# Square + subtraction - math problems

#### Number of problems found: 34

• Two expressions When x = 3 and y = 5, by how much does the value of 3x2 – 2y exceed the value of 2x2 – 3y?
• Frame image Peter wants to put a picture in a frame. The picture is 7 3/5 cm wide. To fit in the picture frame cannot be more than 7 3/10 cm wide. How much should the image be trimmed?
• Tree planting The trapezoidal garden has bases 44 m and 16 m long. Their distance is 25 m. How many square meters of its area will remain for tree planting if we use 1/5 of the entire site to construct a cottage, backyard, and road. Is it possible to determine the leng
• Granddaughter In 2014, the sum of the ages of Meghan's aunt, her daughter and her granddaughter was equal to 100 years. In what year was the granddaughter born, if we know that the age of each can be expressed as the power of two?
• On the floor 2 The floor area of a living room is 9 7/9 m2. A carpet with an area of 5 5/8 m2 is placed on the floor. Find the area of the room that is not covered with carpet.
• Extending square garden Mrs. Petrová's garden had the shape of a square with a side length of 15 m. After its enlargement by 64 m2 (square), it had the shape of a square again. How many meters has the length of each side of the garden been extended?
• Square and circles The square in the picture has a side length of a = 20 cm. Circular arcs have centers at the vertices of the square. Calculate the areas of the colored unit. Express area using side a.
• 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?
• Squares A square of 12 dm perimeter is cut smaller square, whose side is the third side of the square. What is the area of the rest?
• Company logo The company logo consists of a blue circle with a radius of 4 cm, which is an inscribed white square. What is the area of the blue part of the logo?
• Waste How many percents are waste from a circular plate with a radius of 1 m from which we cut a square with the highest area?
• Square metal sheet We cut out four squares of 300 mm side from a square sheet metal plate with a side of 0,7 m. Express the fraction and the percentage of waste from the square metal sheet.
• Two gardeners The garden with an area of 81 square meters was divided by two gardeners in a ratio of 4: 5. How much did the second gardener get more first?
• Square Square JKLM has sides of length 24 cm. Point S is the center of LM. Calculate the area of the quadrant JKSM in cm2.
• Circular ring Square with area 16 centimeters square are inscribed circle k1 and described circle k2. Calculate the area of circular ring, which circles k1, k2 form.
• Tripled square If you tripled the length of the sides of the square ABCD you increases its content by 200 cm2. How long is the side of the square ABCD?
• 6 regular polygon It is given 6 side regular polygon whose side is 5 cm. Calculate its content area. Compare how many more cm2 (square centimeters) has a circle in which is inscribed the 6-gon.
• Garden The garden has a rectangular shape with lengths of 25 and 40 meters. It has been expanded so that each of its size increased by one fifth. How many square meters increased its acreage?
• Wipes The mummy wiped out the square wipes and the veil was next to each other on the cord stretched out between the two trees. She used a cord of 7.5 meters in length, requiring about 8 dm on each side of the trunk. All wipes are 45 cm wide. Among the wipes an
• Octagon from rectangle From tablecloth rectangular shape with dimensions of 4 dm and 8 dm we cuts down the corners in the shape of isosceles triangles. It thus formed an octagon with area 26 dm2. How many dm2 we cuts down?

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