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A.1.1. When the first of two numbers is added to twice the second the result is 21, but the

second number is added to twice the first result is 18. Find the two numbers.

A.1.2. If the numerator and denominator of a certain fraction are both increased by 3, the

resulting fraction equals 2/3. If, however, the numerator and denominator are both

decreased by 2, the resulting fraction equals . Determine the fraction.

A.1.3. Twice the sum of two numbers exceeds three times their difference by 8, while half

the sum is one more than the difference. What are the numbers?

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A.1.4. If three times the larger of two numbers is divided by the smaller, the quotient is 6

and the remainder is 6. If five times the smaller is divided by the larger, the quotient is 2

and the remainder is 3. Find the numbers.

A.1.5 Six years ago Bob was four times as old as Mary. In four years he will be twice as old

as Mary. How old are they now?

A.1.6. A is eleven times as old as B. In a certain number of years A will be five times as old

as B, and five years after that he will be three times as old as B. How old are they now?

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A.1.7. Three times the tens digit of a certain two digit number is two more than four times

the units digit. The difference between the given number and the number obtained by

reversing the digits is two less than twice the sum of the digits. Find the number.

A.1.8. When a certain two digit number is divided by the number obtained by reversing the

digits, the quotient is 2 and the remainder is 7. If the number is divided by the sum of its

digits, the quotient is 7 and the remainder 6. Find the number.

A.1.9. Two pounds of coffee and 3 lb. of butter cost $4.20. A month later the price of coffee

advanced 10% and that of butter 20%, making the total cost of a similar order $4.86.

Determine the original cost of a pound of each.

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A.1.10. If 3 gallons of Grade A oil are mixed with 7 gal of Grade B oil the resulting mixture

is worth 43 /gal. However, if 3 gal of Grade A oil are mixed with 2 gal of Grade B oil the

resulting mixture is worth 46 /gal. Find the price per gallon of each grade.

A.1.11. An investor has $116 annual income from bonds bearing 3% and 5% interest. Then

he buys 25% more of the 3% bonds and 40% more of the 5% bonds, thereby increasing his

annual income by $41. Find his initial investment in each type of bond.

A.1.12. Tank A contains 32 gallons of solution which is 25% alcohol by volume. Tank B has

50 gal of solution which is 40% alcohol by volume. What volume should be taken from each

tank and combined in order to make up 40 gal of solution containing 30% alcohol by

volume?

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A.1.13. Tank A holds 40 gal of a salt solution containing 80 lb. of dissolved salt. Tank B has

120 gal of solution containing 60 lb. of dissolved salt. What volume should be taken from

each tank and combined in order to make up 30 gal of solution having a salt concentration

of 1.5 lb./gal?

A.1.14. A given alloy contains 10% zinc and 20% copper. How many pounds of zinc and of

copper must be melted with 1000 lb. of the given alloy to produce another alloy analyzing

20% zinc and 24% copper? All percents are by weight.

A.1.15. An alloy weighing 600 lb. is composed of 100 lb. copper and 50 lb. tin. Another

alloy weighing 1000 lb. is composed of 300 lb. copper and 150 lb. tin. What weights of

copper and tin must be melted with the two given alloys to produce a third alloy anlayzing

32% copper and 28% tin. All percents are by weight.

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A.1.16. Determine the speed of a motor boat in still water and the speed of the river

current, if it takes 3 hr. to travel a distance of 45 mi upstream and 2 hr. to travel 50 mi

downstream.

A.1.17. When two cars race around a circular mile track starting from the same place and

at the same instant, they pass each every 18 seconds when travelling in opposite directions

and every 90 seconds when travelling in the same direction. Find their speeds in mi/hr.?

A.1.18. A passenger on the front of train A observes that he passes the complete length of

train B in 33 seconds when travelling in the same direction as B and in 3 seconds when

travelling in the opposite direction. If B is 330 ft. long, find the speeds of the two trains.

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A.1.19. The first of three numbers exceeds the second by one less than the third. The sum

of the second and third numbers is one more than the first. If the second is subtracted from

the sum of the first and third numbers the result is 5. Determine the numbers.

A.1.20. When a certain three digit number is divided by the number with digits reversed, the

quotient is 2 and the remainder 25. The tens digit is one less than twice the sum of the

hundreds digit and units digit, If the units digit is subtracted from the tens digit, the result is

twice the hundreds digit. Find the number.

A.1.21. The square of a certain number exceeds twice the square of another number by 16.

Find the numbers if the sum of their squares is 208.

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A.1.22. The diagonal of a rectangle is 85 ft. If the short side is increased by 11 ft. and the

long side decreased by 7 ft., the length of the diagonal remains the same. Find the

dimensions of the original rectangle.

