Question
A container holds some water up to a height of 83 cm. When 4 identical wooden balls are put into the container, the water level rises by 44 cm. One wooden ball is then removed from the tank, replaced by one iron ball. The water level increases to 132 cm.
  1. Find the ratio of the volume of 1 wooden ball to 1 iron ball.
  2. If the base area of the container is 51 cm², find the difference in the volume between the iron ball and the wooden ball.  Express your answer in cm³.
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A container holds some water up to a height of 83 cm. When 4 identical wooden balls are put into the container, the water level rises by 44 cm. One wooden ball is then removed from the tank, replaced by one iron ball. The water level increases to 132 cm.
  1. Find the ratio of the volume of 1 wooden ball to 1 iron ball.
  2. If the base area of the container is 51 cm², find the difference in the volume between the iron ball and the wooden ball.  Express your answer in cm³.