# Volume + Pythagorean theorem - examples

- Body diagonal

Calculate the cube volume, whose body diagonal size is 75 dm. Draw a picture and highlight the body diagonal. - Cube in a sphere

The cube is inscribed in a sphere with volume 1587 cm^{3}. Determine the length of the edges of a cube. - Axial section

Axial section of the cone is equilateral triangle with area 208 dm^{2}. Calculate volume of the cone. - Cuboid

Cuboid with edge a=6 cm and body diagonal u=35 cm has volume V=1980 cm^{3}. Calculate the length of the other edges. - Cubes

One cube is inscribed sphere and the other one described. Calculate difference of volumes of cubes, if the difference of surfaces in 254 cm^{2}. - Floating barrel

Barrel (cylinder shape) floats on water, top of barrel is 8 dm above water and the width of surfaced barrel part is 23 dm. Barrel length is 24 dm. Calculate the volume of the barrel. - Sphere slices

Calculate volume and surface of a sphere, if the radii of parallel cuts r_{1}=31 cm, r_{2}=92 cm and its distance v=25 cm. - Tetrahedral pyramid

Calculate the volume and surface area of a regular tetrahedral pyramid, its height is $b cm and the length of the edges of the base is 6 cm. - Triangular prism

Plane passing through the edge AB and the center of segmet CC' of regular triangular prism ABCA'B'C', has angle with base 39 degrees, |AB| = 3 cm. Calculate the volume of the prism. - 4side pyramid

Calculate the volume and surface of 4 side regular pyramid whose base edge is 4 cm long. The angle from the plane of the side wall and base plane is 60 degrees. - Pyramid a+h

Calculate the volume and surface area of the pyramid on the edge and height a = 26 cm. h = 3 dm. - Tetrahedral pyramid

Calculate the volume and surface of the regular tetrahedral pyramid if content area of the base is 20 cm^{2}and deviation angle of the side edges from the plane of the base is 60 degrees. - Triangular pyramid

Calculate the volume and surface area of a regular triangular pyramid whose height is equal to the length of the base edges 10 cm. - Hexagonal pyramid

Calculate the volume and the surface of a regular hexagonal pyramid with a base edge length 3 cm and a height 5 cm. - Two balls

Two balls, one 8cm in radius and the other 6cm in radius, are placed in a cylindrical plastic container 10cm in radius. Find the volume of water necessary to cover them. - Hexagonal prism

The base of the prism is a regular hexagon consisting of six triangles with side a = 12 cm and height va = 10.4 cm. The prism height is 5 cm. Calculate the volume and surface of the prism! - Pit

Pit has shape of a truncated pyramid with rectangular bases and is 3.5 m deep. The length and width of the pit is the top 3 × 1.5 m bottom 1 m × 0.5 m. To paint one square meter of pit we use 0.8 l of green colour. How many liters of paint is needed when w - Triangular prism

Base of perpendicular triangular prism is a right triangle with leg length 5 cm. Content area of the largest side wall of its surface is 130 cm² and the height of the body is 10 cm. Calculate its volume. - Rhombus base

Calculate the volume and surface area of prisms whose base is a rhombus with diagonals u_{1}= 12 cm and u_{2}= 10 cm. Prism height is twice base edge length. - Pine wood

From a trunk of pine 6m long and 35 cm in diameter with a carved beam with a cross-section in the shape of a square so that the square had the greatest content area. Calculate the length of the sides of a square. Calculate the volume in cubic meters of lum

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