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Is -99 + 88 – 77 + 66 – 55 + 44 – 33 + 22 – 11 + 0 + 11 x 5 negative or . . .
What is the smallest number that is evenly divisible by all of the numbers from . . .
The last digit of the number 7
^{77}
is
How many whole numbers between 1 and 1000 do not contain the digit 9?
The North American emergency telephone number is 911. How many three-digit . . .
What number is greater than 9/10 and smaller than 10/11?
Which number is halfway between 1/4 and 1/8?
What is the difference between the sum of the first 2012 even positive numbers . . .
How many two-digit numbers have exactly five divisors including 1 and . . .
Work out the sum of all the integers below 100.
Is -99 + 88 – 77 + 66 – 55 + 44 – 33 + 22 – 11 + 0 x 11111 negative or . . .
The last digit of the number 9
^{100}
is
The North American emergency telephone number is 911. It is a prime number. . . .
Which number is halfway between 1/8 and 1/10 ?
In a list of five numbers, the product of the first three numbers, the last . . .
What is the smallest possible difference between two integer numbers that, when . . .
If you sum all the numbers between 1 and 11111, what number is the result? By . . .
Find the sum of the first 100 odd positive numbers: 1 + 3 + . . .
Find the average of all positive integers divisible by 3 and smaller than 1000.
If X
^{Y}
= 1024 and both numbers are integers, which of the following . . .
In a class, 7 students walk to school, two fifths ride the bus, and 32% are . . .
If the average of a set of integers is 3 and their sum is 123, how many numbers . . .
If the sum of three distinct positive integers is 33, what is the maximum . . .
Find the minimum value of 1 ? 2 ? 3 ? 4 ? 5 ? 6 ? 7 ? 8 ? 9 where each . . .
How many numbers are in the following list of integers: 1, 2, 4, 8, . . . , . . .
After how many kilometers will all the digits of the odometer be different for . . .
How many sets are there of three consecutive positive integers whose product . . .
What is the sum of the cubes of the whole numbers from 1 to 5?
Which of the following gives the largest result? Do not use a calculator.
Find the first of the four consecutive integer numbers if their sum is -66.
The number 2014 is the sum of a sequence of four consecutive integers. Which . . .
January 1st, 2014 was a Wednesday. How many Wednesdays occurred in 2014? . . .
Divide 55 into two parts so that one will be 150 percent of the other. What . . .
An integer is even if it is evenly divisible by two. A prime number (or a . . .
What is a mystery number if you add it to 1, then multiply by 2, then add 3, . . .
What is the product of all whole numbers from -99 to 99?
The product of 33 positive integers is 33. What is the sum of the numbers?
Find the midpoint between the points one fifth and fifteen.
What is the smallest number greater than 2000 that is evenly divisible by all . . .
How many zeros are there at the end of the number 55555 x 444444 x 33333 x . . .
How many digits are in the number 20
^{15}
?
The average of 99 consecutive numbers is 99. What is the average of the nine . . .
What is the smallest 7-digit prime number? A prime number is a natural number . . .
If the sum of two numbers is 8 and their difference is 2, what is their product?
What is the difference between the biggest and the smallest four-digit integers . . .
The natural numbers are the counting numbers, like 1, 2, 3, et cetera. An . . .
What is the sum of the first 9 numbers that are evenly divisible by 9?
If you count from 1 to 100, how many 7's will you pass on the way?
The opposite sides of a standard die have numbers that add up to seven. I . . .
Leslie Green asks: Find the ratio A/B where A is the number of elements in . . .
Positive integers and zero are whole numbers. If N is a whole number, any . . .
Find the product of the numbers in the colored balls.
This is a beautiful tile picture of the Spanish city of Ronda. It is 21 . . .
The ratio of two numbers is 3 : 5. The difference between the numbers is 8. . . .
The picture "Mental Count" of Russian painter Nikolay Bogdanov-Belsky contains . . .
Shakuntala Devi was undoubtedly the most brilliant arithmetic mental calculator . . .
Shakuntala Devi was undoubtedly the most brilliant arithmetic mental calculator . . .
Gerry writes the first 5 integers. He puts either sign "+" or "x" between the . . .
When N copies of the integer N are multiplied together, the product is 256. . . .
Factors are whole numbers you can multiply together to get another number. . . .
Solve for x:
Which statement is INCORRECT?
Which two sides of the polygon ABCDE have the same slope?
How many different real numbers satisfy this equation?
Find the sum of the digits of 10
^{11}
– 1
How many times larger than 10
^{5}
is 5
^{10}
? Find the best . . .
Which gives the largest answer if a = 11?
Which area is the smallest?
Which point would be on a line passing through C and perpendicular to the line . . .
Find the value of F, if a = 0.2.
Which of the following graphs represents all values of x, such that:
The origin of a coordinate system is the point where x and y equal zero. . . .
Anna has an average of 70 on 4 different tests. If the lowest score is . . .
Two candles are of the same height. One burns in four hours, while the other . . .
If y is the fraction of the white area of the square, which graph shows the y . . .
How many integer values of x are the solutions of these two inequalities?
Find the point of intersection of these two lines.
Which equation represents the axis of symmetry of the graph of the parabola?
Three points of four are on a line. Which point is not on the line?
What is the least positive integer n such that 1 + 2 + . . . + n > 999
Xia and Yvonne collect buttons. Xia only collects the ones with two holes and . . .
