# Problems for 8th grade

- Tourist

A tourist walked an average speed of 3.5 km/h route in 6 hours. Calculate how many hours he would have passed at an average speed of 5.5km/h. - Diamond and diagonals

A diamond has diagonals f = 8 cm and g = 6 cm long. How long is this diamond perimeter? (Calculate it!) - Down syndrome

Down syndrome is one of the serious diseases caused by a gene mutation. Down syndrome occurs in approximately every 550-born child. Express the incidence of Down's syndrome in newborns at per mille. - Masquerade ball

Marie wants to make a cone-shaped witch's hat for a masquerade ball. How much material will it need if it counts on an annular rim with diameters of 28cm and 44cm? Hat side length is 30cm. Add 5% of the material to the bust. Round to cm^{2}. - Dog price

Tereza agreed to get a dog and 6000 crowns a year for help in a dachshund breeding station. After eight months she had to finish work and got a dog and 2000 crowns. What price does a dog have? - Prism 4 sides

The prism has a square base with a side length of 3 cm. The diagonal of the sidewall of the prism/BG/is 5 cm. Calculate the surface of this prism in cm square and the volume in liters - Castle tower

The castle tower has a cone-shaped roof with a diameter of 10 meters and a height of 8 meters. Calculate how much m² of coverage is needed to cover it if we must add one-third for the overlap. - Cube into cylinder

If we dip a wooden cube into a barrel with a 40cm radius, the water will rise 10 cm. What is the size of the cube edge? - Medians 2:1

Median to side b (tb) in triangle ABC is 12 cm long. a. What is the distance of the center of gravity T from the vertex B? b, Find the distance between T and the side b. - Reading records

Lucy, Tereza, and Petra decided to compile the compulsory reading records together. It would take 30 days for Lucia alone, 36 for Tereza and 45 for Petra. How long will take make records if they will work together? - The difference

The difference of two numbers is 1375. If their exact quotient is 12. Find the two numbers - Iron pole

The iron pole is in the ground 2/5 of its length, partly above the ground 1/3 is yellow, and the unpainted section is 6 m long. How long is the entire column? - Cook on gas

The gas cylinder will last for 30 weekends for 2 hours of daily cooking. How many days will we be able to cook on a new cylinder when we cook 3 hours a day? - Four pavers

Four pavers would pave the square in 18 days. How many pavers do you need to add to done work in 12 days? - Shopping center

The shopping center buys from the manufacturer bikes at a purchase price of 180 €. It sells them for a sale price of 250 €. However, in the advertising for the sale of these goods, the shopping center spent 20% of the selling price of all bicycles in stock - Sand castle

Tim and Tom built a sand castle and embellished it with a flag. Half the pole with the flag plunged into the castle. The highest point of the pole was 80 cm above the ground, its lowest point 20 cm above the ground. How high was the sand castle? - The sides 2

The sides of a trapezoid are in the ratio 2:5:8:5. The trapezoid’s area is 245. Find the height and the perimeter of the trapezoid. - The work

The work was to be done by 150 workers. At the beginning of their work, their number reduced by 40, which increased the time of work by 5 and 1/3 of the schedule. How long did work take? - Find the 9

Find the missing angle in the triangle and then name triangle. Angles are: 95, 2x+15, x+3 - Trapezium diagonals

It is given trapezium ABCD with bases | AB | = 12 cm, |CD| = 8 cm. Point S is the intersection of the diagonals for which |AS| is 6 cm long. Calculate the length of the full diagonal AC.

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