Volume + subtraction - math problems

Number of problems found: 42

  • Lemonade
    During a contest, Karlo drank 1 3/4 liters of lemonade and Ralph drank 1 ½ liters . Who drank more lemonade and by how much?
  • A box 3
    A box delivery truck consumes 12 gallons of gasoline in three days of 2 4/5 gallons of gas or consumes on the first day and three and 710 gallons or consumed on the second day. How much is consumed on the third day?
  • Math:
    Math: solve each problem. 1. for the school's intramurals, a group of students prepared 23 1/2 liters of lemonade to sell. They had 3 5/8 liters leftover. How many liters of lemonade were sold? 2. My mother bought 3 3/4 kg of beef, 23/5 kg of pork, and 5
  • Gasoline fuel 2
    Mike's budget for his gasoline fuel is 2000.00 a month and he saved the rest. At the end of the month he checked his gasoline slips and found he had used the following amounts of gasoline 9.71 liters,10.23 liters,17.8 liters,6.31 liters and 8.47 liters. I
  • Benhur
    Benhur boiled 1 1/4 liters of water in a kettle. After 10 1/2 minutes he measured the water again. It had 3/4 liters left in the kettle. What is the amount of water that evaporates every minutes?
  • A burger
    The water starts with 41 1/4 cups of water how much water is left after ten 3 5/8 Scoops of water are removed?
  • Gavin
    Gavin had 3 gallons of orange juice ready to serve at the breakfast party. His family drank 2 ⅛ gallons. How much is left? Show your work with a numberline, area model or grid.
  • Bucket 4
    The bucket has 5/8 gallons of water. The bucket tips over, and 7/12 gallon of water pours out. How much water is left in the bucket, in gallons, written as a fraction?
  • Tom has
    Tom has a water tank that holds 5 gallons of water. Tom uses water from a full tank to fill 6 bottles that each hold 16 ounces and a pitcher that holds 1/2 gallon. How many ounces of water are left in the water tank?
  • Seven up
    Peter barman is making 8 gallons of Tropical trip punch. He has already poured in 1 3/4 gal of pineapple juice and 2 1/2 gal of orange juice. The only other ingredient us 7-Up. How much does 7-Up does Peter need?
  • Water overflow
    A rectangular container that has a length of 30 cm, a width of 20 cm, and a height of 24 cm is filled with water to a depth of 15 cm. When an additional 6.5 liters of water are poured into the container, some water overflows. How many liters of water over
  • Ali bought 2
    Ali bought 5/6 litre of milk. He drank 1/2 litre and his brother drank 1/6 litre. How much litre of milk left?
  • Ali bought
    Ali bought 5/6 litre of milk. He drank 1/2 litre and his brother drank 1/6 litre. How much litre of milk left?
  • Monica’s
    Monica's lawnmower had 1/8 of a gallon of gasoline in the tank. Monica started mowing and used all of the gasoline. She put 6/10 of a gallon of gasoline in the tank. After she mowed, 1/4 of a gallon was left in the tank. What was the total amount of gasol
  • Kenneth
    Kenneth is painting his kitchen and bathroom. He bought 5 gallons of paint to paint the two rooms. He uses 1/4 of that amount to paint the bathroom and the rest to paint the kitchen. How many gallons of paint did Kenneth use to paint the kitchen?
  • Glasses of juice
    Jake’s mom filled a 2-liter container with juice. Then Jake poured 2 glasses of juice. Each glass had exactly 400 milliliters of juice. How many liters of juice remain in the container?
  • Kevin
    Kevin is baking brownies and needs peanuts.  The recipe calls for 1 and 2/3 cups of peanuts.  Kevin only has 5/6 of a cup of peanuts.  How many more cups of peanuts does Kevin need to have the correct amount?
  • Metal balls
    Four metal balls with a diameter of 5 cm are placed in a measuring cylinder with an inner diameter of 10 cm. What is the smallest water volume to be poured into the cylinder so that all balls are below the water level?
  • Gallons and quarts
    5 gallons 2 quarts − 1 gallon 3 quarts = (Hint: 4 quarts equals 1 gallon. )
  • Three friends
    John, Peter, and Pablo each carried a 24 liters bucket full of water down the hill. After they reached the bottom, John's bucket was only 3/4 full, Peter's bucket was 2/3 full, and Pablo's was 1/6 full. How much liters of water did they spill altogether o

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