Volume + square (second power, quadratic) - practice problems
Number of problems found: 214
- A prism
A prism with an altitude of 15cm has a base in the form of a regular octagon inscribed in a square 10cmx10cm. Find the volume of the prism.
- Equilateral cylinder
Find the radius and height (in centimeters) of an equilateral cylinder with a volume of 1 liter .
Benhur boiled 1 1/4 liters of water in a kettle. After 10 1/2 minutes he measured the water again. It had 3/4 liters left in the kettle. What is the amount of water that evaporates every minutes?
- The base
The base of the quadrilateral prism is a trapezoid with a content of 75 cm square. The prism is 6 cm high. Find the volume of the prism.
- Markus painter
Markus used ¾ liter of paint to cover 10 ½ square meters of wall. How many liters of paint is needed to cover 12 ¼ square meters of wall?
- School model
The beech school model of a regular quadrilateral pyramid has a base 20 cm long and 24 cm high. Calculate a) the surface of the pyramid in square decimeters, b) the mass of the pyramid in kilograms if the density of the beech is ρ = 0,8 g/cm ^ 3
- An experiment
The three friends agreed to the experiment. At the same time, they all took out an empty cylindrical container on the windowsill and placed it so that it was horizontal. Everyone lives in a different village, and each used a container with a different bot
- Cylinder container
If the cylinder-shaped container is filled with water to a height of 5 dm, it contains 62.8 hectoliters of water. Calculate the diameter of the bottom of the container. Use the value π = 3.14.
- Mr. Gardener
Mr. Gardener wants to make wood for the balcony. Boxes. Each will have the shape of a perpendicular prism with a square base, the height is limited to 60 cm. Each container will be filled with soil by pouring the whole bag of substrate sold in a package w
Charles built a tower of cubes with an edge 2 cm long. In the lowest layer there were 6 cubes (in one row) in six rows, in each subsequent layer always 1 cube and one row less. What volume in cm³ did the whole tower have?
- Regular square prism
The volume of a regular square prism is 192 cm³. The size of its base edge and the body height is 1: 3. Calculate the surface of the prism.
- Truncated pyramid
The truncated regular quadrilateral pyramid has a volume of 74 cm3, a height v = 6 cm, and an area of the lower base 15 cm² greater than the upper base's content. Calculate the area of the upper base.
- The block
The block, the edges formed by three consecutive GP members, has a surface area of 112 cm². The sum of the edges that pass through one vertex is 14 cm. Calculate the volume of this block.
Consider all square prisms with a height of 10 cm. If x is the measurement of the base edge, in cm, and y is the volume of the prism, in cm³. Graph the function
- The square
The square oak board (with density ρ = 700 kg/m3) has a side length of 50 cm and a thickness of 30 mm. 4 holes with a diameter of 40 mm are drilled into the board. What is the weight of the board?
- Side edges
The regular 4-sided pyramid has a body height of 2 dm, and the opposite side edges form an angle of 70°. Calculate the surface area and volume of the pyramid.
- Largest possible cone
It is necessary to make the largest possible cone from an iron rod in the shape of a prism with dimensions of 5.6 cm, 4.8 cm, 7.2 cm. a) Calculate its volume. b) Calculate the waste.
- Cube-shaped box
The cube-shaped box is filled to the brim with 2 liters of milk. Calculate the edge and surface of the box.
- The cylinder
In a rotating cylinder it is given: the surface of the shell (without bases) S = 96 cm² and the volume V = 192 cm cubic. Calculate the radius and height of this cylinder.
- Rotary cylinder
In the rotary cylinder it is given: surface S = 96 cm² and volume V = 192 cm cubic. Calculate its radius and height.
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