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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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  • Mappings of complex numbers
    Find the images of the following points under mappings: z=3-2j w=2zj+j-1
  • Euclid1
    Right triangle has hypotenuse c = 27 cm. How large sections cuts height hc=3 cm on the hypotenuse c?
  • Type of triangle
    How do I find the triangle type if the angle ratio is 2:3:7?
  • Lowest terms
    Reduce to the lowest terms: 32/124
  • Sum 1-6
    Find the sum of the geometric progression 3, 15, 75,… to six terms.
  • Magic number
    The number 135 split to two addends so that one addend was 30 greater than 2/5 the addend.
  • Two fraction equation
    Find d value of q in the equation 30/16=q/48.
  • Expressions
    Let k represent an unknown number, express the following expressions: 1. The sum of the number n and two 2. The quotient of the numbers n and nine 3. Twice the number n 4. The difference between nine and the number n 5. Nine less than the number n
  • Two pipes
    How long will the pool be filled with a double supply pipe if it takes the pool to fill the first pipe by 4 hours longer and the second pipe 9 hours longer than both pipes open at the same time?
  • The tourist
    The tourist will cross a 5 km long section in 3 hours. Part of the journey goes at a speed of 0.8 m/s and the other part at a speed of 0.4 m/s. Find the length of the first and second part of the journey.
  • The perimeter
    The triangle has one side 5 cm long and the another 11 cm long. What can be the smallest and what is the largest perimeter?
  • Central Park
    Central Park is a rectangular park in New York City and the map scale is 1 cm: 320 m (It means 1 cm on the map represents 320 m in the real world. ). Find the north-south distance if the length on the map is 2.5 cm.
  • Stacks
    Annie has a total of $ 702. The money must be divided into stacks so that each buyer has the same amount of dollars. How many options she has?
  • Prism
    The base of a perpendicular triangular prism is a right triangle with legs 4.5 cm and 6 cm long. What is the surface of the prism, if its volume is 54 cubic centimeters?
  • Gasholder
    The gasholder has spherical shape with a diameter 23 m. How many m3 can hold in?
  • The cyclist
    The cyclist went from village to town. The first half of the journey went at 20 km/h. The second half of the journey, which mostly fell, went at 39 km/h. All journey took 88 minutes. Calculate the distance from the village to the town.
  • The lift
    The lift can fit four people. How many uphill rides must the lift make to move up 12 passengers?


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