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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 two tanks. 25% of Tank A is filled with water. Some of this water is then poured from Tank A to Tank B without spilling. The heights of the water level in both tanks are now equal. Find the height of the water level in Tank A after pouring.

The figure shows two tanks. 25% of Tank A is filled with water. Some of this water is then poured from Tank A to Tank B without spilling. The heights of the water level in both tanks are now equal. Find the height of the water level in Tank A after pouring.

3 m

Level 3

The figure is not drawn to scale. Tank A is filled with water to a height of 10 cm. The water in Tank A is poured into 2 rectangular tanks, Tank B and Tank C, such that the heights of the water in the 3 tanks are equal. Find the volume of water poured out of Tank A in litres.

The figure is not drawn to scale. Tank A is filled with water to a height of 10 cm. The water in Tank A is poured into 2 rectangular tanks, Tank B and Tank C, such that the heights of the water in the 3 tanks are equal. Find the volume of water poured out of Tank A in litres.

3 m

Level 3

The figure shows an empty container. It is made from two cubical tanks. Tanks, Cube A and Cube B, are of sides 10 cm and 20 cm respectively. Cube A is attached to the centre of one of the sides of the Cube B. 5 litres of water is poured into the container such that water flows in to fill part of Cube A. What is the height of the water level in the container? Round off the answer to one decimal place.

The figure shows an empty container. It is made from two cubical tanks. Tanks, Cube A and Cube B, are of sides 10 cm and 20 cm respectively. Cube A is attached to the centre of one of the sides of the Cube B. 5 litres of water is poured into the container such that water flows in to fill part of Cube A. What is the height of the water level in the container? Round off the answer to one decimal place.

3 m

Level 3

Water has been poured into 2 rectangular containers X and Y. The height of the water level in both containers are the same. The difference in the volume of the two containers is 168 cm^{3}. What is the total volume of water in both containers in cm^{3}?

Water has been poured into 2 rectangular containers X and Y. The height of the water level in both containers are the same. The difference in the volume of the two containers is 168 cm

3 m

Level 3

The figure is not drawn to scale. A and B are two rectangular tanks. The base area of A is 50 cm^{2} while the base area of B is 40 cm^{2}. Tank A and B contained some water and the height of the water level in Tank A was 43 cm as shown. Dan then poured some water from Tank A into Tank B. After that, the height of the water level in both tanks became 30 cm. What was the height of the water level in Tank B at first?

The figure is not drawn to scale. A and B are two rectangular tanks. The base area of A is 50 cm

3 m

Level 3

The figure is not drawn to scale. Tank A and Tank B have base areas of 1500 cm^{2} and 1000 cm^{2 }respectively. Water was poured into an empty rectangular Tank A until it reached a height of 20 cm. Some of the water was then poured from Tank A into Tank B which contained 1.5 ℓ of water until the height of the water in both tanks were the same.

The figure is not drawn to scale. Tank A and Tank B have base areas of 1500 cm

- Find the new height of the water in Tank A.
- How many litres of water were poured into Tank B?

4 m

Level 3 PSLE

A and B are two rectangular containers. The base area of A is 30 cm^{2} and the base of B has dimensions as shown. A contained 750 cm^{3} of water and B was empty.

A and B are two rectangular containers. The base area of A is 30 cm

- What was the height of the water level in A?
- Ben poured some water from A into B without spilling. After that, the height of the water level of A was the same as that of B. How much water did Ben pour into B?

4 m

Level 3

This figure is not drawn to scale. A rectangular glass tank 72 cm by 50 cm by 35 cm has 2 compartments, X and Y, with a water height of 30 cm in X and 15 cm in Y. A hole in the slider caused water to leak from X to Y. It was found that the water level in both compartments became the same after some time.

This figure is not drawn to scale. A rectangular glass tank 72 cm by 50 cm by 35 cm has 2 compartments, X and Y, with a water height of 30 cm in X and 15 cm in Y. A hole in the slider caused water to leak from X to Y. It was found that the water level in both compartments became the same after some time.

- What is the height of water in the tank now?
- It took 1
^{1}_{2}h for the water in both compartments to reach the same level. Assuming that water leaked at a constant rate, how much water flowed from X to Y in 1 minute? Express the answer to 1 decimal place in cm³.

4 m