Algebra - math word problems

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  • Quadrilateral pyramid
    In a regular quadrilateral pyramid, the height is 6.5 cm and the angle between the base and the side wall is 42°. Calculate the surface area and volume of the body. Round calculations to 1 decimal place.
  • CuSO4 mixture
    How many grams of solid CuSO4 we have to add to 450g of 15% CuSO4 solution to produce a 25% solution?
  • Two forces 3
    Two forces of magnitude 8 Newtons and 15 Newtons respectively act at a point. If the resultant force is 17 Newtons, find the angle between the forces.
  • Intersections
    Find the intersections of the function plot with coordinate axes: f (x): y = x + 3/5
  • Base diagonal
    In a regular 4-sided pyramid, the side edge forms an angle of 55° with the base's diagonal. The length of the side edge is eight meters. Calculate the surface area and volume of the pyramid.
  • Quadrilateral prism
    The height of a regular quadrilateral prism is v = 10 cm, the deviation of the body diagonal from the base is 60°. Determine the length of the base edges, the surface, and the volume of the prism.
  • Secret treasure
    Scouts have a tent in the shape of a regular quadrilateral pyramid with a side of the base 4 m and a height of 3 m. Find the container's radius r (and height h) so that they can hide the largest possible treasure.
  • A missile
    A missile is fired with a speed of 100 fps in a direction 30° above the horizontal. Determine the maximum height to which it rises? Fps foot per second.
  • The spacecraft
    The spacecraft spotted a radar device at altitude angle alpha = 34 degrees 37 minutes and had a distance of u = 615km from Earth's observation point. Calculate the distance d of the spacecraft from Earth at the moment of observation. Earth is considered a
  • Space diagonal angles
    Calculate the angle between the body diagonal and the side edge c of the block with dimensions: a = 28cm, b = 45cm and c = 73cm. Then, find the angle between the body diagonal and the plane of the base ABCD.
  • Quadrilateral prism
    Calculate the volume (V) and the surface (S) of a regular quadrilateral prism whose height is 28.6 cm and the deviation of the body diagonal from the base plane is 50°.
  • Quadrilateral pyramid
    The regular quadrilateral pyramid has a base edge a = 1.56 dm and a height h = 2.05 dm. Calculate: a) the deviation angle of the sidewall plane from the base plane b) deviation angle of the side edge from the plane of the base
  • Tetrahedral pyramid 8
    Let’s all side edges of the tetrahedral pyramid ABCDV be equally long and its base let’s be a rectangle. Determine its volume if you know the deviations A=40° B=70° of the planes of adjacent sidewalls and the plane of the base and the height h=16 of the p
  • Four sided prism
    Calculate the volume and surface area of a regular quadrangular prism whose height is 28.6cm and the body diagonal forms a 50-degree angle with the base plane.
  • Angle of deviation
    The surface of the rotating cone is 30 cm2 (with circle base), its surface area is 20 cm2. Calculate the deviation of the side of this cone from the plane of the base.
  • Pyramid 8
    Calculate the volume and the surface area of a regular quadrangular pyramid with the base side 9 cm and side wall with the base has an angle 75°.
  • Pentagonal prism
    The regular pentagonal prism is 10 cm high. The radius of the circle of the described base is 8 cm. Calculate the volume and surface area of the prism.
  • Tetrahedral pyramid
    Determine the surface of a regular tetrahedral pyramid when its volume is V = 120 and the angle of the sidewall with the base plane is α = 42° 30'.
  • Observer
    The observer sees a straight fence 100 m long in 30° view angle. From one end of the fence is 102 m. How far is it from another end of the fence?
  • Square pyramid
    Calculate the pyramid's volume with the side 5 cm long and with a square base, and the side-base has an angle of 60 degrees.

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