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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.

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A rectangular tank has a base area of 50 cm

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

An empty rectangular tank has a capacity of 90ℓ and a height of 50 cm. At 10 am, Tap A is turned on to fill the tank at a rate of 4ℓ per minute for 15 minutes. After 5 minutes, Tap B is turned on to drain water from the tank at a rate of 2ℓ per minute for 18 minutes. What is the height of the water level in the tank in the end? Express the answer in 1 decimal place.

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An empty rectangular tank has a capacity of 90ℓ and a height of 50 cm. At 10 am, Tap A is turned on to fill the tank at a rate of 4ℓ per minute for 15 minutes. After 5 minutes, Tap B is turned on to drain water from the tank at a rate of 2ℓ per minute for 18 minutes. What is the height of the water level in the tank in the end? Express the answer in 1 decimal place.

Level 3

A container, which is 10 cm long, 9 cm wide and 7.55 cm deep, holds 1510 g of sugar. If 4.95 kg of the same sugar is packed into a tin with a 15-cm square base, how tall must the tin be?

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A container, which is 10 cm long, 9 cm wide and 7.55 cm deep, holds 1510 g of sugar. If 4.95 kg of the same sugar is packed into a tin with a 15-cm square base, how tall must the tin be?

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. The 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. The 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.

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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 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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Level 3

Tank A, measuring 40 cm by 30 cm by 50 cm, was filled with water to the brim. Water was then poured from Tank A to Tank B, which has a base area of 900 cm^{2} until the height of the water level in Tank B became twice that of the water level in Tank A. Find the volume of water in Tank B, leaving the answer in litres.

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Tank A, measuring 40 cm by 30 cm by 50 cm, was filled with water to the brim. Water was then poured from Tank A to Tank B, which has a base area of 900 cm

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^{3}_{5} of water was transferred from Tank A to Tank B, 1.8 litres of water overflowed. Tank B has a base area of 300 cm^{2}. Find the height of Tank B.

The figure is not drawn to scale. Tank A measuring 40 cm by 30 cm by 20 cm is filled to the brim. When

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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.

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.

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