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The cross section of a piece of a metal 2m in length is shown below. Find area of cross section and volume of piece of metal in cubic meters

  1. 57 , 11400 
  2. 57, 12410
  3. 75,11400
  4. 75,12410

The correct answer is: 75,12410


     

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    The figure alongside shows the cross-section of a concrete wall to be constructed. It is 3m wide at the top, 5.5 m wide at the bottom and its height is 10 m and its length is 500m.Calculate
    (i) the cross-sectional area

     

    The figure alongside shows the cross-section of a concrete wall to be constructed. It is 3m wide at the top, 5.5 m wide at the bottom and its height is 10 m and its length is 500m.Calculate
    (i) the cross-sectional area

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    A teak wood log first cut in the form of a cuboid of length 2.3 m, width 0.75 m and of certain thickness. Its volume is of 1.004m^3. How many rectangular planks of size 2.3m x 0.75m x 0.04m can be cut from the cuboid

    We are given the dimensions of teakwood log as

    Length l = 2.3 m

    Breadth b = 0.75

    Its volume = 1.004 m^3
    We have to find thickness h.
    And planks dimensions are

    Length = 2.3

    Breadth = 0.75

    Thickness = 0.04
    Volume of wood log = l cross timescross times h

    1.004  = 2.3 cross times 0.75 cross times h

    1.004 = 1.725 cross times h

    h = 1.004/ 1.725

    h = 0.5820
    As the length and breadth are the same for both log and plank then we should divide the height by thickness of the plank so we will get number of planks.
    No of planks = 0.5820/ 0.04

    = 14.55

    ~ 14
    Therefore the correct answer is b) 14.

    A teak wood log first cut in the form of a cuboid of length 2.3 m, width 0.75 m and of certain thickness. Its volume is of 1.004m^3. How many rectangular planks of size 2.3m x 0.75m x 0.04m can be cut from the cuboid

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    We are given the dimensions of teakwood log as

    Length l = 2.3 m

    Breadth b = 0.75

    Its volume = 1.004 m^3
    We have to find thickness h.
    And planks dimensions are

    Length = 2.3

    Breadth = 0.75

    Thickness = 0.04
    Volume of wood log = l cross timescross times h

    1.004  = 2.3 cross times 0.75 cross times h

    1.004 = 1.725 cross times h

    h = 1.004/ 1.725

    h = 0.5820
    As the length and breadth are the same for both log and plank then we should divide the height by thickness of the plank so we will get number of planks.
    No of planks = 0.5820/ 0.04

    = 14.55

    ~ 14
    Therefore the correct answer is b) 14.

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    The cross-section of a swimming pool is a trapezium ABCD. AB=12m CD= 13 m DA= 5 m and the length of the pool is 60 m. Find the volume of water it holds?

    We have given the cross section of the swimming pool as ABCD.

    The cross-section of a swimming pool is a trapezium ABCD. AB=12m CD= 13 m DA= 5 m and the length of the pool is 60 m. Find the volume of water it holds?

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    We have given the cross section of the swimming pool as ABCD.

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    A metal cube with a 6 cm edge is melted and cast into a cuboid whose base is 3.60x 0.60 cm2 .Calculate the height of the cuboid. Also, find the total surface area of the cuboid and cube respectively

    We have given  edge of the metal cube a = 6cm
    Dimensions of cuboid
    Length l = 3.60
    Breadth b = 0.60
    We have to find the height of the cuboid h.
    As the both solids have same amount of material their volume will be same

    l x b x h =  a3

    3.60 x 0.60 x h = 63

    2.16 x h = 216
    Dividing both sides by 2.16 we get,

    h = 100

    TSA of cube = 6a2

    = 6(6)2

    = 6(36)

    = 216 sq.cm

    TSA of cuboid = 2[lb + bh + hl]

    = 2[(3.60)(0.60) + (0.60)(100) + (100)(3.60)]

    = 2[ 2.16 + 60 + 360 ]

    = 2[ 422.16 ]

    = 844.32 sq.cm
    Therefore, the correct option is c) 844.32 cm2 and 216 cm2.

