Show that where the radius of a circle of a sphere is doubled, its volume of the sphere increases by 8 times.
Show that where the radius of a circle of a sphere is doubled, its volume of the sphere increases by 8 times.
One spherical concrete reservoir has its outer diameter equal to 4.6cm and the thickness of its wall is 20 cm. Find the capacity of the reservoir in litre.
A reservoir, when full, contained 2 x 10 litres of water (a) During a dry summer, the volume of water in the reservoir was reduced by 5 x 107 litres each day until it was empty. How many days...
A circle of radius 14cm is made of a solid metal rod where volume is 3388cm3 . Find the radius of the rod.
1) Solve the following equations using inverse operations. i) 3x-7=7+x ii) 3[(6x-2)/4 (Separate)+ 1 ] = 33 2) A cylindrical (cylinder) water tank of diameter 2.2m...
1) Solve the following equations using inverse operations. i) 3x-7=7+x ii) 3[(6x-2)/4 (Separate)+ 1 ] = 33 2) A cylindrical (cylinder) water tank of diameter 2.2m...
1) Solve the following equations using inverse operations. i) 3x-7=7+x ii) 3[(6x-2)/4 (Separate)+ 1 ] = 33 2) A cylindrical (cylinder) water tank of diameter 2.2m...
If the surface area of a cylinder with a radius of 3 cm is 54(pie) cm^2 , what is the cylinder's volume?
I have some problems that require my 5th grader to make a table to help him solve the problems. I have no clue where to begin.
the bases of the trapezoid are 7 and 31 meters and the trapezoid is 60 meters long. the cross sections perpendicular to the 60 meter length are isosceles triangles with their bases in the trapezoid,...
Please help me. You have a larger box of tennis balls. The dimensions of the box are 30cm long, 30cm wide and 30cm high. The radius of each ball is 3cm a) If you stack...
i know that the formula is pi r^2 times H What does pi equal in this case? Does the value of pi change? Because i completed my previous questions with pi as 3.142 and the answers were...
a) Find the volume, correct to 2 decimal places. b) If all the lengths are scaled up by 2, what is the new volume? c) If all its lengths are acted on by a scale factor...
1) Find the volume, correct to 2 decimal places. 2) If all its lengths are scaled up by 4, what is the new volume? 3) If all its lengths are acted on by a scale factor...
I am finding the volume of a quartic function and the values that I'm getting is way off as to what the values I get from using other methods in finding volumes. Can you please help me.
Each cross section of the solid perpendicular to the x-axis is the shape of a square. Find the volume of this solid. a. 5/14 b. 25/126 c. 5/12 d. 47/125
finding the volume of the solid
what are the exact possible values of k? Hint: use cylindrical shells
Find the value of m such that the line y = m represents the height at which the tank is half full.
I don't get what I actually have to find. I've taken out the volume and all but I don't get what they mean by depth.