# 4th grade - math 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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- Two geometric progressions

Insert several numbers between numbers 6 and 384 so that they form with the given GP numbers and that the following applies: a) the sum of all numbers is 510 And for another GP to apply: b) the sum of entered numbers is -132 (These are two different geome - Irregular pentagon

A rectangle-shaped, 16 x 4 cm strip of paper is folded lengthwise so that the lower right corner is applied to the upper left corner. What area does the pentagon have? - The shadow

The shadow of a 1 m high pole thrown on a horizontal plane is 0.8 m long. At the same time, the shadow of a tree thrown on a horizontal plane is 6.4 m. Determine the height of the tree. - Price reduction

The price of the camera is 654 USD on sale. They reduced its price to 411 USD. Calculate the percentage reduction in the price of the camera. - Slope of track

Calculate the average slope (in permille and even in degrees) of the rail tracks between Prievidza (309 m AMSL) and Nitrianske Pravno (354 m AMSL), if the track is 11 km long. - Non linear eqs

Solve the system of non-linear equations: 3x^{2}-3x-y=-2 -6x^{2}-x-y=-7 - Markup

A store pays $370 for a bicycle. The percent of markup is 19%. What is the selling price of the bike? - Sum of the seventeen numbers

The sum of the 17 different natural numbers is 154. Determine the sum of the two largest ones. - The amphitheater

The amphitheater has the shape of a semicircle, the spectators sit on the perimeter of the semicircle, the stage forms the diameter of the semicircle. Which of the spectators P, Q, R, S, T sees the stage at the greatest viewing angle? - From plasticine

Michael modeled from plasticine a 15 cm high pyramid with a rectangular base with the sides of the base a = 12 cm and b = 8 cm. From this pyramid, Janka modeled a rotating cone with a base diameter d = 10 cm. How tall was Janka's cone? - Cans

How many m^{2}of metal sheet is needed to produce 20,000 cans in the shape of a cylinder with a base radius and a height of 5 cm. - Three ints

The sum of three consecutive integers is 2016. What numbers are they? - Diamond

The side length of the diamond is 35 cm, and the length of the diagonal is 56 cm. Calculate the height and length of the second diagonal. - Tyron

Tyron attended his online class 2 hours a day. He already attend 1 3/4 hours, how many more hours will Tyron attend his class? - Bottles of juice

How many 2-liter bottles of juice need to buy if you want to transfer juice to 50 pitchers rotary cone shape with a diameter of 24 cm and base side length of 1.5 dm. - Simple equation 9

Solve the following equation: -8y+5=-9y+9 - XY triangle

Determine the area of a triangle given by line 7x+8y-69=0 and coordinate axes x and y.

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