Practical Numbers and Arithmetic

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Identify the graph that best represents the relationship . . .Practical Algebra

The girl is 10% taller than the boy. In ten years, he . . .Practical Geometry

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How many pieces do you form with 6 cuts of a pizza? All . . .Practical Geometry

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A wooden cube measures 10 cm on an edge. What is the . . .Practical Geometry

Anna wraps ribbon around a present. She also needs 34 more . . .Practical Geometry

How many boxes measuring 0.3m x 0.2m x 1m can be packed . . .Practical Geometry

Which angle is largest?Practical Geometry

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What is the shortest path?Practical Geometry

John is building a flight of stairs. Each stair is the . . .Practical Geometry

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The Earth's diameter is 12,700 km. The horizon is 11 km . . .Practical Geometry

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A square garden is 401 square meters. The minimum . . .Practical Geometry

A boy is making boxes from cardboard. He is going to cut . . .Practical Geometry

Five boys A, B, C, D, and E live on State Street. At . . .Practical Geometry

The American flag consists of thirteen equally spaced, . . .Practical Geometry

A wire is wound around a circular rod. The wire goes . . .Practical Geometry

The three circles have fixed centers, and the diameter of a . . .Practical Geometry

A gardener has to reach the island in the middle of a pond . . .Practical Geometry

Bill mows the front lawn, which is a 7m by 10m rectangle. . . .Practical Geometry

A telephone company places round cables in round ducts. What position of the cables . . .Practical Geometry

If I tile a floor with 3000 regular hexagonal tiles as . . .Practical Geometry

What is the greatest number of possible points of . . .Practical Geometry

The smallest apple weights 100 grams. The largest apple . . .Practical Geometry

I placed together four identical triangle and the square . . .Practical Geometry

John cuts a large piece of cheese into small pieces using . . .Practical Geometry

A net can be folded into a cube. Which of the faces is . . .Practical Geometry

Anna takes a rope that is 16 meters long and creates a . . .Practical Geometry

The picture shows a tiling pattern which is made of square . . .Practical Geometry

Small blue squares have the same size. What share of the . . .Practical Geometry

The line is 0.25 millimeters thick and 8 kilometers long. . . .Practical Geometry

Fifteen billiard balls perfectly fit into a triangular . . .Practical Geometry

The diagram shows my square pond with a tree in each . . .Practical Geometry

The area of the white cross is 20% of the area of the . . .Practical Geometry

A honey bee is walking from point A to point B along the . . .Practical Geometry

Alex is framing a small flower box by four rectangle . . .Practical Geometry

An ant goes from point A to point B along the indicated . . .Practical Geometry

I blew some air into a spherical balloon and quadrupled its . . .Practical Geometry

Eight poles are evenly spaced on the circumference of a big . . .Practical Geometry

What is the angle between the hour hand and the minute hand . . .Practical Geometry

ISO (Word Standard) drawing sizes are 841 x 1189 . . .Practical Geometry

Guesstimation. How many tennis balls can fit in a school . . .Practical Geometry

The circles are equally spaced. Find 2 regions of equal . . .Practical Geometry

Find perimeter of a square that consists of two rectangles . . .Practical Geometry

A telephone company places round cables in round ducts. What position of the cables . . .Practical Geometry

Two towers have the same height. Find the ratio of the . . .Practical Geometry

If the area of the square is B and the area of the circle . . .Practical Geometry

The figure shows a vertical cross-section of a road. . . .Practical Geometry

What is the area of a garden? Practical Geometry

The large and small circles touch each other. What part . . .Practical Geometry

All three pathways consist of semi-circles. Which pathway . . .Practical Geometry

A piece of wire 75 cm in length is cut into two parts, one . . .Practical Data Analysis

We cut a stick of butter in half. It weighs 1 kilogram . . .Practical Data Analysis

Mark tosses a dime three times in a row. The tree diagram . . .Practical Data Analysis

A catering company places 14 people around six tables. . . .Practical Data Analysis

The slice that has been eaten had 11 mushrooms on it. . . .Practical Data Analysis

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John has an average of 89 on his three math exams. To . . .Practical Data Analysis

As each of five eggs is weighed, the average weight . . .Practical Data Analysis

Two princes and two princesses are ready to marry. . . .Practical Data Analysis

Dueling Idiots Problem: three idiots participate in a duel. . . .Practical Data Analysis

There are five traffic lights on River Avenue. In how . . .Practical Data Analysis

John sent an email to his three partners. Everybody . . .Practical Data Analysis

Thirty-three apples, or 66% of the total, were not sold. . . .Practical Data Analysis

