# Grade - examples - page 147

- Three children

3 children eat 8 chocolates in 6 days. How many chocolates 6 children eat in 18 days? - Hydrostatic force

What hydrostatic force is applied to an area of 30 cm^{2}in water at a depth of 20 m? (Water density is 1000 kg/m3) - Savings

Paul has a by half greater savings than half Stanley, but the same savings as Radek. Staney save 120 CZK less than Radek. What savings have 3 boys together? - 22/7 circle

Calculate approximately area of a circle with radius 20 cm. When calculating π use 22/7. - Calf

The weight of the calf meat obtained is 65% of the total weight of live calves. What was the weight of a calf from which 285 kg of meat was obtained? - Ace

The length of segment AB is 24 cm and the point M and N divided it into thirds. Calculate the circumference and area of this shape. - Cuboid

Cuboid has a surface of 516 cm^{2}. Side a = 6 cm and b = 12 cm. How long is the side c =? - Subtraction

Test what do you know about the subtraction of two numbers: a) make a difference if the minuend 4,307,288 and subtrahend is 472008 b) minuend is 4000 more than subtrahend. What's the difference? c) the difference is 38900 less than the minuend. What is th - Midpoints

Triangle ABC with sides a = 5 cm, b = 3 cm, c = 40mm has a midpoint of K, L, M. How many centimeters is long perimeter of parallelogram KBLM? - Equation

Equation ? has one root x_{1}= 8. Determine the coefficient b and the second root x_{2}. - Circle r,D

Calculate the diameter and radius of the circle if it has length 52.45 cm. - Difference AP

Calculate the difference of arithmetic progression if the sum of its first 19 members Sn = 8075 and the first member is a_{1}= 20 - Chairs

Determine the number of seats in the seventh row and ninth row, if 3rd row has 14 seats and in every next row of seats has five more than the previous row. - School 6

Jirka lives 600m from the school, Honzík 1200m. How many kilometers a week does Honzik go over Jirka on his way to school and back? How many times more Honzík will go than Jirka? - Kite

John a kite, which is diamond shaped. Its diagonals are 60 cm long and 90 cm long. Calculate: a) the diamond side b) how much paper John needs to make a kite if he needs paper on both sides and needs 5% of the paper for bending. - Wide field

The field is 203 meters wide 319 meter long, what is the greater length of the rope by which length and width can be measured and find the exact number of time. - Euros

Peter, Jane and Thomas have together € 550. Tomas has 20 euros more than Jane, Peter € 150 less than Thomas. Determine how much has each of them. - Collection

John has collected half a bucket of raspberries in 45 minutes, Eva collects the whole bucket in an hour. How many minutes it would take to fill a bucket if the two children work together? - Ages

John, Teresa, Daniel and Paul have summary 56 years. Their ages are in a ratio of 1:2:5:6. Determine how many years have each of them. - Metals

In the Hockey World Cup play eight teams, determine how many ways can they win gold, silver and bronze medals.

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