the target circle I or II?
  7. Grower
    fruit_1 Grower harvested 190 kg of apples. Pears harvested 10 times less. a) How many kg pears harvested? b) How many apples and pears harvested? c) How many kg harvested pears less than apples?
  8. Pairs
    dvojice From the five girls and four boys teachers have to choose one pair of boy and girl. A) How many such pairs of (M + F)? B) How many pairs where only boys (M + M)? C) How many are all possible pairs?
  9. Paddlers
    vodacky Students of canoeists trip traveled in three days 102 km. Second day traveled 15% more than first day and at the third day 9 km over the second day. How many kilometers traveled each day?
  10. Rectangle diagonals
    rectangle_diagonals_1 It is given rectangle with area 24 cm2 a circumference 20 cm. The length of one side is 2 cm larger than length of second side. Calculate the length of the diagonal. Length and width are yet expressed in natural numbers.
  11. Sales vs profit
    Acer+vs+Apple Apple sells 22 percent less computes than the Acer but the profit from their sales is 2.2 times higher than Acer. How many times are Apple computer more expensive than Acer?
  12. Father and son
    father_sin Father is three times older than his son. 12 years ago father was nine times older than the son. How old are father and son?
  13. Euler problem
    euler Someone buys a 180 tolars towels. If it was for the same money of 3 more towels, it would be 3 tolars cheaper each. How many were towels?
  14. Two workers
    Frog Two workers together execute some work in 10 days. The first worker would have done himself in 20 days. How many days would have done himself a second worker?
  15. Water container
    water_1 Container with water weighs 1.48 kg. When we cast 75% of water container of water weight 0.73 kg. How heavy is an empty container?
  16. Intersections
    intersect_circles How many intersections have circles with radius 16 mm and 15 mm, if the distance of their centers is 16 mm.
  17. 9.A
    exam 9.A to attend more than 20 students but fewer than 40 students. A third of the pupils wrote a math test to mark 1, the sixth to mark 2, the ninth to mark 3. No one gets mark 4. How many students of class 9.A wrote a test to mark 5?
  18. Gardens
    garden_3 The garden has the square shape with circumference 124 m. Divide it into two rectangular gardens, one should circumference 10 meters more than the second. What size will have a gardens?
  19. Family and age ratios
    family_1 Age of father and son are in the ratio 10:3; age of father and daughter are in the ratio 5:2. How old is father and son, if daughter is 20 years old? In what ratio is age sister and brother?
  20. Tiles
    tiles_1 The room has dimensions 12 m and 5.6 m. Determine the number of square tiles and their largest possible size to cover them room's floor.

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