Square + greatest common divisor (GCD) - math problems
Number of problems found: 12
- Square gardens
The gardening colony with dimensions of 180 m and 300 m is to be completely divided into equally large square areas with the largest possible area. Calculate how many such square areas can be obtained and determine the side length of the square.
- Square tiles
The room has dimensions of 12 meters and 5.6 meters. Determine the number of square tiles and their largest dimension to exactly cover the floor.
- Largest squares
How many of the largest square sheets did the plumber cut the honeycomb from 16 dm and 96 dm?
Hall has dimensions 325 &time; 170 dm. What is the largest size of square tiles that can be entire hall tiled and how many we need them?
- Cutting paper
Divide a rectangular paper with dimensions 220mm and 308mm into squares of the same size so that they are as large as possible. Specify the length of the side of the square.
- Glass panel
A rectangular glass panel with dimensions of 72 cm and 96 cm will cut the glazier on the largest square possible. What is the length of the side of each square? How many squares does the glazier cut?
The plumber had to cut the metal strip with dimensions 380 cm and 60 cm to the largest squares to no waste. Calculate the length of the sides of a square. How many squares cut it?
- Gardens colony
Gardens colony with dimensions of 180 m and 300 m are to be completely divided into the same large squares of the highest area. Calculate how many such squares can be obtained and determine the length of the square side.
- Paper squares
The paper rectangle measuring 69 cm and 46 cm should be cut into as many squares as possible. Calculate the lengths of squares and their number.
- The tickets
The tickets to the show cost some integer number greater than 1. Also, the sum of the price of the children's and adult tickets, as well as their product, was the power of the prime number. Find all possible ticket prices.
The garden has the shape of a rectangle measuring 19m20cm and 21m60cm. Mr. Novák will fence it. It wants the distance between adjacent pillars to be at least two meters and a maximum of three meters. He would also like the distances between the adjacent p
- Bricks pyramid
How many 50cm x 32cm x 30cm brick needed to built a 272m x 272m x 278m pyramid?
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