# Examples for 8th grade - page 24

- Four pupils

Four pupils divided $ 1805 so that the second received 40% less than the first, the third 1/2 less than a fourth and fourth $ 78 less than the first. How much money had each of them? - Diagonals

Rhombus has two diagonals e=14 dm and f=11 dm. Calculate the side angle and height of the rhombus. - Hexagon 5

The distance of parallel sides of regular hexagonal is 61 cm. Calculate the length of the radius of the circle described to this hexagon. - Area codes

How many 6 digit area codes are possible if the first number can't be zero? - Park

In the newly built park will be permanently placed a rotating sprayer irrigation of lawns. Determine the largest radius of the circle which can irrigate by sprayer P so not to spray park visitors on line AB. Distance AB = 55 m, AP = 36 m and BP = 28 m. - Machines

In the workshop are three machines. The first is treated 250 parts for 4.7 hours, the second is treated 300 parts for 1.9 hours and the third is treated 230 parts for 4.6 hours. How long will take to make 3100 parts if worked all three machines at the. - Rectangle - desc circle

Length of the sides of the rectangle are at a ratio 1: 3 . Radius of the circle circumscribed to rectangle is 10 cm. Calculate the rectangle's perimeter. - Three drivers

Three driversdriving the same direction found that they have same amounth of gasoline. The first is enough to go 6 km, 4 km second and third 3km. Gasoline they divided so all three just drove to the nearest petrol station. How many km away was a petrol sta - Rail turn

The curve radius on the railway line is 532 m . Length of rail track on it is 818 m. How many degrees is the angle ASB, if A and B are boundary points and S is center of arc curve. - Rhombus

Calculate the length of the diagonal AC of the rhombus ABCD, if its perimeter is 84 dm and the other diagonal BD has length 20 dm. - Tank and water

Cylindrical tank were poured with 3.5 liters of water. If tank base diameter is 3 dm, how height is water level in? - Hexagonal pyramid

Base of the pyramid is a regular hexagon, which can be circumscribed in a circle with a radius of 1 meter. Calculate the volume of a pyramid 2.5 meters high. - Prism - box

The base of prism is a rectangle with a side of 7.5 cm and 12.5 cm diagonal. The volume of the prism is V = 0.9 dm^{3.}Calculate the surface of the prism. - Hairs

Suppose the length of the hair is affected by only the α-keratin synthesis, which is the major component. This synthesis takes place in the epithelial cells of the hair bulb. The structure of α-keratin is made up of α-helix, wherein in one revolution it is - Semicircle

In the semicircle with center S and the diameter AB is constructed equilateral triangle SBC. What is the magnitude of the angle ∠SAC? - Hockey players

After we cycle five hockey players sit down. What is the probability that the two best scorers of this crew will sit next to each other? - Two valves

Water fill the pool by two valves for 11 days. After 7 days the first valve was stopped and the second valve fill pool for 7 days. How many days took to fill the pool each of the valves individually? - Cone

If the segment of the line y = -3x +4 that lies in quadrant I is rotated about the y-axis, a cone is formed. What is the volume of the cone? - Ladislav in Amsterdam

Ladislav was reward and went to conference in Amsterdam. Conferense fee was € 3484. Calculate how many books Ladislav could buy at the price of 48 and 52 euros if he don't want fill whole home library and he can buy only 70 books? - Fixed expenses 2013

Since 2013, the Slovak government plans to tax more small one person businesses. Instead of fixed expences 40% will be fixed expences 40% of gross income up to 420 Eur. Calculate what percentage of fixed expences will in 2013 pays from gross income 2236 E

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