# Physical quantity - math word problems - page 282 of 283

A physical quantity is a term numerically describing a property or state of a physical object. For example, a physical quantity is a length, and its corresponding physical unit is a meter (symbol m). Similarly, the quantity is weight, and the unit is the kilogram (kg). Physical quantities can be divided into a scalar (has magnitude), vector (has magnitude and direction), and tensor (has magnitude and multiple directions).#### Number of problems found: 5649

- Cone

The rotating cone volume is 9.42 cm^{3}, with a height of 10 cm. What angle is between the side of the cone and its base? - Rotary cone

The volume of the rotation of the cone is 472 cm³. The angle between the side of the cone and the base angle is 70°. Calculate the lateral surface area of this cone. - Statue

On the pedestal, high 4 m is a statue 2.7 m high. At what distance from the statue must the observer stand to see it at the maximum viewing angle? Distance from the eye of the observer from the ground is 1.7 m. - Pyramid

Pyramid has a base a = 3cm and height in v = 15 cm. a) calculate the angle between plane ABV and the base plane b) calculate the angle between opposite side edges. - Aircraft 25161

The average climb angle of the aircraft is 11 ° 20', and its average speed is 400 km / h. How long does it take to climb to a height of 3000m? - What percentage

What percentage of the Earth's surface is seen by an astronaut from a height of h = 350 km? Take the Earth as a sphere with a radius R = 6370 km. - Raindrops

The car runs on a horizontal track at a constant speed of 20 m^{2}-1. It is raining. Raindrops fall in a vertical direction at a speed of 6 m/s. a) How fast is the speed of the drops relative to the car windows? b) What is the angle of the raindro - A Ferris wheel

A Ferris wheel with a diameter of 100 feet makes five revolutions every 8 minutes. The base of the wheel is 4 feet above the ground. Your friend gets on at 3 PM sharp. a) Write an equation to express the height in feet of your friend at any given time in - Tropical, mild and arctic

How many percent of the Earth's surface lies in the tropical, mild, and arctic ranges? The border between the ranges is the parallel 23°27' and 66°33'. - Felix

Calculate how much land Felix Baumgartner saw after jumping from 36 km above the ground. The radius of the Earth is R = 6378 km. - Earth parallel

Earth's radius is 6370 km long. Calculate the length parallel to latitude 50°. - Designated 71874

The patrol had started at a designated marching angle (an azimuth) of 13°. After 9 km, the azimuth's angle changed to 62°. The patrol went 10 km in this direction. Find the distance from where the patrol started. - Cylinder horizontally

The cylinder with a diameter of 3 m and a height/length of 15 m is laid horizontally. Water is poured into it, reaching a height of 60 cm below the cylinder's axis. How many hectoliters of water is in the cylinder? - Regular quadrangular pyramid

How many square meters are needed to cover the shape of a regular quadrangular pyramid base edge of 10 meters if the deviation lateral edges from the base plane are 68°? Calculate waste 10%. - Perpendicular 81758

Distribute the force of magnitude F = 100 N into two perpendicular components with magnitudes F1 and F2 so that the angle between forces F1 and F is 43°52'. - Instantaneous 69064

Describe how the instantaneous power value in the AC circuit changes during one period. - Pentagonal pyramid

Calculate the volume of a regular 5-side (pentaprism) pyramid ABCDEV; if |AB| = 7.7 cm and a plane ABV, ABC has angle 37 degrees. - Box

Calculate the angle between box base 9 x 14 and body diagonal length 18. - Cube - angles

Calculate the angle between the wall diagonal and cube base. Calculate the angle between the cube body diagonal and the cube base. - Components 67664

The force R = 12 N is divided into two components, F1 and F2. Their directions make angles α = 30 °, β = 45 ° with the direction R. What are the components F1 and F2?

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