Solid geometry, stereometry

Solid geometry is the name for the geometry of three-dimensional Euclidean space.

Stereometry deals with the measurements of volumes of various solid figures (three-dimensional figures) including pyramids, prisms and other polyhedrons; cylinders; cones; truncated cones; and balls bounded by spheres.

  1. Cubes into cuboid
    cubes_21 How many 12 centimeter cubes fit into the block (cuboid) with 6dm, 8,4dm and 4,8?
  2. Rectangular prism
    kvader11_2 If i have a rectangular prism with a length of 1,000 cm, width of 30 cm and a height of 50 cm, what is the volume?
  3. Rain
    rain_8 It rains at night. On 1 m2 of lake will drop 60 liters of water. How many cm will the lake level rise?
  4. A residential
    water3_8 A residential colony has a population of 5400 and 60 litres of water is required per person per day. For the effective utilization of rain water, they constructed a water reservoir measuring 48m × 27m × 25m to collect the rain water. For how many days, the
  5. Surface of cubes
    cubes3_6 Peter molded a cuboid 2 cm, 4cm, 9cm of plasticine. Then the plasticine split into two parts in a ratio 1:8. From each part made a cube. In what ratio are the surfaces of these cubes?
  6. How much
    woord_1 How much money will we pay for 20 planks 4m long, 15cm wide and 26mm thick when 1m³ of wood costs 4500kč?
  7. Cuboid
    kvader11 The sum of the lengths of the three edges of the cuboid that originate from one vertex is 210 cm. Edge length ratio is 7: 5: 3. Calculate the length of the edges.
  8. Cube edges
    cubes3_3 If the edge length of the cube increases by 50%, how does the volume of this cube increase?
  9. Cuboid
    cuboid_1 The cuboid has a surface area 7086 cm2, the length of its edges are in the ratio 4:2:1. Calculate the volume of the cuboid.
  10. Pool
    swimming-pool The swimming pool is 10 m wide and 22 m long and 191 cm deep. How many hectoliters of water is in it, if the water is 9 cm below its upper edge.
  11. Transforming cuboid
    cube Cuboid with dimensions 10 cm, 17 and 17 cm is converted into a cube with the same volume. What is its edge length?
  12. Sphere
    1sphere Surface of the sphere is 2820 cm2, weight is 71 kg. What is its density?
  13. Eiffel Tower
    eiffel_tower Eiffel Tower in Paris is 300 meters high, is made of steel. Its weight is 8000 tons. How tall is the tower model made ​​of the same material, if it weigh is 2.4 kg?
  14. Pipes
    water_pipe Water pipe has a cross-section 1405 cm2. An hour has passed 756 m3 of water. How much water flows through the pipe with cross-section 300 cm2 per 15 hours if water flow same speed?
  15. Tanks
    hasici Fire tank has cuboid shape with a rectangular floor measuring 13.7 m × 9.8 m. Water depth is 2.4 m. Water was pumped from the tank into barrels with a capacity of 2.7 hl. How many barrels were used, if the water level in the tank fallen 5 cm? Wr
  16. Gutter
    okap How much metal is needed for production 46 pieces of gutter pipes with the diameter 12 cm and length of 4 m? The plate bends add 2% of the material.
  17. Bricks
    bricks_truck Brick has volume 2.2 dm3. How many bricks can drive truck with capacity 23 ton? The density of brick is 1.6 g/cm3.
  18. Barrel of oil
    dieselbarrel Barrel of oil weighs 253 kg. When it mold 43% oil, weighed 159 kg. What is the mass of the empty barrel?
  19. Sand pile
    sandpile_1 Auto sprinkled with sand to approximately conical shape. Workers wanted to determine the volume (amount of sand) and therefore measure the circumference of the base and the length of both sides of the cone (over the top). What is the volume of the sand c
  20. Cube zoom
    krychle_1 How many percent we increase volume and surface of cube, if we magnify its edge by 38%.

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