## SS2: MATHEMATICS – 1ST TERM

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##### 1. Question

A pyramid has a rectangular base with dimensions 12m by 8m, If its height is 14cm, Calculate the volume

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##### 2. Question

The slant height of a cone is 5cm and the radius of its base is 3cm. Find, correct to the nearest whole number the volume of the cone. (take π= 22/7)

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The volume of a cube is 512cm

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##### 4. Question

The capacity of a water tank is 1,800. If the tank is in the form of a cuboid with a base 600cm by 150cm, Find the height of the tank.

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##### 5. Question

A bucket holds 10 liters of water. How many buckets of water will fill a reservoir of size 8m×7m×5m. (1 liter = 1000cm3), (Waec 2009)

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##### 6. Question

The radii of the base of two cylindrical tins, P and Q are r and 2r respectively. If the water level in P is 10cm height. What would be the height of the same quantity of water in Q?

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##### 7. Question

The volume of a cone of height 3cm is 38½cm

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##### 8. Question

The dimensions of a rectangular tank are 2m by 7m by 11m. If its volume is equal to that of a cylindrical tank of height 4m, calculate the base radius of the cylindrical tank. (take π=22/7)

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##### 9. Question

An empty rectangular tank is 250cm long and 120cm wide. If 180 litres of water is poured into the tank, calculate the height of the water.

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##### 10. Question

The area of a rhombus is 110cm². If the diagonals are 20cm and (2x+1)cm long. Find the value of x

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##### 11. Question

The curved surface area of a cylinder 5cm height is 110cm². Find the radius of its base. (take π=22/7)

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##### 12. Question

The volume of a pyramid with height 15cm is 90cm³. If its base is a rectangle with dimensions xcm by 6cm, Find the value of x.

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##### 13. Question

The cylindrical container has a base radius of 14cm and height 18cm. How many liters, correct to the nearest liter, of liquid can it hold? (take π=22/7)

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The cross-section of a uniform prism is right-angled triangle with sides 3cm, 4cm, and 5cm. If its length is 10cm, calculate the total surface area.

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##### 15. Question

The height of cylinder is equal to its radius. If the volume is 0.2167πm³, calculate the radius.

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##### 16. Question

A sphere of radius rcm has the same volume as a cylinder of radius 3cm and height 4cm. Find the value of r.

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##### 17. Question

Find the volume of a solid cylinder with base radius 10cm and height 14cm (take π= 22/7)

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##### 18. Question

The volume of a cylinder is 1200cm³ and the area of its base is 150cm³. Find the height of the cylinder.

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##### 19. Question

The diagram shows a rectangular cardboard from which a semicircle is cut off.

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