You can purchase or rent a car. The car is available at a rental fee of $250 . . .
Two positive numbers B and E are at the same distance from 1. Which point on . . .
Which of the following gives the largest value?
What number divided by 1001 is the same as that number minus 1001?
One apple and one banana together cost $3. One apple and one carrot together . . .
Do these rays have one point of intersection? If yes, find the x-coordinate . . .
How many steps are required to break an M x N bar of chocolate into 1 x 1 . . .
Find a.
I would like to write 1000 as n
^{2}
- m
^{2}
, where n and m are . . .
If you need 6 blocks for a 3-step staircase, how many blocks would you need for . . .
Which function gives the angle in degrees between the hour and the minute hands . . .
Which area is the largest?
Anna has an average of 80 on 4 different tests. If the lowest score is . . .
Anna has an average of 85 on 4 different tests. If the lowest score is . . .
Two candles are of the same height. One burns in three hours, while the other . . .
Which point is on the axis of symmetry of the graph of the parabola?
Xia and Yvonne collect buttons. Xia only collects the ones with two holes and . . .
You can purchase or rent a car. The car is available at a rental fee of $250 . . .
Find Y.
Find n.
For which of the following is X
^{X}
the square of an integer?
Estimate the ratio of the large rectangle width to height if the two rectangles . . .
How many solutions are there for X?
Anna walked 123 strides to school. One-third of the way to school was an . . .
A frog ate 20 flies in a day. Each day, the frog ate 20 more than on the day . . .
A report said that for every 100 babies born in a county, there were 12 more . . .
A picture that measures 9 inches by 16 inches is enlarged to 4 times its area. . . .
The average age of all teachers and students in a school is 15. The average . . .
The red and green shapes are two pieces that form the blue shape. The volume . . .
In an examination, there were 4000 candidates, of which 2200 candidates were . . .
If the admittance rate to a prestigious university is 7.5% and 810 students . . .
One pipe can empty a pool 5 times faster than a second pipe. When both pipes . . .
What are the smallest and largest integers that will make this expression true?
What is the 100
^{th}
positive integer that is not divisible by 10?
Evguenia walked to school. Twelve minutes after she left, Sasha started. His . . .
The sum of the ages of four sisters is 30. The sum of their ages four years . . .
Two trains, each 400 meters long, pass each other completely in 10 seconds when . . .
Jim paints 1/6 in an hour and John paints 1/4 in an hour. How much time will . . .
In a city, three-quarters of the men are married to four-fifths of the women. . . .
What is x?
One number is 200% greater than the other and their difference is 20. What is . . .
Find the value.
At a business meeting, each shakes hands with 7 other people. If there are 56 . . .
X
^{2}
= 4004001 Find X without using a calculator.
Two consecutive positive integers have a product of 240. What is their sum?
An outlet pipe can drain a full pool in 12 hours. An inlet pipe can fill the . . .
When 22 is added to a secret number, the result is three times more than the . . .
If a 12-year-old boy has already lived one ninth of his life, how long does he . . .
What is the average (arithmetic mean) of all the following numbers? 10, 12, . . .
The product of 2 numbers is 48 and their sum is 14. What is the smaller number?
Ben ate 100 bananas between Monday and Friday, stopping for the weekend. . . .
What is the maximum possible difference between the two-digit number and the . . .
A circle of radius 3 is drawn centered at the origin. How many squares of . . .
If the product of 9 integers is positive, at most how many of them can be . . .
The difference of two positive integers is equal to their average. What is . . .
A tennis ball keeps on bouncing back to half of the height from which it is . . .
What is the value of 2014 x 2014 - 2012 x 2016?
Which number could be written as a sum of 4 consecutive numbers?
Which of the following gives the smallest result? Do not use a calculator.
Once upon a time, there were three little pigs. A pig wanted to build a house . . .
Once upon a time, there were three little pigs. A pig built a house of bricks. . . .
In a summer camp, the ratio of people was 11 : 12 : 15 for instructors, boys, . . .
John borrows $3,000 to pay for new furniture. He will pay back the loan by . . .
Mrs. Smith puts $10,000 into a saving account that earns 2% interest compounded . . .
The balance is in equilibrium. Find W.
The balance is in equilibrium. Find W.
James has scored an average of 10 on his first 10 tests. What score should he . . .
Figure out without using a calculator which product is greater:
If 6 apples cost $3.99, how many apples can you buy for $20 ?
If x is positive number and x
^{2}
+ 36 = 100 what . . .
What is 1.875 as a fraction in reduced form?
What is the slope of a line that passes through the points (8, 3) and (8, -4) ?
If the sum of two numbers is 66 and their difference is 6, what is the product . . .
What is the largest factor of 12345 ? The factors of a positive integer are . . .
2
^{2}
+ 3
^{2}
+ 6
^{2}
= ( 2 + 3 + X)
^{2}
. . .
The sum of two numbers is 11 and their difference is 1. What is the larger . . .
Gerry earns 9% commission for each camera sold. Today, he earned $44.1 . . .
If 5 is added to one-third of a number, the result is double that number. . . .
If 3 pens and 5 pencils cost as much as 5 pens and 2 pencils, by how much is a . . .
My favorite number plus 7 is 77 times less than 7777. What is 777 less than . . .
The chest with golden coins weighs 200kg. Once the pirates pay exactly a half . . .
