# Units - examples - page 112

- Water 31

Richard takes 3 1/6 liters of water before noon and 2 3/5 liters of water after noon. How many litres of water does Richard consume a day ? - Rectangle area

The length of a rectangle of x units is increased by 10% and its width of y units is increased by 15%. What is the ratio of the area of the old rectangle to the area if the new rectangle? - Melting point

The melting point of mercury is -36°F and its boiling point is 672°F. What is the difference between the boiling point and the melting point? - Collision

The two bodies, whose initial distance is 240 m, move evenly against each other consistently. The first body has an initial velocity of 4 m/s and an acceleration of 3 m/s^{2}, the second body has an initial speed of 6 m/s and an acceleration of 2 m/s^{2}. Find - Hr to min

Sue biked to school in 5/12 of an hour. How many minutes did it take her to ride to school? - Maria

Maria has decided to plant grapes in the garden behind her house. His neighbor Ben has grown grapes successfully for a long time and has given Maria advice on how to plant vines. Ben told her to plant them 3 meters apart in rows that are also 3 meters apar - A man

A man spends 5/9 of his money on rent, and 5/16 of the remainder on electricity. If the final balance remaining is 550 find how much was spent on rent - Annual pension

Calculate the amount of money generating an annual pension of EUR 1000, payable at the end of the year and for a period of 10 years, shall be inserted into the bank to account with an annual interest rate of 2% - Car crash

On the road, with a maximum permitted speed of 60 km/h, there was a car crash. From the length of the vehicle's braking distance, which was 40 m, the police investigated whether the driver did not exceed that speed. What is the conclusion of the police, as - Mixture 2

How many liters of water must be added to 7 liters of a 20% solution to obtain a 10% solution? - Imagine

Imagine that a unit of air at a temperature of 25°C rises up a mountain range that is 3,000 meters high on the windward side and which descends to 1,200 meters on the leeward side, assuming that the air will remain dry what will its temperature when it cro - The volume 2

The volume of a cube is 27 cubic meters. Find the height of the cube. - Two angles

The triangles ABC and A'B'C 'are similar. In the ABC triangle, the two angles are 25° and 65°. Explain why in the triangle A'B'C 'is the sum of two angles of 90 degrees. - Alaska vs Montana

Alaska is the largest state in the United States and has a surface area of approximately 588,000 square miles. Montana has a surface area that is approximately 25% of the surface area of Alaska. What is the approximate surface area of Montana? - Taxi

A taxi ride costs $3 plus $2.50 per mile. Write and Graph an equation in two variables that represents the total cost of a taxi ride. - 15 teachers

15 teachers teach for a combined amount of 128 days over a period of 64 days. What is this expressed as a percentage? - Drawer

The rectangular face of a drawer has a perimeter of 108 cm and a width of 18cm. Find the length and the area of the rectangular face of the drawer. - Laboratory

Mang Elio went to his laboratory at 7:00am And recorded that the temperature was 11.07°C. At lunchtime, the temperature rose by 27.9°C but dropped by 8.05°C at 5:00 PM. What was the temperature at 5:00 PM? - Cylindrical tank 2

If a cylindrical tank with volume is used 12320cm raised to the power of 3 and base 28cm is used to store water. How many liters of water can it hold? - Thomas

Thomas lives 400 meters away from Samko, Robo from Thomas also 400 m and Samko from Robo 500. Anton lives 300 meters away from Robo further as Samko. How far away lives Anton from Rob?

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