A.1.23. If 8 men take 12 days to assemble 16 machines, how many days will it take 15 men

to assemble 50 machines?

A.1.24. The distance covered by an object falling freely from the rest varies directly as the

square of the time of falling. If an object falls 144 ft. in 3 sec., how far will it fall in 10 sec.?

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A.1.25. The force of wind on a sail varies jointly as the area of the sail and the square of

the wind velocity. On a square foot of sail the force is 1 lb. when the wind velocity is 15

mi/hr. Find the force of a 45 mi/hr. wind on a sail of area 20 square yards.

A.1.26. If 2 men can plow 6 acres of land in 4 hours, how many men are needed to plow 18

acres in 8 hours?

A.1.27. Three numbers are in the ratio of 2:5:7. If 7 is subtracted from the second, the

resulting numbers form an A.P. Determine the original numbers.

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A.1.28. Compute the sum of all integers between 100 and 800 that is divisible by 3.

A.1.29. A freely falling body, starting from rest, falls 16 ft. during the first second, 48 ft.

during the second, second, 80 ft. during the third second, etc. Calculate the distance it falls

during the fifteenth second and the total distance it falls in 15 seconds from rest.

A.1.30. In a potato race, 8 potatoes are placed 6 ft. apart on a straight line, the first being 6

ft. from the basket. A contestants starts from the basket and puts one potato at a time into

the basket. Find the total distance he must run in order to finish the race.

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A.1.31. The first term of a G.P. is 375 and the fourth term is 192. Find the common ratio

and the sum of the first four terms.

A.1.32. In a geometric progression consisting of four terms in which the ratio is positive, the

sum of the first two terms is 8 and the sum of the last two terms is 72. Find the progression.

A.1.33. From a tank filled with 240 gallons of alcohol, 60 gallons are drawn off and the tank

is filled up with water. Then 60 gallons of the mixture are removed and replaced with water,

etc. How many gallons of alcohol remain in the tank after 5 drawings of 60 gallons each are

made?

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A.1.34. A sum of $400 is invested today at 6% per year. To what amount will it accumulate

in five years if interest is compounded a) annually, b) semi-annually, c) quarterly?

A.1.35. A man borrows $400 for 2 years at a simple interest rate of 3%. Find the amount

required to repay the loan at the end of 2 years.

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A.1.37. A man wishes to borrow $200. He goes to the bank where he is told that the

interest rate is 5% interest payable in advance, and that the $200 id to be paid back at the

end of one year. What interest rate is he actually paying?

A.1.38. A man wants to receive $800 immediately and pay it back in 1 year. The bank

charges a simple discount of 6% payable at once. How much must he borrow?

A.1.39. What will $500 deposited in a bank amount to in 2 years if interest is compound

semi-annually at 2%?

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A.1.40. A man expects to receive $2000 in 10 years. How much is that money worth now

considering interest at 6% compounded quarterly? What is the discount?

A.1.41. Determine the present value of an annuity of $100 per year at the end of each year

for 5 years at 3% compound annually.

A.1.42. What equal amount must a person invest at the end of each year in order to have

$20, 000 in 20 years if interest is 3% compounded annually?

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by equal payments made at the end of each year, the interest rate being 5% compounded

annually. What annual payments must be made? What is the total interest paid?

A.1.44. Determine the amount and present value of an annuity in which n payments of R

dollars are made at the beginning of each payment period at an interest rate of i per

payment period.

A.1.45. A student has a choice of 5 foreign languages and 4 sciences. In how many ways

can he choose 1 language and 1 science?

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A.1.46. In how many ways can 5 letters be mailed if there are 3 mailboxes available?

A.1.48. Twelve different pictures are available, of which 4 are to be hung in a row. In how

many ways can this be done?

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A.1.49. In how many orders can 7 different pictures be hung in a row so that 1 specified

picture is a) at the center, b) at either end?

A.1.50. In how many ways can n men be seated in a row so that 2 particular men will not

be next to each other?

A.1.51. Determine the number of different words of 5 letters each that can be formed with

the letters of the word chromate a) if each letter is not used not more than once, b) if each

letter may be repeated in any arrangement. (These words need not have meaning.)

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A.1.52. How many 4-digit numbers may be formed with the 10 digits 0, 1, 2, 3, . . . , 9 if

each digit is used only once in each number? How many of these numbers are odd?

A.1.53. How many numbers between 3000 and 5000 can be formed by using the 7 digits 0,

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 if each digit must not be repeated in any number?

A.1.54. How many signals can be made with 5 different flags by raising them any number

at a time?

