Question:

Level 1

What is the maximum number of 3 cm cubes that can be filled into a 12 cm by 9 cm by 7 cm cuboid?

2 m
What is the maximum number of 3 cm cubes that can be filled into a 12 cm by 9 cm by 7 cm cuboid?

Level 2

The figure is made up of 1-cm cubes. How many 1-cm cubes must be added to the figure to form a larger cube of 4 cm side?

The figure is made up of 1-cm cubes. How many 1-cm cubes must be added to the figure to form a larger cube of 4 cm side?

2 m

Level 2

The figure shows a rectangular glass tank partly filled with unit cubes. More unit cubes are added to fill the tank completely. What is the volume of the added cubes if each cube is a 1-cm cube?

The figure shows a rectangular glass tank partly filled with unit cubes. More unit cubes are added to fill the tank completely. What is the volume of the added cubes if each cube is a 1-cm cube?

2 m

Level 2 PSLE

The figure shows a rectangular glass box partly filled with unit cubes. When the box is completely filled with unit cubes, how many cubes are there altogether?

The figure shows a rectangular glass box partly filled with unit cubes. When the box is completely filled with unit cubes, how many cubes are there altogether?

2 m

Level 2

The figure is not drawn to scale. 100 3-cm cubes are placed layer by layer into a tank with a base area of 20 cm by 15 cm. What is the height of the cubes when all the cubes are stacked up into the tank?

The figure is not drawn to scale. 100 3-cm cubes are placed layer by layer into a tank with a base area of 20 cm by 15 cm. What is the height of the cubes when all the cubes are stacked up into the tank?

2 m

Level 2

Find the maximum number of cubes of edge 3 cm that can be cut from a foam cuboid, 27 cm by 24 cm by 18 cm.

2 m
Find the maximum number of cubes of edge 3 cm that can be cut from a foam cuboid, 27 cm by 24 cm by 18 cm.

Level 2

Kelvin bought some chocolate came in square pyramid packages as shown in the figure. Each pyramid had a square base area of 1 cm^{2} and a vertical height of 1 cm. He then packed the candies in a box measuring 6 cm by 4 cm by 7 cm. What was the maximum number of such candies he could pack into the box?

Kelvin bought some chocolate came in square pyramid packages as shown in the figure. Each pyramid had a square base area of 1 cm

2 m

Level 2

The figure is made up of 2-cm cubes. What is the volume of the minimum number of cubes that must be added to form a bigger cube?

The figure is made up of 2-cm cubes. What is the volume of the minimum number of cubes that must be added to form a bigger cube?

2 m

Level 2 PSLE

Jamie formed two cuboids with unit cubes. The length, breadth and height of the bigger cuboid are 2 times those of the smaller cuboid. She used 348 unit cubes to form the smaller cuboid. How many unit cubes did she use to form the larger cuboid?

2 m
Jamie formed two cuboids with unit cubes. The length, breadth and height of the bigger cuboid are 2 times those of the smaller cuboid. She used 348 unit cubes to form the smaller cuboid. How many unit cubes did she use to form the larger cuboid?

Level 3

The figure shows a rectangular glass tank partly filled with 1-cm cubes. After adding 1 extra cube,

The figure shows a rectangular glass tank partly filled with 1-cm cubes. After adding 1 extra cube,

- How many more cubes are needed to Tank completely?
- What is the volume of glass tank?

4 m