# Grade - examples - page 27

- Perimeter and legs

Determine the perimeter of a right triangle if the length of one leg is 75% length of the second leg and its content area is 24 cm^{2}. - Father and son

Father and son are together 80 years. Son is 28 years younger than father. How old is the son? - Carpet

The room has rectangle shape with dimensions 4 m × 3.8 m. How many meters of carpet a width of 3 need to buy to cover the entire room? - Rotating cone II

Calculate area of surface of rotating cone with base radius r=19 cm and height h=9 cm. - Prism

The lenght, width and height of a right prism are 6, 17 and 10 respectively. What is the lenght of the longest segment whose endpoints are vertices of the prism? - Division

Three siblings Helena, Oliver and George split the bag with candies on merit in the ratio 6:1:4. How many candies should each get if in bag were 88? - House roof

The roof of the house has the shape of a regular quadrangular pyramid with a base edge 17 m. How many m^{2}is needed to cover roof if roof pitch is 57° and we calculate 11% of waste, connections and overlapping of area roof? - Trapezoid - diagonal

Trapezoid has a length of diagonal AC corssed with diagonal BD in the ratio 2:1. The triangle created by points A, cross point of diagonals S and point D has area 164 cm^{2}. What is the area of the trapezoid? - V-belt

Calculate the length of the belt on pulleys with diameters of 105 mm and 393 mm at shaft distance 697 mm. - Apples

Hanka has 6 apples more than Juro and 7 apples less than Mirka. Mirka has 23 apples. How many apples has Hanka and how many Juro? - Wire D

Wire length 1 m is bent so that it forms a semicircle circuit (including the diameter). Determine the radius of the semicircle. - Triangle in circle

Vertices of the triangle ABC lies on a circle with radius 3 so that it is divided into three parts in the ratio 4:4:4. Calculate the circumference of the triangle ABC. - Cyclists

Cyclist who rides at an average speed 16 km/h travels trip distance 10 min before the cyclist who rides at an average speed 11 km/h. What is the length of this cyclist trip(distance in km)? - Sphere A2V

Surface of the sphere is 241 mm^{2}. What is its volume? - Two balls

Two balls, one 8cm in radius and the other 6cm in radius, are placed in a cylindrical plastic container 10cm in radius. Find the volume of water necessary to cover them. - Hollow sphere

Steel hollow sphere floats on the water plunged into half its volume. Determine the outer radius of the sphere and wall thickness, if you know that the weight of the sphere is 0.5 kg and density of steel is 7850 kg/m^{3} - Trigonometry

If you know that cos(γ) = sin (806°), what is the angle γ? - Cardboard box

We want to make a cardboard box shaped quadrangular prism with rhombic base. Rhombus has a side of 5 cm and 8 cm one diagonal long. The height of the box to be 12 cm. The box will be open at the top. How many square centimeters cardboard we need, if we cal - Magnification of the square

If we increase the square side, increase the content of the 80 %. About what percentage was increased his sides? - Arm

Calculate the length of the arm r of isosceles triangle ABC, with base |AB| = 18 cm and a height v=17 cm.

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