    A metal cube with a 6 cm edge is melted and cast into a cuboid whose base is 3.60x 0.60 cm2 .Calculate the height of the cuboid. Also, find the total surface area of the cuboid and cube respectively

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    We have given  edge of the metal cube a = 6cm
    Dimensions of cuboid
    Length l = 3.60
    Breadth b = 0.60
    We have to find the height of the cuboid h.
    As the both solids have same amount of material their volume will be same

    l x b x h =  a3

    3.60 x 0.60 x h = 63

    2.16 x h = 216
    Dividing both sides by 2.16 we get,

    h = 100

    TSA of cube = 6a2

    = 6(6)2

    = 6(36)

    = 216 sq.cm

    TSA of cuboid = 2[lb + bh + hl]

    = 2[(3.60)(0.60) + (0.60)(100) + (100)(3.60)]

    = 2[ 2.16 + 60 + 360 ]

    = 2[ 422.16 ]

    = 844.32 sq.cm
    Therefore, the correct option is c) 844.32 cm2 and 216 cm2.

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    Determine if the given conjecture is true or not. Give a counterexample if it is false.
    Given: ∠𝑃 𝑎𝑛𝑑 ∠𝑄 are complementary. ∠𝑄 𝑎𝑛𝑑 ∠𝑅 are complementary.
    Conjecture: ∠𝑃 ≅ ∠𝑅

    Solution:- We have given that
    ∠𝑃 𝑎𝑛𝑑 ∠𝑄 are complementary.
    ∠𝑄 𝑎𝑛𝑑 ∠𝑅 are complementary.
    Which means ∠𝑃 + ∠𝑄 = 90
    And  ∠𝑄 + ∠𝑅 = 90
    If we subtract ∠𝑄 from both sides of both equations we get,
    ∠P  =90 - ∠𝑄
    ∠R = 90 - ∠𝑄
    If we compare RHS of the both obtained equations
    We can say that
    ∠𝑃 ≅ ∠𝑅
    Therefore, the given conjecture is true.

    Determine if the given conjecture is true or not. Give a counterexample if it is false.
    Given: ∠𝑃 𝑎𝑛𝑑 ∠𝑄 are complementary. ∠𝑄 𝑎𝑛𝑑 ∠𝑅 are complementary.
    Conjecture: ∠𝑃 ≅ ∠𝑅

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    Solution:- We have given that
    ∠𝑃 𝑎𝑛𝑑 ∠𝑄 are complementary.
    ∠𝑄 𝑎𝑛𝑑 ∠𝑅 are complementary.
    Which means ∠𝑃 + ∠𝑄 = 90
    And  ∠𝑄 + ∠𝑅 = 90
    If we subtract ∠𝑄 from both sides of both equations we get,
    ∠P  =90 - ∠𝑄
    ∠R = 90 - ∠𝑄
    If we compare RHS of the both obtained equations
    We can say that
    ∠𝑃 ≅ ∠𝑅
    Therefore, the given conjecture is true.
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    A plate of 3 cm thick, 9 cm broad, and 27 m long is melted into a cube. find the difference in surface area of the two solids correct to the nearest whole number.

    We are given the dimensions of the plate
    Thickness h = 3 cm
    Breadth b= 9cm
    Length l = 27cm
    This plate is melted into cube , let x be the length of side of cube
    So, as the plate is melted into cube the volume of both the solids will be same
    Therefore, l x b x h = x3

    27 x 9 x 3 = x3

    729 = x3
    As we know, 729 is the cube of 9
    Therefore, x = 9
    Surface area of the plate = 2[lb + bh + hl]

    = 2[(27)(9) + (9)(3) + (3)(27)]

    = 2[243 + 27 + 81]

    = 2(351)

    = 702

    Surface area of the cube = 6x2

    = 6(9)2

    = 6 (81)

    = 486
    Difference between both the areas= 702 – 486

    = 216
    Therefore the difference between the volumes is surface area .

    A plate of 3 cm thick, 9 cm broad, and 27 m long is melted into a cube. find the difference in surface area of the two solids correct to the nearest whole number.

