# Problems for 6th grade (the sixth graders) - page 9

- Tiles

The room has dimensions 12 m and 5.6 m. Determine the number of square tiles and their largest possible size to cover them room's floor. - N-gon angles

What is the sum of interior angles 9-gon? What is the internal angle of a regular convex 9-polygon? - Garden

The garden has two opposite parallel fences. Their distance is 33.1 m. Lengths in these two fences are 75.5 meters and 49.4 meters. Calculate the area of this garden. - Quadrant II

Calculate the radius of the quadrant, which area is equal to area of circle with radius r = 15 cm. - Rhombus HP

Calculate area of the rhombus with height 24 dm and perimeter 12 dm. - Supermarket cashiers

When at the supermarket are opened only 2 cash people waiting in the front approximately 12 minutes. How many will shorten the average waiting time in a front where supermarket open another three cashiers? - Snow

Snow fell overnight layer of thickness 19 cm. In the morning I had to clear a path 69 m long and one meter wide. How many cubic meters of snow I clear? How many kilos was it? (1 m^{3}fresh snow weighs 350 kg) - Collective irresponsibility

At the Internet, time is very uncomfortable for the state that no more gaffe or waste is no longer possible to hush up as if people were at home with only two television channels censored. An example of the effectiveness of state can be Bridge at Komořan - University bubble

You'll notice that the college up slowly every other high school. In Slovakia/Czech republic a lot of people studying political science, mass media communication, social work, many sorts of management MBA. Calculate how many times more earns clever 25-year - Family

Martin has just as brothers as sisters. His sister Jana but has 2 times more brothers than sisters. a) How many children are in this family? b) How many boys and how many girls are in the family? - Task

I have homework. The cube has an edge 7 cm long and I must find wall and body diagonal. - DIY press

Under socialism regime was in some socialist countries to own a typewriter requires special permission. That has hindered the spread of DIY literature (manually transcribed through carbon copy paper for typewriters). Calculate how many typewriters today. - Education for free

The Slovakia circulates a lot of myths, particularly ideas about what must be free. For example - education should be free - children of poor parents should know at least read and write. Calculate how much a student would have to pay per hour of teaching, - Acids

70% acid was make from same acid of two different concentrations. Amount weaker acid to the stronger acid is in ratio 2:1. What was the concentration of the weaker acid, if stronger had 91% concentration? - Warehouses

To four warehouses is going cement in 25 kg bags. To first one third, to second quarter of the total. The third store got two thirds of the rest, and the last 310 tons came to fourth. How many cement is in all warehouses and how much got every one? - Rhombus angles

If one angle in the rhombus is 159°, what is it neighboring angle in rhombus? - Tesco Clubcard

Bernard got on a quarterly billing vouchers for Tesco ClubCard taking goods worth 2.3 Eur. Calculate how much per month on average in Tesco bought goods. Tesco ClubCard worksfor every Euro spent you get one ClubCard point that will be converted to 1 e - Five girls

Five girls traveling by bus. Each holds in each hand two baskets. In each basket are four cats. Each cat has three kittens. Two girls exits bus. How many legs are in the bus? - Isosceles triangle

Calculate the perimeter of isosceles triangle with arm length 26 cm and base length of 21 cm. - BMI index

Calculate BMI (body mass index, an index indicating obesity, overweight, normal weight, underweight) man weighing m = 71 kg and height h = 170 cm. Index is calculated according to equation (formula): ? With BMI index is possible to compare people of diff

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