# Examples for 8th grade - page 24

- The car

The car has traveled the distance between A and B for four hour. If we increased the average by 17 km/h the car travel this distance an hour earlier. Determine the initial speed of the car and the distance between A and B. - Chord

In a circle with radius r=11 cm is chord 4× longer than its distance from the center. What is the length of the chord? - Certificate

There is 28 students in a class. From mathematics was'nt worse mark than 2. Average mark in mathematics was 1.4643. How many students have mark 1 and how many mark 2? - Segments

Line segments 90 cm and 5.1 dm long we divide into equal parts which lengths in centimeters is expressed integer. How many ways can we divide? - Truck

In 7 hours started from town Krnov truck at speed 40 km/h. Passenger car started against it in 8 hours 30 minutes from the city of Jihlava at speed 70 km/h. Distance between this two cities is 225 km. At what time and at what distance from Krnov this two. - Five girls

Five girls traveling by bus. Each holds in each hand two baskets. In each basket are four cats. Each cat has three kittens. Two girls exits bus. How many legs are in the bus? - Cubes

Surfaces of cubes, one of which has an edge of 18 cm shorter than the other, differ by 7776 mm^{2.}Determine the length of the edges of this cubes. - Newton's task

Grass grows in the meadow equally fast and evenly. It is known that 58 cows graze meadow for 30 days and 80 cows by 19 days. How many cows graze meadow for 6 days? - Monty Hall

Suppose you're on a game show, and you're given the choice of three doors: Behind one door is a car; behind the others, goats. You pick a door, say No. 1, and the host, who knows what's behind the doors, opens another door, say No. 3, which has a goat. W - Property

The length of the rectangle-shaped property is 8 meters less than three times of the width. If we increase the width 5% of a length and lendth reduce by 14% of the width it will increase the property perimeter by 13 meters. How much will the property cost - Rope

One half of rope use Mam for packaging, half of the rest got son, half of the rest he took father and two fifths of what remained, got daughter. Remained 52 cm of rope. How long was rope at the beginning? - Vintner

How high can vintner fill keg with crushed red grapes if these grapes occupy a volume of 20 percent? Keg is cylindrical with a diameter of the base 1 m and a volume 9.42 hl. Start from the premise that says that fermentation will fill the keg (the number. - OPT

What is the perimerer of a right triangle with the cathetuses 20 cm and 13 cm? - Pharmacy

At the pharmacy are in one container 20% solution in the second 50% solution of disinfectant. They need to prepare 24 L of 36-percent solution. What amount of solution from each container is needed to mix? - Four pupils

Four pupils divided $ 1938 so that the second received 20% less than the first, the third 1/6 less than a fourth and fourth $ 132 less than the first. How much money had each of them? - Isosceles trapezoid

Calculate the area of an isosceles trapezoid whose bases are in the ratio of 4:3; leg b = 13 cm and height = 12 cm. - Volume from surface area

What is the volume of the cube whose surface area is 96 cm^{2}? - Diagonals

Rhombus has two diagonals e=11 dm and f=17 dm. Calculate the side angle and height of the rhombus. - 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. - Hexagon 5

The distance of parallel sides of regular hexagonal is 81 cm. Calculate the length of the radius of the circle described to this hexagon.

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