# Examples for 8th grade - page 25

- Pedestrian

Pedestrian came started at 7h in the morning with speed 3.6 km/h. At half-past eleven cyclist started at 27 km/h same way. How many minutes take cyclist to catch up pedestrian? - 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 - Railway

Railway line had on 5.8 km segment climb 9 permille. How many meters track ascent? - Rectangular trapezoid

The rectangular trapezoid having bases length 3.2 cm and 62 mm. The shorter arm has a length 0.25 dm. Calculate the lengths of the diagonals and the second arm. - Common chord

Two circles with radius 15 cm and 11 cm are intersect at two points. Its common chord is long 20 cm. What is the distance of the centers of these circles? - 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. - 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. - Segments

Line segments 52 cm and 7.6 dm long we divide into equal parts which lengths in centimeters is expressed integer. How many ways can we divide? - 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 AB

What is the length of the chord AB if its distance from the center S of the circle k(S, 71 cm) is 27 cm? - Loan

Apply for a $ 20000 loan, the loan repayment period is 19 years, the interest rate 2.3%. How much should I pay for every month (or every year if paid yearly). Example is for practise geometric progression and/or periodic payment for an annuity. - 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. - Pure quadratic equation

Solve pure quadratic equation ?. - Subway

Subway train went between two stations that gradually accelerated for 20 seconds and reached a speed of 80 km/h. At this rate, went 41 seconds. Then 17 seconds slowed to a stop. What was the distance between the stations? - Diamond

Determine the side of diamond if its content is S = 500 cm^{2}and one diagonal u_{2}= 46 cm. - 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 - IS trapezoid

Isosceles trapezoid arm measured 52 cm. Height is 44 cm and middle segment is 50 cm. Determine length of its bases. - Snowman 2

On the medal, which has the shape of a circle with a diameter 17 cm is sketched snowman so that the following requirements are met: 1. snowman is composed of three circles, 2. space over snowman is the same as under it, 3. diameters of all circles express - Truncated pyramid

How many cubic meters is volume of a regular four-side truncated pyramid with edges one meter and 60 cm and high 250 mm? - Estate

Estate shaped rectangular trapezoid has bases long 19 m , 66 m and perpendicular arm 46 m. Calculate how long is its fence.

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