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    We are given the dimensions of the plate
    Thickness h = 3 cm
    Breadth b= 9cm
    Length l = 27cm
    This plate is melted into cube , let x be the length of side of cube
    So, as the plate is melted into cube the volume of both the solids will be same
    Therefore, l x b x h = x3

    27 x 9 x 3 = x3

    729 = x3
    As we know, 729 is the cube of 9
    Therefore, x = 9
    Surface area of the plate = 2[lb + bh + hl]

    = 2[(27)(9) + (9)(3) + (3)(27)]

    = 2[243 + 27 + 81]

    = 2(351)

    = 702

    Surface area of the cube = 6x2

    = 6(9)2

    = 6 (81)

    = 486
    Difference between both the areas= 702 – 486

    = 216
    Therefore the difference between the volumes is surface area .

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    Which number is next in the sequence?
    35, 85, 135, 185, __

    Hint:- A sequence of numbers which has a common difference between any two consecutive numbers is called an arithmetic progression (A.P.). The arithmetic progression general form is given by a, a + d, a + 2d, a + 3d, . . .. Hence, the formula to find the nth term is:
    an = a + (n – 1) × d
    Solution :- We have given the pattern of numbers

    35, 85, 135, 185, __
    We have to find the next number.
    We can see clearly that it is an Arithmetic progression With Common difference = 85 - 35 = 50
    = 135 - 85 = 50
    = 185 - 135 = 50
    Therefore next term will be
    185 + Common difference
    185 + 50 = 235
    Therefore, the pattern will be
    35, 85, 135, 185, 235

    Which number is next in the sequence?
    35, 85, 135, 185, __

    Maths-General
    Hint:- A sequence of numbers which has a common difference between any two consecutive numbers is called an arithmetic progression (A.P.). The arithmetic progression general form is given by a, a + d, a + 2d, a + 3d, . . .. Hence, the formula to find the nth term is:
    an = a + (n – 1) × d
    Solution :- We have given the pattern of numbers

    35, 85, 135, 185, __
    We have to find the next number.
    We can see clearly that it is an Arithmetic progression With Common difference = 85 - 35 = 50
    = 135 - 85 = 50
    = 185 - 135 = 50
    Therefore next term will be
    185 + Common difference
    185 + 50 = 235
    Therefore, the pattern will be
    35, 85, 135, 185, 235

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    A cuboidal water tank is 6m long , 5m wide and 4.5 m deep.
    How many litres of water can it hold ?

    Step-by-step solution:
    The given cuboidal water tank has-
    • Length = 6m,
    • Width = 5m and
    • Height = 4.5m
    Now, we know that-
    Volume of a cuboid = Length * Width * Height
    ∴ Volume of the cuboidal tank = 6 * 5 * 4.5
    ∴ Volume of the cuboidal tank = 135 m3.
    Now, we know that-
    1m cubed = 1,000 L
    ∴ 135 m cubed = 1,000 * 135
    ∴ 135 m cubed = 1,35,000 L.

    A cuboidal water tank is 6m long , 5m wide and 4.5 m deep.
    How many litres of water can it hold ?

    GeneralGeneral
    Step-by-step solution:
    The given cuboidal water tank has-
    • Length = 6m,
    • Width = 5m and
    • Height = 4.5m
    Now, we know that-
    Volume of a cuboid = Length * Width * Height
    ∴ Volume of the cuboidal tank = 6 * 5 * 4.5
    ∴ Volume of the cuboidal tank = 135 m3.
    Now, we know that-
    1m cubed = 1,000 L
    ∴ 135 m cubed = 1,000 * 135
    ∴ 135 m cubed = 1,35,000 L.
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    Show the conjecture is false by finding a counterexample.
    Two supplementary angles form a linear pair.

    Solution:-
    Given, two supplementary angles always form a liner pair 


    We have to determine if the given statement is true or false.
    When the sum of measures of two angles is 180 degrees, then the angles are called supplementary angles.
    When two lines intersect each other at a single point, linear pairs of angles are formed.

    From the figure,
    ∠1 + ∠2 = 180°
    Linear pair of angles occurs in a straight line.
    So, two supplementary angles do not always form a linear pair.
    Therefore, the given statement is false.

    Show the conjecture is false by finding a counterexample.
    Two supplementary angles form a linear pair.

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    Solution:-
    Given, two supplementary angles always form a liner pair 

    We have to determine if the given statement is true or false.
    When the sum of measures of two angles is 180 degrees, then the angles are called supplementary angles.
    When two lines intersect each other at a single point, linear pairs of angles are formed.

