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146710 English name of exercise - Běloun Finding missing brackets in statements Put brackets in this statement to make it correct: Math ●○○○○ Show
146707 English name of exercise - Běloun Decimal numbers How many windows are in this classroom? Math ●○○○○ Show
146706 English name of exercise - Běloun Decimal numbers How many windows are in this classroom? Math ●○○○○ Show
146705 English name of exercise - Běloun Finding missing operators in statements Put the operators +, -, *, / in this statement to make it correct: Math ●○○○○ Show
146704 English name of exercise - Běloun Finding missing brackets in statements Put brackets in this statement to make it correct: Math ●○○○○ Show
146703 English name of exercise - Běloun Word problem How many windows are in this classroom? Math ●○○○○ Show
146702 English name of exercise - Běloun Word problem How many windows are in this classroom? Math ●○○○○ Show
146701 English name of exercise - Běloun Word problem Select correct answers Math ●○○○○ Show
146700 English name of exercise - Běloun Word problem Select correct answers Math ●○○○○ Show
146699 English name of exercise - Běloun Word problem Select correct answers Math ●○○○○ Show
146634 01 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math Pete the pilot flew 28 times last month. If 21 of his flights were at night, how many of his flight ... Math ●●●○○ Show
146635 02 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math The sum 12 + 34 + 56 equals each of the following except Math ●●●○○ Show
146636 03 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math If I double the number of pens in my backpack and add 5, I get 23. How many pens do I have in my b ... Math ●●●○○ Show
146637 04 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math 65 - (43+21) = (65-43) - ? Math ●●●○○ Show
146638 05 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math The dime and quarter in my hand combined with the coins in my pocket total one dime less than $1. I ... Math ●●●○○ Show
146639 06 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math Wednesday is five days after my party. On what day is my party? Math ●●●○○ Show
146640 07 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math Which of the following is the sum of two prime numbers? Math ●●●○○ Show
146641 08 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math Each of my shoes weighs the same. If 2 of my shoes weigh 12 kg together, then the total weight of 12 ... Math ●●●○○ Show
146642 09 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math 25 \times 25 = 5 \times 5 \times ? Math ●●●○○ Show
146643 10 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math (6 \times 12) + (12 \times 2) = 96 = 32 \times 3 Math ●●●○○ Show
146644 11 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math (Six dozen) + (one dozen pairs) = ? sets of three Math ●●●○○ Show
146645 12 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math What time is 420 minutes before 4 P.M.? Math ●●●○○ Show
146646 13 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math 10 hundreds + 10 tens + 10 ones = Math ●●●○○ Show
146647 14 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math Professor Quak had 7 more students this year than he had last year. If he had a total of 43 student ... Math ●●●○○ Show
146648 15 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math All together, 27 trapezoids have the same number of sides as ? triangles Math ●●●○○ Show
146649 16 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math In my garden, I have 6 roses for every day, 5 daisies, and those are the only flowers I have. If I h ... Math ●●●○○ Show
146650 17 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math The sum of two different odd numbers and an even number could be Math ●●●○○ Show
146651 18 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math On a Sundat I put two rabbits in a cage. If the number of rabbits in the cage doubled every day, on  ... Math ●●●○○ Show
146652 19 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math A pomegranate costs 4 times as much as a pawpaw. If one pomegranate costs 50¢ more than 2 pawpaws, t ... Math ●●●○○ Show
146653 20 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math If I triple ? and divide the results by 6, the quotient is 18. Math ●●●○○ Show
146654 21 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math 11 + 12 + 13 + 14 + 15 + 16 = 11 + 22 + 33 + 44 + 55 + 66 - ? Math ●●●○○ Show
146655 22 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math If Bob jumps 15 additional times, the total number of his jumps will be 3 times what it was 3 jumps ... Math ●●●○○ Show
146656 23 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math The total value of 10 nickels and 9 dimes equals the total value of 5 quarters and ? pennies ... Math ●●●○○ Show
146657 24 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math How many numbers between 1 and 100 are equal to 5 times an odd number? Math ●●●○○ Show
146658 25 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math The sum of the remainders of 123 : 4, 234 : 5, and 345 : 2 is Math ●●●○○ Show
146659 26 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math If Marlon the mailman had sunny weather on exactly 12 of 30 days last month, on what percent of days ... Math ●●●○○ Show
146660 27 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math Last month I spent$24 on magnets that cost 80¢ each, and this month I spent $24 on magnets that co ... Math ●●●○○ Show
146661 28 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math On a number line, ? is the same distance from 1.75 as it is from 7.25. Math ●●●○○ Show
146662 29 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math 2^3 \times 3^4 \times 4^5 \times 6^7 \times 9^10 = Math ●●●○○ Show
146663 30 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math In a garage, the ratio of red cars to black cars is 8:5, and the ratio of black cars to white cars  ... Math ●●●○○ Show
146664 31 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math The sum of 6 consecutive integers, the largest of which is 30, is equal to the sum of 10 consecutiv ... Math ●●●○○ Show
146665 32 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math If a radius of a circle whose are is 36Πcm^2 equals the width of a rectangle, and the diameter of ... Math ●●●○○ Show
146666 33 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math I wrote a list of consecutive positive integers beginning with 1. I then removed all multiples of 4 ... Math ●●●○○ Show
146667 34 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math At the start of my temporary job, I needed to load an average of 120 boxes a day in order to finish  ... Math ●●●○○ Show
146668 35 - The Math League - Sample 2012-2013 6th Grade Contest Math Each day last week I counted 50% more leaves than I had counted the day before. If I counted 2430 le ... Math ●●●○○ Show
146594 1 - The Math League - Sample 2004-2005 6th Grade Contest Math Of the following, which is between \fraction{1}{2} and \fraction{3}{4}? Math ●●●○○ Show
146595 2 - The Math League - Sample 2004-2005 6th Grade Contest Math A polygon cannot have ? sides Math ●●●○○ Show
146596 3 - The Math League - Sample 2004-2005 6th Grade Contest Math The brochure said, "Watch your mail!" I watched for 5 days less than 5 weeks. For how many days did  ... Math ●●●○○ Show
146597 4 - The Math League - Sample 2004-2005 6th Grade Contest Math 1010 + 10100 = 10 \times ? Math ●●●○○ Show
146598 5 - The Math League - Sample 2004-2005 6th Grade Contest Math A $5 roll of dimes has ? more coins than a $10 roll of quarters. Math ●●●○○ Show