Question:

Level 2

Container A and Container B are fully filled with water. If all the water in Container A is poured into Tank C, it is 30 litres short of filling it to the brim. If all the water in Container B is poured into the same tank, it is 56 litres short of filling it to the brim. If the water from both containers is poured into the same tank, it will completely fill it. If both Tank C and Container B are completely filled, how much more water can Tank C fill than Container B?

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Container A and Container B are fully filled with water. If all the water in Container A is poured into Tank C, it is 30 litres short of filling it to the brim. If all the water in Container B is poured into the same tank, it is 56 litres short of filling it to the brim. If the water from both containers is poured into the same tank, it will completely fill it. If both Tank C and Container B are completely filled, how much more water can Tank C fill than Container B?

Level 3

9 identical 4-cm cubes are placed in an empty rectangular tank of length 90 cm and width 25 cm. The tank is then filled with water from a tap flowing at a rate of 7 litres per minute. It takes 12 minutes to fill up^{3}_{4} of the tank. What is the height of the tank? Correct the answer to 1 decimal place.

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9 identical 4-cm cubes are placed in an empty rectangular tank of length 90 cm and width 25 cm. The tank is then filled with water from a tap flowing at a rate of 7 litres per minute. It takes 12 minutes to fill up

Level 3

The figure shows a tank made up of 3 sections. Cuboid A with a square base of side 4 cm and height 30 cm. Cube B with a side of 12 cm. Cuboid C that is 60 cm by 20 cm by 40 cm. Water from a tap above flows down at a rate of 1.2 litres per minute while water is drained out from the bottom at a rate of 1 litre per minute. How long did it take to fill up the tank to a height of 66 cm from the base? Give the answer in minutes correct to nearest whole number.

The figure shows a tank made up of 3 sections. Cuboid A with a square base of side 4 cm and height 30 cm. Cube B with a side of 12 cm. Cuboid C that is 60 cm by 20 cm by 40 cm. Water from a tap above flows down at a rate of 1.2 litres per minute while water is drained out from the bottom at a rate of 1 litre per minute. How long did it take to fill up the tank to a height of 66 cm from the base? Give the answer in minutes correct to nearest whole number.

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Level 3

The figure shows a rectangular tank measuring 55 cm by 22 cm by 24 cm. It was^{1}_{3} filled with water at first. Dylan turned on a tap and let water flow into the tank at a rate of 1.36ℓ per minute. After 15 minutes, he turned off the tap. How much water had overflowed? (Express the answer in ℓ.)

The figure shows a rectangular tank measuring 55 cm by 22 cm by 24 cm. It was

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Level 3

Shemy placed three empty tanks side by side. The smallest tank has a crack at its side and the base area of each tank is 16 cm^{2}. After she turned on the tap for 64 minutes, the height of the water in the smallest tank became 6 cm although 0.5 mℓ of water is leaking out of the crack per minute. Find the rate of flow of water from the tap. Give the answer in mℓ/min.

Shemy placed three empty tanks side by side. The smallest tank has a crack at its side and the base area of each tank is 16 cm

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Level 3

It takes Faucet A 30 minutes to fill a tank measuring 12 cm by 10 cm by 22 cm completely while it takes Faucet B only 25 minutes. How long will it take to completely fill the tank with water if both the faucets are turned on at the same time? Leave the answer in minutes and round off to 2 decimal places.

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It takes Faucet A 30 minutes to fill a tank measuring 12 cm by 10 cm by 22 cm completely while it takes Faucet B only 25 minutes. How long will it take to completely fill the tank with water if both the faucets are turned on at the same time? Leave the answer in minutes and round off to 2 decimal places.

Level 3

Tap A can fill a tank completely in 2 hours while Tap B takes an hour more to fill the same tank completely. There is a hole at the bottom of the tank which can empty the full tank in 6 hours. How long does it take for the tank to be completely filled if both taps are turned on?

Tap A can fill a tank completely in 2 hours while Tap B takes an hour more to fill the same tank completely. There is a hole at the bottom of the tank which can empty the full tank in 6 hours. How long does it take for the tank to be completely filled if both taps are turned on?

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Level 3

The figure shows an empty transparent tank made from three containers. The two containers A and B on top are in the form of cuboids which have square bases of side 6 cm and 4 cm as shown in the figure. The bottom container is in the form of a cube of side 14 cm. 3.42ℓ of water are poured into the empty vase. Find the height of the water level from the base of the vase. (1 litre = 1000 cm^{3})

The figure shows an empty transparent tank made from three containers. The two containers A and B on top are in the form of cuboids which have square bases of side 6 cm and 4 cm as shown in the figure. The bottom container is in the form of a cube of side 14 cm. 3.42ℓ of water are poured into the empty vase. Find the height of the water level from the base of the vase. (1 litre = 1000 cm

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Level 3

The figure shows a rectangular tank measuring 30 cm by 15 cm by 20 cm. Vera poured 558 mℓ of water into the tank. Then she turned on two taps at the same time to fill up Tank with water. Water was flowing from both taps at the same rate. After 5 minutes, both taps were turned off but 1.2ℓ of water had overflowed and was collected in a tray. Find the rate of the flow of water of each tap in millimetres per minute.

The figure shows a rectangular tank measuring 30 cm by 15 cm by 20 cm. Vera poured 558 mℓ of water into the tank. Then she turned on two taps at the same time to fill up Tank with water. Water was flowing from both taps at the same rate. After 5 minutes, both taps were turned off but 1.2ℓ of water had overflowed and was collected in a tray. Find the rate of the flow of water of each tap in millimetres per minute.

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Level 3 PSLE

The figure shows an empty flower vase of height 40 cm. It is made from containers. The top container is in the form of a cuboid which has a square base side 4 cm and height 28 cm. The bottom container is in the form of a cube of 12 cm. 2.16 litres of water is poured into the empty vase. What is the height of the water level from the base of the vase? (1 litre = 1000 cm^{3} )

The figure shows an empty flower vase of height 40 cm. It is made from containers. The top container is in the form of a cuboid which has a square base side 4 cm and height 28 cm. The bottom container is in the form of a cube of 12 cm. 2.16 litres of water is poured into the empty vase. What is the height of the water level from the base of the vase? (1 litre = 1000 cm

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