# The most viewed math problems

- Three cats

If three cats eat three mice in three minutes, after which time 260 cats eat 260 mice? - Brick weight

The brick weighs 2 kg and a half bricks. How much does one brick weigh? - Chocolate

Leslie bought 8 same chocolates for 16 Eur. How many euros will he pay for 25 chocolates? - Divisibility

Is the number 761082 exactly divisible by 9? (the result is the integer and/or remainder is zero) - Family

A man and a woman have 6 daughters together (or - "with each-other" so that step-children are excluded). Each daughter has one brother. How many members are in the immediate family? - Chickens

2 chickens give 2 eggs in 2 days. How many eggs can give 8 chickens for 8 days? - Subtraction

How many times you can subtract the number 4 from the number 64? - Cyclist

A cyclist passes 88 km in 4 hours. How many kilometers he pass in 8 hours? - 7 heroes

9 heroes galloping on 9 horses behind. How many ways can sort them behind? - Right Δ

A right triangle has the length of one leg 11 cm and length of the hypotenuse 61 cm. Calculate the height of the triangle. - Logic

A man can drink a barrel of water for 26 days, woman for 48 days. How many days will a barrel last between them? - Inflation

What is better for people (employees)? ? - Flags

How many different flags can be made from colors red, yellow, blue, green, white so that each flag consisted of three different colors? - Vans

In how many ways can 9 shuttle vans line up at the airport? - One half

One half of ? is: ? - Holidays

Calculate how many hours take holidays, if take 5 weeks. - Ace

From complete sets of playing cards (32 cards), we pulled out one card. What is the probability of pulling the ace? - Textbooks

After check of textbooks found that every 10-th textbook should be withdrawn. Together 58 textbooks were withdrawn. How many textbooks were in stock before withdrawn and how many after withdrawn? - Orchard

10 trees in 5 lines grows in the orchard. How many trees are in the orchard? - Homeless Dezider

Homeless Dežko has 9 coins in jacket: Calculate the value of its assets and calculate how many bottles of wine for 0.55 EUR can he buy.

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