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2012 SST Similar Solids

2012 SST Similar Solids

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2012_SST_Similar Solids.doc
preparedbyNJS(2012)
1
SchoolofScienceandTechnology,Singapore
Mathematics DepartmentSecondary Two 2012
Name:IndexNo:
 
Class : Sec
2-
Unit:
Similar Solids Type : Assignment 1 Date: _______ 
 
Similar Solids: Assignment 1
 
Instructions:
 Answer the whole of the following questions on foolscap papers.
Please indicate your name, class and Question numbers explicitly.Leave 2 spaces after every question and underline your answers.
Tier A
1.
 
ThreecylindricalcontainersA,BandCarefilledwithwater.Theweightofcontainer640g.(a)
 
ContainerBisgeometricallysimilartocontainerA.GiventhatcontainerBweighs270g,findtheratioofthesurfaceareaofcontainerAtothatofcontainerB.(b)
 
ContainerChasthesameheightascontainerAbutitsbaseareais5timesthatofcontainerA.FindtheweightofthecontainerC.(Anskeys:1(a)16:9,(b)3200g)2.
 
Twobucketsaregeometricallysimilar.Theratiooftheirbaseareasis4:9.Bothbucketsarefilledwithwater.Findthemassofwaterinthelargerbucketgiventhatthemassofwaterinthesmallerbucketis16kg.(Anskeys:54)3.
 
DuringtheSSTHomecomingfunfair,class211wassellinganisotonicdrinkcalledSSTVivatoraisefunds.SSTVivaissoldinbottlesoftwosizes.Thebottlesaregeometricallysimilartoeachother.Theheightsofthelargerbottleandthesmallerbottleare20cmand15cmrespectively.(a)
 
IfthesurfaceareaofthelargerbottleisAcm
2
,expressthesurfaceareaincm
2
ofthesmallerbottleintermsofA.(b)
 
Thecapacityofthesmallerbottleis270ml.Calculatethecapacityofthelargerbottle.
 
2012_SST_Similar Solids.doc
preparedbyNJS(2012)
2
 
SchoolofScienceandTechnology,Singapore
Mathematics DepartmentSecondary Two 2012
Name:IndexNo:
Class : Sec
2-
Unit:
Similar Solids Type : Assignment 2 Date: _______ 
 
Indices: Assignment 2
Instructions:
 Answer the whole of the following questions on foolscap papers.
Please indicate your name, class and Question numbers explicitly.Leave 2 spaces after every question and underline your answers.
Tier B
1.Thediagramshowsastandintheshapeofafrustum,whichiscutfromarightcircularconeofheight
h
cm.It 
has2circularbasesofradius60cmand100cmrespectively.Giventhattheheightofthestandis80cm,(a)showthatthevalueof
h
is200.[1]Hence,find(b)thevolumeofthestand,[3](c)thecurvedsurfaceareaofthestand.[4](Curvedsurfaceareaofacone=
π
×
radius
×
slantheight.)
 
(Anskeys:1(b)1640000,(c)44958.8
45000cm
2
)

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