# Grade - examples - page 119

- Bricks II

3/4 bricks weighs 6 kg and 2/3 bricks. How weighs one whole brick? - Hexadecimal number

What will be hexadecimal number 303 as decimal number? - Copper wire

What is the weight of 1000 m copper wire with a diameter of 5 mm when rezistivity p = 8.8 g / cm^{3}? - No. 215

From the number 215 we can create a four-digit number that among its numbers manually type any other digit. Thus, we created two four-digit numbers whose difference is 120. What two four-digit numbers that might be? - Pigs

Pigs are feed by beet.Beet feed containing 12% dry solids, which is 0.72% of digestible crude protein. How much beet must beconsumed in one month (30 days), if the weight of digestible crude protein contained in a daily dose of beet was 0.912 kg? - Janka and Danka

Janka and Danka began to read the same day the books. Janka had 276 pages, Danka 204 pages. They agreed that both read every day the same number of pages until theirs books read. A) How many maximum pages they had to read the day to honor their agreement? - Apples 2

How many minimum apples are in the cart, if possible is completely divided into packages of 6, 14 and 21 apples? - Angle

Determine the size of the smallest internal angle of a right triangle which angles forming the successive members of the arithmetic sequence. - Competition

The organizers of competion wanted to spent big amount of money to pay for the competitors. One third of this amount spent on prizes and the remaining € 5,000 to diplomas. How much was committed for rewards? - Moneys in triple ratio

Milan, John and Lili have a total 344 euros. Their amounts are in the ratio 1:2:5. Determine how much each of them has? - Bricklayers

8 bricklayers build a house for 630 days. How many bricklayers have to add after 150 days, so then the whole building completed in (next) 320 days? - Chebyshev formula

To estimate the number of primes less than x is used Chebyshev formula: ? Estimate the number of primes less than 30300537. - Isosceles trapezoid v3

In an isosceles trapezoid ABCD is the size of the angle β = 81° Determine size of angles α, γ and δ. - Sweets

Mom bought box of sweets for their children.Whole package of 100 sweets divided among 4 their children so that each child receives the most and for she remains the least sweets. How many sweets left for mom. - Two masons

Two masons built the garage together - it took 18 days. If they worked independently, the other would work 15 days more than the first. For how many days would build the garage each mason himhelp? - V-belt

Calculate a length of the V-belt when the diameter of the pulleys is: D1 = 600 mm D2 = 120 mm d = 480 mm - Christmas trees

Salesman sold Christmas trees: spruce for € 22, pine for € 25 and fir for € 33. At the morning he had the same number of spruce, fir and pine. At the evening he had all the trees entirely sold for € 3,600. How many trees that day salesman sold? - Cuboid box

How many m^{2}paper is needed for the sticking cuboid box of dimensions 50 cm, 40 cm and 30 cm? To the folds add one-tenth the area. - Apples 3

Julka has 5 apples more than Hugo and four apples less than Annie. Hugo has 17 apples. How many apples has Julka and how Annie? - Pages of book

Lenka calculated that if every day to read 16 pages of the book, read a book a day earlier than had read only 14 pages a day. How many pages has this book?

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