Question:

Level 2

A rectangular tank has a base area of 50 cm^{2}. It is half filled with water. If 4 bottles of water are poured into the tank, 250 mℓ of water will overflow. If 3 bottles of water are poured into the tank, 100 mℓ of water will overflow. Find the height of the tank.

2 m
A rectangular tank has a base area of 50 cm

Level 3

Tank A measuring 40 cm by 17 cm by 146 cm is filled with water. Tank B is with a square base of side 68 cm is empty. Water is poured from Tank A into Tank B until the water level in Tank B is twice the height of the water in Tank A. What is the height of the water level in Tank B?

Tank A measuring 40 cm by 17 cm by 146 cm is filled with water. Tank B is with a square base of side 68 cm is empty. Water is poured from Tank A into Tank B until the water level in Tank B is twice the height of the water in Tank A. What is the height of the water level in Tank B?

4 m

Level 3

The figure is not drawn to scale. Mary poured some water into Tank A and Tank B until the water levels in both tanks were the same. She found out that the total amount of water in both tanks was 32 000 mℓ. She then poured another 1200 mℓ of water into Tank A to fill it to the brim. Find the height of Tank A in the end.

The figure is not drawn to scale. Mary poured some water into Tank A and Tank B until the water levels in both tanks were the same. She found out that the total amount of water in both tanks was 32 000 mℓ. She then poured another 1200 mℓ of water into Tank A to fill it to the brim. Find the height of Tank A in the end.

3 m

Level 3

The figure shows 2 completely filled tanks being emptied of the water from 2 different taps. The difference in height between Tank X and Tank Y is 5 cm. The taps at Tank X and Tank Y were turned on at 0700 and 0830. respectively, until both were completely empty. At 1100, the water level in both tanks was the same. At 1230, Tank Y was completely empty and Tank X was only completely empty at 1300. If the rate of the flow of water from each tap was constant throughout, what was the height of Tank Y?

The figure shows 2 completely filled tanks being emptied of the water from 2 different taps. The difference in height between Tank X and Tank Y is 5 cm. The taps at Tank X and Tank Y were turned on at 0700 and 0830. respectively, until both were completely empty. At 1100, the water level in both tanks was the same. At 1230, Tank Y was completely empty and Tank X was only completely empty at 1300. If the rate of the flow of water from each tap was constant throughout, what was the height of Tank Y?

4 m

Level 3

The diagram shows 3 containers of different dimensions, each separated by a partition. Tank C, measuring 20 m by 15 m by 21 m, is filled with water to its brim. Tank B is an empty cuboidal container with a length of 10 m. Slider 1 is lifted to release^{1}_{4} of the water from Tank C to Tank B, after which the partition is slid down to separate Tank C and Tank B. Next, Slider 2 is removed and some water from Tank B flows into Tank A such that the height of the water level of Tank B and Tank A is 7 m.

The diagram shows 3 containers of different dimensions, each separated by a partition. Tank C, measuring 20 m by 15 m by 21 m, is filled with water to its brim. Tank B is an empty cuboidal container with a length of 10 m. Slider 1 is lifted to release

- What is the length of Tank A?
- How many m
^{3}of water are there in Tank B?

3 m

Level 3

The figure is not drawn to scale. The tank was^{2}_{3} filled with water to a height of 30 cm. When a rubber ball was dropped into the tank, the height of the water level was 1.5 cm from the brim of the tank. Find the volume of the rubber ball.

The figure is not drawn to scale. The tank was

3 m

Level 3

Figure 1 shows a closed rectangular tank of dimensions 40 cm by 40 cm by 80 cm with a cube of edge 20 cm glued to Its bottom left corner. Tank contains 70 litres of water. Figure 2 shows the same rectangular tank lying on its side. Find the height of the water level, in centimetres, corrected to 2 decimal places.

Figure 1 shows a closed rectangular tank of dimensions 40 cm by 40 cm by 80 cm with a cube of edge 20 cm glued to Its bottom left corner. Tank contains 70 litres of water. Figure 2 shows the same rectangular tank lying on its side. Find the height of the water level, in centimetres, corrected to 2 decimal places.

3 m

Level 3

The perimeter of the rectangular base of a tank is 400 cm. The ratio of its length to its breadth is 3 : 2. When 48 ℓ of water are poured into the tank,^{2}_{5} of it is filled. Find the height of the tank .

4 m
The perimeter of the rectangular base of a tank is 400 cm. The ratio of its length to its breadth is 3 : 2. When 48 ℓ of water are poured into the tank,

Level 3

The diagram shows a container made of some identical sections. Figure A shows one section of the container. When 5828 cm^{3} of water was poured into the container, find the water level in the container.

The diagram shows a container made of some identical sections. Figure A shows one section of the container. When 5828 cm

4 m

Level 3

The figure is not drawn to scale. An empty Tank A measures 50 cm by 20 cm by 40.5 cm. Tank B with a base area of 1000 cm^{2}was completely filled with water. Ronald poured ^{1}_{2} of the water from Tank B into Tank A. The water filled 70% of Tank A. What was the height of Tank B? (Correct the answer to 2 decimal places.)

The figure is not drawn to scale. An empty Tank A measures 50 cm by 20 cm by 40.5 cm. Tank B with a base area of 1000 cm

3 m