# Units - examples - page 97

- The train

The train passed the observer in the 20s and passed through a 1500m tunnel in 2 minutes. Calculate the speed (km/h) and train length. - Three painters

One painter would have painted the fence for 15 hours, the second in 12 hours. The plot had to be painted in four hours, so they called the third one, and all worked together. For what time would the third painter paint fence the fence alone? - Car driver

The car driver is in town A and is scheduled to be in town B at a specified hour. If it travels at an average speed of 50km/h, it will arrive in city B 30 minutes later. But if he travels at an average speed of 70km/h, he would arrive half an hour earlier - Two pipes

How long will the pool be filled with a double supply pipe if it takes the pool to fill the first pipe by 4 hours longer and the second pipe 9 hours longer than both pipes open at the same time? - Diagonals of a rhombus 2

One diagonal of a rhombus is greater than other by 4 cm . If the area of the rhombus is 96 cm^{2}, find the side of the rhombus. - Bus vs train

Milada took the bus and the journey took 55 minutes. Jarmila was 1h 20 min by train. They arrived in Prague at the same time 10h45 min. At what time did each have to go out? - Peroxide

How many ml 30% of peroxide (H2O2) should be poured into 100ml H2O to give a 20% solution? - Two pumps together

The first pump will fill the tank itself in 3 hours and the second one in 6 hours. How many hours will the tank be full if both pumps are worked at the same time? - Water tank

A 288 hectoliter of water was poured into the tank with dimensions 12 m and 6 m bottom and 2 m depth. What part of the volume of the tank water occupied? Calculate the surface of tank wetted with water. - Pump

680 liters of water were pumped in 8 minutes. How many liters was spent in 56 minutes? - Together 3

If Sally can paint a house in 4 hours, and John can paint the same house in 6 hours, how long will it take for both of them to paint the house together? - Tetrahedron

What is the angle of the sides from the base of a three-sided pyramid where the sides are identical? - Children playground

The playground has the shape of a trapezoid, the parallel sides have a length of 36 m and 21 m, the remaining two sides are 14 m long and 16 m long. Determine the size of the inner trapezoid angles. - Rate or interest

At what rate percent will Rs.2000 amount to Rs.2315.25 in 3 years at compound interest? - Mr. Tolentino

Mr. Tolentino own a piece of land, it measures 86.12 meters long 68.293 meters width. How much longer is the length than the width? - Seamstress

The seamstress cut the fabric into 3 parts. The first part was the eighth fabric, the second part was three-fifths of the fabric and the third part had a length of 66 cm. Calculate the original length of the fabric. - Living room

How many people can live in a room with dimensions: a = 4m b = 5m c = 2.5m if one person needs 15m cubic space (i. E. Air . .. )? - Regular triangular pyramid

Calculate the volume and surface area of the regular triangular pyramid and the height of the pyramid is 12 centimeters, the bottom edge has 4 centimeters and the height of the side wall is 12 centimeters - Orlík hydroelectric plant

The Orlík hydroelectric power plant, built in 1954-1961, consists of four Kaplan turbines. For each of them, the water with a flow rate of Q = 150 m^{3}/s is supplied with a flow rate of h = 70.5 m at full power. a) What is the total installed power of the p - Sugar production

From 1 ton of beet, 150 kg of sugar is produced. To clean 1 ton of sugar 450 kg of lime is consumed. Calculate how many kgs of lime is consumed when processing 1 ton of sugar beet?

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