# Planimetrics - math word problems

Study plane measurements, including angles, distances, and areas. In other words - measurement and calculation of shapes in the plane. Perimeter and area of plane shapes.

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• Rectangular trapezium Calculate the perimeter of a rectangular trapezium when its content area is 576 cm2 and sice a (base) is 30 cm, height 24 cm.
• Prism - eq triangle Calculate the volume and surface of the prism with the base of an equilateral triangle with side a = 4cm and the body height is 6cm.
• Ladder 8.3 meters long ladder is leaning against the wall of the well, and its lower end is 1.2 meters from this wall. How high from the bottom of a well is the top edge of the ladder?
• Right Δ A right triangle has the length of one leg 11 cm and the hypotenuse 61 cm size. Calculate the height of the triangle.
• Triangle ABC In a triangle ABC side b measure 10 cm less than the side a and side b is half of the side c. Calculate the length of sides if the circumference of the triangle is 42 cm.
• The rope A 68 centimetre long rope is used to make a rhombus on the ground. The distance between a pair of opposite side corners is 16 centimetres what is the distance between the other two corners?
• Equator Suppose that tourist went on foot over the Globe equator. How many meters more track made ​​his hat on his head as the shoes on your feet? The radius of the earth is 6378 km, and the height of the tourist is 1.7 m.
• Field with vegetables Field planted with vegetables has a rectangular isosceles triangle with a leg length of 24 m. At the vertices of the triangle are positioned rotating sprinklers with a range of 12 m. How much of the field sprinkler doesn't irrigated?
• Axial section Axial section of the cylinder has a diagonal 40 cm. The size of the shell and the base surface are in the ratio 3:2. Calculate the volume and surface area of this cylinder.
• Cylinder surface, volume The area of the cylinder surface and the cylinder jacket are in the ratio 3: 5. The height of the cylinder is 5 cm shorter than the radius of the base. Calculate surface area and volume of the cylinder.
• Tower How many m2 of the copper plate should be replaced on the roof of the tower conical shape with diameter 24 m, and the angle at the axial section's vertex is 144°?
• Truncated cone Find the volume and surface area of the truncated cone if r1 = 12 cm, r2 = 5 cm and side s = 10 cm.
• Right triangle Alef The obvod of a right triangle is 84 cm, and the hypotenuse is 37 cm long. Determine the lengths of the legs.
• Mirror How far must Paul place a mirror to see the top of the tower 12 m high? The height of Paul's eyes above the horizontal plane is 160 cm and Paul is from the tower distant 20 m.
• Road - permille A 5 km long road begins at an altitude 500 meters above sea level and ends at an altitude of 521 ASL. How many permille road rises?
• Forces Forces with magnitudes F1 = 42N and F2 = 35N act at a common point and make an angle of 77°12'. How big is their resultant?
• Christmas napkins The girls embroidered Christmas napkins. Each napkin had the shape of a triangle with sides of 5 dm, 60 cm, and 800 mm. How many cms did the girls sew if they made 15 napkins?
• Angle of diagonal The angle between the body diagonal of a regular quadrilateral and its base is 60°. The edge of the base has a length of 10cm. Calculate the body volume.
• Equilateral cylinder Equilateral cylinder (height = base diameter; h = 2r) has a volume of V = 199 cm3 . Calculate the surface area of the cylinder.
• n-gon Gabo draws n-gon, which angles are consecutive members of an arithmetic sequence. The smallest angle is 70° biggest 170°. How many sides have Gabo's n-gon?

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