# Diagonal + square (second power, quadratic) - math problems

#### Number of problems found: 105

- Kite

John a kite, which is diamond shaped. Its diagonals are 60 cm long and 90 cm long. Calculate: a) the diamond side b) how much paper John needs to make a kite if he needs paper on both sides and needs 5% of the paper for bending. - Quadrilateral pyramid

In a regular quadrilateral pyramid, the height is 6.5 cm and the angle between the base and the side wall is 42°. Calculate the surface area and volume of the body. Round calculations to 1 decimal place. - Cardboard box

We want to make a cardboard box shaped quadrangular prism with rhombic base. Rhombus has a side of 5 cm and 8 cm one diagonal long. The height of the box to be 12 cm. The box will be open at the top. How many square centimeters cardboard we need, if we ca - Similarity n-gon

9-gones ABCDEFGHI and A'B'C'D'E'F'G'H'I' are similar. The area of 9-gon ABCDEFGHI is S_{1}=190 dm^{2}and the diagonal length GD is 32 dm. Calculate area of the 9-gon A'B'C'D'E'F'G'H'I' if G'D' = 13 dm. - Billiard balls

A layer of ivory billiard balls of radius 6.35 cm is in the form of a square. The balls are arranged so that each ball is tangent to every one adjacent to it. In the spaces between sets of 4 adjacent balls other balls rest, equal in size to the original.

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