# Examples for 8th grade - page 34

- Mushrooms from the forest

Magda and Tereza goes to pick mushrooms. Total found 70 mushrooms. Magda found that between fungi found 5/9 bedel. Tereza discovered that she found among fungi are 2/17 champignons. How many mushrooms found Magda? - Squaring the Circle

Calculating side of the square with the same area as the circle of radius 18. - 3sides prism

The base of vertical prism is an isosceles triangle whose base is 10 cm and the arm is 13 cm long. Prism height is three times the height of base triangle. Calculate the surface area of the prism. - Lathe

Calculate the percentage of waste if the cube with 53 cm long edge is lathed to cylinder with a maximum volume. - Skier

At this point, the first skier lead 20 km before the second skier and travels at a constant speed 19 km/h. The second skier rides at 24 km/h. How long take him to catch up the first? - The professor's birthday

Professor of mathematics had 57 birthdays. The director congratulated him. The professor asked the director: "And how old are you?" The director replied: "I'm exactly twice as many years than you were when I was old as to you today." How old is the direc - Triangle

Calculate heights of the triangle ABC if sides of the triangle are a=75, b=84 and c=33. - ISO Triangle V2

Perimeter of RR triangle (isosceles) is 474 m and the base is 48 m longer than the arms. Calculate the area of this triangle. - Bricks

Openings in perforated bricks occupy 10% and brick has dimensions 30 cm, 15 cm and 7.5 cm. Calculate a) the weight of a perforated bricks, if you know that the density of the full brick material is p = 1800 kg/m^{3}(1.8 kg/dm^{3}) b) the number of perforated. - Carbon dioxide

Calculate how many grams of oxygen are in 50 g of carbon dioxide CO_{2}. Relative atomic mass of oxygen is 16 and of carbon is 12. - Again saw

From the trunk of the tree we have to a sculpture beam with rectangular cross-section with dimensions 146 mm and 128 mm. What is the trunk smallest diameter? - Cube wall

Calculate the cube's diagonal diagonal if you know that the surface of one wall is equal to 36 centimeters square. Please also calculate its volume. - Pumps 3

Two pumps of the same power fill the garden pool for 10 hours. How many of these pumps would have to use if we want to shorten the filling of the pool to four hours? - Similarity of squares

The ratio of the similarity of the squares ABCD and KLMN is 2.5. Square KLMN area is greater than area of a square ABCD with side a: ? - Gon functions

Decide which of the numbers (values of trigonometric functions) are positive and which are negative (or zero). Positive mark +1 and negative -1. - Pennies

800 pennies have the same value as 100 ducats. 100 pennies have the same value as 250 tolars. How many ducats has the same value as 100 tolars? - Ladder

8.3 meters long ladder is leaning against the wall of the well, and its lower end is 1.2 meters from this wall. How high from the bottom of a well is the top edge of the ladder? - Clock

What distance will pass end of 8 cm long hour hand for 15 minutes? - Pyramid 8

Calculate the volume and the surface area of a regular quadrangular pyramid with the base side 9 cm and side wall with the base has an angle 75°. - Retail

At what price bought retail 1 kg goods from wholesale, if lost in the distribution is 4% of weight of the goods and retail still have a profit of 6.3%? Goods are sold at retail for 25 euro per kg.

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