Density + body volume - examples - page 3

  1. Chocolate roll
    chocholate_3 The cube of 5 cm chocolate roll weighs 30 g. How many calories will contain the same chocolate roller of a prism shape with a length of 0.5 m whose cross section is an isosceles trapezoid with bases 25 and 13 cm and legs 10 cm. You know that 100 g of this.
  2. Orlík hydroelectric plant
    1280px-Orlík_1 The Orlík hydroelectric power plant, built in 1954-1961, consists of four Kaplan turbines. For each of them, the water with a flow rate of Q = 150 m3/s is supplied with a flow rate of h = 70.5 m at full power. a) What is the total installed power of the p
  3. Iron ball
    damper_sphere The iron ball has a weight of 100 kilograms. Calculate the volume, radius, and surface if the iron's density is h = 7.6g/cm3.
  4. Density of the concrete
    beton_1 Find the density of the concrete of the cuboid-shaped column has dimensions of 20 x 20 cm x 2 m if the weight of the column is 200 kg.
  5. Seawater
    ice_cubes Seawater has a density of 1025 kg/m3, ice 920 kg/m3. 8 liters of seawater froze and created a cube. Calculate the size of the cube edge.
  6. Iceberg
    ice What is the surface area of 50 cm iceberg (in the shape of a cuboid) that can carry a man with luggage with a total weight of 120 kg?
  7. 3d printer
    filament 3D printing ABS filament with diameter 1.75 mm has density 1.04 g/cm3. Find the length of m = 5 kg spool filament. (how to calculate length)
  8. Metal tube
    pipe2 Calculate the metal tube mass 8dm long with the outer radius 5cm and the inner radius 4.5cm and 1cm3 of this metal is 9.5g.
  9. Sphere floating
    SpheresDiff Will float a hollow iron ball with an outer diameter d1 = 20cm and an inside diameter d2 = 19cm in the water? The iron density is 7.8 g/cm 3. (Instructions: Calculate the average sphere density and compare with the density of the water. )
  10. Iron density
    pipe1_2 Calculate the weight of a 2 m long rail pipe with an internal diameter of 10 cm and a wall thickness of 3 mm. The iron density is p = 7.8 g/cm3.

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