The difference between a positive integer and the sum of its digits is always . . .
In a shop, two liters of water costs $1, two liters of natural syrup cost $21, . . .
Fifty-five liters of apple juice are bottled in 90 bottles. Some of them have . . .
Brad has as many sisters as brothers. His sister Sue has twice as many . . .
Leslie Green asks: Given Cartesian axes of infinite extent, find the ratio . . .
The King of a far away land needs to adjust the temperature of the shower all . . .
Find the ratio of the areas above and below the parabola y = . . .
Which of the following gives the largest answer?
A bottle that fully contains juice weighs 1000 grams. The bottle with half of . . .
Which mathematical symbol can be placed in the blank to make the statement . . .
There are 1000 students in a high school. 20% of girls and 30% of boys were . . .
How many integer solutions does the expression have?
Jane has $5.40 in dimes and quarters. She has twice as many dime coins as . . .
It usually takes a man several hours to walk from a railway station to his . . .
Which of these parts has the largest area?
Which sides of the figure seem to be perpendicular?
Which group of figures CANNOT be made by cutting up the rectangle?
The perimeter of the star is equal to the perimeter of the regular hexagon. . . .
Both triangles are isosceles. Which is the biggest?
What is the smallest?
What is the smallest?
The shape is turned 270
^{o}
clockwise, and then 45
^{o}
. . .
Add one square to this pattern to give it one line of symmetry. Find the . . .
Find the smallest arc length.
How much of the following figure is colored?
How many of the small triangles would be needed to cover 1/4 of the trapezoid?
Which shapes each have 1 line of symmetry?
Which shape can be made by placing together these two shapes?
Two boys, starting at the same point, walk in opposite directions for X . . .
A 7x7x7cube is painted, and then cut into 1x1x1 cubes. How many of these . . .
Identify the ratio AB:BD.
Which one of the triangles is not always similar to the others?
If two sides of the triangle have lengths of 11 and 22, which of the following . . .
In the diagram, triangle ABC is an isosceles. How many different angles are . . .
This large cube is made from smaller wooden cubes. All of the faces of the . . .
A sports club is replacing its water supply lines for a swimming pool. The . . .
Find the line that splits the area of the ten squares into two equal parts. . . .
The diameter of the rear wheel of a circus bike is 99 cm. It is 1 cm smaller . . .
Rectangle ABCD contains five small congruent rectangles. The smaller dimension . . .
Which shape was proportionally enlarged, turned, and moved to the point O?
Shapes A and B are congruent equilateral triangles. Shape C is formed by . . .
The big square has a side length of 1. Its sides' midpoints are connected to . . .
In a triangle, the sum of two of the angles is equal to the third. The lengths . . .
An arrow rotates 366° in one second. How many revolutions does it make in . . .
Which shape would be made if the two sections were fitted together?
The figure shows a regular pentagon. Compare the values of angles A and B.
G is the area of the green region inside the biggest circle. R is the total . . .
The area of the external triangle is equal to 1. Its sides' midpoints are . . .
The pattern of shading in one quarter of a square is shown in the diagram. . . .
Three reservoirs have the same height h=1. Which reservoir is bigger?
How many interior right angles are possible in a polygon with seven sides?
If the length of the hour and minute hand of a clock are 3cm and 6cm . . .
Egyptian pyramids are square pyramids. Which of the following nets can be . . .
The arrow top is at the midpoint of the edge of the rectangle. What fraction . . .
A square is inscribed in a right triangle. Find the greatest possible ratio . . .
What value of X gives the greatest ratio of red area to the area of the big . . .
The figure shows a regular hexagon. What is the area of the red part as a . . .
A semicircle is inscribed in the right triangle. Find the radius of the . . .
A and B are midpoints of the corresponding sides of the rectangle. What . . .
What is the area of a square with a diagonal of length 8?
A block of wood in the form of a cuboid 9 x 10 x 11 has all its six faces . . .
Path C consists of straight segments. Path D and E consist of semi-circles. . . .
What is the ratio of the green area to the red area?
A circle is drawn through two vertices of a square so that it is tangent to . . .
Four squares have dimensions as indicated in the picture. What is the area . . .
Eugenia discovered round ink spots on her music paper. Which music paper is . . .
The picture shows a regular polygon. Which line is perpendicular to the . . .
What is the sum of the marked angles?
Eight points are equally spaced on a circle. How many right angled triangles . . .
How many of the six faces of the die shown on the right have more than three . . .
Four touching circles have the same radiuses. Their centers are the corners . . .
Two polygons are congruent if their corresponding sides are equal in length and . . .
Which of the following could be the graph showing the area Y of a square with . . .
Find the area of the triangle.
All three circles are tangent to the horizontal line and to one another. The . . .
How many green triangles are needed to completely cover the square?
For what value of x is the ratio between the red and blue areas at its . . .
The picture shows a regular polygon. Which line is perpendicular to the . . .
I cut a square off of a corner of a colored square. What part of the initial . . .
Two lines and two diagonals are drawn through the center of the rectangle. . . .
Shapes A and B are congruent equilateral triangles. Shape C is formed by . . .
The picture shows a regular pentagon and an equilateral triangle. How large . . .
What fraction of the square is red?
An ant goes from A to B along the indicated path in the equilateral triangle . . .
The colored figure in the picture consists of identical isosceles right . . .
How many inner right angles are possible in a hexagon?
