Problem solving involving eggs

Problem solving involves careful analyzing and concentration. Here are a few examples to get your brain ticking:Mr. Thomas has to travel from EggTown to EggVille,
EggCity and back three times each week. If EggVille
is 66 miles from EggTown, how many total miles does
he travel in a week?


Mrs. Wilson needed to buy 14 dozen eggs to make enough
cakes for the party. How many eggs did she buy?


Ostrich eggs cost 45p each.
Hen eggs cost 35p each.
Danielle bought four Ostrich eggs and a bunch of Hen eggs.
She paid with a £5 note and received 40p change.
How many Hen eggs did she buy?


Ostrich eggs cost 45p each.
Hen eggs cost 35p each.
Danielle bought four Ostrich eggs and five Hen eggs.
How much did this cost her?


Green eggs cost 55p each.
Blue eggs cost 35p each.
Danielle bought four Green eggs and six Blue eggs.
How much change would she receive from a £10 note?


A bag contains only Green eggs and Blue eggs.
There are 90 Green eggs in the bag.
The probability of choosing a Green egg from the bag is 0.3
How many Blue eggs are in the bag?


In the first year of an Egg Market a stall sells 1572 eggs, in its
second year it sells 1753 eggs, in its third year it sells 152
less than in its second year. How many eggs are sold in 3 years?


The Evil Egg Man has left a clue for the Police to follow at the scene of each crime.
These are the clues that the Police have found:
 
(1) There is a 1 in the thousands place.
(2) The digit in the tens place is 9 times the digit in the thousands place.
(3) Multiply the digit in the thousands place by 2.
(4) The digit in the ones place is a hand without a thumb.
(5) The digit in the hundreds is 2 less than the number in the tens.
 
Solve the riddle to find the number and help the Police stop the The Evil Egg Man.