Alex possesses 52% of a business and the rest belongs to . . .Practical Data Analysis

The picture shows a subway map. If it takes 3 minutes to . . .Practical Data Analysis

What was the balance in Bob's bank account on May 18?Practical Data Analysis

The map shows a toll road network with the prices for each . . .Practical Logic

Sixteen teams enter a hockey tournament. If there can be . . .Practical Logic

John has two parents and four grandparents. How many . . .Practical Logic

A river boat travels 2 km in 10 minutes with the current . . .Practical Logic

A melon slice weighs 5 kg, and 95% of the weight is from . . .Practical Logic

Which statement is NOT correct?Practical Logic

Pipe 1 can empty a full tank in 1 hour. Pipe 2 can empty . . .Practical Logic

The number of strawberry cones sold at an ice cream store . . .Practical Logic

Water flows through two pipes from F to G. As shown, there . . .Practical Logic

A password consists of three digits, from 0 to 9, followed . . .Practical Logic

A lady always arrives at the train station at exactly six . . .Practical Logic

The left 11-tooth gear turns at 124 revolutions per minute. . . .Practical Logic

I don't quite remember my five-digit password. The first . . .Practical Logic

There are 72 rabbits in Funnytown. The population of . . .Practical Logic

Bill buys oranges at five for $1 and sells at one for $5. . . .Practical Logic

Swiss trains leave from Zurich for Geneva every hour. The . . .Practical Logic

A cube consists of small black and white cubes. Two small . . .Practical Logic

How many ways can one travel from point H to point F if . . .Practical Logic

I have a collection of 44 songs that are each 4 minutes in . . .Practical Logic

I can buy Swiss cheese in boxes of 250 grams, 450 grams, . . .Practical Logic

Which is the single discount that is the same as three . . .Practical Logic

Construction work commenced on both sides of a 450 meter . . .Practical Logic

Bryan went for a haircut yesterday. He has 120000 strands . . .Practical Logic

The Ancient Olympic Games were held every four years. . . .Practical Logic

The figure shows the number of people required for the . . .Practical Logic

John is going to repair his house. There are three major . . .Practical Logic

A project manager has to determine whether to purchase or . . .Practical Logic

You are shrunk so that your height is equal to the diameter . . .Practical Logic

You have a part of a black-and-white map of a reef coast. . . .Practical Logic

Each of the 20 Knights of the Round Table clinked his mug . . .Practical Applied Math

A farmer bought 3 cows for $3000 and sold them for $4000. . . .Practical Applied Math

A team has $90.00 to buy balls. One ball costs $7. The . . .Practical Applied Math

We want to buy 120 kilograms of potatoes. Which is the . . .Practical Applied Math

A dozen balloons cost 48 cents. How many balloons cost 1 . . .Practical Applied Math

A farmer normally sells sheep for $200 each. This winter, . . .Practical Applied Math

John is making a rectangular flower box. He is using wood . . .Practical Applied Math

There are 12 men on a basketball team, and in a game 5 of . . .Practical Applied Math

Jim bought a laptop at 25% off the regular price of . . .Practical Applied Math

Which coupon should Bob use to save the most money on 2 . . .Practical Applied Math

Apples are sold in bags of four that cost $5 per bag, or . . .Practical Applied Math

It costs $24 to paint a cube. Before painting, we divide . . .Practical Applied Math

500 employees work for company XYZ, where the ratio of men . . .Practical Applied Math

Anna is a member of Greenland Velo's race team. This . . .Practical Applied Math

A 2-meter wide path is constructed around the outside of a . . .Practical Applied Math

Which of the following could be indicative of a successful business? Practical Applied Math

Tom is choosing between two brands of AA batteries for his . . .Practical Applied Math

A taxi company charges $1.75 for the first kilometer and 25 . . .Practical Applied Math

Jim sells 80 percent of pineapples he had and throws away . . .Practical Applied Math

A space rocket has 4 critical components, the failure of . . .Practical Applied Math

A bicyclist pedals downhill at 20 km/h (kilometers per . . .Practical Applied Math

If tip is 15% and you have no change, without using a . . .Practical Applied Math

The picture shows four supermarket lines, viewed from . . .Practical Applied Math

The space between these green square tiles is filled by . . .Practical Applied Math

The cross-section of the identical arc stones is a . . .Practical Applied Math

The traveling salesman problem: a salesman has to visit . . .Practical Applied Math

The Chinese postman problem: a postman wants to travel . . .Practical Applied Math

The diagram shows a road network. All cars drive in one . . .Practical Applied Math

I would like to rearrange the items in the six bins shown . . .Practical Applied Math

