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# Review Exercise 33

Subjective Questions

## 1. Find the volume, in terms of , of the following cylinders.

(a) (b)

(c) (d)

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2. The volume of a cylinder with radius 15 cm is 4 455 cm3. By taking = ,
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calculate the length of the cylinder.
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3. The height of a cylinder is 10 m. By using = , find the radius of the cylinder,
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given that its volume is 246.4 m3.

4. Shahril poured 5.324 litres of petrol into a cylindrical container. If the height of
petrol in the container is 14 cm, calculate its radius.
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(Use = ).
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5. Calculate the volume of each of the following right prisms.

(a) (b)

18 mm
4 mm
12 mm

(c) (d)

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## The diagram shows a right prism. Calculate its volume.

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The diagram shows a right pyramid with a rectangular base and a height of 6 cm.
Calculate the volume of the pyramid.

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In the diagram, the base of a pyramid is a square. If the height of the pyramid is
1.4 m, calculate its volume.

## 9. Calculate the volume of the following cones.

(a) Base area = 1 200 mm2
and height = 74.2 mm
(b) Base area = 720 cm2
and height = 13 cm
(c) Base radius = 6 cm
and height = 7 cm
(d) Base radius = 1.5 m
and height = 2.1 m

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The diagram shows a cone with a radius of 9 cm. If the volume of the cone is 1 188
cm3, calculate its height.

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11. The volume of a cone with height 30 cm is 24 640 cm3. Calculate the radius of the
cone.

12. Find the volume, in terms of , of spheres with each of the given radii.
(a) 6 cm
(b) 9 m
(c) 12 cm
(d) 30 mm

13. A spherical plastic ball with radius 7 cm is inserted into a cylinder with radius 7 cm
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and height 14 cm. By taking = , calculate the volume of the empty space inside
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the cylinder. Give the answer correct to the nearest cm 3.

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The diagram shows an oil tank consisting of a cylinder and a hemisphere. The radius
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and height of the tank are 7 m and 14 m respectively. By taking = , calculate
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the volume of the oil tank.

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The diagram shows a solid consisting of a cuboid KLMNPQRS and a right pyramid
VPQRS. The vertex, V, of the pyramid from the base KLMN is 9 cm. Calculate the
volume of the solid.

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The diagram shows a solid consisting of a hemisphere and a right cone. The
diameters of the hemisphere and the base of the cone are 10 cm whereas the slant
height of the cone is 13 cm.
(a) Calculate the height of the cone.
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(b) By taking = , calculate the volume of the solid.
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The diagram shows a solid consisting of a cuboid and a semi cylinder of height 7 cm.
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By taking = , calculate
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(a) the curved surface area of the solid.
(b) the volume of the solid.

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The diagram shows a solid in the shape of a right cylinder with a hemisphere
removed from one end. The diameters of the cylinder and the hemisphere are 6 cm.
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By taking = , calculate the value p, if the volume of the remaining solid is
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198 cm3.

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The diagram shows a solid consisting of a cuboid and a right prism. Trapezium
KLQP is the uniform cross-section of the prism. The sides EKP and GNS are straight
lines. If LQ = MR = 5 cm, calculate
(a) the height KP.
(b) the volume of the solid.

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The diagram shows a net of a right pyramid. The base of the right pyramid is a square
with sides of length 12 cm. Calculate
(a) the surface area,
(b) the height,
(c) the volume,
of the pyramid.

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The diagram shows a solid consisting of a right prism and a semi right cone. Isosceles
triangle FJH with FH = JH is the uniform cross-section of the prism. Calculate
(a) the distance of H from the side FJ.
(b) the volume of the solid.
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(Use = )
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The diagram shows a solid formed by the combination of a right cylinder and a right
cone. The diameters of both the cylinder and the cone are 7 cm. Given that
EH = FH = 12.5 cm, calculate the volume of the solid.
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(Use = )
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The diagram shows a solid formed by combining a right circular cone and a cylinder
each with the same diameter of 21 cm. The volume of the solid is 2 541 cm 3.
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By using = , calculate the height, in cm, of the cone.
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The diagram shows a solid cylinder with radius 7 cm and height 12 cm. A circular
cone with radius 3 cm and height 7 cm is removed from the solid.
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By using = , calculate the volume of the remaining solid.
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