Cuboid + comparing - examples

A cuboid is a three-dimensional shape with a length, width, and a height. A cuboid is a rectangular Prism. The cuboid shape has six sides called faces. Each face of a cuboid is a rectangle, and all of a cuboid's corners (called vertices) are 90-degree angles. Opposite faces are parallel. A cuboid has the shape of a rectangular box.

  1. Stones in aquarium
    akvarko_7 In an aquarium with a length 2 m; width 1.5 m and a depth of 2.5 m is a water level up to three-quarters of the depth. Can we place stones with a volume of 2 m3 into the aquarium without water being poured out?
  2. Building
    kocky Lenka has 22 cubes for the construction of building comprising three cubes in height, the width of two cubes, and the length of four cubes. Is she able to build an building with these cubes?
  3. Fe vs. H2O
    atoms_Fe The volume of what the body of the same weight is greater - iron or water?
  4. Stones in aquarium
    akvarko_15 In an aquarium with a length of 2 m, 1.5 m wide and 2.5 m deep, the water is up to three-quarters of the depth. Can we place 2m cubic meters of stones in the aquarium without spilling water? (0 = no, 1 = yes)
  5. Aquarium
    akvarko_20 Can 30 liters of water fit in a cuboid aquarium with dimensions a = 3dm b = 6dm c = 5dm?
  6. Paper box
    kvader11_3 Calculate whether 11 dm² of paper is sufficient for gluing a box without a lid with bottom dimensions of 2 dm and 15 cm and 12 cm high. Write result as: 0 = No, 1 = Yes

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