Level 3
A container holds some water up to a height of 71 cm. When 6 identical plastic balls are put into the container, the water level rises by 18 cm. One plastic ball is then removed from the tank, replaced by one metallic ball. The water level increases to 136 cm.
1. Find the ratio of the volume of 1 plastic ball to 1 metallic ball.
2. If the base area of the container is 150 cm2, find the difference in the volume between the metallic ball and the plastic ball. Give the answer in cm3.
4 m
Level 2
A rectangular tank has a base area of 50 cm2. 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
Level 3
The figure is not drawn to scale. Tank A measuring 40 cm by 30 cm by 20 cm is filled to the brim. When 35 of water was transferred from Tank A to Tank B, 1.8 litres of water overflowed. Tank B has a base area of 300 cm2. Find the height of Tank B.
3 m
Level 3
The figure shows 2 identical containers each holding 202 cm3 of water. The volumes of the water, the cubes and balls in Tank G and Tank H are 646 cm3 and 1183 cm3 respectively. What is the volume of each ball? Give the answer in cm3.
3 m
Level 3
The diagrams are not drawn to scale. Diagram 1 shows a rectangular tank containing 6 identical cubes and filled to the brim. It had a length of 40 cm and a breadth of 10 cm. In Diagram 2, four cubes were removed from the same tank and the water level dropped by 2.16 cm. After that, a certain amount of water was drained off the tank until the water level reaches the same height as the remaining cubes. Find the volume of the water in the tank in Diagram 2 in the end. Give the answer in litres.
3 m
Level 3
The figure is not drawn to scale. The tank was 23 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.
3 m
Level 3
A rectangular container 100 cm by 50 cm by 45 cm was 20% filled with water. A tap was turned on to fill it up with water at a rate of 9 ℓ /min. Every 30 seconds after the tap was turned on, an iron ball of volume 500 cm3 was added to the container. How many iron balls of the same volume would there be in the container when the container is 100% filled with water?
4 m
Level 3
It takes Faucet X 15 minutes to fill a tank measuring 14 cm by 8 cm by 12 cm completely while it takes Faucet Y only 10 minutes. How long will it take to completely fill the tank with water if both faucets are turned on at the same time and 3 cubic cubes of edges 3 cm, filled with water, are poured into the tank? Leave the answer in minutes and round off to 2 decimal places.
4 m