# Examples for 8th grade - page 66

- Equilateral triangle v3

Calculate the content of the colored gray part. Equilateral triangle has side length 8 cm. Arc centers are the vertices of a triangle. - Car and cyclist

Cyclist started from town at speed 18 km/h. After 1 hour 30 min started the car from town and caught up with the cyclist in 50 minutes. How fast was a car? - Sweets

3 chocolate and 7 cakes cost 85, - CZK. 2 chocolates and 6 cakes cost 86, - CZK. How much is 5 chocolates and 9 cakes? I wonder how to get the result, but only by logic without the use of a system of equations - Parcel

parcel has a rectangular shape of a trapezoid with bases 12 m and 10 m and a height 8 m. On parcel was built object with a footprint an isosceles triangle shape with side 4 m and height three-quarters of a meter. What is the area of unbuild parcel? - Cenda and Pepa

Cenda and Pepa went to the event. Cenda started alone. Canda started after him for 20 minutes. How long took Cenda to catch him? Cenda traveling at 15 km/h, and Pepa traveling at 25 km/h. - Typing course

Before taking a typing course, Terrence could type 39 words per minute. By the end of the course, he was able to type 68 words per minute. Find the percent increase. - The farmer field

The field has paralleogram shape with dimensions side a = 80 m and height 296 m. Two and two sides is at angle 80°. Calculate acreage of field in hectares. - Cork and swimming

If a person weighs 80 kg, how many kilograms of cork must take swimming belt to use it to float on water? The density of the human body is 1050kg/m3 and cork 300kg/m3. (Instructions: Let the human body and cork on a mixture that has a density of 1000kg/m - Five-digit

Find all five-digit numbers that can be created from numbers 12345 so that the numbers are not repeated and then numbers with repeated digits. Give the calculation. - Chors centers

The circle with a diameter 17 cm, upper chord /CD/ = 10.2 cm and bottom chord /EF/ = 7.5 cm. The midpoints of the chords H, G is that /EH/ = 1/2 /EF/ and /CG/ = 1/2 /CD/. Determine the distance between the G and H, if CD II EF (parallel). - Ice and water

We want to cover rectangular rink with dimensions of 55 m and 25 m with 4cm thick layer of ice. How many liters of water we need if after freezing water increases its volume by 10%? - Binomials

To binomial ? add a number to the resulting trinomial be square of binomial. - Ethernet cez ulicu

Karol a Jozef sú vášniví hráči počítačových hier a býva v domoch, ktoré sú presne naproti sebe cez ulicu, takže si vidia navzájom do okien. Rozhodli sa, že si svoje počítače prepoja telefónnym káblom aby mohli hrať spoločne hry. Karol býva v prvom poschodí - Trams

Tram no. 3,7,10,11 rode together from the depot at 5am. Tram No. 3 returns after 2 hours, tram No. 7 an hour and half, no. 10 in 45 minutes and no. 11 in 30 minutes. For how many minutes and when these trams meet again? - Playground

Fencing square playground cost € 464; 1 meter cost € 19. What is the area of the playground? - Cube 8

The surface of the cube is 0.54 m^{2}. Calculate the length of the cube edge. - Cuboid - edges

The sum of all edges cuboid are 8 meters. However, the width is twice shorter than the length and height is seven times longer than the width. Determine the dimensions of the cuboid. - Rectangle 3-4-5

The sides of the rectangle are in a ratio of 3:4. The length of the rectangle diagonal is 20 cm. Calculate the content of the rectangle. - Barbara

Barborka goes to school with backpack that was 2 - times more expensive than a bag slipper. If backpack was 36 euros cheaper it was cost same as bag slipper. How many cost backpack and how many bas slipper? - Clock Tower

What angle is betwenn hands on Clock Tower when show 17 hours and 35 minutes?

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