Volume + divisibility - math problems
Number of problems found: 8
- Eights of butter
How many eights of butter (1/8 of kg = 125 g) can be stored in a box with dimensions of 4 dm, 2 dm, 1.8 dm, if the eighth of butter has dimensions of 8 cm, 5 cm, 3 cm?
- Integer cube
The length of the cube edge is an integer. Its volume is in cm3 a five-digit number divisible by 1331. What is the length of the edge of this cube.
- An example
An example is playfully for grade 6 from Math and I don't know how to explain it to my daughter when I don't want to use the calculator to calculate the cube root. Thus: A cuboid was made from a block of 16x18x48 mm of modeline. What will be the edge of t
- Bricks pyramid
How many 50cm x 32cm x 30cm brick needed to built a 272m x 272m x 278m pyramid?
- Cuboid walls
Calculate the cuboid volume if its different walls have an area of 195cm², 135cm², and 117cm².
- Cube-shaped box
Design the size of the smallest possible cube-shaped box where three types of 3cm, 5cm, 6cm small cubes could be stacked to make full use of the box space (each type of cube separately). Can you find out how many smallest cubes are in the box?
We have vessels containing 7 liters, 5 liters, and 2 liters. The largest container is filled with fluid, the others empty. Can you only by pouring get 5 liters and two 1 liter of fluid? How much pouring is needed?
The volume of the cuboid is 245 cm3. Each cuboid edge length can be expressed by an integer greater than 1 cm. What is the surface area of the cuboid?
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