I would love to know how to work out this very tricky maths worded problem but i need a little help.

I would love to know how to work out this very tricky maths worded problem but i need a little help.

a wholesaler sold n bars for (n+1) cents each. On the following day she doubled the price but sold 2 bars less. The amount of the money take on each day was the same. Find the value of n.

this is a question from SASMO olympiard

A number that can divide 43 and 57 and leave no remainder. Ultimately I want to find the ratio of the two numbers.

The sum of three numbers is 123 The second number is 4 times the first The third number is 12 less than the second number

i am doing a graph plotting in volume and temperature it has asked: How do you calculate rate of expansion of gas with temperature with a gradient of the line being 0.2?

i am looking for the workings how the answer gets to be 1/x^1/2

How would u solve? options are 1. 4k=3m/4 2. 4k=4m/3 3...

what would the distance be if the object were the moon instead.

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If there were 885 cows that were kept over a total of 228 days what would be the average stay per cow ??

11/40 of the people at a wedding celebration are men. 34% of the people are women. the rest of the people at the wedding are children. Work out the percentage of children at the wedding

3 pipes of varying diameters can fill the vessels of 2l, 4l and 6l in 8 minutes, 36 minutes and 96 minutes respectively what is the ratio of diameters? (assume that rate of flow is same in all re...

A rambler club buys hats in packs of 12 and scarves in packs of 18. The club buys exactly the same number of hats and scarves. What is the smallest number of packs of hats and the smallest...

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asked by my kids homework and the teacher reckons the correct answer is 40 - not sure this is correct

While on a search and recir mission for a boat lost at sea, a heliopter leaves its pad an travels 63km at N20E, truns and travels 40km at S70E, turns again and travels 45km at S24W, and makes a final...