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A.1.55. a) How many arrangements can be made from the letters of the word cooperator

when all are taken at a time? How many of such arrangements, b) have the three os

together, c) begin with the two rs?

A.1.56. a) In how many ways can 5 persons be seated at a round table? b) In how many

ways can 8 persons be seated at a round table if 2 particular persons must always sit

together?

A.1.57. By stringing together 9 differently colored beads, how many different bracelets can

be made?

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A.1.59. Determine the number of different triangles which can be formed by joining the six

vertices of a hexagon, the vertices of each triangle being on the hexagon.

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A.1.61. There are 10 points in a plane. No three of these are in a straight line, except 4

points which are all in the same straight line. How many straight lines can be formed by

joining the 10 points?

A.1.62. An organization has 25 members, 4 of whom are doctors. In how many ways can a

committee of 3 members be selected so as to include at least 1 doctor?

A.1.63. Given 8 consonants and 4 vowels, how many 5-letter words can be performed,

each word consisting of 3 different consonants and 2 different vowels?

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A.1.64. A has 3 maps and B has 9 maps. Determine the number of ways in which they can

exchange maps if each keeps his initial number of maps.

A.1.65. In how many ways can a person choose 1 or more of 4 electrical appliances?

A.1.66. In how many ways can 2 or more ties be selected out of 8 ties?

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A.1.67. One ball is drawn at random from a box containing 3 red balls, 2 white balls, and 4

blue balls. Determine the probability p that it is a) red, b) not red, c) white, d) red or blue.

A.1.68. Determine the probability of throwing a total of 8 in a single throw with two dice,

each of whose faces are numbered from 1 to 6.

A.1.69. The probability of As winning a game of chess against B is 1/3. What is the

probability that A will win at least 1 of a total of 3 games?

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A.1.70. The odds are 23 to 2 against a person winning a $500 prize. What is his

mathematical expectation?

A.1.71. A bag contains 6 red, 4 white and 8 blue balls. If 3 balls are drawn at random,

determine the probability p that all 3 are red.

A.1.72. A bag contains 6 red, 4 white and 8 blue balls. If 3 balls are drawn at random,

determine the probability p that all 3 are blue.

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A.1.73. A bag contains 6 red, 4 white and 8 blue balls. If 3 balls are drawn at random,

determine the probability p that 2 are white and 1 is red.

A.1.74. A bag contains 6 red, 4 white and 8 blue balls. If 3 balls are drawn at random,

determine the probability p that at least 1 is red.

A.1.75. A bag contains 6 red, 4 white and 8 blue balls. If 3 balls are drawn at random,

determine the probability p that 1 of each color is drawn.

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A.1.76. A bag contains 6 red, 4 white and 8 blue balls. If 3 balls are drawn at random,

determine the probability p that the balls are drawn in the order red, white, and blue.

A.1.77. A box contains 7 tickets, numbered from 1 to 7 inclusive. If 3 tickets are drawn from

the box, one at a time, determine the probability that they are alternately either odd, even,

odd or even, odd, even.

A.1.78. The probability that a certain man will be alive 25 years hence 3/7, and the

probability that his wife will be alive 25 years hence 4/5. Determine the probability that, 25

years hence, both will be alive.

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A.1.79. The probability that a certain man will be alive 25 years hence 3/7, and the

probability that his wife will be alive 25 years hence 4/5. Determine the probability that, 25

years hence, at least one of them will be alive.

A.1.80. The probability that a certain man will be alive 25 years hence 3/7, and the

probability that his wife will be alive 25 years hence 4/5. Determine the probability that, 25

years hence, only the man will be alive.

A.1.81.One purse contains 5 dimes and 2 quarters, and a second purse contains 1 dime

and 3 quarters. If a coin is taken from one of the two purses at random, what is the

probability that it is a quarter?

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chemistry books, are placed on a shelf at random. What is the probability p that the books

of each kind are all together?

A.1.83. One purse contains 6 copper coins and 1 silver coin; a second purse contains 4

copper coins. Five coins are drawn from the first purse into the second, and then 2 coins

are drawn from the second and put into the first. Determine the probability that the silver

coin is in a) the second purse, b) the first purse.

A.1.84. What is the probability of getting a 9 exactly once in 3 throws with a pair of dice?

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T.2.1. From a boat sailing due north at 16.5 mph, a wrecked ship K and an observation

tower T are o served in a line due east. ne hour later the wrec ed ship and the tower

have earings 34 40 . Find the distance etween the wrec ed ship and the tower.

