# Examples for 8th grade - page 69

- Money

Peter has 2x more money than Michael. But if Peter gave Michael € 16 Michael would have 3.5 times more money than Peter. Determine how much money was originally Peter and how much Michael. - 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. - 3 masons

3 masons received 7,700 CZK. The second half received 1/2 more than the first and third twice more than the second mason. How much they each got crowns? - Copper parts

From copper cast were made 3 parts. At first consumed one third of casting, the second 2/3 of rest and the third weighed 18 kg. What is the weight of original copper cast? - Resistance

Determine the resistance of the bulb with current 200 mA and is in regular lamp (230V). - Gasoline tank cylindrical

What is the inner diameter of the tank, which is 8 m long and contains 40 cubic cubic meters of gasoline? - Scale of map

James travels one kilometer in 12 minutes. The route walked for half an hour measured on the map 5 cm. Calculate how many kilometers James walked for half an hour. Find the scale of the map. - Gardens

I have a garden in the shape of a square with a side length of 0.02 kilometers. Neighbor has a large garden as well and one side of the garden we share. I'd bought from a neighbor garden that my area of my garden increased to 5 ares. a/ By how many acres I - Tiles path

A rectangular park measures 24mX18m. A path 2.4m wide is constructed all around it. Find the cost of paving the path with cement tiles of size 60cm X 40cm at the rate of $5.60 per tile ? - Fog

The car started in fog at speed 30 km/h. After a 12-minute drive, the fog dissipated and the driver drove next 12 minutes distance 17 km. On the last 17 km long again the driving conditions deteriorated and the driver drove the speed of 51 km/h. a) Calcu - Three figures - numbers

The sum of three numbers, if each is 10% larger than the previous one, is 662. Determine the figures. - Percentage and rectangle

About what percentage increases perimeter and area of a rectangle if both the sides 12 cm and 10 cm long we increase by 20%? - Trapezium

The length of the base and the height size of the base of the trapezium is at ratio 5:3:2, the content area of the trapezium is 128 cm^{2.}Calculate the length of the base and the height of the trapezoid. - Equilateral triangle v3

Calculate the content of the colored gray part. Equilateral triangle has side length 8 cm. Arc centers are the vertices of a triangle. - Diagonals in diamons/rhombus

Rhombus ABCD has side length AB = 4 cm and a length of one diagonal of 6.4 cm. Calculate the length of the other diagonal. - Brigade

On a weekly forest brigade operates 12 students. After plant one hundred spruces get x CZK, anfter one hundred pines y CZK. How many CZK got one student for one day if planted spruces 25000 and 30000 pines week? - Three monks

Three medieval monks has task to copy 600 pages of the Bible. One rewrites in three days 1 page, second in 2 days 3 pages and a third in 4 days 2 sides. Calculate for how many days and what day the monks will have copied whole Bible when they begin Wednesd - Eight blocks

Dana had the task to save the eight blocks of these rules: 1. Between two red cubes must be a different color. 2. Between two blue must be two different colors. 3. Between two green must be three different colors. 4. Between two yellow blocks must be four - Rectangle

The width of the rectangle is 65% of its length. Perimeter of the rectangle is 132 cm. Determine the dimensions of the rectangle. - Addends

Number 118 divide into two addends, so first addend is 69 greater than 75% of the second addend.

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