I use a room that is 7 x 11 to arrange five boxes. I . . .Practical Applied Math

I placed seven balls into a square box. Is it possible to . . .Practical Applied Math

How many chain links do I need to produce a 2.4-meter . . .Practical Applied Math

Which spring wire is longest?Practical Applied Math

To paint four solid white lines and two dashed white lines . . .Practical Applied Math

Benny Bunny starts jumping from a hole. Every leap is two . . .Practical Applied Math

Estimate the area of the lake shown on the right.Practical Applied Math

In a casino on a Sunday, 90% of the visitors lost $100 . . .Practical Applied Math

A chain with 3 links is 10 cm long. A chain made from 5 . . .Practical Applied Math

John works on a 12-month project. Forty percent of the . . .Practical Applied Math

Choose the best advice for a strategic decision to the top . . .Practical Applied Math

A project manager needs a car 3 days per week. The daily . . .Practical Applied Math

I can buy gold bars in boxes of 25 kilograms, 45 kilograms, . . .Practical Applied Math

The business of company A is 10% greater than the business . . .Practical Applied Math

The picture shows a simplified statement of income for . . .Practical Applied Math

I paid total $121 for a toy train and 10% tax. How much . . .Practical Applied Math

A piece of soap is 50x40x100 mm. A layer of 0.125 mm . . .Practical Applied Math

The diagram shows a road network. All cars drive in one . . .Practical Applied Math

I saw a light and heard a thunderclap 12 seconds later. . . .Practical Applied Math

Dan is expecting two important 10-minute phone calls today . . .Practical Applied Math

Seven apricots were dried and no longer include water. If . . .Practical Applied Math

Water weighs 1000 kg per cubic meter at 4 degrees Celsius. . . .Practical Applied Math

The picture shows the rectangular floor plan of the first . . .

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Captain Hook has two pieces of rope. One piece of rope . . .Practical Numbers and Arithmetic

A tap drips one drop of water every second. It takes 3000 . . .Practical Numbers and Arithmetic

Multiply all the digits of each license plate without . . .Practical Numbers and Arithmetic

A photographer will pay me $3600 per hour for every second . . .Practical Numbers and Arithmetic

Guesstimation. Anna has 100,000 strands of hair with an . . .Practical Algebra

Identify the graph that best represents the relationship . . .Practical Algebra

The girl is 10% taller than the boy. In ten years, he . . .Practical Geometry

Mrs. Johnson has a large piece of land (pictured here). . . .Practical Geometry

How many pieces do you form with 6 cuts of a pizza? All . . .Practical Geometry

How many bricks are needed to build these walls?Practical Geometry

Which figure can form a cube when folded on the dotted . . .Practical Geometry

A wooden cube measures 10 cm on an edge. What is the . . .Practical Geometry

Anna wraps ribbon around a present. She also needs 34 more . . .Practical Geometry

How many boxes measuring 0.3m x 0.2m x 1m can be packed . . .Practical Geometry

Which angle is largest?Practical Geometry

Which drawing represents the top view of this figure?Practical Geometry

A cross-shaped lawn has a 1-meter wide path that surrounds . . .Practical Geometry

What is the shortest path?Practical Geometry

John is building a flight of stairs. Each stair is the . . .Practical Geometry

A wheel with a red mark on it is rolled along a straight . . .Practical Geometry

I want to build a fence around a rectangular garden. The . . .Practical Geometry

The Earth's diameter is 12,700 km. The horizon is 11 km . . .Practical Geometry

Four towns are situated at the corners of a square. The . . .Practical Geometry

A mathematician wants to approximate the width of a lake. . . .Practical Geometry

A square garden is 401 square meters. The minimum . . .Practical Geometry

A boy is making boxes from cardboard. He is going to cut . . .Practical Geometry

Five boys A, B, C, D, and E live on State Street. At . . .Practical Geometry

The American flag consists of thirteen equally spaced, . . .Practical Geometry

A wire is wound around a circular rod. The wire goes . . .Practical Geometry

The three circles have fixed centers, and the diameter of a . . .Practical Geometry

A gardener has to reach the island in the middle of a pond . . .Practical Geometry

Bill mows the front lawn, which is a 7m by 10m rectangle. . . .Practical Geometry

A telephone company places round cables in round ducts. What position of the cables . . .Practical Geometry

If I tile a floor with 3000 regular hexagonal tiles as . . .Practical Geometry

What is the greatest number of possible points of . . .Practical Geometry

The smallest apple weights 100 grams. The largest apple . . .Practical Geometry

I placed together four identical triangle and the square . . .Practical Geometry

John cuts a large piece of cheese into small pieces using . . .Practical Geometry

