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7th Grade Challenging Math

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7-51) Jenny mixes 2000 grams of sugar water which has a sugar content of 10%. Several days later, the sugar content is 20%. What is the weight of the sugar water now?
 



7-52) Adam mixes 1800 kg of salt water which has a salt content of 10%. Several days later, the salt content is 15%. What is the weight of the salt water now?
 


7-53) A farm has chickens, turkeys, rabbits and pigs. There are 60 pigs in all. The ratio of chickens versus the sum of the other 3 animals is 1/4. The ratio of turkeys versus the sum of the other 3 animals is 2/13. The ratio of rabbits versus the sum of the other 3 animals is 4/11. How many animals in all are there on the farm?
 


 

 

 

7-54) List the following fractions from the smallest to the largest (left to right).

2015/2016; 2016/2017, 2017/2018
 

 

7-55) Calculate

(1+1/9)*(1+1/8)*(1+1/7)*(1+1/6)*(1+1/5)*(1+1/4)*(1+1/3)*(1+1/2)



7-56) Calculate

(1-2/9)*(1-2/8)*(1-2/7)*(1-2/6)*(1-2/5)*(1-2/4)*(1-2/3)

 

 

7-57) When 391 is divided by a two digit number, the remainder is 6. How many such two digit numbers exist?
 




7-58) When 265 is divided by a two digit number, the remainder is 5. How many such two digit numbers exist?





7-59) Jefferson School has a math club and a science club. The ratio of students in these
two clubs is 4:5 (math : science). If 10 students from the science club moved to the math club, then the two clubs have same number of students. How many students are there in both clubs initially?



 

7-60) Matthew is 5 feet tall. He is standing next to a flag post on a sunny day. Matthew's shadow is 3 feet long. At the same time, the shadow of the flag post is 15 feet long. How tall is the flag post? (1 foot is 12 inches.)

 

 

 

 

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