 Level 3
The figure is not drawn to scale. An empty Tank A measures 50 cm by 20 cm by 40.5 cm. Tank B with a base area of 1000 cm2was completely filled with water. Ronald poured 12 of the water from Tank B into Tank A. The water filled 70% of Tank A. What was the height of Tank B? (Correct the answer to 2 decimal places.) 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. 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. 3 m
Level 3
A rectangular tank measuring 35 cm by 26 cm by 12 cm is completely filled with oil. Oil from the tank is poured into an empty cubical container of edge 18 cm until the cubical container is half-filled. What is the height of the oil in the tank after some oil is poured out? Correct the answer to 1 decimal place.
3 m
Level 3
In the diagram not drawn to scale, Tank J and Tank K each has a button that, when pressed, will cause the water to flow out if the water level is higher than the hole. Tank J measures 134 cm by 42 cm by 137 cm. Tank K measures 55 cm by 21 cm by 68 cm. Tank L is 69 cm by 20 cm by 26 cm. Both holes are located at a height of 14 cm from the top of their respective containers. When Tank J is completely filled with water and both buttons are pressed, what will be the final water level in Tank L? 4 m
Level 3
The figure is not drawn to scale. Tank A and Tank B have base areas of 1500 cm2 and 1000 cm2 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.
1. Find the new height of the water in Tank A.
2. 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 cm2 and the base of B has dimensions as shown. A contained 750 cm3 of water and B was empty.
1. What was the height of the water level in A?
2. 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 2 PSLE
At first, Containers A, B and C contained water as shown in Figure 1. Some water from A and B was poured into Container C without spilling. The amount of water left in Container A and B is shown in Figure 2. What would be the amount of water in Container C? 2 m
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 cm2. 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. 3 m
Level 3 PSLE
Two rectangular tanks are shown. Tank Y contained water to half its height. All the water from Tank Y was poured into Tank Z without spilling. What was the height of the water level in Tank Z? 3 m