Examples for 8th grade - page 86

  1. Alcohol mixture
    pipe2_2 Three liters of 96 percent alcohol we set up a certain amount of distilled water to form a 54-percent alcohol. How many liters of distilled water were used?
  2. Contract
    clocks_5 8 employees complete the contract for 65 hours. After 17 hours, 3 employees had to leave for another job. How many more hours will the job on contract be fulfilled?
  3. Chocolate roll
    chocholate_3 The cube of 5 cm chocolate roll weighs 30 g. How many calories will contain the same chocolate roller of a prism shape with a length of 0.5 m whose cross section is an isosceles trapezoid with bases 25 and 13 cm and legs 10 cm. You know that 100 g of this.
  4. Price saleoff
    2digits_1 Shoes standing y euros. At first they were discounted by 12% and then 50% of the new amount. After this double cheapening the cost was exactly 22 euros. Determine the original price of shoes.
  5. Two aircraft
    dreamliner Two planes fly to the airport. At some point, the first airplane is away from the airport 98 km and the second 138 km. The first aircraft flies at an average speed of 420 km/h, the second average speed is 360 km/h, while the tracks of both planes are perpe
  6. Tailor master
    saty There are less than 50m of textile in the tailoring workshop. When cutting on a blouse (consumption 1.5m), no textile is left. When using a cloth (consumption of 3.2m), no textile is left. How many meters of textile are in a tailor's workshop?
  7. Comparing salaries
    eura_5 Spouses compared salaries. Mrs. Janka found that a 20% higher salary than Mr Jaroslav. Together earned € 1,430. How much they earn each of them?
  8. Two trains
    trains_1 There are two trains running the same distance. 1st train will travel it in 7 hours 21minutes. 2nd the train will travel 5 hours 57minutes and 34 seconds and it is 14 km/h faster than the first train. What are speeds of trains and how long is this railway
  9. Unknown number
    5nums_1 Determine the unknown number, which double of its fourth square is equal the fifth its square.
  10. PC disks
    diskette Peter has 45 disks in three colors. One-fifth of the disks are blue, red are twice more than the white. How much is blue, red and white disks?
  11. Pyramid four sides
    jehlan_4b_obdelnik_1 In a regular tetrahedral pyramid is a body height 38 cm and a wall height 42 cm. Calculate the surface area of the pyramid; the result round to square centimeters.
  12. Probably member
    math_series Look at the series 2,6,25,96,285, ? What number should come next?
  13. Wall diagonal
    cube_6 Calculate the length of wall diagonal of the cube whose surface is 384 cm square.
  14. Rhombus
    kosostvorec_6 If we increase the rhombus side by 2.4 cm; its perimeter is 20 cm. How long was the side of the rhombus?
  15. Desribed circle to rectangle
    rectangle_in_circle_1 Rectangle with sides 6 cm and 4 cm was circumscribed circle. What part of the content of the circle determined by the circumscribed circle occupies a rectangle? Express in perctentages(%).
  16. Rainfall
    rain_2 The annual average rainfall in India was in Cherrapunji in the year 1981 26 461 mm. How many hectoliters of water fell on 1 m2? Would fit this amount of water into a cube of three meters?
  17. Blueberries
    blackberries Miko and Anton have a total of 1,580 blueberries. Miko and Anton have them in the ratio 2: 3. Determine how much each of them has.
  18. The cylinder base
    valec_4 The cylinder with a base of 8 dm2 has a volume of 120 liters. From a cylinder fully filled with water, 40 liters of water was removed. At what height from the bottom /with precision to dm/ is the water level?
  19. Candies
    zele-bonbony_1 The price for 1 kg of more expensive candies is 125 CZK. The price for 1 kg of cheaper candy is 100 CZK. We mix two different mixtures of candy. A) The first mixture contains 2 kg more expensive and 0.5 kg cheaper candy. Calculate the price for 1 kg of t
  20. 3 masons
    cnb_1 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?

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