# Examples for 8th grade - page 35

- Raspberries

Dano had 20 raspberries. John had 90% more raspberries than Dano. Determine how many raspberries have Dano and Juraj together. - Rectangle

Perimeter of rectangle is 48 cm. Calculate its dimensions if they are in the ratio 5:3 (width:height) - Bronze, tin and copper

Bronze is an alloy of tin and copper. An alloy of 10% tin and 90% copper is Gunmetal. If it contains 20% tin and 80% copper, it is bell metal. How many tons of molten bell metal and how many tons of copper is needed to make 100 tons of Gunmetal? - Rectangle

The perimeter of the rectangle is 22 cm and content area 30 cm^{2.}Determine its dimensions, if the length of the sides of the rectangle in centimeters is expressed by integers. - Water lake

The length of the lake water is 8 meters width 7 meters and depth 120 centimeters. How many liters of water can fit into the water lake? - Dining room

The dining room has 11 tables (six and eight seats). In total there are 78 seats in the dining room. How many are six-and eight-seat tables? - 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? - James

James paints a fence. If every day instead of 14 planks painted 16 would be done on one day earlier. How many of planks has a fence altogether? - Seamstress 2

Seamstress bought two kinds of textile in whole meters. One at 50 SKK and the second 70 SKK per meter. How many meter bought from this two textiles when paid totally 1540 SKK? - Eva

When Eva buys 8 packages of cookies 4 CZK left her. If she wanted to buy 10 packages, she would have to borrow 20 CZK. How much money has Eva in her wallet? - Ski lessons

On the ski course leaves 80 pupils. They live in triple and quadruple rooms. Count if rooms is the 23. How many are triple and quadruple rooms? - Pedestrian up-down hill

Pedestrian goes for a walk first at plane at 4 km/h, then uphill 3 km/h. Then it is in the middle of the route, turns back and goes downhill at speed 6 km/h. Total walk was 6 hours. How many kilometers went pedestrian? - Sportsman

A trained athlete is able to exhale after a deep breath still 500 ml of air. At normal inhalation and exhalation is breathing 500 ml of air. Within one minute, one breath and exhaled 19 times. What part of breathing air per day is one exhalation? - Typing course

Before taking a typing course, Seth could type 30 words per minute. By the end of the course, he was able to type 66 words per minute. Find the percent increase. - Hands

The clock shows 12 hours. After how many minutes will agle between hour and minute hand 80°? Consider the continuous movement of both hands hours. - Bath

In the bath is 30 liters of hot water. Then added 38 liters of cold water at temperature of 17 °C decreased temperature of water to 48 °C. What was the initial temperature of the hot water? - 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? - Three workers

Three workers got paid for work. First earn € 50, the second € 100 and third € 60. For further work should receive together € 735. How do you divide that amount in order to be distributed in the same proportion as the first job? - Dried apples

How many kilograms of fresh apples id needed to 120 kg of dried apples when from 0.4 tons of fresh apples we get 75 kg of dried apples? - Three children

3 children eat 8 chocolates in 6 days. How many chocolates 6 children eat in 18 days?

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