# Algebra - problems - page 15

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May be the largest angle in the triangle less than 20°? - Gardens

The garden has the square shape with circumference 124 m. Divide it into two rectangular gardens, one should circumference 10 meters more than the second. What size will have a gardens? - Rectangle

Area of rectangle is 3002. Its length is 41 larger than the width. What are the dimensions of the rectangle? - 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. - School books

At the beginning of the school year, the teacher gave out 480 books and 220 textbooks. How many students were in the class? - 9.A

9.A to attend more than 20 students but fewer than 40 students. A third of the pupils wrote a math test to mark 1, the sixth to mark 2, the ninth to mark 3. No one gets mark 4. How many students of class 9.A wrote a test to mark 5? - Two workers

Two workers together execute some work in 10 days. The first worker would have done himself in 20 days. How many days would have done himself a second worker? - Family and age ratios

Age of father and son are in the ratio 10:3; age of father and daughter are in the ratio 5:2. How old is father and son, if daughter is 20 years old? In what ratio is age sister and brother? - Subsets

How many are all subsets of set ?? - Quadrant II

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

Line segments 67 cm and 3.1 dm long we divide into equal parts which lengths in centimeters is expressed integer. How many ways can we divide? - Party

At party overyone clink with everyone. Together, they clink 171 times. How many people were at the party? - 2nd class combinations

From how many elements you can create 4560 combinations of the second class? - Geometric mean

Calculate the geometric mean of numbers a=15.2 and b=25.6. Determine the mean by construction where a and b are the length of the lines. - Rectangle

The perimeter of the rectangle is 22 cm and content area 30 cm^{2}. Determine its dimensions, if the length of the sides of the rectangle in centimeters is expressed by integers. - Two runners

Two runners ran simultaneously towards each other from locations distant 34.6 km. The average speed of the first runner was 1/5 higher than the average speed of the second runner. How long should each ran a 34.6 km, if you know that they meet after 67 mi - Tiles

From how many tiles 20 cm by 30 cm we can build a square of maximum dimensions, if we have maximum 881 tiles. - Lines

In how many points will intersect 14 different lines, where no two are parallel? - Apartments

Apartment on the first floor was 10% more expensive than the same apartment on the second floor. The difference was 105 Kc annually. Calculate the annual rent of the apartment in the first floor and from apartment on the second floor. - Euclid3

Calculate height and sides of the right triangle, if one leg is a = 81 cm and section of hypotenuse adjacent to the second leg c_{b}= 39 cm.

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