A net can be folded into a cube. Which of the faces is . . .Practical Geometry

Anna takes a rope that is 16 meters long and creates a . . .Practical Geometry

The picture shows a tiling pattern which is made of square . . .Practical Geometry

Small blue squares have the same size. What share of the . . .Practical Geometry

The line is 0.25 millimeters thick and 8 kilometers long. . . .Practical Geometry

Fifteen billiard balls perfectly fit into a triangular . . .Practical Geometry

The diagram shows my square pond with a tree in each . . .Practical Geometry

The area of the white cross is 20% of the area of the . . .Practical Geometry

A honey bee is walking from point A to point B along the . . .Practical Geometry

Alex is framing a small flower box by four rectangle . . .Practical Geometry

An ant goes from point A to point B along the indicated . . .Practical Geometry

I blew some air into a spherical balloon and quadrupled its . . .Practical Geometry

Eight poles are evenly spaced on the circumference of a big . . .Practical Geometry

What is the angle between the hour hand and the minute hand . . .Practical Geometry

ISO (Word Standard) drawing sizes are 841 x 1189 . . .Practical Geometry

Guesstimation. How many tennis balls can fit in a school . . .Practical Geometry

The circles are equally spaced. Find 2 regions of equal . . .Practical Geometry

Find perimeter of a square that consists of two rectangles . . .Practical Geometry

A telephone company places round cables in round ducts. What position of the cables . . .Practical Geometry

Two towers have the same height. Find the ratio of the . . .Practical Geometry

If the area of the square is B and the area of the circle . . .Practical Geometry

The figure shows a vertical cross-section of a road. . . .Practical Geometry

What is the area of a garden? Practical Geometry

The large and small circles touch each other. What part . . .Practical Geometry

All three pathways consist of semi-circles. Which pathway . . .Practical Geometry

A piece of wire 75 cm in length is cut into two parts, one . . .Practical Data Analysis

We cut a stick of butter in half. It weighs 1 kilogram . . .Practical Data Analysis

Mark tosses a dime three times in a row. The tree diagram . . .Practical Data Analysis

A catering company places 14 people around six tables. . . .Practical Data Analysis

The slice that has been eaten had 11 mushrooms on it. . . .Practical Data Analysis

In a class, 90% of the students earned As grades on the . . .Practical Data Analysis

John has an average of 89 on his three math exams. To . . .Practical Data Analysis

As each of five eggs is weighed, the average weight . . .Practical Data Analysis

Two princes and two princesses are ready to marry. . . .Practical Data Analysis

Dueling Idiots Problem: three idiots participate in a duel. . . .Practical Data Analysis

There are five traffic lights on River Avenue. In how . . .Practical Data Analysis

John sent an email to his three partners. Everybody . . .Practical Data Analysis

Thirty-three apples, or 66% of the total, were not sold. . . .Practical Data Analysis

Alex possesses 52% of a business and the rest belongs to . . .Practical Data Analysis

The picture shows a subway map. If it takes 3 minutes to . . .Practical Data Analysis

What was the balance in Bob's bank account on May 18?Practical Data Analysis

The map shows a toll road network with the prices for each . . .Practical Logic

Sixteen teams enter a hockey tournament. If there can be . . .Practical Logic

John has two parents and four grandparents. How many . . .Practical Logic

A river boat travels 2 km in 10 minutes with the current . . .Practical Logic

A melon slice weighs 5 kg, and 95% of the weight is from . . .Practical Logic

Which statement is NOT correct?Practical Logic

Pipe 1 can empty a full tank in 1 hour. Pipe 2 can empty . . .Practical Logic

The number of strawberry cones sold at an ice cream store . . .Practical Logic

Water flows through two pipes from F to G. As shown, there . . .Practical Logic

A password consists of three digits, from 0 to 9, followed . . .Practical Logic

A lady always arrives at the train station at exactly six . . .Practical Logic

The left 11-tooth gear turns at 124 revolutions per minute. . . .Practical Logic

I don't quite remember my five-digit password. The first . . .Practical Logic

There are 72 rabbits in Funnytown. The population of . . .Practical Logic

Bill buys oranges at five for $1 and sells at one for $5. . . .Practical Logic

Swiss trains leave from Zurich for Geneva every hour. The . . .Practical Logic

A cube consists of small black and white cubes. Two small . . .Practical Logic

How many ways can one travel from point H to point F if . . .Practical Logic

I have a collection of 44 songs that are each 4 minutes in . . .Practical Logic

I can buy Swiss cheese in boxes of 250 grams, 450 grams, . . .Practical Logic

Which is the single discount that is the same as three . . .Practical Logic

Construction work commenced on both sides of a 450 meter . . .Practical Logic

Bryan went for a haircut yesterday. He has 120000 strands . . .Practical Logic

The Ancient Olympic Games were held every four years. . . .Practical Logic

The figure shows the number of people required for the . . .Practical Logic

John is going to repair his house. There are three major . . .Practical Logic

A project manager has to determine whether to purchase or . . .Practical Logic

You are shrunk so that your height is equal to the diameter . . .Practical Logic

You have a part of a black-and-white map of a reef coast. . . .Practical Logic

Each of the 20 Knights of the Round Table clinked his mug . . .Practical Applied Math

