# Examples for 9th grade - page 46

- Hexa prism

Determine the volume of hex prism with edge base 4 cm. The body height is 28 cm. - Two numbers

The sum of two numbers is 1. Identify this two numbers if you know that the half of first is equal to the third of second number. - Seamstress

Seamstress bought two kinds of textile together 25 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? - Cube 7

Calculate the volume of a cube, whose sum of the lengths of all edges is 276 cm. - 12 Moons

Good Marry came to ask twelve moons for help with collecting strawberries. All twelve moons 1200 strawberries picked in 20 minutes. But lazy months July and August cease tear after 5 minutes. How many minutes in total will take collect strawberries? - Trapezoid thirds

The ABCD trapezoid with the parallel sides of the AB and the CD and the E point of the AB side if the segment DE divides the trapezoid into two parts with the same area. Find the length of the AE line segment. - Angles of a triangle

In the triangle ABC, the angle beta is 15° greater than the angle alpha. The remaining angle is 30° greater than the sum of the angles alpha and beta. Calculate the angles of a triangle. - Jane and Miro

Jane brother Miro is 42 years. And he is three times old as it was Jane when Miro was for so many years as there are now Jane. How old is Jane? - Crowns

1180 crowns is divided into three people that A got 20% less than B and C by 15% more than B. How many got A,B and C? - Three siblings

Three siblings have birthday in one day-today. Together they have 35 years today. The youngest is three years younger than middle and the oldest is 5 years older than middle. How old is each? - Smallest internal angle

Calculate what size has the smallest internal angle of the triangle if values of angles α:β:γ = 3:4:8 - Count of triangles

Given a square ABCD and on each side 8 internal points. Determine the number of triangles with vertices at these points. - Ring

The ring made from gold and copper alloy has a weight of 14.5 g and a volume of 1.03 cm^{3.}How much gold and how much copper it contains? The metal densities are Au 19.3 g/cm³ and Cu 8.94 kg·dm-3 - Rectangle - sides 3

If in the rectangle ABCD we enlarge the side a by 5 cm and decrease the side b by 2 cm, the rectangle area will be reduced by 5 cm². When we decrease the length of the side a by 4 cm and and at the same time we increase the length of side b by 3 cm we incr - Sprinter

Sprinter runs the relay 4 x 400 m to the handover at speed 42 km/h. A second runner is at the start of the handover area 20 m long and runs when it is the first sprinter at distance 10 m. Calculate the speed at which the second runner must run in order to. - Holidays

Of the 35 students of class were 7 on holiday in Germany and just as much in Italy. 5 students visited Austria. In none of these countries was 21 students, all three visited by one student . In Italy and Austria were 2 students and in Austria and Germany. - 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 14 times. What part of breathing air per day is one exhalation? - Square vs rectangle

Square and rectangle have the same area contents. The length of the rectangle is 9 greater and width 6 less than side of the square. Calculate the side of a square. - Quadrant

In what quadrant is a -1165° angle? - Freight train

The train carries 525 tons of limestone in 29 wagons. Wagons are 15 tonne and 20 tons. How many is 15 ton and how many is 20 ton wagons?

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