# Examples for 7th grade (seventh) - page 17

- Motor physics

Car traveling at 130 km/h on the highway. Pulling power of the motor is 8 kN. Determine engine power in kW. - Hurry - rush

At an average speed 7 km/h I will come from the school to the bus stop for 30 minutes. How fast I need to go if I need to get to the bus stop in 21 minutes? - David number

Jana and David train the addition of the decimal numbers so that each of them will write a single number and these two numbers then add up. The last example was 11.11. David's number had the same number of digits before the decimal point, the Jane's number - Liters in cylinder

Determine the height at which level 24 liters of water in a cylindrical container having a bottom diameter 36 cm. - Chase

Paul travel at 60 km/h. After 18 km ride found that he forgot an important book. His brother Thomas behind him carrying it. How fast must Thomas go to catch up with Paul in 31 minutes? - Pumps

6 pump fills the tank for 3 and a half days. How long will fill the tank 7 equally powerful pumps? - Diameter

If the endpoints of a diameter of a circle are A(10, -1) and B (3, 10), what is the radius of the circle? - Sisters

Sisters Hanka and Vera goes mostly tograndmother by bicycle. Journey took Hanka 30 minutes and Vera 20 minutes. How long will Vera catch up with Hanka when started from home five minutes later than Hanka? - Angles ratio

In a triangle ABC true relationship c is less than b and b is less than a. Internal angles of the triangle are in the ratio 5:4:9. The size of the internal angle beta is: - Money

Everyone complains about the lack of money. In fact, there is no shortage of money, but the relative scarcity of goods and things that people buy for money. Calculate what percentage of the price of all goods and services rose immediately, if everyone has - Vacation

Parents piggybacking children on vacation to its grandmother and grandfather at a city distant 150 kilometers. They agreed to meet halfway. Parents will be travel at 90 km/h, grandmother and grandfather at 60 km/h. Parents depart at 12:00 hours. When grand - Wood

Peter chops wood. If they cut down a half hours a day he ended work in 9 days. But Peter needs to end work 3 days earlier. How many minutes a day should cut down? - Tablecloth

I embroider tablecloth in 20 days but if I embroider 3/4 hours a day I have embroider it for 15 days. How long do I embroider a day? - Racing track

On the racing track circling three cars. The first passes one circuit for 8 seconds, the second for 20 seconds and a third for 8 seconds. a) Calculate number of seconds since the start to catch all three cars together for the first time again across the s - Aircraft

The aircraft has in a fuel tank 68 hl of aviation fuel and flight consumes 3.6 liters of fuel. Identify the function, which expresses the dependence of the volume of fuel in tank on the track distance plane flew by. How many hectolites of fuel is still in - Eggs

Mother bought from neighbors 39 domestic eggs. Her neighbor got back €4.54 from €10. How many euros get back from 20 banknote if she buy 94 eggs from a neighbor? - IS trapezoid

Isosceles trapezoid arm measured 35 cm. Height is 30 cm and middle segment is 65 cm. Determine length of its bases. - Divisibility

Determine all divisors of number 84. - Stones in aquarium

In an aquarium with a length 2 m; width 1.5 m and a depth of 2.5 m is a water level up to three-quarters of the depth. Can we place stones with a volume of 2 m^{3}into the aquarium without water being poured out? - Number train

The numbers 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 and 9 traveled by train. The train had three cars and each was carrying just three numbers. No. 1 rode in the first carriage, and in the last carriage was all odd numbers. The conductor calculated sum of the numbers in the first

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