A farmer bought 3 cows for $3000 and sold them for $4000. . . .Practical Applied Math

A team has $90.00 to buy balls. One ball costs $7. The . . .Practical Applied Math

We want to buy 120 kilograms of potatoes. Which is the . . .Practical Applied Math

A dozen balloons cost 48 cents. How many balloons cost 1 . . .Practical Applied Math

A farmer normally sells sheep for $200 each. This winter, . . .Practical Applied Math

John is making a rectangular flower box. He is using wood . . .Practical Applied Math

There are 12 men on a basketball team, and in a game 5 of . . .Practical Applied Math

Jim bought a laptop at 25% off the regular price of . . .Practical Applied Math

Which coupon should Bob use to save the most money on 2 . . .Practical Applied Math

Apples are sold in bags of four that cost $5 per bag, or . . .Practical Applied Math

It costs $24 to paint a cube. Before painting, we divide . . .Practical Applied Math

500 employees work for company XYZ, where the ratio of men . . .Practical Applied Math

Anna is a member of Greenland Velo's race team. This . . .Practical Applied Math

A 2-meter wide path is constructed around the outside of a . . .Practical Applied Math

Which of the following could be indicative of a successful business? Practical Applied Math

Tom is choosing between two brands of AA batteries for his . . .Practical Applied Math

A taxi company charges $1.75 for the first kilometer and 25 . . .Practical Applied Math

Jim sells 80 percent of pineapples he had and throws away . . .Practical Applied Math

A space rocket has 4 critical components, the failure of . . .Practical Applied Math

A bicyclist pedals downhill at 20 km/h (kilometers per . . .Practical Applied Math

If tip is 15% and you have no change, without using a . . .Practical Applied Math

The picture shows four supermarket lines, viewed from . . .Practical Applied Math

The space between these green square tiles is filled by . . .Practical Applied Math

The cross-section of the identical arc stones is a . . .Practical Applied Math

The traveling salesman problem: a salesman has to visit . . .Practical Applied Math

The Chinese postman problem: a postman wants to travel . . .Practical Applied Math

The diagram shows a road network. All cars drive in one . . .Practical Applied Math

I would like to rearrange the items in the six bins shown . . .Practical Applied Math

I use a room that is 7 x 11 to arrange five boxes. I . . .Practical Applied Math

I placed seven balls into a square box. Is it possible to . . .Practical Applied Math

How many chain links do I need to produce a 2.4-meter . . .Practical Applied Math

Which spring wire is longest?Practical Applied Math

To paint four solid white lines and two dashed white lines . . .Practical Applied Math

Benny Bunny starts jumping from a hole. Every leap is two . . .Practical Applied Math

Estimate the area of the lake shown on the right.Practical Applied Math

In a casino on a Sunday, 90% of the visitors lost $100 . . .Practical Applied Math

A chain with 3 links is 10 cm long. A chain made from 5 . . .Practical Applied Math

John works on a 12-month project. Forty percent of the . . .Practical Applied Math

Choose the best advice for a strategic decision to the top . . .Practical Applied Math

A project manager needs a car 3 days per week. The daily . . .Practical Applied Math

I can buy gold bars in boxes of 25 kilograms, 45 kilograms, . . .Practical Applied Math

The business of company A is 10% greater than the business . . .Practical Applied Math

The picture shows a simplified statement of income for . . .Practical Applied Math

I paid total $121 for a toy train and 10% tax. How much . . .Practical Applied Math

A piece of soap is 50x40x100 mm. A layer of 0.125 mm . . .Practical Applied Math

The diagram shows a road network. All cars drive in one . . .Practical Applied Math

I saw a light and heard a thunderclap 12 seconds later. . . .Practical Applied Math

Dan is expecting two important 10-minute phone calls today . . .Practical Applied Math

Seven apricots were dried and no longer include water. If . . .Practical Applied Math

Water weighs 1000 kg per cubic meter at 4 degrees Celsius. . . .Practical Applied Math

The picture shows the rectangular floor plan of the first . . .

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