Time + inverse relationship - math problems
Number of problems found: 68
Both the shoemaker and his apprentice repaired his shoes. The apprentice worked for 6 days and repaired 10 pairs of shoes every day. The shoemaker did the same job in 4 days. How many pairs of shoes did the shoemaker repair per day?
- A lot of hay
Martin's grandfather weighed a lot of hay and calculated that for 15 rabbits it last in 100 days. How many days will this lot be enough for 25 rabbits?
- Book reading
Suzan reads a book. If she read half an hour a day, she would read it in nine days. How many minutes does he have to read a day if he wants to read it three days earlier?
- Five combers
Five combers harvest 12 rows of strawberries in 4 hours. How many rows of strawberries will two combers harvest in 10 hours?
- Six workers
Six workers earned a total of CZK 12,600 per week on the construction site (5 working days). How much do 7 workers earn in 10 days with the same daily average salary?
- Hectares of forest
12 workers plant 24 ha of forest in 6 days. In how many days will 15 people and 12 people plant the same area?
- Fast tourists
If three tourists pass the route in 5 hours, how long will the same route take six equally fast tourists?
- The farmer
The farmer calculated that the supply of fodder for his 20 cows was enough for 60 days. He decided to sell 2 cows and a third of the feed. How long will the feed for the rest of the peasant's herd last?
- Three workshops
One workshop can complete the task in 48 days, the second in 30 days and the third in 20 days. In how many days would the task be completed if all workshops worked?
- Hay bags
4 cows eat 16 hay bags in 5 days. How many bags will eat 5 cows in 7 days?
- Working together
Two people will do the work in 12 days. They worked together for 8 days. Then only one worked for 10 days. How many days would each of them do the work if he worked alone?
The sound travels 1 km in about 3 seconds. How far is the storm if there is a time interval of 8 seconds between lightning and thunder?
- Two masters
The two masters will make as many parts as five apprentices at the same time. An eight-hour shift begins at 6 o'clock. When can a master finish the job to produce just as much as an apprentice for the whole shift?
- Five pumps
The water tank is filled with two pumps in 48 minutes. How long would it take to fill it with 5 same pumps?
- Temporary workers
Three temporary workers work in the warehouse and unload the goods in 9 hours. In what time would five temporary workers unload the same products?
- Five inlets
The tank can be filled with five equally powerful inlets. If the tank is filled by four of these inlets, it takes a total of 30 minutes to fill one-third of the tank. How many minutes does it take to fill an empty tank if it is filled with all five inlets
- Cook on gas
The gas cylinder will last for 30 weekends for 2 hours of daily cooking. How many days will we be able to cook on a new cylinder when we cook 3 hours a day?
- Assembly parts
Nine machines produce 1,800 parts on nine machines. How many hours will it produce 2 100 parts on seven such machines?
- Worker's performance
15 workers paint 180 m fence in 3 days. In how many days will 9 workers paint a 360 m fence? We assume that each worker have the same, constant and unchangeable performance.
- Six students
Two pupils painted the class in four hours. How long will it take for six pupils?
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