# Surface area + percentages - math problems

#### Number of problems found: 45

- Cone roof

How many m^{2}of roofing is needed to cover a cone-shaped roof with a diameter of 10 m and a height of 4 m? Add an extra 4% to the overlays. - Triangular prism

The base of the perpendicular triangular prism is a rectangular triangle with a hypotenuse of 10 cm and one leg of 8 cm. The prism height is 75% of the perimeter of the base. Calculate the volume and surface of the prism. - The surface area

How much percent will the surface area of a 4x5x8 cm block increase if the length of the shortest edge is increased by 2 cm? - Storm and roof

The roof on the building is a cone with a height of 3 meters and a radius equal to half the height of the roof. How many m^{2}of roof need to be repaired if 20% were damaged in a storm? - The bus stop

The bus stop waiting room has the shape of a regular quadrilateral pyramid 4 m high with a 5 m base edge. Calculate how much m^{2}roofing is required to cover the sheathing three walls, taking 40% of the additional coverage. - The ball

The ball has a radius of 2m. What percentage of the surface and volume is another sphere whose radius is 20% larger? - Gutter pipe

How many m² of sheet metal is required to produce a 12 m long and 18 cm wide gutter, if 7% bend is required? - Seat

How much m² of fabric do we need to sew a 50cm-shaped cube-shaped seat if 10% of the material we add to the folds? - Sphere radius

The radius of the sphere we reduce by 1/3 of the original radius. How much percent does the volume and surface of the sphere change? - Masquerade ball

Marie wants to make a cone-shaped witch's hat for a masquerade ball. How much material will it need if it counts on an annular rim with diameters of 28cm and 44cm? Hat side length is 30cm. Add 5% of the material to the bust. Round to cm^{2}. - The observatory

The dome of the hemisphere-shaped observatory is 5.4 meters high. How many square meters of sheet metal needs to be covered to cover it, and 15 percent must be added to the minimum amount due to joints and waste? - Tropical, mild and arctic

How many percent of the Earth's surface lies in the tropical, mild, and arctic range? The border between the ranges is the parallel 23°27' and 66°33'. - Alaska vs Montana

Alaska is the largest state in the United States and has a surface area of approximately 588,000 square miles. Montana has a surface area that is approximately 25% of the surface area of Alaska. What is the approximate surface area of Montana? - Roof cover

Above the pavilion with a square ground plan with a side length of a = 12 m is a pyramid-shaped roof with a height v = 4.5 m. Calculate how much m^{2}of sheet metal is needed to cover this roof if 5.5% of the sheet we must add for joints and waste. - The room

The room has a cuboid shape with dimensions: length 50m and width 60dm and height 300cm. Calculate how much this room will cost paint (a floor is not painted) if the window and door area is 15% of the total area and 1m^{2}cost 15 euro. - Water tank

A 288 hectoliter of water was poured into the tank with dimensions 12 m and 6 m bottom and 2 m depth. What part of the volume of the tank water occupied? Calculate the surface of tank wetted with water. - Cube surface area

The surface of the cube was originally 216 centimeters square. The surface of the cube has shrunk from 216 to 54 centimeters sq. Calculate how much percent the edge of the cube has decreased. - Roof 7

The roof has the shape of a regular quadrangular pyramid with a base edge of 12 m and a height of 4 m. How many percent is folds and waste if in construction was consumed 181.4m^{2}of plate? - Surface of wall

Find by what percentage the surface of the cube will decrease if we reduce the surface of each of its walls by 12%. - Content area and percents

Determine what percentage is smaller cube surface, when the surface area of the wall decreases by 25%.

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