# Examples for 7th grade (seventh)

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• Cargo Weight of cargo car is 761 kg. Weight of car is 23% of the total weight of car+cargo. What is the weight of the cargo load?
• Car range Calculate the maximum range of car, if you can spend 10 euros, price of diesel is 1.55 Eur/l and car consumption is 3 l/100 km.
• Athletic race Before a race, you start 4 5/8 feet behind your friend. At the halfway point, you are 3 2/3 feet ahead of your friend. What is the change in distance between you and your friend from the beginning of the race?
• Boots Master shoemaker has three apprentices. First do one pair of boots for two days, second for 1 day, third on 1.5 day. If they worked together, for how long it would take made a couple of boots?
• Cyclist A cyclist is moving at 35 km/h and follow pedestrian who is walking at speed 4 km/h. Walker has an advantage 19 km. How long take cyclist to catch up with him?
• Sand path How many m3 of sand is needed to fill the 1.5m wide path around a rectangular flowerbed of 8m and 14m if the sand layer is 6cm high?
• Cruise liner Cruise liner runs along the river between points A and B. The journey downstream takes 40 minutes 1 hour upriver. The flow rate of the river is 3 km/h. What is the speed of cruise liner? 1st blade 2,5 m, 2nd blade. .1.75 m. How many same long pieces of this two blades can be do the biggest? How long is one piece?
• Two sisters Two sisters together have 54 CDs. 6/8 CDs has younger sister and is equal to 3/5 of CDs older sisters. How many CDs has each of the sisters?
• The tank The tank has 1320 liters of water. The tank has the shape of a prism, its base is an rectangle with sides a = 0,6 m and b = 1,5 m. How high does the water level reach in the tank?
• Eight masons Eight masons will plaster a wall with an area of 1440 m2 in 9 days. They work 8 hours a day. How much area will plaster 6 masons in 4 hours?
• Constant motion The car has undergone constant motion 120 km in 1 hour 30 minutes. Determine its average speed. Determine how long car drove in the first 20 minutes and 50 minutes from the start of the move.
• Subjects Student makes a mathematical task for five minutes and the task from biology in twelve minutes. Another day he have homework in math and biology which consists of eleven tasks together. To do the job took hour and a half. How many tasks maked in each subj
• Square garden On the plan with a scale of 1:1500 is drawn as a square garden with area 81 cm2. How many meters is long garden fence? Determine the actual acreage gardens.
• Tram stop The blue tram stops every 12 minutes, the red one 8 minutes. At 8 o'clock they left the stop together. How many times do they meet at a stop before 11 am?
• Age of family The age of father and son is in the ratio 10: 3. The age of the father and daughter is in ratio 5: 2. How old are a father and a son if the daughter is 20?
• Children's pool Children's pool at the swimming pool is 10m long, 5m wide and 50cm deep. Calculate: (a) how many m2 of tiles are needed for lining the perimeter walls of the pool? (b) how many hectoliters of water will fit into the pool?
• Two annuluses The area of the annular circle formed by two circles with a common center is 100 cm2. The radius of the outer circle is equal to twice the radius of the inner circle. Determine the outside circle radius in centimeters.
• Copper sheet The copper plate has a length of 1 m, width 94 cm and weighs 9 kg. What is the plate thickness, if 1 m3 weighs 8715 kg?
• Ratio - rectangle The rectangle has dimensions 6 cm and 9 cm. How many times increases area and its perimeter, when its dimensions increase in the ratio 5:3?

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