# Examples for 9th grade - page 61

- Resistance

Determine the resistance of the bulb with current 200 mA and is in regular lamp (230V). - Rectangular triangle PQR

In the rectangular triangle PQR, the PQ leg is divided by the X point into two segments of which longer is 25cm long. The second leg PR has a length 16 cm. The length of the RX is 20 cm. Calculate the length p of side RQ. The result is round to 2 decimal - The tent

The tent shape of a regular quadrilateral pyramid has a base edge length a = 2 m and a height v = 1.8 m. How many m^{2}of cloth we need to make the tent if we have to add 7% of the seams? How many m^{3}of air will be in the tent? - Gasoline tank cylindrical

What is the inner diameter of the tank, which is 8 m long and contains 40 cubic cubic meters of gasoline? - Scale of map

James travels one kilometer in 12 minutes. The route walked for half an hour measured on the map 5 cm. Calculate how many kilometers James walked for half an hour. Find the scale of the map. - Call of Duty

Game Call of Duty in CTF (Capture the Flag) opposes the British and the Germans, whose bases are 15 km apart. A German soldier stole the British flag and hid it with it in a secret place between the bases. If the British soldiers set out at a speed of 14. - Gardens

I have a garden in the shape of a square with a side length of 0.02 kilometers. Neighbor has a large garden as well and one side of the garden we share. I'd bought from a neighbor garden that my area of my garden increased to 5 ares. a/ By how many acres I - Gp - 80

Sum of the first four members of a geometric progression is 80. Determine they if we know that the fourth member is nine times greater than the second. - Fog

The car started in fog at speed 30 km/h. After a 12-minute drive, the fog dissipated and the driver drove next 12 minutes distance 17 km. On the last 17 km long again the driving conditions deteriorated and the driver drove the speed of 51 km/h. a) Calcu - Three figures - numbers

The sum of three numbers, if each is 10% larger than the previous one, is 662. Determine the figures. - Percentage and rectangle

About what percentage increases perimeter and area of a rectangle if both the sides 12 cm and 10 cm long we increase by 20%? - Trapezium ABCD

In the figure, ABDC is a trapezium in which AB || CD. line segments RN and LM are drawn parallel to AB such that AJ=JK=KP. If AB=0.5m and AP=BQ=1.8m, find the lengths of AC, BD, RN and LM. angle D=angle C=60 - Desribed circle to rectangle

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(%). - Trapezium

The length of the base and the height size of the base of the trapezium is at ratio 5:3:2, the content area of the trapezium is 128 cm^{2.}Calculate the length of the base and the height of the trapezoid. - Quatrefoil

Calculate area of the quatrefoil which is inscribed in a square with side 6 cm. - Diagonals in diamons/rhombus

Rhombus ABCD has side length AB = 4 cm and a length of one diagonal of 6.4 cm. Calculate the length of the other diagonal. - Forth and back

Car goes from point A to point B at speed 78 km/h and back at 82 km/h. If went there and back at speed 81 km/h journey would take five minutes less. What is the distance between points A and B? - Two pipes

One pipe fill one-fifth volume 20 minutes before by second one. The two pipes together will fill the tank in two hours. How long is will fill tank each pipe separately? - Banknotes

$ 1390 was collected. How much was in $20 notes and how many in $50 notes in that order? How many solutions exists? - Trucks

Truck take you the some amount of clay in 30 hours. Second truck in 40 hours. Trucks carted the clay away some time together then the second truck broke down and the first one completed the job in five hours. What time worked together?

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