# Examples for secondary school students

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- Quarantine cupcakes

Mr. Honse was baking quarantine cupcakes. Mrs. Carr made twice as many as Mr. Honse. Ms. Sanchez made 12 cupcakes more than Mr. Honse. If they put all their cupcakes together (which they can’t because. .. quarantine!) they would have 108 cupcakes. How may - Columns of two and three

When students in one class stand in columns of two there is none left. When he stands in columns of three, there is one student left. There are 5 more double columns than three columns. How many students are in the class? - The modulus

Find the modulus of the complex number 2 + 5i - Triple and quadruple rooms

Up to 48 rooms, some of which are triple and some quadruple, accommodated 173 people so that all beds are occupied. How many triple and how many quadruple rooms were there? - 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 - Adam

Adam has half the money in his right pocket than in his left pocket. If he transferred 40 crowns from the left pocket to the right, he would have the same in both pockets. Calculate how many crowns does Adam have in his left pocket more than in his right? - Hazard game

In the Sportka hazard game, 6 numbers out of 49 are drawn. What is the probability that we will win: a) second prize (we guess 5 numbers correctly) b) the third prize (we guess 4 numbers correctly)? - All use computer

It is reported that 72% of working women use computers at work. Choose 3 women at random, find the probability that all 3 women use a computer in their jobs. - Shell area cy

The cylinder has a shell content of 300 cm square, while the height of the cylinder is 12 cm. Calculate the volume of this cylinder. - 2 cyclists and car

One cyclist rides at a constant speed over a bridge. It is 100 meters long. When he is 40 meters behind him, he meets an oncoming cyclist who is riding at the same speed. The car travels along the bridge in the same direction as the first cyclist at a spe - Water mixing

We have 520 ml of hot water and 640 ml of water at 48°C. What is the temperature of approximately hot water when the resulting mixture has a temperature of 65°C? - Probability of failures

In certain productions, the probability of failures is 0.01. Calculate the probability that there will be more than 1 failure among the 100 selected products if we return the selected products to the file after the check. - The rescue helicopter

The rescue helicopter is above the landing site at a height of 180m. The site of the rescue operation can be seen from here at a depth angle of 52° 40 '. How far will the helicopter land from the rescue site? - Transformer

Transformer - U1 = 230 V, N1 = 300, N2 = 1,200, I1 = 4 A. Calculate the transformation ratio, voltage and current in the secondary coil. - Finite arithmetic sequence

How many numbers should be inserted between the numbers 1 and 25 so that all numbers create a finite arithmetic sequence and that the sum of all members of this group is 117? - Research in school

For particular research in high school, four pupils are to be selected from a class with 30 pupils. Calculate the number of all possible results of the select and further calculate the number of all possible results, if it depends on the order in which th - Half of halves

Half of the square we cut off, then half of the rest, etc. Five cuts we made in this way. What part of the content of the original square is the content of the cut part? - On a line

On a line p : 3 x - 4 y - 3 = 0, determine the point C equidistant from points A[4, 4] and B[7, 1]. - Flower boxes

How many m^{2}of 10mm thick boards are needed to make 12 flower boxes? The dimensions of the box are 180,150 and 1500 mm. - The half life

The half-life of a radioactive isotope is the time it takes for a quantity of the isotope to be reduced to half its initial mass. Starting with 145 grams of a radioactive isotope, how much will be left after 3 half-lives?

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