# Units - examples - page 82

- Air pressure

The meteorological station measured the air pressure of 1060 hPa (hectopascals). In addition to measuring instruments, there is a residential house that has a flat roof with dimensions of 10 m and 28 m. What pressure force in MN (meganewtons) force the ai - Minutes

Determine the difference in minutes: T_{1}= 2 3/20 h T_{2}= 2.3 h - Gasoline

How many liters of gas is in the tank if its weight 15.4kg. Specific density of gasoline is 770kg/m3. - Scale of map

James travels one kilometer in 12 minutes. The route walked for half an hour measured on the map 5 cm. Calculate how many kilometers James walked for half an hour. Find the scale of the map. - Two aircraft

Two planes fly to the airport. At some point, the first airplane is away from the airport 98 km and the second 138 km. The first aircraft flies at an average speed of 420 km/h, the second average speed is 360 km/h, while the tracks of both planes are perpe - Chocolate roll

The cube of 5 cm chocolate roll weighs 30 g. How many calories will contain the same chocolate roller of a prism shape with a length of 0.5 m whose cross section is an isosceles trapezoid with bases 25 and 13 cm and legs 10 cm. You know that 100 g of this. - Contract

8 employees complete the contract for 65 hours. After 17 hours, 3 employees had to leave for another job. How many more hours will the job on contract be fulfilled? - Workers

9 workers dig a canal 120 meters long for eight hours. For how long would be dig five workers canal 200 meters long? - Three workers

Three workers got paid for work. First earn € 50, the second € 100 and third € 60. For further work should receive together € 735. How do you divide that amount in order to be distributed in the same proportion as the first job? - Candies

The price for 1 kg of more expensive candies is 125 CZK. The price for 1 kg of cheaper candy is 100 CZK. We mix two different mixtures of candy. A) The first mixture contains 2 kg more expensive and 0.5 kg cheaper candy. Calculate the price for 1 kg of t - Alcohol mixture

Three liters of 96 percent alcohol we set up a certain amount of distilled water to form a 54-percent alcohol. How many liters of distilled water were used? - Price saleoff

Shoes standing y euros. At first they were discounted by 12% and then 50% of the new amount. After this double cheapening the cost was exactly 22 euros. Determine the original price of shoes. - Cyclist and car

A cyclist who runs at a speed of 20km per hour will arrive at the finish in 4.5 hours. How fast does the car have to drive the same route in 2 hours? - Two trains

There are two trains running the same distance. 1st train will travel it in 7 hours 21minutes. 2nd the train will travel 5 hours 57minutes and 34 seconds and it is 14 km/h faster than the first train. What are speeds of trains and how long is this railway - Pyramid four sides

In a regular tetrahedral pyramid is a body height 38 cm and a wall height 42 cm. Calculate the surface area of the pyramid; the result round to square centimeters. - Quadrangular pyramid

Calculate the surface area and volume of a regular quadrangular pyramid: sides of bases (bottom, top): a1 = 18 cm, a2 = 6cm angle α = 60 ° (Angle α is the angle between the side wall and the plane of the base.) S =? , V =? - Unknown amount of money

Damian and Denis split an unknown amount in the ratio of 5:4 . Damian got six euros more than Denis. Calculate an unknown amount. Determine how much money got Damian and how Denis. - Comparing salaries

Spouses compared salaries. Mrs. Janka found that a 20% higher salary than Mr Jaroslav. Together earned € 1,430. How much they earn each of them? - Liter of gold

What weight does 1 dm^{3}of gold have? Gold density is 19,300 kg / m^{3} - Vacation

Tomas spent 60% of his savings for his weekly vacation. He was 32 € left. How many euros did he have before vacation?

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