# Examples for 7th grade (seventh) - page 40

- Stamps and albums

Michail has in three albums stored 170 stamps. In the first album, there are 14 more than in the second and in the second is by 1/5 less than in the third. How many stamps are in the first album? - Tissues

The store got three kinds of tissues - 132 children, 156 women and 204 men. Tissues each species were packed into boxes after the number of pieces the same for all three types (and greatest). Determine the number, if you know that every box has more than 6 - Boots

Master shoemaker has three apprentices. First do one pair of boots for two days, second for 1 day, third on 1.5 day. If they worked together, for how long it would take made a couple of boots? - Football season

Throughout the football season gave Adam the 23 goals more than Brano and 16 goals less than Karol. Edo gave the 6 goals more Dušan. Karol gave 5 more than Edo. Brano and Edo gave together 17 goals. How many goals gave each boy and how many goals gave the. - Double-track

On double-track express met with a freight train. Express travel at speed 72 km/h, a freight train at speed 36 km/h. After what time period will be from 9 km apart? - Bob and Bobek

At 10h 20min runs Bobek from hat at average speed 12 km/h. At what time must run out Bob at speed 18 km/h to catch him 9 kilometers from the hat? - Concrete box

The concrete box with walls thick 5 cm has the following external dimensions: length 1.4 m, width 38 cm and height 42 cm. How many liters of soil can fit if I fill it to the brim? - President

The country has 5.11 million citizens which 2.12 million are voters. Turnout was 34.4%. President R. F. was elected from 20 candidates for president and won with 38% of votes. Calculate what percentage of the country's citizens voted R.F. as president o - Shepherd

The shepherd has fewer than 500 sheep; where they can be up to 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 row is always 1 remain, and as can be increased up to 7 rows of the sheep, and it is not increased no ovine. How many sheep has a shepherd? - Box of chocolates

In a box of chocolates was 16 candies. Christopher and Luke they were distributed: a) Christopher had about 4 candies over Luke, b) Christopher had about 6 candies less than Luke, c) Christopher had 3 times more sweet than Luke. How many had each boy can - Chord 4

I need to calculate the circumference of a circle, I know the chord length c=22 cm and the distance from the center d=29 cm chord to the circle. - Siblings

Three siblings had saved up a total of 1,274 CZK. Peter had saved up to 15% more than Jirka and Hanka 10% less than Peter. How much money they saved each one of them? - Tiles

How much you will pay CZK for laying tiles in a square room with a diagonal of 8 m if 1 m^{2}cost CZK 420? - Circle

What is the radius of the circle whose perimeter is 6 cm? - Parallelogram ABCD

The area of parallelogram ABCD is 440 cm^{2}. Points M and N are the midpoints of the sides AB and BC. What is the area of a quadrilateral MBND? - Unknown number 5

I think unknown number. If we enlarge it five times then subtract 3 and result decreases by 75% we get the number by one greater than the number I think. What number am I thinking? - Water tank

Water tank shape of cuboid has dimensions of the bottom 7.5 meters and 3 meters. How high will reach the water in the tank will flow 10 liters of water per second and the inflow will be open 5/6 hour? (Calculate to one decimal place and the results give in - Cube 5

The content area of one cube wall is 32 square centimeters. Determine the length of its edges, its surface and volume. - Bonbons 2

Kilo sweets will cost 260 CZK. The first type has a price per 320 kg, the second type 240 CZK per kg. How many kilos of both kinds of sweets need to prepare a 100 kg mixture ? - Waiting room

In the waiting room are people and flies. Together they have 15 heads and 50 legs (fly has 6 legs). How many people and flies are in the waiting room?

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