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Material Taken From: Mathematics for the international student Mathematical Studies SL Mal Coad , Glen Whiffen , John Owen, Robert Haese , Sandra Haese and Mark Bruce Haese and Haese Publications, 2004. Chapter 11 – Section F – Volume. Volume U nits. 1cm 3. = 1cm × 1cm × 1cm.

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Volume u nits

Material Taken From:Mathematicsfor the international student Mathematical Studies SLMal Coad, Glen Whiffen, John Owen, Robert Haese, Sandra Haese and Mark BruceHaese and Haese Publications, 2004


Volume u nits

Chapter 11 – Section F – Volume

VolumeUnits

1cm3

= 1cm × 1cm × 1cm

= 10 mm × 10 mm × 10 mm

= 1000 mm3


Units of volume

Units of Volume

Move the decimal 3 times as far.


Convert

Convert:

300 000 cm3 to m3

25 000 mm3 to cm3

- Volume formulae found on page 380 -


3 calculate the volume

3) Calculate the volume


Find the volume of the following

Find the volume of the following:

4)

5)


6 calculate the volumes

6) Calculate the volumes


Volume u nits

7) A box has a square base and its height is 12 cm. If the volume of the box is 867 cm3, find its length.


8 find r if a cylinder has base radius r cm height 3 9 cm and has a volume of 54 03 cm 3

8) Find r if a cylinder has base radius r cm, height 3.9 cm and has a volume of 54.03 cm3.


Convert1

Chapter 11 – Section G – Capacity

Convert:

1) 0.38 L to mL

2) 36 800 L to kL


Units of capacity

  • The capacity of a container is the quantity of fluid (liquid or gas) that it may contain.

Units of Capacity


Convert2

Convert:

3) 5.6 L to cm3

4) 3240 L to m3


5 how many kl of water would a 3 m by 2 4 m by 1 8 m tank hold when full

5) How many kL of water would a 3 mby 2.4 m by 1.8 m tank hold when full?


Homework

Homework

  • 11E.2, pg376

    • #1cdf, 6

  • 11F.1, pg379

    • #1ace

  • 11F.2, pg381

    • #1bdgi, 2bei, 5, 12ace

  • 11G, pg385

    • #1ace, 3ace, 5a


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