Study Quiz
Study Quiz
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 1 What is the volume of the box shown? (3.0K) A) 21 cm3 B) 138 cm3 C) 276 cm3 D) 280 cm3 2 What is the volume of the right triangular prism shown? (3.0K) A) 20 m3 B) 144 m3 C) 200 m3 D) 288 m3 3 A cube has a side length of 5 mm. What is the volume of the cube? A) 15 mm3 B) 25 mm3 C) 125 mm3 D) 150 mm3 4 A right cylinder has a radius of 3 cm and a height of 10 cm. What is the volume of the cylinder? A) 287 cm3 B) 245 cm3 C) 94 cm3 D) 28 cm3 5 A fish tank is in the shape of a cube measuring 60 cm on a side, with one corner cut out as shown. How much water will the tank hold? (9.0K) A) 216 000 cm 3 B) 213 000 cm 3 C) 21 600 cm 3 D) 180 cm 3 6 A cylindrical silo has a base of area 80 m 2. It can hold 1600 m 3 of grain. What is the height of the silo? A) 128 000 m B) 40 m C) 20 m D) 10 m 7 A can of condensed soup has a diameter of 10 cm and a height of 12 cm. To make the soup, a can of water of the same volume must be added. What volume of soup can be made? (46.0K) A) 1885 cm 3 B) 942 cm 3 C) 471 cm 3 D) 236 cm 3 8 A log is machined into a rectangular prism measuring 30 cm by 30 cm by 3 m. A cylindrical hole of diameter 6 cm is bored along its length to act as a conduit for wiring. What is the volume of the wood remaining? A) 0.270 m 3 B) 0.262 m 3 C) 0.135 m 3 D) 0.131 m 3 9 Recall that 1 L = 1000 cm3. Nelida made 50 L of apple cider, and canned it using cylindrical cans with a radius of 4 cm and a height of 12 cm. How many cans will she need? A) 48 B) 50 C) 83 D) 603 10 Nelida will pack 24 cans of her apple cider into a box in a 4 by 6 pattern. What is the minimum volume of the box required? A) 18 432 cm 3 B) 9216 cm 3 C) 2304 cm 3 D) 1536 cm 3

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