# Geometry - math word problems

#### Number of problems found: 1476

• Isosceles trapezium
Trapezoid YUEB (YU||EB) is isosceles. The size of the angle at vertex U is 49 degrees. Calculate the size of the angle at vertex B.
• Present
Gift box has a rectangular shape with dimensions of 8×8×3 cm. Miloslav wants to cover with square paper with sides of 18 cm. How much paper left him?
• Cone in cylinder
The cylinder is inscribed cone. Determine the ratio of the volume of cone and cylinder. The ratio express as a decimal number and as percentage.
• Cone in cube
The cube is inscribed cone. Determine the ratio of the volume of cone and cube. The ratio express as a decimal number and as percentage.
• Aquarium
Aquarium is rectangular box with square base containing 76 liters of water. Length of base edge is 42 cm. To what height the water level goes?
• Cube wall
The surface of the first cube wall is 64 m2. The second cube area is 40% of the surface of the first cube. Determine the length of the edge of the second cube (x).
• Cube in ball
Cube is inscribed into the sphere of radius 181 dm. How many percent is the volume of cube of the volume of the sphere?
• Hollow sphere
Calculate the weight of a hollow stříbrné sphere (density 10.5 g/cm3) if the vnitřní diameter is 15 cm and wall thickness is 1 mm.
• Cube - angles
Calculate angle between the wall diagonal and cube base. Calculate the angle between the cube body diagonal and cube base.
• Plasticine ball
Plasticine balls have radius r1=85 cm, r2=60 mm, r3=59 cm, r4=86 cm, r5=20 cm, r6=76 mm, r7=81 mm, r8=25 mm, r9=19 mm, r10=14 cm. For these balls
• Cube diagonal
Determine the length of the cube diagonal with edge 37 mm.
• Sandpile
Auto sprinkled with sand to an approximately conical shape. Workers wanted to determine the volume (amount of sand) and therefore measure the base's circumference and the length of both sides of the cone (over the top). What is the sand cone's volume if t
• Rotation of the Earth
Calculate the circumferential speed of the Earth's surface at a latitude of 61°​​. Consider a globe with a radius of 6378 km.