Geometry

Volume

Volume - Problem Solving

         

If the above diagram consists of a hemi-sphere and a circular cone with r=9 cmr=9\text{ cm} and h=9 cm,h=9\text{ cm}, what is its volume?

The above diagram is not drawn to scale.

1818 rigid balls of radius 4 cm4\text{ cm} are closely packed in a rectangular cuboid, as shown above. What is the ratio between the total volume occupied by the 1818 balls and the volume of the rectangular cuboid?

The cylinder on the left is filled with water, and the radius and height of the cylinder are r=3 cmr=3\text{ cm} and h=10 cm,h=10\text{ cm}, respectively. Now, we insert a rigid sphere with radius 3 cm3\text{ cm} into the cylinder causing the water to spill over. If all the water overflowing from the left cylinder can be contained in the right cylinder with radius 3 cm,3\text{ cm}, what is the minimum value of the height HH of the right cylinder in cm?\text{cm} ?

The above diagram is a right pyramid with the following lengths: AB=BC=CD=AD=4,OA=OB=OC=OD=26.\begin{aligned} {\overline{AB}} &= {\overline{BC}} = {\overline{CD}} = {\overline{AD}} =4, \\ {\overline{OA}} &= {\overline{OB}} = {\overline{OC}} = {\overline{OD}} =2\sqrt{6}. \end{aligned} What is the volume of this pyramid?

Quadrilateral ABCDABCD is a square with side length 18 cm,18\text{ cm}, and EE and FF are the midpoints of BC\overline{BC} and CD,\overline{CD}, respectively. If we fold up the three corners B,B, CC and DD to make a polyhedron, then what is the volume of the polyhedron in cm3?\text{cm}^3 ?

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