# Examples for 9th grade - page 39

- Diamond

Rhombus has side 23 cm and and one of diagonal 36 cm long. Calculate its area. - 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 - Quadrilateral

In the square ABCD point P is in the middle of the DC side and point Q in the middle pages AD. If the area of quadrilateral BQPC is 96 cm^{2,}what is the area of ABCD? - Motion 2

At 10 o'clock started from place A car speed at 90 km/h. 20 minutes after started from the place B at speed 60 km/h another car. Distance places A and B is 120 kilometers. What time and where they meet? - Orchard

Route passes trapezoidal orchard perpendicular to the parallel sides. It is 80 cm wide. The lengths of the bases are in the ratio 5:3 and the length of the longer base to the length of the path is in the ratio 5:6. How many square meters occupies the rou - Sphere vs cube

How many % of the surface of a sphere of radius 12 cm is the surface of a cube inscribed in this sphere? - Tank No 8

Tank is filled by one inlet valve with a flow rate of 12 liters per second in 72 minutes. How long take the tank to fill, if we open half an hour after one more inlet? - Lie/do not lie

The function is given by the rule f(x) = -x-12. Determine whether point D[-4; 2] lies on this function. Solve graphically or numerically and give reasons for the your answer. - Cube corners

From cube of edge 8 cm cut off all vertices so that each cutting plane intersects the edges 2 cm from the nearest vertice. How many edges will have this body? - Water pool

Pool with volume 990hl completely filled, if water flows by one tap 8 hours and by second tap 6 hours. First tap give 10hl more than second per hour. How many hl flows in each of them in an hour? - Tetrahedral prism

The height of a regular tetrahedral prism is three times greater than the length of the base edge. Calculate the length of the base edge, if you know that the prism volume is 2187 cm^{3.} - Plot

The length of the rectangle is 8 smaller than three times the width. If we increase the width by 5% of the length and the length is reduced by 14% of the width, the circumference of rectangle will be increased by 30 m. What are the dimensions of the rectan - Garden pool

Mr. Novak fill garden pool (cylinder; diameter of 200 cm) with 31.4 hl of water. What is the depth of the pool when the water level is 10 cm below the upper edge of the pool? - Rectangle

The rectangle is 18 cm long and 10 cm wide. Determine the diameter of the circle circumscribed to rectangle. - Trainings

The table contains tennis training schedule for Saturday's younger students during the winter indoor season. Before the start of the summer season is preparing a new training schedule. Tomas Kucera will be able to practice only in the morning, sisters Kova - Percentage of waste

In a square plate with side 42 cm we cut 4 same circles. Calculate the percentage of waste. - Weekly service

In the class are 16 pupils. How many opportunities have the teacher if he wants choose two pupils randomly who will weeklies? - Blackjack TU160

Bomber Tupolev TU160 started at 9:00 from the airport and flew at average speed of 1850 km/h toward the airfield B distant 3500 km. After evaluating the danger from the airport B started at 9:45 B towards A fighter MIG 29 at an average speed 2300 km/h. At - Parcel

Both dimensions of the rectangular parcel were increased by 40%. By how many % has increased its acreage? - Rectangle and circle

The rectangle ABCD has side lengths a = 40 mm and b = 30 mm and is circumscribed by a circle k. Calculate approximately how many cm is circle long.

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