    From the figure,
    ∠1 + ∠2 = 180°
    Linear pair of angles occurs in a straight line.
    So, two supplementary angles do not always form a linear pair.
    Therefore, the given statement is false.
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    Show the conjecture is false by finding a counterexample.
    Two adjacent angles always form a linear pair

    Solution :- We have given the statement
    Two adjacent angles always form a linear pair.
    We have to prove the statement is false.
    The linear pair of angles is a pair of angles which is created by the intersection of two straight lines and the sum of a linear pair of angles is 180°.
    Now, if we take an angle which is less than 180° and bisect that angle with the help of a straight line, then we will get two adjacent angles. And, the sum of those two adjacent angles isn't 180°.
    In this way, we can come to a conclusion that every pair of adjacent angles will be not considered as the linear pair of angles.
    So, the given conjecture is false.

    Show the conjecture is false by finding a counterexample.
    Two adjacent angles always form a linear pair

    Maths-General
    Solution :- We have given the statement
    Two adjacent angles always form a linear pair.
    We have to prove the statement is false.
    The linear pair of angles is a pair of angles which is created by the intersection of two straight lines and the sum of a linear pair of angles is 180°.
    Now, if we take an angle which is less than 180° and bisect that angle with the help of a straight line, then we will get two adjacent angles. And, the sum of those two adjacent angles isn't 180°.
    In this way, we can come to a conclusion that every pair of adjacent angles will be not considered as the linear pair of angles.
    So, the given conjecture is false.
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    A cubical tank 50 cm in length and 36 cm in breadth contain water. A cube of x cm edge is dropped into it and fully immersed. If the rise in water level is 15 cm, solve for x. and hence find the T.S.A of the cubical tank

    We have given the dimensions of cubical tank
    Length l = 50cm
    Breadth b= 36cm
    The dimensions of cube dropped are
    Side = x cm
    We have to find the value of x and TSA of cubical tank.
    It is given that rise in water level is 15 cm , so it will be the height of the water in the cubical tank

    h = 15 cm
    Therefore the volume of the cube dropped will be

    Volume = l cross timescross times h

    x3 = 50 cross times 36 cross times 15

    = 27000

    As 27000 is a cube of 30

    x3 = (30)3

    therefore, x = 30
    The TSA of the cubical tank = 2[lb + bh + hl]

    = 2[(50)(36) + (36)(15) + (15)(50)l]

    = 2[1800 + 540 + 750]

    = 2[3090]

    = 6180
    Which is approximately equal to 6200.
    Therefore, the correct option is a) 30 , 6200.

    A cubical tank 50 cm in length and 36 cm in breadth contain water. A cube of x cm edge is dropped into it and fully immersed. If the rise in water level is 15 cm, solve for x. and hence find the T.S.A of the cubical tank

    Maths-General
    We have given the dimensions of cubical tank
    Length l = 50cm
    Breadth b= 36cm
    The dimensions of cube dropped are
    Side = x cm
    We have to find the value of x and TSA of cubical tank.
    It is given that rise in water level is 15 cm , so it will be the height of the water in the cubical tank

    h = 15 cm
    Therefore the volume of the cube dropped will be

    Volume = l cross timescross times h

    x3 = 50 cross times 36 cross times 15

    = 27000

    As 27000 is a cube of 30

    x3 = (30)3

    therefore, x = 30
    The TSA of the cubical tank = 2[lb + bh + hl]

    = 2[(50)(36) + (36)(15) + (15)(50)l]

    = 2[1800 + 540 + 750]

    = 2[3090]

    = 6180
    Which is approximately equal to 6200.
    Therefore, the correct option is a) 30 , 6200.

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    Show the conjecture is false by finding a counterexample.
    If the product of two numbers is even, then the two numbers must be even.

    Solution:-
    We have given a statement
    If the product of two numbers is even, then the two numbers must be even.
    We have to show the given conjecture is false.
    Let us take two even numbers 6 and 8
    Product of considered numbers = 6 x 8 = 48
    Product we get is an even number , so the given statement is true for considered values.
    If we consider one odd and one even number , 5 and  6
    Product = 5 x 6 = 30
    So, the product obtained is an even which contradicts the given statement
    So, We can say that if the product of two numbers is even, then the two numbers need be even.
    So, the given conjecture is false.

