Ratio + sphere - practice problems
Number of problems found: 10
- Volume of sphere
How many times does the volume of a sphere increase if its radius increases 2 ×?
- Sphere in cone
A sphere is inscribed in the cone (the intersection of their boundaries consists of a circle and one point). The ratio of the surface of the ball and the contents of the base is 4: 3. A plane passing through the axis of a cone cuts the cone in an isoscele
- Volume ratio
Calculate the volume ratio of balls circumscribed (diameter r) and inscribed (diameter ϱ) into an equilateral rotating cone.
- Twice of radius
How many times does the surface of a sphere decrease if we reduce its radius twice?
- Sphere radius
The radius of the sphere we reduce by 1/3 of the original radius. How much percent does the volume and surface of the sphere change?
- Equilateral cylinder
A sphere is inserted into the rotating equilateral cylinder (touching the bases and the shell). Prove that the cylinder has both a volume and a surface half larger than an inscribed sphere.
- Cube, cuboid, and sphere
Volumes of a cube and a cuboid are in ratio 3: 2. Volumes of sphere and cuboid are in ratio 1: 3. At what rate are the volumes of cube, cuboid, and sphere?
- Inscribed sphere
How many % of the volume of the cube whose edge is 6 meters long is a volume of a sphere inscribed in that cube?
Ping pong balls have a diameter of approximately 5.1 cm. It sold in boxes of 10 pieces: each box has a cuboid shape with a square base. The balls touch the walls of the box. Calculate what portion of the internal volume of the box is filled with balls.
- Sphere cuts
At what distance from the center intersects sphere with radius R = 91 plane, if the cut area and area of the main sphere circle is in ratio 3/6.
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