# Examples for 9th grade - page 46

- Rectangle - parallelogram

It is given a rectangle that is circumscribed by a circle with a radius of 5 cm. The short side of the rectangle measures 6 cm. Calculate the perimeter of a parallelogram ABCD whose vertices are the midpoints of the sides of the rectangle. - Gasoline

35 l of gasoline is to be divided into four canisters so that in the third canister was 5 l less than the first canister, the fourth canister 10 l more than in the third canister and the second canister half what in the first canister. How many liters of. - Chord distance

The circle k (S, 6 cm), calculate the chord distance from the center circle S when the length of the chord is t = 10 cm. - Prism

The volume of tetrahedral prism is 2.43 m^{3.}Base of prism is a parallelogram in which a side 2,5dm and height ha = 18cm. Calculate the height of the prism. - Two cars

From the town A to town B started two cars. The first at 7:00 at average speed 60 km per hour, the second at 10:00 at average speed 100 km per hour. The first car will not stay in B, and on the way back meet the second car at half way from A to B. At what. - Tiles

How many square tiles with the content 121 cm^{2}has to be ordered for the paving of the square room with a side length of 2.75 meters? - Copiers

The new copier copying a folder of papers 5 min. faster than the old. The operator used new, but out of toner and exchange took 5 min. In that time copied on the old. The whole work has been done for 9 min. How long would the work done only by old copier? - Legs

In the room are four-legged chairs, three-legged stool, and all are sitted with (one) people. I counted all the leg room and there were a total of 39. How many are there chairs, stool and people? - Triangular pyramid

It is given perpendicular regular triangular pyramid: base side a = 5 cm, height v = 8 cm, volume V = 28.8 cm^{3.}What is it content (surface area)? - Bevel

I have bevel in the ratio 1:6. What is the angle and how do I calculate it? - Circles

In the circle with a radius 7.5 cm are constructed two parallel chord whose lengths are 9 cm and 12 cm. Calculate the distance of these chords (if there are two possible solutions write both). - Meat

Half a kilogram of pork and three-quarters of a kilogram of beef cost total 6.6 USD. One quarter of a kilogram of beef and 1 kilogram of pork cost 6.3 USD. Determine the price of 1 kg of each type of meat. - Elevator

In homes with more floor elevators are used. For passenger transport, the most commonly used traction elevator counterweight. The top of the shaft engine room with the engine. The car is suspended on a rope, which is guided up over two pulleys to the count - 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 - Sails

We known heights 220, 165 and 132 of sail. It has triangular shape. What is the surface of the sail? - EQL triangle

Calculate inradius and circumradius of equilateral triangle with side a=100 cm. - Flowerbed

Flowerbed has the shape of an isosceles obtuse triangle. Arm has a size 6.1 meters and an angle opposite to the base size is 93°. What is the distance from the base to opposite vertex? - Trapezoid ABCD

Calculate the perimeter of trapezoid ABCD if we know the side c=25, b=16 which is also a height and side d=27. - Against each other

From two points A, B distant 45 km at the same time started two cars against each other at speeds 81 km/h and 67 km/h. How long does cars meet and what distance passes each of them? - Lid

What is the weight of concrete cover (lid) to round shape well with a diameter 1.3 m, if the thickness of the cover is 15 cm? 1 m^{3}of concrete weighs 2190 kg.

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