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MATH PROBLEMS
Misc. math problems to solve
Philip P. Kapusta
Q:Nine more than 4 times a certain number is 29. What is the number?
A:5
A:7
A:12
A:18
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Q:Find three consecutive integers whose sum is 174.
A:45, 46, 48
A:57, 58, 59
A:61, 62, 63
A:67, 68, 69
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Q:When 9 is added to 7 times a certain number, the result is equal to subtracting 3 from 10 times the number. What is the number?
A:2
A:4
A:7
A:12
A:13
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Q:Find the number whose double exceeds 70 by as much as the number itself is less than 80.
A:10
A:34
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Q:If 2x-3 stands for 29, for what number does 4+x stand?
A:9
A:12
A:16
A:20
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Q:Separate 197 into two parts such that the smaller part divides into the greater 5 times, with a remainder of 23.
A:45, 67
A:12, 340
A:29, 168
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Q:In a group of 90 persons, composed of men, women, and children, there are 3 times as many children as men, and twice as many women as men. How many are there of each?
A:10 men, 20 women, 30 children
A:15 men, 30 women, 45 children
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Q:Thirty-one times a certain number is as much above 40 as 9 times the number is below 40. What is the number?
A:2
A:4
A:13
A:16
A:20
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Q:The sum of 56 and some number equals 9 times that number. Find it.
A:5
A:6
A:7
A:8
A:9
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Q:Solve: 1 + 2 + 3
A:5
A:6
A:12
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Q:Solve: 5 + _ = 10
A:5
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Q:Solve: 7 + 12 + __ = 30
A:11
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Q:Solve: 20 + 40 = _
A:60
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Q:Solve: 41 + 22 = _
A:63
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Q:512 + 360 + 21 = 893. Is this statement "true" or "false"? _
A:True
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Q:7 + 1 = _
A:8
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Q:Is 12 inches added to 18 inches equal to 2 feet and 6 inches? Answer "Yes" or "No". _
A:Yes
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Q:2 + 4 =
A:1 + 3
A:2 + 6
A:1 + 5
A:3 + 4
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Q:1 + _ = 1
A:0
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Q:89 + _ + _ = 91
A:1
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Q:67 + ___ = 175
A:108
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