T.2.2. From a boat sailing due north at 16.5 mph, a wrecked ship K and an observation

tower T are o served in a line due east. ne hour later the wrec ed ship and the tower

have earings 34 40 . Find the distance etween the oat and the wrec ed ship.

T.2.3. From a boat sailing due north at 16.5 mph, a wrecked ship K and an observation

tower T are o served in a line due east. ne hour later the wrec ed ship and the tower

have earings 34 40 . Find the distance etween the oat and the tower.

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T.2.4. A ship sailing due east when a light is o served earing N 62 10 . After the ship

has travelled 2250 ft., the light ears B 48 25 . Find the distance original position of ship

to the light.

T.2.5. A ship sailing due east when a light is o served earing N 62 10 . After the ship

has travelled 2250 ft., the light ears B 48 25 . Find the distance of ship (after ship

travelled 220 ft.) to the light.

T.2.6. A ship sailing due east when a light is o served earing N 62 10 . After the ship

has travelled 2250 ft., the light ears B 48 25 . If the course is continued, how close will

the ship approach the light?

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T.2.7. An airplane is moving horizontally at 240 mph when a bullet is shot with speed 2750

ft./sec at right angles to the path of the airplane. Find the resultant speed of the bullet.

T.2.8. An airplane is moving horizontally at 240 mph when a bullet is shot with speed 2750

ft./sec at right angles to the path of the airplane. Find the direction of the bullet.

T.2.9. A block weighing W = 500 l . rests on a ramp inclined 29 with the horizontal. Find

the force tending to move the block down the ramp and the force of the block on the ramp.

Neglect the friction.

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T.2.10. A block weighing W = 500 l . rests on a ramp inclined 29 with the horizontal. What

minimum force must be applied to keep the block from sliding down the rump? Neglect the

friction.

T.2.11. There is a wind of 35 mph from 320 . In order that the ground speed and trac

250 mph and 50 respectively, find the airspeed.

T.2.12. There is a wind of 35 mph from 320 . In order that the ground speed and trac

250 mph and 50 respectively, find the heading.

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T.2.13. A and B are two points on opposite banks of a river. From A a line AC =275 ft. is

laid off and the angles CAB = 125 40 and ACB = 48 50are measured. Find the length AB.

T.2.14. A and B are two points on opposite banks of a river. From A a line AC =275 ft. is

laid off and the angles CAB = 125 40 and ACB = 48 50 are measured. Find the length BC.

T.2.15. A tower 125 ft. high is on a cliff on the bank of a river. From the top of the tower the

angle of depression of a point on the opposite shore is 28 40 and from the ase of the

tower the angle of depression of the same point is 18 20. Find the width of the river.

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T.2.16. A tower 125 ft. high is on a cliff on the bank of a river. From the top of the tower the

angle of depression of a point on the opposite shore is 28 40 and from the ase of the

tower the angle of depression of the same point is 18 20. Find the height of the cliff.

T.2.17. A triangular field has 2025.0, 2450.0, and 1575.0 ft. respectively, as shown in the

adjoining figure. If the bearing AB is 35 30.4 , find the interior angle etween sides

1575 ft. and 2025 ft.

T.2.18. A triangular field has 2025.0, 2450.0, and 1575.0 ft. respectively, as shown in the

adjoining figure. If the bearing AB is 35 30.4 , find the interior angle between sides

1575 ft. and 2450 ft.

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T.2.19. A triangular field has 2025.0, 2450.0, and 1575.0 ft. respectively, as shown in the

adjoining figure. If the bearing AB is 35 30.4 , find the interior angle etween sides

2025 ft. and 2450 ft.

T.2.20. A triangular field has 2025.0, 2450.0, and 1575.0 ft. respectively, as shown in the

adjoining figure. If the bearing AB is 35 30.4 , find the earing of line 1575 ft. :

T.2.21. A triangular field has 2025.0, 2450.0, and 1575.0 ft. respectively, as shown in the

adjoining figure. If the bearing AB is 35 30.4 , find the earing of line 2450 ft.

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T.2.25. Solve the right spherical triangle ABC, given a= 46 12.3, c = 75 48.6. Find angle A.

T.2.26. Solve the right spherical triangle ABC, given a= 46 12.3, c = 75 48.6. Find side b.

T.2.27. Solve the right spherical triangle ABC, given a= 46 12.3, c = 75 48.6. Find angle B.

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T.2.28. Find the initial course for the great circle trac from Chicago (lat. 41 50.0 N, long.

87 31.7 W) which crosses the equator at M (long. 170 15.0 ).

T.2.29. Find the course on arrival for the great circle trac from Chicago (lat. 41 50.0 N,

long. 87 31.7 W) which crosses the equator at M (long. 170 15.0 ).

