# Math problems

Verbal problems allow you to practice your knowledge of mathematics in problems of everyday life and school problems. Problems train understanding, translation into the mathematical language (eg equations), solve it, check the accuracy and solution discussion.

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- Lamp cone

Calculate the surface of a lamp shade shaped of a rotary truncated cone with base diameter 32 cm and 12 cm and height 24 cm. - Minutes

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

Mom walked out to visit her grandmother in a neighboring village 5km away and moved at a speed of 4km/h. An hour later, father drove down the same road at an average speed of 64km/h. 1) How long will take to catch mom die? 2) What is the approximate dis - Rate or interest

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

Share of ethnicity XY is 26%, which is 1/9 more than in the prewar period. What was the share of that ethnicity in the pre-war period? - Grandson and granddad

Grandson with grandpa they counted how many years have together. Their product is 365. How many years is the sum of their years. - Six-digit primes

Find all six-digit prime numbers that contain each one of digits 1,2,4,5,7 and 8 just once. How many are they? - Similarity

ABC is a triangle wherein a = 4 cm, b = 6 cm, c = 8 cm. Is it similar to the triangle DEF: d = 3 cm, e = 4.5 cm, f = 6 cm? If so, determine the ratio of similarity. - Deposit 3

After a year had Martin on bank account € 2028. What was the interest rate when the initial deposit was € 1879? - Fit ball

What is the size of the surface of Gymball (FIT - ball) with a diameter of 65 cm? - Cross-sections of a cone

Cone with base radius 16 cm and height 11 cm divide by parallel planes to base into three bodies. The planes divide the height of the cone into three equal parts. Determine the volume ratio of the maximum and minimum of the resulting body. - Fluid

We have vessels containing 7 liters, 5 liters and 2 liters. Largest container is filled with fluid the others empty. Can you only by pouring get 5 liters and two 1 liter of fluid? How many pouring is needed? - Toy store

In the toy department of store was exposed 28 dolls. 19 dolls were blondes or could speak. 12 dolls were blondes, 14 could speak. How many blondes could speak in the toy department? How many blondes could not speak? - Gear

Two gears, fit into each other, has transfer 2:3. Centres of gears are spaced 82 cm. What are the radii of the gears? - Cotangent

If the angle α is acute, and cotg α = 1/3. Determine the value of sin α, cos α, tg α. - Rotating cone

Calculate the volume and the surface area of a rotating cone of base radius r = 2.3 dm and a height h = 46 mm. - Triangle ABC v2

Area of the triangle is 12 cm square. Angle ACB = 30º , AC = (x + 2) cm, BC = x cm. Calculate the value of x. - Sugar 9

150 kg of sugar beet yields 24 kg of sugar. From how many tons of sugar beet can be obtained three tons of sugar? - Percent chaining

Calculate 20% from 70% from 80 km - Speeds

George pass on the way to school distance 200 meters in 165 seconds. What is the average walking speed in m/s and km/h?

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