S: ICT, YOU & ME
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FC: and Maths problems | "ICT, YOU & ME"
1: The laws of nature are but the mathematical thoughts of God. Euklid
2: Solve these Maths problems about towns and countries of the eTwinning project ICT, YOU & ME. Good luck!
4: PROBLEM 1. The Vistula is the longest Polish river (length 1047 km). The length of the longest river of Spain - The River Tag equals 1007 km. What is the length difference between these rivers? | A) 40 m B) 400 m C) 4,000 m D) 40,000 m
5: PROBLEM 2. Among the partner countries of the project "ICT, You & Me" Spain is the biggest (area of 506,000 sq km) whereas Latvia is the smallest country (area of 64,600 sq km). How many times is the area of Latvia smaller than the area of Spain?
6: PROBLEM 3. The area of Poland equals 312,000 sq km. How many hectares is it? A) 3,120 ha B) 31,200 ha C) 3,120,000 ha D) 31,200,000 ha
7: PROBLEM 4. The population of Patra is about 200,000 people. The population of Bilbao is about 2 times bigger. How many people live in Bilbao? A) 100,000 B) 199,998 C) 200,002 D) 400,000
8: PROBLEM 5. The journey from Zambrów to Bilbao takes about 1 day 2 hours, and the journey from Zambrów to Slatina takes about 19 hours 31 minutes. How much longer is the journey to Bilbao? We don't count breaks during the journey.
10: PROBLEM 6. You can get from Zambrów to Daugavpils in 7 hours 42 minutes. What time would you get to Daugavpils if you left Zambrów at 8.45 a.m.?
12: PROBLEM 7. Zambrów has got the area of 19.02 sq km. 76% of this area is agricultural, whereas 38 times less - forests. What is the area of others grounds (buildings, lakes)?
13: PROBLEM 8. Patra has got the area of 125.4 sq km. In 2001 the population density there was 1303 people per 1 sq km. How many people lived in Patra in 2001?
14: PROBLEM 9. Population density in Poland is about 120 people per square kilometre, whereas in Latvia it is 35 people per square kilometer. What is the difference in population density of these two countries? Give the result in percentage.
15: PROBLEM 10. The average August temperature (degrees Celsius) in Spain is 25, in Poland 20 and in Greece 27.5. What is the average August temperature of all these countries?
16: PROBLEM 11. The distance from Poland to Greece is about 2250 km. You drive a car at an average speed of 70 km/h. During the trip you take eight breaks of a quarter of an hour each. What time will you reach your destination if you set off at 7.30 a.m.? How long will the journey last?
18: PROBLEM 12. 45,116,894 people live in Spain and 35,965,116 in Poland. How many more people live in Spain than in Poland? A) 9,151,772 B) 9,151,778 C) 10,851,782 D) 19,151,778
20: PROBLEM 13. The first record of Bilbao comes from 1334 and the one about Zambrów from 1283. Which town is older and how many years older is it? A) Zambrów is 51 years older than Bilbao. B) Bilbao is 51 years older than Zambrów. C) Zambrów is 151 years older than Bilbao. D) Bilbao is 151 years older than Zambrów.
22: PROBLEM 14. What is the area of the white part of the Greek flag if the flag is 200 by 300 centimetres?
24: PROBLEM 15. The size of the Romanian flag is 2 metres by 3 metres. What is the area of its red part?
26: The currency of the two countries taking part in the project ICT, YOU & ME - Greece and Spain - is euro. Euro coins in different countries have one side common and the other national.
27: Using the informations from the table above solve the following problems.
28: PROBLEM 16. Euro coins have the shape of: A) an ellipse B) a circle C) a poligon. PROBLEM 17. The biggest diameter is the one of the coin of: 50-cents, 20-cents or 10- cents? PROBLEM 18. The thinnest is the coin of: 2EUR, 1EUR or 50-cents?
29: PROBLEM 19. 1 EUR weighs: A) 0.00075 kg B) 0.0075 kg C) 0.075 kg D) 0.75 kg
30: PROBLEM 20. When Kate was in Bilbao, she kept the money in her pocket. One day she found in her pockets: three 2 EUR coins, four 1 EUR coins, six coins of 10-cents each and five coins of 2-cents each. a) How much money (in euros) did Kate have that day? b) How much did all the coins in her pockets weigh?
32: PROBLEM 21. Kate built a tower of euro coins. She used 10 coins of 2 EUR each, 7 coins of 1EUR each and 5 coins of 20 - cents each. How tall is her tower?
33: PROBLEM 22. Euro banknote is: A) a square B) a rectangle C) a rhombus?