ID 500

There are 48 students in the seventh grade.
There are five boys for every three girls in the seventh grade.

How many boys are in the seventh grade?

ID 510

Which of these gives the smallest answer?

ID 517

A school store's expenses and sales for a three-week period are shown in the table.

Find the store's profit for 3 weeks.

( profit = sales - expenses )

ID 529

A city of 1,111,000 residents had a total of 111 car accidents last year. There are 111,000 cars in the city.

What was the car accident rate per 1,000 cars?

ID 537

There are 16 pieces in a bag.

You are going to take one piece out of the bag without looking.

Which shape would you be most likely to draw?

ID 544

John's hourly wage increases from \$8 to \$10.

Find the percent of change.

ID 1023

Which percentage of the grid is blue?

ID 1359

Bobby writes each letter of his name on a separate card.
He randomly picks one card.

What is the probability that the card is a "B"?

ID 1379

Six standard dice are rolled and the numbers on the top faces are added together.

How many different sums are possible?

ID 1448

Figure out the mean of the four numbers:

41 32 23 14

ID 1454

Figure out the mean of the numbers of dots on the faces of a die.

ID 1590

The picture shows statistics regarding visits to the website aplusclick.com from different cities around the world.
The size of each circle is proportional to the number of visits.
From which continent does the site receive the most visits?

ID 1611

Fifty-two percent of Funnytown's households have children and 25% have pets.

If 12% have both, what percent have neither?

ID 1736

What is the average of this money?

ID 1742

Find the average of the numbers.

ID 1745

What share of the large square is gray?

ID 1788

Which shape cannot be folded to form an open box?

ID 1934

Alex is framing a small flower box by four rectangular bricks.

If the green area represents 40% of the total area what, is the area of one brick?

ID 1963

The base of the tetrahedral pyramid is a square.
How many balls are there in the whole pyramid?

ID 1988

Each term of a sequence of positive numbers starting from the third is the sum of its two predecessors.
The first term of the sequence is 1 and the seventh term is 45.

Which is the second term?

ID 2074

Find the average amount of money in an envelope.

ID 2160

I arranged eight wooden sticks in the shape of a fish.

What is the minimum number of sticks that must be moved to make the fish face the opposite direction?

ID 2303

"1" costs \$10;
"20" costs \$20;

How much does "100" cost?

ID 2306

How many seconds are there in a year?

ID 2311

How many letters are there in the word?

ID 2317

Find the average of the numbers.

ID 2318

Which is the most frequent number in the picture?

ID 2861

Find the mean for the following data set

70 88 97 99 100 100 101 103 112 130.

ID 2872

123 is what percent of 1234?

ID 2896

Find the best approximation

ID 2901

There are 24 pieces of candy in the jar.

Estimate how much candy will be in the jar when it is 2 /3 full.

ID 2905

Alex will flip a dime 55 times.

How many times should Alex expect to get tails when he flips the coin?

ID 2906

Alex will flip a dime 11 times.

How many times should Alex expect to get tails when he flips the coin?

ID 2921

In order to earn an A, students need to score at least 90% on the final test.

Who got an A in the class?

ID 2957

There are 16 pieces in a bag.

You are going to take one piece out of the bag without looking.

Which shape would you be least likely to draw?

ID 3061

If 40% of a number is 55, what is 44% of that number?

ID 3292

Anna picks one ball from a box without looking.

From which box is there the smallest probability of picking a blue ball?

ID 3293

Into which set should 93 be placed?

ID 3535

What is the average of the numbers on a clock?

ID 3633

The diagram shows my Sunday morning activities.

If I do all these activities one after another how much time does it take?

ID 3664

At most how many knights can sit around a round table if they must be separated by at least one lady?

There are 21 chairs around the table.

ID 3830

In a girls' school with 880 students, there are 33 absent.
What is the percentage of students who are absent?

ID 3886

The map shows a toll road network with the prices for each part of the road.

What is the lowest price I could pay for a trip from A to F?

ID 3896

A real estate agent sold a house for \$400,000.
The broker received an 8% commission and the agent received 40% of that commission.

How much did the agent receive?

ID 3988

If A = \$1, B = \$2, C = \$3, ..., and Z = \$26, how much is the phrase

I AM RICH

worth?

ID 3996

If the pattern continues to the right and the necklace contains 74 beads, how many of them are black?

ID 4172

Which of the following sales commissions is greatest?

ID 4196

What is the average number of letters in the words?

ID 4336

I shoot arrows at the target.
When I miss the target, I get zero points.
I shoot two arrows and add the number of points.

Which of the following sums cannot be my score?

ID 4385

Banzai is a traditional Japanese exclamation meaning "ten thousand years."
The sign under the bonsai tree says that it comes to Europe from China and it is 500 years old.

If it will really live ten thousand years what percentage of its life has already passed?

ID 4641

Estimate the number of keys on the keyboard.

ID 4992

How many hours are there in quarter of a third of a half of a week?

ID 5046

You have more shoes than an average child in your country.

This statement is . . .

ID 5070

What percent of 25 apples is 6 apples?

ID 5131

Out of 15 students, 9 are girls.

What percent of the students are boys?

ID 5333

Eleven consecutive integers have a sum of 11, what is their product?

ID 5346

How many possible outcomes for the sum of dots are there from rolling two fair six-sided dice?

ID 5432

The dots on opposite faces of a dice add up to 7.

The score is the total number of dots you can see.

Which number is face down if you score 16?

ID 5446

Mario has 99 lives remaining and 9 levels to complete. He loses 2 lives on the first level.
He loses 2 lives more than on the previous level on each level he completes.

How many lives will he have left after completing the 9 levels?

ID 5487

On a number line, point A is halfway between 1 and 11, and point B is halfway between point A and 22.

What number is halfway between point B and 44?

ID 5671

What is the largest number of X's you can place on the 4x4 board without making four-in-a-line either vertically or horizontally?

ID 5737

How many years does it take to earn a million (106) dollars if you are paid \$25 an hour and work 40 hours a week for 50 weeks a year and you don't pay tax?

ID 5811

Find the sum of the numbers.

ID 5817

Find the average of the digits.

Average is a calculated central value of a set of numbers (digits in this case).

ID 5872

Count the number of 2-digit positive integers in which the first digit is greater than the second digit.

ID 6301

A magazine about gardening has 132 pages with photographs.

If there are 6 photographs per page on average, estimate the number of photograph in the magazine.

ID 6385

In the diagram on the right, each path from top to bottom correctly spells the word LOGIC.

What is the total number of different paths in the diagram?

ID 6403

The 4 × 400 metres relay is an athletics track event in which teams consist of four runners who each complete 400 metres or one lap. Relay race runners typically carry a relay baton which they must transfer between teammates.

Anna runs a complete lap in 1 minute, 8 seconds; Betty in 1 minute, 16 seconds; Cindy in 1 minute, 12 seconds; and Dianna in 56 seconds.

How much faster is the best runner compared to the average team result?

ID 6526

Picture shows a target that indicates the scores the arrows can make.

What is the number of different scores you can get if all your four arrows landed on the target?

ID 6726

Spotting patterns is very important.

Can you spot which number doesn't fit the pattern?

231,   248,   266,   282,   316,   333,   350,   367, . . .

Author: Leslie Green

ID 6804

For every four problems that Evguenia solves correctly, one has a small mistake.

In total, she solved 35 problems.

What is the percentage of correctly solved problems?

ID 7328

Jane has 30 cherries.
She decided that each day she would eat half of the cherries that were left, plus an extra one.

Over how many days does she eat the cherries?

ID 7386

Sort the numbers from the smallest to the largest.

What place does 3 take?