# Examples for 9th grade - page 86

- Tea mixture

Of the two sort of tea at a price of 180 CZK/kg and 240 CZK/kg we make a mixture 12 kg that should be prepared at a price of 200 CZK / kg. How many kilos of each sort of tea will we need to be mixed? - Distance of numbers

Which number has the same distance from the numbers -5.65 and 7.25 on the numerical axis? - Average speed 4

Starting at home Tony traveled uphill to the store for 45 minutes at 8 miles per hour. he then traveled back home on the same path at a speed of 24 miles per hour. what is his average speed for the entire trip? - Dried fruit

The manufacturer produces a mixture of dried fruit. He purchased: 10kg pineapple for 200 Kc/kg 2kg papaya for 180 kc/kg 1kg of banana for 400 Kc/kg How many kgs of raisin for 80 Kc/kg must be put into the mix by the manufacturer so that the production pr - Basket of fruit

In six baskets, the seller has fruit. In individual baskets, there are only apples or just pears with the following number of fruits: 5,6,12,14,23 and 29. "If I sell this basket," the salesman thinks, "then I will have just as many apples as a pear." Which - Flying

The airplane from Prague to Bratislava was flying at a speed of 60 km/h less and back by 70 km/h greater than the original speed. What was the original speed if the plane returned to Prague according to the timetable? - Repair pipe

20 workers had to repair broken pipes in 30 days. After fourteen days, four laborers joined them. How long did the pipe repair work last? - Two workers

Two workers should fulfill certain task together for 5 days. If the first worker increased their performance twice and second twice fell, it took them just four days. For how many days would handle the entire task first worker himself? - Sequence 11

What is the nth term of this sequence 1,1/2,1/3,1/4,1/5 ? - Apples

School kitchen bought 36kg apples for 12 kc/kg. How many kilograms of apples 1/4 cheaper can they buy for the same money? - Regular quadrangular pyramid

The height of the regular quadrangular pyramid is 6 cm, the length of the base is 4 cm. What is the angle between the ABV and BCV planes? - Soaps

Each box has the same number of soaps. A quarter of all boxes contain only white soaps, and in each of the remaining 120 boxes there are always half the white soaps and half the green. White soaps total 1200. (a) the number of all soap boxes; (b) the sma - Tractors

Two tractors plow the field in 4 hours together. If the first tractor plow half of the field and then the second tractor completed the job, it would take 9 hours. How many hours does the field plow for each tractor separately? - Isosceles

Isosceles trapezium ABCD ABC = 12 angle ABC = 40 ° b=6. Calculate the circumference and area. - Turners

Two turners perform joint work in 3 hours. The first turner would perform the job himself in 7 hours. How long would the same job last for a second turner if he worked alone? - Bricklayers

When a bricklayer works himself to redeem the house in 8 days, the other bricklayer will be finished in 10 days. How long will it take to make 3 such houses together? - ABCD square

In the ABCD square, the X point lies on the diagonal AC. The length of the XC is three times the length of the AX segment. Point S is the center of the AB side. The length of the AB side is 1 cm. What is the length of the XS segment? - Two pumps

Pump A takes twice as long to fill a tank than B . Together they take 2 hours to fill the tank. How long does each one take to fill the tank by itself? - Fruit tea

Tea contains 7% of fruit components and 12% of sugar in this component. How many percents of sugar is represented in the whole tea? - Performance

Two masons with the same performance would have made of plaster for 6 days. One of them, however, has increased its daily performance by 50%. How long would take they now to make plaster together?

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