# Math word problems

Mathematical word problems allow you to practice your mathematics knowledge in everyday life tasks. Word problems train to understand, translate into the mathematical language (e.g., equations), solve it, and check the accuracy and solution discussion.

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418surface area

283cuboid

197prism

179cylinder

173cube

112pyramid

111sphere

101cone

61volume

27frustum

1431equation

204divisibility

79sets

150probability

110variations

147mean

520division

307subtracting

302adding

255square root

136rounding

121comparing

915time

813length

805volume

536angle

513money

394mass

378area

366velocity

127density

50energy

29power

1104triangle

455circle

380perimeter

332rectangle

257square

226diagonal

142trapezoid

108polygon

93rhombus

39chord

24annulus

19rhomboid

themes, topics

248work

97line

59vector

927reason

683percentages

553ratio

36per mil

33minimum

32maximum

15modulo

664fractions

94integers

154sine

139cosine

138tangent

27arcsine

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- Complete construction

Construct triangle ABC if hypotenuse c = 7 cm and angle ABC = 30 degrees. / Use Thales' theorem - circle /. Measure and write down the length of legs. - 2nd class variations

From how many elements you can create 2450 variations of the second class? - Positive integers

Several positive integers are written on the paper. Michaella only remembered that each number was half the sum of all the other numbers. How many numbers could be written on paper? - Chicken and rabbits (classic)

Grandmother breeding chickens and rabbits. It found that the yard has 35 heads and 108 legs. How many chickens and rabbits breeding in the yard? - Sum on dice

We have two dice. What is the greater likelihood of fall a total sum 7 or 8 ? (write 7, 8 or 0 if the probabilities are the same)? - The bar chart

The bar chart shows the results of the math test. How many% of pupils achieved approximately better results than the average of the class? Diagram: 1-10 pupils, 2-4 pupils, 3-6 pupils, 4-2 pupils, 5-4 pupils. (lowest result are better) - Cyclo trip

Eighth-graders took a full-day trip on a cycling course. They took 1/7 of the route to the first break and added another 3/7 of the route to lunch. They had 18 km left to the finish. How many kilometers did the trip route measure? - Birthdate

Jane on birthday brought 30 lollipops and 24 chewing gum for their friends. How many friends has, if everyone receives the same number of lollipops and chewing gums? How much chewing gum and lollipops got any friend? - Two trains

Two trains departed from City A and City B against each other. They met after some time. The first train then took 9 hours to reach city B, and the second train took 4 hours to reach city A. In what proportion were the train speeds? - Trench

The trench is a four-sided prism. The cross section has a trapezoidal shape with basements of 4m and 6m, the length of the trench is 30m. What is the depth of the trench if we dig 60,000 l of soil. - Three pumps together

One pump fills the tank in 1.5 hours, the second in 2 hours, and the third in 3 hours 20 minutes. How many minutes will the tank fill with three pumps if they work simultaneously? - Time

Write time in minutes rounded to one decimal place: 5 h 28 m 26 s. - On Sunday

On Sunday the temperature reached a high of 38° above 0. That night it dropped to 23° below 0. What is the difference between the high and low temperatures for Sunday? - Isosceles triangle 8

If the rate of the sides an isosceles triangle is 7:6:7, find the base angle correct to the nearest degree. - Axial cut

The cone surface is 388.84 cm^{2}, the axial cut is an equilateral triangle. Find the cone volume. - Cakes

Grandmother baked cakes. Half of its was poppy, quarter with plum jam and 16 cheesecakes. How many cakes she baked in total? - Cube 6

Surface area of one wall cube is 1600 cm square. How many liters of water can fit into the cube?

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