# Area of shape - high school - math problems

#### Number of problems found: 288

• Poisson distribution - daisies
The meadow behind FLD was divided into 100 equally large parts. Subsequently, it was found that there were no daisies in ten of these parts. Estimate the total number of daisies in the meadow. Assume that daisies are randomly distributed in the meadow.
• Isosceles trapezoid
Find the height in an isosceles trapezoid if the area is 520 cm2 and the base a = 25 cm and c = 14 cm. Calculate the interior angles of the trapezoid.
• Calculate triangle
In the triangle ABC, calculate the sizes of all heights, angles, perimeters and its area, if given a-40cm, b-57cm, c-59cm
• Calculate
Calculate the area of triangle ABC, if given by alpha = 49°, beta = 31°, and the height on the c side is 9cm.
• Angle of diagonals
Calculate the perimeter and the area of a rectangle if its diagonal is 14 cm and the diagonals form an angle of 130°.
• The diamond
The diamond has an area S = 120 cm2, the ratio of the length of its diagonals is e: f = 5: 12. Find the lengths of the side and the height of this diamond.
• Two gardens
The flower garden has a square shape. The new garden has the shape of a rectangle, and one dimension is 8 m smaller, and the other is twice as large as in a square garden. What were the original garden dimensions and the new garden if both gardens' area i
• Truncated pyramid
The truncated regular quadrilateral pyramid has a volume of 74 cm3, a height v = 6 cm, and an area of the lower base 15 cm2 greater than the upper base's content. Calculate the area of the upper base.
• A Cartesian framework
1. In a Cartesian framework, the functions f and g we know that: the function (f) is defined by f (x) = 2x ^ 2, the function (g) is defined by g (x) = x + 3, the point (O) is the origin of the reference, point (C) is the point of intersection of the graph
• Martians
A sphere-shaped spaceship with a diameter of 6 m landed in the meadow. In order not to attract attention, the Martians covered it with a roof in the shape of a regular cone. How high will this roof be so that the consumption of roofing is minimal?
• The roof
The roof of the tower has the shape of a regular quadrangular pyramid, the base edge of which is 11 m long and the side wall of the animal with the base an angle of 57°. Calculate how much roofing we need to cover the entire roof, if we count on 15% waste
• Megapizza
Megapizza will be divided among 100 people. First gets 1%, 2nd 2% of the remainder, 3rd 3% of the remainder, etc. Last 100th 100% of the remainder. Which person got the biggest portion?
• Harry
Harry Thomson bought a large land in the shape of a rectangle with a circumference of 90 meters. He divided it into three rectangular plots. The shorter side has all three plots of equal length, their longer sides are three consecutive natural numbers. Fi
• Metal washers
Metal washers with a diameter of 80 mm are cut from a strip of steel sheet with a width of 10 cm and a length of 2 m. Calculate the percentage of material waste if no material is lost when two adjacent circles meet.
• Outside point
The square ABCD and the point E lying outside the given square are given. What is the area of the square when the distance | AE | = 2, | DE | = 5 a | BE | = 4?
• Four sides of trapezoid
Calculate the area of the ABCD trapezoid with sides a = 65 cm, b = 29 cm, c = 40 cm, d = 36 cm
• The pool
The cube-shaped pool has 140 cubic meters of water. Determine the dimensions of the bottom if the depth of the water is 200 cm and one dimension of the bottom is 3 m greater than the other. What are the dimensions of the pool bottom?
• Copper winding
Calculate the current flowing through the copper winding at an operating temperature of 70°C. Celsius, if the winding diameter is 1.128 mm and the winding length is 40 m. The winding is connected to 8V.
• How many
How many different rectangles with integer page lengths have an area S = 60 cm²?
• Vertex points
Given the following points of a triangle: P(-12,6), Q(4,0), R(-8,-6). Graph the triangle. Find the triangle area.

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