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. The cube
    cubes_28 The cube has an edge of 25 cm. We cut it into small cubes of 5 cm long side. How many of these little ones left when we build a new cube of 20 cm in length?
  2. Bottle
    cylinder_11 A company wants to produce a bottle whose capacity is 1.25 liters. Find the dimensions of a cylinder that will be required to produce this 1.25litres if the hight of the cylinder must be 5 times the radius.
  3. Perfect cubes
    cubes3_7 Suppose a number is chosen at random from the set (0,1,2,3,. .. ,202). What is the probability that the number is a perfect cube?
  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. The volume
    cuboid_17 The volume of a solid cylinder is 260 cm3 the cylinder is melt down into a cuboid, whose base is a square of 5cm, calculate the height of the cuboid and the surface area of the cuboid
  6. Cube walls
    cubes2_9 Find the volume and the surface area of the cube if the area of one of its walls is 40 cm2.
  7. The number
    cubes3_9 The number of 1 cm cubes required to make 4 cm cube is?
  8. Cylinder melted into cuboid
    cylinder_cube_3 A circular cylinder has area of cross section 56cm2 and the height is 10cm the cylinder is melted and made into a cuboid of base area 16cm2. What is the height of the cuboid?
  9. Water tank
    cuboid_22 What is the height of the cuboid-shaped tank with the bottom dimensions of 80 cm and 50 cm if the 480 liters of water reaches 10 cm below the top?
  10. 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. )
  11. Dort
    dort_3 The cube-shaped cube box has the dimensions of 30 cm × 30 cm × 12 cm. How many CZK (Czech crowns) would cost be the biggest cake that would fit into the box when a 10 cm³ cake costs CZK 0.5? The cake has the same shape as the box.
  12. The cube
    krychlicky_2 The cube has an edge of 12 dm. The second cube has an edge exactly 20% longer. How many % is more water in the second cube than in the first cube, if the first cube is full to 3/4 and the second to 3/8?
  13. Sphere VS
    gule Find the surface and volume of a sphere that has a radius of 2 dm.
  14. Sphere radius
    SpheresDiff 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?
  15. Half-sphere roof
    kupola_1 The roof above the castle tower has the shape of a 12.8 m diameter half-sphere. What is the cost of this roof, if the cost of 1 square meter is 12 euros and 40 cents?
  16. Area to volume
    two_cubes_2 If the surface area of a cube is 486, find its volume.
  17. A cylindrical tank
    tanks_8 A cylindrical tank can hold 44 cubic meters of water. If the radius of the tank is 3.5 meters, how high is the tank?
  18. Bucket
    watertank_4 The bucket half filled with water weighs 5.55 kg, the full bucket weighs 9.85 kg. How much does the bucket weigh?
  19. No smoke
    no_smoking Tobacco company NO-SMOKE adorned its stand at the cigarette-type trade fair with the cigarette-shaped. The dimensions of which were 20 times the size of a regular cigarette. The regular cigarette contains 0.8 mg of nicotine. How much nicotine would a giant
  20. Volume of ball
    ball1_5 Find the volume of a volleyball that has a radius of 4 1/2 decimeters. Use 22/7 for π

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