Mixed Practice Training


Mathcount Chapter Mixed Practice


Mathematical practice problems speed up solving capacity. There are multiple worksheets provided like multiplication and division, all operations worksheets, inputs/ outputs, operations in other base number systems, multi-digit addition and subtraction, and more. Talent academy is offering mathematical practice problems which helps speed up the mathcount chapter solving capacity. With the best in town experts and excellent skill set, the experts ensure quality lectures of all the math problem sessions. The teaching is designed in such a way that students get enough knowledge to be ready to imply them in real life.



Here are a few examples of the problems from the course with their solutions.

Problem A math club for seventh and eighth graders starts with 14 seventh graders and 8 eighth graders. Each week, 3 new seventh graders and 4 new eighth graders join the club. What will be the total number of members when the club has an equal number of seventh graders and eighth graders?
Solution :64

Question A certain math club has 40 members, each of whom is a student in the sixth, seventh or eighth grade. If the math club has more members in the sixth grade than it has in the seventh and eighth grades combined, what is the least possible number of members in the sixth grade?
Answer :21

Q Two 5-inch-by-7-inch sheets of paper are placed on a flat surface so that the short edges of one sheet are parallel to the long edges of the other sheet, as shown. In square inches, what is the maximum possible area of the gray region of overlap between the two sheets?
A :25



Sample. The rectangular pool in Liberty Park is three times as long and twice as wide as the rectangular pool in Madison Park. The depths of both pools are the same. The volume of the pool in Liberty Park is how many times as great as the volume of the pool in Madison Park?
Ans. 6

Query. Quadrilateral ABCD is a square with area 16 square inches. The figure represents the pieces of a Chinese tangram in which all the triangles are isosceles and piece “e” is a square. What is the area of the gray piece, in square inches?
Reply. when we divide e into halves and rearrange those halves, the shape is the same as the shaded area. The shaded area is 1/8 of the total square(try dividing the diagram into only the gray area shape). We know the area of the square is 16, and that e is equivalent to 1/8 the area so its area is 1/8 * 16= 2 square inches.


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