# Algebra - problems - page 19

- Pedestrian

Pedestrian came started at 8h in the morning with speed 4.4 km/h. At half-past eleven cyclist started at 26 km/h same way. How many minutes take cyclist to catch up pedestrian? - Tributaries

The first tributary fill pool with water in 15 hours. The second tributary fill pool in 10 hours. For how many hours the pool is filled with both tributaries? - Exp

If ?, then n is: - Cuboid

The volume of the cuboid is 245 cm^{3.}Each cuboid edge length can be expressed by a integer greater than 1 cm. What is the surface area of the cuboid? - Linear independence

Determine if vectors u=(-4; -5) and v=(20; 25) are linear Linear dependent. - Package

The package has no more than 67 m of cloth. If we just cut it all on the blouses or all on dresses, no cloth left remain. On the one blouse consumes 3.8 m of cloth and on one dress 1.7 m. Determine the amount of the cloth in the package. - Trapezoid ABCD v2

Trapezoid ABCD has length of bases in ratio 3:10. The area of riangle ACD is 825 dm^{2.}What is the area of trapezoid ABCD? - Sequence

Calculate what member of the sequence specified by ? has value 86. - Metal alloy

What is the ratio of metals in the alloy that is in the 50 tonnes of steel to 30 kg nickel? - Sequence

In the arithmetic sequence is given: S_{n}=2304, d=2, a_{n}=95 Calculate a_{1}and n. - Parallelogram

The perimeter of the parallelogram is 117 cm. The length of one side is 1.9-times longer than the length of the shorter side. What is the length of sides of a parallelogram? - Pure quadratic equation

Solve pure quadratic equation ?. - Triangle

Calculate the sides of the triangle if its area S = 630 and the second cathethus is shorter by 17. - Around the flowerbed

Around a rectangular flowerbed with dimensions 5.25 m and 3.5 m are to be planted roses equally spaced so that the roses found in every corner of the flowerbed and consumed them as little as possible. a) At what distance are planted roses? b) How many ros - Chase

Paul travel at 60 km/h. After 18 km ride found that he forgot an important book. His brother Thomas behind him carrying it. How fast must Thomas go to catch up with Paul in 31 minutes? - Sisters

Sisters Hanka and Vera goes mostly tograndmother by bicycle. Journey took Hanka 30 minutes and Vera 20 minutes. How long will Vera catch up with Hanka when started from home five minutes later than Hanka? - Rectangular trapezoid

The rectangular trapezoid ABCD is: /AB/ = /BC/ = /AC/. The length of the median is 6 cm. Calculate the circumference and area of a trapezoid. - Vacation

Parents piggybacking children on vacation to its grandmother and grandfather at a city distant 150 kilometers. They agreed to meet halfway. Parents will be travel at 90 km/h, grandmother and grandfather at 60 km/h. Parents depart at 12:00 hours. When grand - Wood

Peter chops wood. If they cut down a half hours a day he ended work in 9 days. But Peter needs to end work 3 days earlier. How many minutes a day should cut down? - Tablecloth

I embroider tablecloth in 20 days but if I embroider 3/4 hours a day I have embroider it for 15 days. How long do I embroider a day?

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