# Equation + quadratic equation - math problems

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• Staircase On a staircase 3.6 meters high, the number of steps would increase by 3 if the height of one step decreased by 4 cm. How high are the stairs?
• Kohlrabies The price of one kohlrabi increased by € 0.40. The number of kohlrabies that a customer can buy for € 4 has thus decreased by 5. Find out the new price of one kohlrabi in euros.
• Area and perimeter of rectangle The content area of the rectangle is 3000 cm2, one dimension is 10 cm larger than the other. Determine the perimeter of the rectangle.
• Isosceles triangle In an isosceles triangle ABC with base AB; A [3,4]; B [1,6] and the vertex C lies on the line 5x - 6y - 16 = 0. Calculate the coordinates of vertex C.
• The cylinder The cylinder has a surface area of 300 square meters, while the height of the cylinder is 12 m. Calculate the volume of this cylinder.
• Lookout tower How high is the lookout tower? If each step was 3 cm lower, there would be 60 more of them on the lookout tower. If it was 3 cm higher again, it would be 40 less than it is now.
• Circle and square An ABCD square with a side length of 100 mm is given. Calculate the radius of the circle that passes through the vertices B, C and the center of the side AD.
• Magnified cube If the lengths of the edges of the cube are extended by 5 cm, its volume will increase by 485 cm3. Determine the surface of both the original and the magnified cube.
• Birthdays In the classroom, students always give candy to their classmates on their birthdays. The birthday person always gives each one candy, and he does not give himself. A total of 650 candies were distributed in the class per year. How many students are in the
• An equilateral An equilateral triangle is inscribed in a square of side 1 unit long so that it has one common vertex with the square. What is the area of the inscribed triangle?
• Block or cuboid The wall diagonals of the block have sizes of √29cm, √34cm, √13cm. Calculate the surface and volume of the block.
• Suppose Suppose you know that the length of a line segment is 15, x2=6, y2=14 and x1= -3. Find the possible value of y1. Is there more than one possible answer? Why or why not?
• TV competition In the competition, 10 contestants answer five questions, one question per round. Anyone who answers correctly will receive as many points as the number of competitors answered incorrectly in that round. One of the contestants after the contest said: We g
• Conical bottle When a conical bottle rests on its flat base, the water in the bottle is 8 cm from it vertex. When the same conical bottle is turned upside down, the water level is 2 cm from its base. What is the height of the bottle?
• The product The product of a number plus that number and its inverse is two and one-half. What is the inverse of this number
• Three parallels The vertices of an equilateral triangle lie on 3 different parallel lines. The middle line is 5 m and 3 m distant from the end lines. Calculate the height of this triangle.
• Sides of right angled triangle One leg is 1 m shorter than the hypotenuse, and the second leg is 2 m shorter than the hypotenuse. Find the lengths of all sides of the right-angled triangle.
• Before yesterday He merchant adds a sale sign in his shop window to the showed pair of shoes in the morning: "Today by p% cheaper than yesterday. " After a while, however, he decided that the sign saying: "Today 62.5% cheaper than the day before yesterday". Determine the
• 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. Determine the radius r (and height h) of the container so that they can hide the largest possible treasure.
• Medians in right triangle It is given a right triangle, angle C is 90 degrees. I know it medians t1 = 8 cm and median t2 = 12 cm. .. How to calculate the length of the sides?

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