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Just in case you are curious, to give you some inspiration, or just for browsing: Here are our Top Ten lists. These lists are created daily from current actual activity of our users.

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Top Ton most popular math problems

These are the problems that are used most to build customized worksheets.

Click the Quickname to go to the detail view page for the problem. You can download sample worksheets and solution sheets for this problem there, too. If you remember the problem's Quickname, you can add it to your own worksheet quickly: in the bottom right corner of the worksheet editor, there is a form field for it.

Place
Problem's name
Description
Quickname
Example
1.
Match binomic formula to simplified form
Find matching terms of original and simplified binomic formulas in two lists.
Match binomic formula to simplified form
2.
Missing elements in unlike fractions
In unlike fractions of the same value, numerators or denominators have to be filled in.
Missing elements in unlike fractions
3.
Columnar addition
Columnar addition of multiple summands.
Columnar addition
4.
Columnar addition with blanks
Blanks in columnar addition to be filled in correctly.
Columnar addition with blanks
5.
Binomic formula fill in blanks
Fill gaps correctly in binomic formulas
Binomic formula fill in blanks
6.
Triangle label parts
A fully or partly unlabeled triangle is given. The vertices, sides or angles have to be labeled correctly.
Triangle label parts
7.
Angle types
For a given angle, the correct type has to be marked.
Angle types
8.
Reduce fractions
A fraction has to be reduced to lowest terms.
Reduce fractions
9.
Number line find midpoint
On a number line, the midpoint between to marks has to be identified.
Number line find midpoint
10.
Name the 3d geometric shape
An oblique sketch of a geometric shape is shown. Name the shape.
Name the 3d geometric shape


The top ten most frequently generated problems

Here at dw-math, math problems are generated automatically according to your needs. This is why all problems look different. These are the problems that our users have been re-generating the most during the last 60 days. This means that there are problems have been added to a worksheet or have been refreshed on existing worksheets frequently..

Click the Quickname to go to the detail view page for the problem. You can download sample worksheets and solution sheets for this problem there, too. If you remember the problem's Quickname, you can add it to your own worksheet quickly: in the bottom right corner of the worksheet editor, there is a form field for it.

Place
Problem's name
Description
Quickname
Example
1.
Fractions addition subtraction fill in the blanks
In a sum term of fractions, blanks have to be filled in correctly
Fractions addition subtraction fill in the blanks
2.
Fractions addition subtraction
Adding and subtracting fractions
Fractions addition subtraction
3.
Match binomic formula to simplified form
Find matching terms of original and simplified binomic formulas in two lists.
Match binomic formula to simplified form
4.
Missing elements in unlike fractions
In unlike fractions of the same value, numerators or denominators have to be filled in.
Missing elements in unlike fractions
5.
Columnar addition
Columnar addition of multiple summands.
Columnar addition
6.
Columnar addition with blanks
Blanks in columnar addition to be filled in correctly.
Columnar addition with blanks
7.
Binomic formula fill in blanks
Fill gaps correctly in binomic formulas
Binomic formula fill in blanks
8.
Triangle label parts
A fully or partly unlabeled triangle is given. The vertices, sides or angles have to be labeled correctly.
Triangle label parts
9.
Angle types
For a given angle, the correct type has to be marked.
Angle types
10.
Reduce fractions
A fraction has to be reduced to lowest terms.
Reduce fractions
These informational pages with samples describe math problems that can be combined on custom math worksheets with solutions for home and K-12 school use.
Please visit the dw math main page for more information!
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