    Show the conjecture is false by finding a counterexample.
    If the product of two numbers is even, then the two numbers must be even.

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    Solution:-
    We have given a statement
    If the product of two numbers is even, then the two numbers must be even.
    We have to show the given conjecture is false.
    Let us take two even numbers 6 and 8
    Product of considered numbers = 6 x 8 = 48
    Product we get is an even number , so the given statement is true for considered values.
    If we consider one odd and one even number , 5 and  6
    Product = 5 x 6 = 30
    So, the product obtained is an even which contradicts the given statement
    So, We can say that if the product of two numbers is even, then the two numbers need be even.
    So, the given conjecture is false.
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    Show the conjecture is false by finding a counterexample.
    If a + b = 0, then a = b = 0.

    Solution:-
    We have given a statement
    If a + b = 0, then a = b = 0
    We have to show the given conjecture is false.
    Let us take a = 0 and b = 0
    Then a + b = 0 + 0 = 0
    Given statement is true for considered values of a and b.
    Let us take a = 3 and b = - 3
    Then a + b = 3 + (- 3) = 3 – 3 = 0
    From this example we can say that it is not necessary that and b should be 0 to get sum of a and b to be 0 .
    Therefore, the given conjecture is false.

    Show the conjecture is false by finding a counterexample.
    If a + b = 0, then a = b = 0.

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    Solution:-
    We have given a statement
    If a + b = 0, then a = b = 0
    We have to show the given conjecture is false.
    Let us take a = 0 and b = 0
    Then a + b = 0 + 0 = 0
    Given statement is true for considered values of a and b.
    Let us take a = 3 and b = - 3
    Then a + b = 3 + (- 3) = 3 – 3 = 0
    From this example we can say that it is not necessary that and b should be 0 to get sum of a and b to be 0 .
    Therefore, the given conjecture is false.
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    calculate the surface area of a cube and volume of a cube with the given diagonal length of 15square root of 3cm

    We have given the diagonal of the cube
    D= 15square root of 3 cm
    We have to find the Surface area and volume of the cube.
    We know that Diagonal of the cube = square root of 3a
    Where a is side of the cube
    Comparing with the given value we get

    a = 15 cm
    Therefore , Surface area of cube = 6a2

    = 6(15)2

    = 6(225)

    = 1350
    And, volume of the given cube = a3

    = (15)3

    = 3375
    Therefore the correct option is c)1350, 3375.

    calculate the surface area of a cube and volume of a cube with the given diagonal length of 15square root of 3cm

    Maths-General
    We have given the diagonal of the cube
    D= 15square root of 3 cm
    We have to find the Surface area and volume of the cube.
    We know that Diagonal of the cube = square root of 3a
    Where a is side of the cube
    Comparing with the given value we get

    a = 15 cm
    Therefore , Surface area of cube = 6a2

    = 6(15)2

    = 6(225)

    = 1350
    And, volume of the given cube = a3

    = (15)3

    = 3375
    Therefore the correct option is c)1350, 3375.

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    Show the conjecture is false by finding a counterexample.
    If the product of two numbers is positive, then the two numbers must both be positive.

    Solution:-
    We have given a statement If the product of two numbers is positive, then the two numbers must both be positive.

    If we consider two positive numbers 7 and 9

    Then , their product, 7 x 9 = 63

    Hence, the statement is correct for positive integers

    Suppose we take two negative integers - 7 and - 9

    Then, their product, - 7 x - 9 = 63

    So,The product of any two positive numbers is positive, and the product of any two negative numbers is also positive.
    Therefore, the given statement is false.

    Show the conjecture is false by finding a counterexample.
    If the product of two numbers is positive, then the two numbers must both be positive.

    Maths-General

    Solution:-
    We have given a statement If the product of two numbers is positive, then the two numbers must both be positive.

    If we consider two positive numbers 7 and 9

    Then , their product, 7 x 9 = 63

    Hence, the statement is correct for positive integers

    Suppose we take two negative integers - 7 and - 9

    Then, their product, - 7 x - 9 = 63

    So,The product of any two positive numbers is positive, and the product of any two negative numbers is also positive.
    Therefore, the given statement is false.

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