The vertices of the smaller square divide each side of the larger square by a . . .
What is the ratio of the shaded area to the area of the big circle?
I drew three lines from the center of a square that has sides with a length of . . .
Two heights in a triangle are both not less than either of two of its sides. . . .
If the coordinates of one end point of a line segment are (1 , 2 , -3) and the . . .
A Heronian triangle is a triangle whose side lengths and area are all integer . . .
The top of a rectangular box has an area of 20 square meters, and two sides . . .
Each of these five circles is tangent to at least 3 others. The medium sized . . .
Find the sum of the five marked angles of a star that is inscribed into a . . .
Find the area of the shape.
If I fold a square paper vertically, the new rectangle has an area of 32 square . . .
How many upper case letters look the same when rotated 180 degrees? Remember, . . .
This shape was formed by removing a small cube from a big cube. The side . . .
What is the angle between the hour hand and the minute hand at 9:10 ?
I cut a pyramid from a brick as shown in the picture. What part of the brick . . .
Which sides of the figure seem to be parallel?
The perimeter of the star is equal to the perimeter of the regular hexagon. . . .
Both triangles are isosceles. Which is the smallest?
What is the largest?
The shape is turned 315
^{o}
clockwise. Find the new position of . . .
Find the largest arc length.
How many of the small triangles would be needed to cover the trapezoid?
Which two shapes have the same number of lines of symmetry?
Two boys, starting at the same point, walk in opposite directions for X . . .
A 7x7x7cube is painted, and then cut into 1x1x1 cubes. How many of these . . .
If two sides of the triangle have lengths of 22 and 33, which of the following . . .
Shape A and B are congruent equilateral triangles. Shape C is formed by . . .
In a triangle, the sum of two of the angles is equal to the third. The lengths . . .
An arrow rotates 372° in one second. How many revolutions does it make in . . .
What is the area of a square with a diagonal of length 10 units?
A block of wood in the form of a cuboid 8 x 9 x 10 has all its six faces . . .
Eugenia discovered round ink spots on her music paper. Which music paper has . . .
All three bridges have the same horizontal width a. Which bridge has the . . .
Find the area of the red shape if the area of a small triangle is 1 square unit.
What is the largest number of intersections of N lines?
A regular polygon has some perpendicular sides and some parallel sides. . . .
A set of 119 one-unit wooden cubes is packed on one level in a rectangular . . .
What fraction of the rectangle is shaded if A is the midpoint of the bottom . . .
The border of this shape is composed of four semi-circles, each with a radius . . .
How many small cubes were used to build this solid figure?
Which shape is more symmetrical (i.e. has more planes of symmetries)?
What is the greatest possible number of points of intersection for 11 lines in . . .
A trapezoid is formed by cutting off the top part of an isosceles right . . .
If regular stars are placed as shown to form a complete circle, how many stars . . .
Two squares, each with sides measuring 2 cm, are placed such that a vertex of . . .
What is the volume of a right rectangular solid with face areas of 12, 21, and . . .
Two congruent circles share a radius. What is the perimeter of the figure . . .
What fraction of this regular octagon is shaded?
What is the maximum area of a triangle inside a unit square?
How many 4 cm by 4 cm squares can I obtain from a wire that is 100 cm long?
Estimate the ratio of the circumference c to the diameter of the circle . . .
The stripes have the same width. What part of the square is red?
How many signs have a line of symmetry?
Find the ratio of the areas of the large and small squares.
Find the ratio of the areas of the large and small equilateral triangles.
A circle goes through two adjacent vertices of a square and it is tangent to . . .
What is the largest possible side size of an equilateral triangle that fits . . .
Find the maximum area of a rectangle that has a perimeter of 36 m.
How many planes of symmetry does the shape have?
A photograph is placed in a frame that forms a border 2.5 cm wide on all sides . . .
What part of the rectangle is red if points A and B are the midpoints of the . . .
If we add all these vectors and place the start of the resulting vector at the . . .
What is the perimeter of the following figure with right angles?
What is the maximum number of points of intersection of five distinct straight . . .
Find the external surface area of the pyramid if each cube side is 1 unit. . . .
If I use 30 g of batter to make a crêpe of 30 cm in diameter, how much batter . . .
Which regular shape cannot be used to tile a floor with no gaps between tiles?
Which is true?
What is the perimeter of a right triangle whose shorter sides are 9 and 12 . . .
I divided a 3 x 4 square into 6 squares. What is the smallest number of . . .
Estimate the ratio of areas of the two parts.
What is the surface area of the cube if its side length is 3 cm?
There are 17 parallels and 12 meridians on a globe. Into how many areas is the . . .
Which pyramid has the largest volume?
How many angles with different degree measures can be seen in the picture?
The sum of the perimeters of three rectangles of the same area is 192cm. What . . .
I cut two or three corners off an equilateral triangle, each cut being . . .
Which line goes through the center of the circle?
Swiss village Saas-Fee is entirely pedestrian and serviced by electric taxis . . .
The sum of the perimeters of three rectangles is 172cm. What is the largest . . .
Estimate the maximum number of smaller 1-inch circles that fit in a larger . . .
The picture shows a collection of squares. If the smallest squares have a side . . .
Find the area of the blue arrow.
My garden fence creates a ten meters by five meters rectangle. If I reuse all . . .
Gerry frequently goes from his home to Jane's house, which is 4 miles away. . . .
