# Examples for 5th grade (the fifth graders) - page 7

- Triangle

Prove whether you can construct a triangle ABC, if a=9 cm, b=10 cm, c=4 cm. - Thermometer

The thermometer showed -13°C at morning. Then temperature was increased by 5°C again increased by 1°C and then decreased by 3°C and then decreased by 3°C. Which terminal temperature thermometer shows? - Trains

Daily passes the same track section 8 pairs of trains with average 2400 passagers. How many people average travel in one train? - Milimeters

The pool is 6 meters long, 3 meters wide and the water in it is filled with water to a height 1.9 m. When John jumped into it and completely submerged, the level has risen by 4.2 mm. How much weight John when we know that one liter of the human body weighs - Addition of Roman numbers

Added together and write as decimal number: XXXIV + MDCCXII - Angle

Draw angle |∠ ABC| = 130° and built its axis. What angle is between axis angle and arm of angle? - Lidl calculator

We don't like to advertise unnamed retail chains. But offers relatively high-quality scientific/technical calculator OLYMPIA 8510S with 97 functions(features) for 3.48 Eur. Calculate how many cents costs one feature of this calculator. We believe that. - What is missing (1000)

What number is to add to get 1000? - Seeds

The field has a rectangular shape with dimensions of 128 m and 350 m. How many kg of seed are needed for sowing if the 1 m^{2}will consume 25 g of seeds? - Minute hand v2

In how many minutes describe the minute hand angle 60 degrees? - Dairy

Diary workers calculated according to the standards that from the 108 liters of milk is possible to produce 9 kg cheese. How many tons of cheese was possible according to standards make from milk from 100 cows devoted for 30 days with average daily milk. - Garden

Rectangular garden has a length 82 m and width 32 m. Calculate how many m^{2}will decrease its area if land by ornamental fence with width 50 cm. - Integers

May be the sum of two integers less than their difference? - Digits

Write the smallest and largest 1-digit number. - Glasses

Imagine a set of students in your class (number of students: 19), who wears glasses. How much minimum and maximum element may contain this set. - Drive

At the bus stop 8 people take out and 10 people take into bus. Next stop 6 take out and 5 take in. On the third stop 6 take out and 3 take in. The bus traveled further with 39 people. How many passengers were originally at the bus? - Numbers

By how many is the difference of numbers 8 and 34 less than its product? - Wire cut

A wire of length 7 m was cut into equal lengths using 4 cuts. How long is each piece? - Steps

Adult step has a length 76 cm. How many steps will he goes distance 50 meters? How many meters he goes when he makes 700 steps? - Circles

For the circle c_{1}(S_{1}; r_{1}=146 cm) and c_{2}(S_{2}; r_{2}= 144 cm) is distance of centers |S_{1}S_{2}| = 295 cm. Determine the distance between the circles.

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