# Reason + angle - math problems

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• Magnitude of angle What magnitude has an obtuse angle enclosed by the hands of clocks at 12:20 hours?
• Annulus Two concentric circles with radii 1 and 9 surround the annular circle. This ring is inscribed with n circles that do not overlap. Determine the highest possible value of n.
• Each with each Five pupils from 3A class played table tennis. How many matches did they play with each other?
• Dodecagon Calculate the size of the smaller of the angles determined by lines A1 A4 and A2 A10 in the regular dodecagon A1A2A3. .. A12. Express the result in degrees.
• Octahedron - sum On each wall of a regular octahedron is written one of the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, wherein on different sides are different numbers. For each wall John make the sum of the numbers written of three adjacent walls. Thus got eight sums, which also
• A drone A flying drone aimed the area for an architect. He took off perpendicularly from point C to point D. He was at a height of 300 m above the plane of ABC. The drone from point D pointed at a BDC angle of 43°. Calculate the distance between points C and B in
• A cylinder A cylinder 108 cm high has a circumference of 24 cm. A string makes exactly 6 complete turns around the cylinder while its two ends touch the cylinder's top and bottom. (forming a spiral around the cylinder). How long is the string in cm?
• Candy - MO Gretel deploys to the vertex of a regular octagon different numbers from one to eight candy. Peter can then choose which three piles of candy give Gretel others retain. The only requirement is that the three piles lie at the vertices of an isosceles trian
• Irregular pentagon A rectangle-shaped, 16 x 4 cm strip of paper is folded lengthwise so that the lower right corner is applied to the upper left corner. What area does the pentagon have?
• Four sides of trapezoid In the trapezoid ABCD is |AB| = 73.6 mm; |BC| = 57 mm; |CD| = 60 mm; |AD| = 58.6 mm. Calculate the size of its interior angles.
• Circular railway The railway is to interconnect in a circular arc the points A, B, and C, whose distances are | AB | = 30 km, AC = 95 km, BC | = 70 km. How long will the track from A to C?
• 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.
• Clouds Approximately at what height is the cloud we see under an angle of 26°10' and see the Sun at an angle of 29°15' and the shade of the cloud is 92 meters away from us?
• ABCD square In the ABCD square, the X point lies on the diagonal AC. The length of the XC is three times the length of the AX segment. Point S is the center of the AB side. The length of the AB side is 1 cm. What is the length of the XS segment?
• Clock What distance will pass end of 8 cm long hour hand for 15 minutes?
• Special watch Fero bought a special watch on the market. They have only one (minute) hand and a display that shows which angle between the hour and minute hand. How many hours it was when his watch showed - the minute hand points to number 2; the display shows 125°?
• Right triangle eq2 Find the lengths of the sides and the angles in the right triangle. Given area S = 210 and perimeter o = 70.
• Depth angles At the top of the mountain stands a castle, which has a tower 30 meters high. We see the crossroad in the valley from the top of the tower and heel at depth angles of 32° 50 'and 30° 10'. How high is the top of the mountain above the crossroad
• Thales Thales is 1 m from the hole. The eyes are 150 cm above the ground and look into the hole with a diameter of 120 cm as shown. Calculate the depth of the hole.
• Obtuse angle The line OH is the height of the triangle DOM, line MN is the bisector of angle DMO. obtuse angle between the lines MN and OH is four times larger than the angle DMN. What size is the angle DMO? (see attached image)

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