Triangle ABC is equilateral. What is the ratio of the red and blue areas if . . .
Which shape has the smallest perimeter?
What is the sum of the interior angles of a pentagon?
What is the sum of the interior angles B and D of the pentagon if three other . . .
This rectangle has an area of 1 square meter. What is the ratio of its width . . .
If I picked three red points, each in the middle of a different side of the big . . .
Three semicircles are constructed on the hypotenuse and legs of a right angle . . .
A team of archaeologists is exploring an underground complex on a remote . . .
What is the perimeter of a regular hexagon that perfectly fits into a circle . . .
Find the area of the shaded region (in square units).
I can draw 2 diagonals in a square. How many diagonals can I draw in a . . .
There are 3 circles of equal diameter. A line is tangent to the third circle, . . .
There are 24 pieces of candy in the jar. Estimate how much candy will be . . .
At a local school, students sold post cards for a fundraiser. The bar graph . . .
What is the probability that the x-coordinate of a point randomly selected . . .
The average (arithmetic mean) of a set of 10 different numbers is 100. If the . . .
Five percent of the marbles in a jar are black. One fourth of the marbles . . .
Statistics show that for every 100 babies born in Funny Town, there are 10 more . . .
The probability that two randomly chosen people in a big city are younger than . . .
What is the difference between the sums of numbers in the sixth and third . . .
What is the average of these numbers?
Into which set should 144 be placed?
This formula, developed by Austrian mathematician Richard Von Mises, shows the . . .
Anna has a bag with 90 wafers. She eats 14 wafers on the first day. Every . . .
This formula, developed by Austrian mathematician Richard Von Mises, shows the . . .
How many different lines can you draw through N points that are evenly spaced . . .
Which percentage below shows the most likely percentage of tails coming up in . . .
Bobby takes five tiles with the letters of his name and places them into a bag. . . .
Anna recorded the temperature every day for a week (7 days). It was 22°C . . .
Abbey has a dog Abby. She places 5 tiles with the letters of her surname into . . .
I randomly place three crosses into different cells of the grid. What is the . . .
The sum of N consecutive integer numbers is 2090. The smallest number is 101. . . .
There are 4 male and 3 female players on a national tennis team. How many . . .
I have eight dimes; five are real, and three are fake. Whenever a real dime is . . .
Which scatter plot best shows the relationship between a person's height and . . .
1, -1, 2, -2, 3, -3, . . . , 999, -999, 1000. Figure the average of all of . . .
There are 10 girls and 10 boys in a class. A teacher randomly chooses two . . .
What is the average of the smaller of two random numbers from 0 to 1?
Alex starts with number 99 and counts by 66. This results in the sequence 99, . . .
I placed 6 cards in a box. Two cards are blue on both sides, two cards are . . .
This picture shows the first five rows of Pascal's triangle. What is the sum . . .
The Venn diagram shows the result of a survey of 80 students. It indicates . . .
I put 100 pennies, 20 nickels, 10 dimes, and 4 quarters in a bag. I take 4 . . .
What is the average number of stones in a column?
How many 11-digit numbers can you make using 0, 1?
There are 24 pieces of candy in the jar. Estimate how much candy will be . . .
The average (arithmetic mean) of a set of 10 different numbers is 98. If the . . .
Five percent of the marbles in a jar are black. One fourth of the marbles . . .
Statistics show that for every 100 babies born in Funny Town, there are 10 more . . .
Gerry and Jane are younger than 25. The probability that two randomly chosen . . .
What is the difference between the sums of numbers in the seventh and third . . .
Into which set should 93 be placed?
Into which set should 72 be placed?
Anna recorded the temperature every day for a week (7days). It was 22° on . . .
Abbey has a dog Abby. She places 5 tiles with the letters of her surname into . . .
I have ten dimes; nine are real, and one is fake. Whenever a real dime is . . .
This picture shows the first five rows of Pascal's triangle. What is the sum . . .
0 2 6 12 20 . . . What is the 100th number in the series?
If the probability of an accident occurring in 4 years is 0.9999, what is the . . .
The diagram shows my Sunday morning activities. If I do all these activities . . .
What is the average of the first 2016 counting numbers? Counting numbers (1, . . .
Find the infinite sum: 1 - 1 + 1 - 1 + 1 - 1 + 1 - 1 + 1 - 1 + . . .
In a girls' school with 880 students, there are 33 absent. What is the . . .
A concert includes 3 cello pieces and 3 piano pieces. In how many ways can . . .
The symbol N! denotes the product of the first N positive integers. Find the . . .
Successive discounts of 1% and 2% are equivalent to a single discount that is
Successive discounts of 50% and 50% are equivalent to a single discount that is
John threw 8 fair dimes and Mary 9 dimes. What is the probability that Mary . . .
If I lose 25% on an investment during the first year and gain 20% the following . . .
Which of the following sales commissions is greatest?
I decided to save a dollar in January, then increase the amount by one dollar . . .
John has an average of 60 marks on his first Math tests. He missed the last . . .
What is the average (arithmetic mean) of all the multiples of ten from 10 to . . .
How many three digit numbers are evenly divisible by 17 (no remainder)?
Nine people stand in a queue. The first person takes 9 apples, and each other . . .
One bag contains two white marbles, another bag contains two black marbles, and . . .
