Examples for 8th grade

  1. Rectangle
    rectangles_1 The perimeter of the rectangle is 22 cm and content area 30 cm2. Determine its dimensions, if the length of the sides of the rectangle in centimeters is expressed by integers.
  2. Map scale
    garden_5 Garden has on plan on a scale of 1: 150 width 22 cm and length 35 cm. What is the real area of the garden?
  3. Sales off 2
    lcd_1 Computer monitor sold for 8400 CZK in March. In April, dealer price decreased by 798 CZK. Calculate the percentage by which the price was reduced.
  4. 3sides prism
    prism_3 The base of vertical prism is an isosceles triangle whose base is 10 cm and the arm is 13 cm long. Prism height is three times the height of base triangle. Calculate the surface area of the prism.
  5. Circular pool
    arc_open The base of the pool is a circle with a radius r = 10 m, excluding a circular segment that determines the chord length 10 meters. The pool depth is h = 2m. How many hectoliters of water can fit into the pool?
  6. Performance
    theathre Same number of tickets sold for 15 CZK, 20 CZK, 30 CZK and 40 CZK a total of CZK 13,230 on theatre performance. How many tickets were sold for this performance?
  7. Tank 9
    water_cocks The tank with volume V is filled with one pump for three hours and by second pump for 5 hours. When both pumps will run simultaneously calculate: a) how much of the total volume of the tank is filled in one hour b) for how long is the tank full
  8. Classs mean
    nums Class size is 30 students, math was not worse than sign 2. Determine the number of pupils who were sign 1 if the class had a 1.4 sign average.
  9. Two numbers
    num_3 Determine the numbers x and y so x + y = 8 is truth and the numbers are in the ratio of 4: 5.
  10. Pyramid
    3d_shapes Cuboid ABCDEFGH has dimensions AB 3 cm, BC 4 cm, CG 5 cm. Calculate the volume and surface area of a triangular pyramid ADEC.
  11. Pupils
    wolfenstein_3d Four pupils is going via dark hall. Start at one side and have to get to the other side for 17 minutes. They have only one lamp for the trip. The corridor is narrow, they can therefore go up two pupils at a time and go at the slower speed. Each pupil went
  12. Tank No 8
    tank1 Tank is filled by one inlet valve with a flow rate of 12 liters per second in 72 minutes. How long take the tank to fill, if we open half an hour after one more inlet?
  13. Three siblings
    brothers Three siblings have birthday in one day-today. Together they have 35 years today. The youngest is three years younger than middle and the oldest is 5 years older than middle. How old is each?
  14. Brackets
    brackets Place one pair of brackets in expression 20-16 + 10 - 4 - 2 so that the result will be 0.
  15. Concentration
    ocet_1 How 0.5 liters of 8% vinegar diluted to a concentration of 20 hundredths % of vinegar? How many liters of water must be pour?
  16. Vinegar
    vinegar_1 What percentage vinegar we get if we mix 1 if dm³ eight percent vinegar with 1.5 dm³ six percent vinegar?
  17. Daughters
    family_3 The man conducting the census asks a woman to age of three daughters. Woman says when multiply the age getnumber 72; if their ages add up, get a number of our house, as you see. The man says: That is not enough to calculate their ages. She says: my olde
  18. Three numbers
    numbers_9 Find three numbers so that the second number is 4 times greater than the first and the third is lower by 5 than the second number. Their sum is 67.
  19. Water tank 2
    tank_1 Water tank cuboid is 12 meters long and 6.5 meters wide and 1.2 meters high. How many hectoliters are in the tank when it is filled to 81%?
  20. 12 Moons
    12_mesicku Good Marry came to ask twelve moons for help with collecting strawberries. All twelve moons 1200 strawberries picked in 20 minutes. But lazy months July and August cease tear after 5 minutes. How many minutes in total will take collect strawberries?

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