# Examples for 8th grade - page 73

- Briefcase

The cost of producing briefcase is € 45. The manufacturer wants to sell it at a profit 30%. For how much will briefcase sell? - Pet store

In a pet store, they are selling out the fish from one aquarium. Ondra wanted half of all fish, but they don't wish cut by hal fany fish he got one more than demanded. Matthew wished the remaining half of the fish, but as Andrew got half the fish more th - Costume

Denisa is preparing for a goldsmith's costume carnival. During the preparations, she thought she would let her hair wipe instead - she would apply a 5 μm thick layer of gold to each hair. How much gold would Denisa need? Assume that all hundred thousand De - Peppers

In the box are yellow (a), green (b) and red (c) peppers. Their amount is in a ratio 2:4:1 . Most are yellow peppers and green the least. Calculate the number of peppers each type if the total number of peppers is 77. - Dwarfs

Four dwarfs would prepare firewood for Snow White in580 minutes. After an hour and a half they recruit friends so that finished preparing the wood for 280 minutes. How many dwarfs they recruited? - Even / odd numbers

a / Using variable n write two consecutive odd numbers. b / the sum of three consecutive odd numbers is 333. What are this numbers? - Pipe cross section

The pipe has an outside diameter 1100 mm and the pipe wall is 100 mm thick. Calculate the cross section of this pipe. - Principal and interest

Peter put € 270 principal into bank and at the end of the year on account was € 282. To what annual interest rate that Peter had deposited money in the bank? - Prism - eq triangle

Calculate the volume and surface of the prism with the base of an equilateral triangle with side a = 4cm and the body height is 6cm. - Grass

Peter and Stano lawn grass for 3 hours 12 minutes. How long would it take to Peter if Stano lawn grass himself for 384 minutes. - Barrel 4

Barrel of water weighs 63 kg. After off 75% water, the weight of the barrel with water is 21 kg. How many kg weigh empty barrel and how many kgs water in it? - Billboard

Rectangular billboard is 2.5 m long with a diagonal 2.8 m long. Calculate the perimeter and the content area of the billboard. - Apples 2

James has 13 apples. It has 30 percent more apples than Sam. How many apples has Sam? - Bottles

Mrs. Violet brewed 15 l of raspberry juice. She poured it into 17 bottles. Some were 3/4 liter and some one liter. How many was bottles of this two types? - Mass

The thickness of a metallic tube is 1cm and its outer radius is 11cm. Find the mass of such 1m long tube, if the density of the metal is 7.5g per cubic cm. - The percentages in practice

If every tenth apple on the tree is rotten it can be expressed by percentages: 10% of the apples on the tree is rotten. Tell percent using the following information: a. in June rained 6 days b, increase worker pay 500 euros to 50 euros c, grabbed 21 fro - One-third

A one-third of unknown number is equal to five times as great as the difference of the same unknown number and number 28. Determine the unknown number. - Cakes

Grandmother baked cakes. Half of its was poppy, quarter with plum jam and 16 cheesecakes. How many cakes she baked in total? - Points on circle

In the Cartesian coordinate system with the origin O is a sketched circle k /O; r=2 cm/. Write all the points that lie on a circle k and whose coordinates are integers. Write all the points that lie on the circle I / O; r=5 cm / and whose coordinates are i - Apples 2

How many apples were originally on the tree, if the first day fell one third, the second day quarter of the rest and on tree remained 45 apples?

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