Once upon a time, there were three little pigs. If two brothers weighed 45kg, . . .
The average IQ of 10 students is 101. If nine of these students each have an . . .
A 512-page book weighs 800g to the nearest 10g. What is the weight of 200 . . .
Bob used to weigh 100kg. His new stressful job causes him to lose 10% every . . .
When 4 coins are tossed, what is the probability that exactly 2 are heads?
When 4 coins are tossed, what is the probability that exactly one is a head?
The sum of N consecutive integers is S. Which of the following equations gives . . .
How many 1s are there in the result of the multiplication: 12345 x 99999? . . .
If X = 40 percent of Y, what percent of X is Y?
Only 26% of 50 students passed an exam. How many students failed the test?
A waiter receives 15% tips from each table in a restaurant. What is the . . .
Gerry puts 1/10 of his $50 weekly allowance in the bank for college. How . . .
Gerry estimates that two angles of a triangles have a measure between 50 and 70 . . .
When Jane plays against Gerry in her favorite game, the odds are 5 to 3 that . . .
Six dice are thrown. What is the probability that at least three of them have . . .
Gerry wants to buy Jane a $100 gift in a pet shop. If the sales tax is 10% . . .
There are 800 students in a school. The students' average age is 12 years and . . .
How many times do you expect to get 5 if you throw a die 55 times?
A bus can hold 66 students. The bus starts out empty and picks up 1 student at . . .
The letters A, E, I, O, and U are vowels. Which word includes the largest . . .
A puzzle used to cost $49.95 but now the price is $33.45. How much is the . . .
If you toss eight dimes and three of them land heads up, what are the chances . . .
Which of the following could be the percentage of even numbers among several . . .
What is the sum? 2001 + 2002 + . . . + 2099
How many hours are there in quarter of a third of a half of a week?
The cost of living increases uniformly by 44% in a period of two years. What . . .
If I roll three dice, what is the probability of rolling a six on at least one . . .
You are rolling two dice and adding the numbers on the top faces. What sum . . .
How many ways can five runners take first, second, and third place in a . . .
What is the sum of the first 13 numbers that are evenly divisible by 13?
I bought a 20'' (the diagonal size) laptop with the ratio of the screen width . . .
Gerry and Jane like to look at registration plates of cars that pass by. They . . .
Gerry's favorite digit is 7. What is the probability that there is at least . . .
If I put these balls in a bag and take two balls without looking, what is the . . .
I roll two dice, one with the left hand and one with the right. If the left . . .
The pie chart shows the number of men, women and kids in a county. What is . . .
Martin saves $8 on March 1st. Each day after that he saves $2 more than he . . .
Martin has ten thousand dollars in a bank account. The interest rate for his . . .
Find the sum of the following sequence: 3 + 6 + 9 + . . . + 996 + 999
Eleven consecutive integers have a sum of 11, what is their product?
John gets a wage increase of 4% plus an extra $9 per week. His present wage . . .
Einstein, the hyper-intelligent house cat, is busy walking from one corner of a . . .
Anton, the highest IQ house ant on the planet, is taking his regular nocturnal . . .
Leslie Green asks: The sinusoidal waveform shown has a peak amplitude of . . .
The dots on opposite faces of a dice add up to 7. The score is the total . . .
Mario has 99 lives remaining and 9 levels to complete. He loses 2 lives on the . . .
On a number line, point A is halfway between 1 and 11, and point B is halfway . . .
Jane has three parrots. She said that at least one is a boy. What is the . . .
If Alex gets 90% on her math test, Beatrice gets 90% of Alex's results and . . .
Which of the following is closest to 123456789 x 987654321
What is the probability of getting 5 correct answers on A+Click questions in a . . .
When the ball hits the ground, it bounces back up to half its original height. . . .
Evguenia's teacher assigns 24 math problems to solve. She sorts them from the . . .
A group of 7 adults and 8 young children want to rent sailing boats. Each boat . . .
The sum of four consecutive numbers is 2010. What is the sum of all the . . .
Which statement is INCORRECT? Here, 'even' is an even number; 'odd' is an . . .
A brick weighs 777 grams plus half a brick. How heavy is the brick?
For every birthday, John's parents put as many dollars in a piggy bank as his . . .
Of the 26 capital letters, how many are symmetrical along both the vertical and . . .
Three 250-ml glasses contain orange juice. The first one is 2/3 full, the . . .
The sum of the consecutive integers from -33 to X, inclusive, is 105. What . . .
A family travels from their town to the nearest seashore at a speed of 30 km . . .
If 12 workers take 7 hours to build a brick wall 21 m long and 4 m high, how . . .
Juice is poured from a full 1 L bottle into an empty glass until both the glass . . .
There are 24 balls in the box. X of them are white. When we add 12 white . . .
It takes two painters 4 days to paint a house. The older painter would only . . .
A girl is 10 years old. She is five times older than her dog. In how many . . .
Figure out the smallest difference between two four-digit integers, each . . .
In a football tournament every team plays a match against every other team . . .
Three white hens and four black hens lay as many eggs in five days as two white . . .
I sold two cars and received sixty thousand dollars for each car. I received . . .
John answers 25 multiple-choice questions and receives a zero score. Each . . .
John can eat a pizza in 4 minutes. Jim can eat a pizza in 5 minutes. Their . . .
The sum of ages of two brothers is 55 and the elder brother is 9 years older . . .