T.2.30. For the great circle trac from Chicago (lat. 41 50.0 N, long. 87 31.7 W) which

crosses the equator at M (long. 170 15.0 ). Find the distance of M from Chicago.

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T.2.31. Find the distance in travelling from Honolulu (lat. 21 18.3 N, long. 157 52.3 W) to

an Francisco (lat. 37 47.5 N, long. 122 25.7 W).

T.2.32. Find the initial course in travelling from Honolulu (lat. 21 18.3 N, long. 157 52.3 W)

to an Francisco (lat. 37 47.5 N, long. 122 25.7 W).

T.2.33. Find the course on arrival in travelling from Honolulu (lat. 21 18.3 N, long.

157 52.3 W) to an Francisco (lat. 37 47.5 N, long. 122 25.7 W).

T.2.25. Solve the right spherical triangle ABC, given a= 46 12.3, c = 75 48.6. Find angle A.

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T.2.26. Solve the right spherical triangle ABC, given a= 46 12.3, c = 75 48.6. Find side b.

T.2.27. Solve the right spherical triangle ABC, given a= 46 12.3, c = 75 48.6. Find angle B.

T.2.28. Find the initial course for the great circle trac from Chicago (lat. 41 50.0 N, long.

87 31.7 W) which crosses the equator at M (long. 170 15.0 ).

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T.2.29. Find the course on arrival for the great circle trac from Chicago (lat. 41 50.0 N,

long. 87 31.7 W) which crosses the equator at M (long. 170 15.0 ).

T.2.30. For the great circle trac from Chicago (lat. 41 50.0 N, long. 87 31.7 W) which

crosses the equator at M (long. 170 15.0 ). Find the distance of M from Chicago.

T.2.31. Find the distance in travelling from Honolulu (lat. 21 18.3 N, long. 157 52.3 W) to

an Francisco (lat. 37 47.5 N, long. 122 25.7 W).

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T.2.32. Find the initial course in travelling from Honolulu (lat. 21 18.3 N, long. 157 52.3 W)

to San Francisco (lat. 37 47.5 N, long. 122 25.7 W).

T.2.33. Find the course on arrival in travelling from Honolulu (lat. 21 18.3 N, long.

157 52.3 W) to an Francisco (lat. 37 47.5 N, long. 122 25.7 W).

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SM.3.1. A hollow glass bowl in the shape of a sphere of radius 100 mm is filled with liquid

to a depth of 76 mm. Determine the volume of water in the bowl. If water flows out through

a small hole in the bottom so that the level drops 50 mm, how much water has escaped

from the bowl?

SM.3.2. Hemispherical bowl was filled to a depth of 150 mm. with mixtures compounded

from equal parts of two liquids one white, the other red. After standing for a short period the

mixture was separated, the red liquid settling below the white. If the thickness of segment

white is 50 mm. find the volume of liquid in the bowl.

SM.3.3. A cylinder tank 1.0 m in diameter, 3.0 m long is filled with gasoline to a depth of

0.70 m. How many litres of gasoline does it contain?

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SM.3.4.A rubber ball 260 mm in diameter is floating a tank of water. If the ball sink to a

depth of 100 mm. find the area of wetted surface.

Naturally some of the water overflowed. Then the ball is removed and it was found out that

the surface had dropped 80 mm below the top. The lower base is a rectangle 150 130

mm and the upper base is rectangle 360 280 mm with the some arrangement that the

longer diversions are laid on the same side. The height of the frustum is 300 mm, Find the

volume of water left in the vessel.

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of same diameter and 1.50 m in height. If the buoy sinks to a depth of 0.90 m find the

weight of the buoy if density of water is 1000kg/m.

SM.3.7. The figure shows two conical tank having square bases, joined by a pipe at their

bases. If the pipe valve is opened, what will be the depth of water when it is at equal depth

in each tank?

SM.3.8. Find the distance from the vertex to the centre of gravity of a tetrahedron whose

edge is 2.50 m.

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SM.3.9. A solid has circular section as the base of radius 1.20 m. Find the volume of the

solid if every plane section perpendicular to a fixed diameter is an equilateral triangle.

SM.3.10. Two cuts are made on a circular log of radius 0.80 m. The first perpendicular to

the axis and the second inclined at an angle of 60 with the first. If the two cuts meet on the

line through the centre, find the volume of the wood cut out.

SM.3.11. Find the volume of the block of earth shown. Upper base is a right triangle. The

lower ase is a rectangle. All faces at A and B are right angles. AB = 18 edges BC and AD

are parallel and all faces are plane.

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