# Body volume - examples - page 10

- The wall

We have to build a cuboid wall with dimensions base 30 cm and 45 cm and height 3.25 meters. Calculate how many we need bricks if we spend 400 pieces of bricks to 1 m^{3}of wall? - Water level

How high reaches the water in the cylindrical barell with a diameter of 12 cm if there is a liter of water? Express in cm with an accuracy of 1 decimal place. - Tetrahedral prism - rhomboid base

Calculate the area and volume tetrahedral prism that has base rhomboid shape and its dimensions are: a = 12 cm, b = 70 mm, v_a = 6 cm, v_h = 1 dm. - Canister

Gasoline is stored in a cuboid canister having dimensions 44.5 cm, 30 cm, 16 cm. What is the total weight of a full canister when one cubic meter of gasoline weighs 710 kg and the weight of empty canister is 1.5 kg? - Cuboid - simple

Calculate the surface area and volume of a cuboid if a = 8 cm, b = 14 cm and c = 6 cm. - Tent

Calculate how many liters of air will fit in the tent that has a shield in the shape of an isosceles right triangle with legs r = 3 m long the height = 1.5 m and a side length d = 5 m. - Total displacement

Calculate total displacement of the 4-cylinder engine with the diameter of the piston bore B = 6.6 cm and stroke S=2.4 cm of the piston. Help: the crankshaft makes one revolution while the piston moves from the top of the cylinder to the bottom and back. - Gravel - cone

Mound of gravel has shape of regular circular cone with a height 3.3 meter and a base circumference of 18.85 meters. How many cubic meters of gravel are in the pile? Calculate the weight of gravel if its density is p = 640 kg / cubic m. - Hexagonal pyramid

Regular hexagonal pyramid has dimensions: length edge of the base a = 1.8 dm and the height of the pyramid = 2.4 dm. Calculate the surface area and volume of a pyramid. - Pyramid in cube

In a cube with edge 12 dm long we have inscribed pyramid with the apex at the center of the upper wall of the cube. Calculate the volume and surface area of the pyramid. - Cuboid - volume and areas

The cuboid has a volume of 250 cm^{3}, a surface of 250 cm^{2}and one side 5 cm long. How do I calculate the remaining sides? - Cross-sections of a cone

Cone with base radius 16 cm and height 11 cm divide by parallel planes to base into three bodies. The planes divide the height of the cone into three equal parts. Determine the volume ratio of the maximum and minimum of the resulting body. - Water in aquarium

The aquarium cuboid shape with a length of 25 cm and a width of 30 cm is 9 liters of water. Calculate the areas which are wetted with water. - Swimming pool

The pool shape of cuboid is 299 m^{3}full of water. Determine the dimensions of its bottom if water depth is 282 cm and one bottom dimension is 4.7 m greater than the second. - Cube corners

From cube of edge 14 cm cut off all vertices so that each cutting plane intersects the edges 1 cm from the nearest vertice. How many edges will have this body? - Pool 3

How long will fill pool cuboid shape (8m 6m 1.5m) when flows 15 liters/s? - Water

In the garden with an area of 8 ares rain 40hl of water. To what heights leveled water? - Flowerbed

The flowerbed has a length 3500mm and a width 1400mm. How many foil is needed to covers the flowerbed? How many m^{2}of foil was consumed for its production (add 10% of the material to the joint and waste)? How many liters of air is inside the enclosure? (F - Fire tank

How deep is the fire tank with the dimensions of the bottom 7m and 12m, when filled with 420 m^{3}of water? - Cuboid

How many times will increase the volume of a cuboid, if one dimension is twice larger, second dimension three times larger and third dimension four times lower?

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