Three ducks and four ducklings weigh 3.4kg. Four ducks and three ducklings . . .
One hundred and thirty shareholders decide to buy 30,000 shares of company A. . . .
Three mentors and four apprentices produce as many devices in five days as two . . .
The sum of five consecutive numbers is 2010. What is the sum of all the . . .
Which statement is CORRECT? Here, 'even' is an even number; 'odd' is an odd . . .
A brick weighs 4 pounds plus half a brick. How heavy is the brick?
For every birthday, John's parents put as many dollars in a piggy bank as his . . .
For every birthday, John's parents put as many dollars in a piggy bank as his . . .
Of the 26 capital letters, how many are symmetrical along the horizontal axis?
Of the 26 capital letters, how many are symmetrical along the vertical axis?
Three identical glasses contain orange juice. The first one is 15% full, the . . .
The sum of the consecutive integers from -33 to X, inclusive, is 69. What is . . .
Juice is poured from a full 1 L bottle into an empty glass until both the glass . . .
There are 20 balls in the box. X of them are white. When we add 10 white . . .
It takes two painters 6 days to paint a house. The older painter would only . . .
A girl is 12 years old. She is three times older than her dog. In how many . . .
I sold two cars and received thirty thousand dollars for each car. I received . . .
In a paper box, two thirds of the pieces of fruit are apples. The rest are . . .
How many four-digit numbers are there that use the four digits of 2011?
You multiply two consecutive integers and the result is 80 greater than one of . . .
A basket full of coconuts weighs 39kg. A half-full basket weighs 21kg. How . . .
A car weighs 997kg when empty and 1234kg when John, his sister Jane, and their . . .
The pie chart represents the results of an election. The least lucky . . .
If the green, yellow, and red regions have areas of 12, 9, and 7 square meters, . . .
A dog chases a rabbit, which was initially 20 meters away. For every 11 meters . . .
Metro Card prices: a single ride is $2.50 and a 7-day Metro Card costs $29. . . .
Metro Card prices: a single ride is $2.5 and a 7-day Metro Card costs $29. . . .
At the beginning, the girl rode 6 km in the first 15 minutes and then 4 km in . . .
How many pages do I turn over to go from page 33 to page 222? (The . . .
Students at a school are on average 165 cm tall. The average male student . . .
One quarter of the competitors were faster than Mary and I, but two thirds were . . .
Three years ago there were 32 people in our company, and the ratio of men to . . .
A 40-month long project is divided into three consecutive activities. The . . .
A class was given a math problem with four options as the answer. Ten students . . .
Divide nine by a half and add two. What is the result?
A car traveling with speed 12 meters per second decelerates uniformly until it . . .
A car traveling with speed 12 meters per second decelerates uniformly until it . . .
Gerry had 24 LEGO bricks and Jane had 6 bricks. Gerry gave some of his bricks . . .
Jane pedaled downhill at 20 km/h and it took 2 hours to travel from a Swiss . . .
The theory of relativity connects the mass at high speed with initial mass, the . . .
According to Wikipedia Mrs. Vassilyeva holds the record for most children: she . . .
A math test has 40 questions worth 100 points. The test consists of . . .
Gerry and Jane race on a velodrome. Gerry can ride 11 miles for every 9 miles . . .
Anika solves 10 problems, 80% of them correctly, in 20 minutes. James solves . . .
A hospital needs 168 pills to treat 6 patients for 2 weeks. How many pills . . .
On average there are 100,000 strands of hair on a person's head. Hair grows . . .
The sum of the family members' ages is 222. What will the sum of their ages . . .
The community library fines 20 cents per overdue day of the first week and 50 . . .
Six students travel in a car. How many different ways can they take seats if . . .
If the height of the tower is 88 mm, how many pens are needed to build a tower . . .
The product of two numbers is 119 and their difference is 10. What is the sum . . .
Fifteen students took part in a math competition. The number of children who . . .
On the train to New York, Jane sat in the second carriage from the front, and . . .
We come off at exit 42 and we have just passed exit 38. The exits are 6 . . .
If my age 8 years ago was 8, what will my age be 8 years from now?
Three parrots yell at Gerry every 5, 7 and 9 seconds, respectively. If they . . .
Divide the analog watch face with five straight parallel lines so that the sums . . .
If Bob is exactly 9999 days old today, how old is he?
One invention saves 20% on fuel; a second, 30%; and a third, 50%. If the . . .
If 30 students occupy 2/3 of the seats in the classroom, how many students . . .
At the bank, Gerry asks to exchange two $100 bills for $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, . . .
A triggerfish with a snout like a pig is the national fish of Hawaii and its . . .
Leslie Green asks: Peter changes his old fashioned single 100W incandescent . . .
Leslie Green asks: Peter changes his old fashioned single 100W incandescent . . .
Forty-eight liters of water are poured into an aquarium of dimensions 50cm . . .
If you pick 3 apples a day and you eat 4 apples every fifth day, how many . . .
On an island, kids always tell the truth and the adults always lie. Which of . . .
They said their names. The girl said "My name is Taylor." The boy said "My . . .
A stadium security system consists of two stages. In the first stage, 60% of . . .
A girl drives from home to her school at an average speed of 90 kilometers per . . .
A 1-meter tall fence is parallel to a very high wall 1 meter away. What is . . .
A 100-liter vessel is full of a mixture of juice concentrate and water, in . . .
A stadium contains 20,000 seats. At a match, 25% of the seats remain empty. . . .
Normal milk has 35 grams of fat per liter. Fat free milk has 5 grams of fat . . .
A $10 million lottery pot is divided into equal increments over 20 years. The . . .
John's dad pays him $8 for each correct answer he gives in his math homework . . .
A real estate agent receives a 5% commission on the selling price of a house . . .
A total of 321 employees work for company XYZ and two thirds of them are men. . . .
Several plumbers work on a pipeline installation, which 1 plumber is able to . . .
A race car is constructed from ultra-lightweight materials. The car weighs . . .
A stadium security system consists of two stages. In the first stage, 70% of . . .
A girl drives from home to her school at an average speed of 50 miles per hour, . . .
A 100-liter vessel is full of a mixture of juice concentrate and water, in . . .
A 100-liter vessel is full of a mixture of juice concentrate and water, in . . .
A stadium contains 20,000 seats. At a match, 20% of the seats remain empty. . . .
Normal milk has 36 grams of fat in a bottle. Fat free milk has 6 grams of . . .
A $10 million lottery pot is divided into equal increments over 25 years. The . . .
John's dad pays him $2 for each correct answer he gives in his math homework . . .
A real estate agent receives a 5% commission on the selling price of a house . . .
A real estate agent receives a 5% commission on the selling price of a house . . .
A total of 321 employees work for company XYZ and two thirds of them are men. . . .
A race car is constructed from ultra-lightweight materials. The car weighs . . .
Anna and Bill roll a six-sided die. The first person to roll a six wins. Anna . . .
A group of 24 scouts goes on a trip. They prepare enough food to last 10 days. . . .
Twenty theater tickets for the first row were randomly distributed among 20 . . .
The heights of the masts from the first to the fifth are 32 m, 36 m, 35 m, 32 . . .
80% of the women in company A are under 25 years old, 40% of the men in the . . .
If Mark had driven at 6 miles per hour (mph) faster than the state speed limit . . .
A solid metal ball weighs 9 pounds. How much will another ball of the same . . .
The straight road of 40 km long is divided into three different parts. The . . .
John sees the reflection of the treetop in a mirror. Find the height of the . . .
Jim can eat a 10-inch pizza in 16 minutes. How long will it take for Jim to . . .
In selling stock, John made a profit of 19% of the amount originally paid for . . .
An entrepreneur sells 1,250 tickets for a show, with 20% of them sold with 20% . . .
A girl caught her first fish after 30 minutes of waiting. She caught each next . . .
The Tsar Bell weighed 202 tons (like three battle tanks) before a huge slab (12 . . .
A space rocket with 4 engines blew off one of them after one-month of flight. . . .
John plans to go by bus and to walk back, so if the bus goes at the rate of . . .
What is the total surface area of 100 identical cubes which together have a . . .
Find X.
Food is 24% of the Smith family (8 members) monthly budget of $15,000. Next . . .
Bob's age is between 40 and 60 and it is a multiple of 5. Next year, his age . . .
If Jane walks to school in the morning and then rides the school bus back, it . . .
Gerry drives to Jane's house at 60 miles per hour and comes back at 40 miles . . .
Gerry drove a total of 420 miles in 6 hours. How many hours did he drive . . .
Gerry bought ice cream cones for Jane, her friend Anna and for himself for . . .
Gerry gets $5 each week for his pocket money. Jane gets double that amount. . . .
After a 2-month tennis course, three friends recorded their weight loss. . . .
Gerry drives from his home to Jane's house at 50 mph. How fast must he make . . .
If today is Monday, what day of the week was 100 days ago?
It costs $19 a week to feed Benny. How much money would it cost to feed him . . .
My bath has two taps and a plug hole. The cold tap on its own fills the bath . . .
The manager of a company planned to distribute a $101 bonus to each employee . . .
If you have a piece of paper that is 0.1mm = 0.01cm thick, how many times will . . .
I picked an integer from 1 to 1000. What is minimum number of questions, with . . .
If a pen costs $1.69 and a pencil costs $0.79, which of the following is the . . .
In which team does a person get the greater amount of the healthy food if they . . .
What is the minimum number of people needed in a boat to be certain that at . . .
What is average diameter of the logs if the height of the pile is 5.33m?
In how many ways can Jane put two eggs into the package? The color of the . . .
A train runs from Lausanne to Zurich at 100 km/hour without any stops and . . .
If today is a Sunday, then what day will it be one year later? 1 year = 365 . . .
Shops have sales all the time to attract your business. Let the buyer beware! . . .
Bob worked for 45 years. He did not work on weekends, had a 3-week summer . . .
Gerry exchanged $82 for an equal number of pennies, nickels, dimes, and . . .
If Bob is exactly 33 years old on the 333rd day of this year, in what month was . . .
Jane and Gerry compete in a best-of-five match. If Gerry plays so that his . . .
Passengers have a maximum allowable weight for their luggage. They are then . . .
Martin has ten thousand dollars in the Mad Money's bank account. The interest . . .
A 2-hour-long television program included 12 minutes of commercials. What . . .
Estimate the cost of a carpet 15 yards long and 12 yards wide with the . . .
Jane has a 5-liter bucket with 3%-fat milk and 3-liter bucket with 5%-fat milk. . . .
Time is money If one minute is worth $24,000 for Bill Gates, how many . . .