SFR Lesson Notes The Winston Churchill School

Geometry

1 The crosssection of a triangular prism is shown. The depth of the prism is 0.5m and it has a mass of 5000g. 4cm

What is the density of the prism?

5cm

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2 A ball is catapulted from the ground at an angle of 40o towards a wall. It hits the wall at 22m from the ground after 1 minute. How fast does the ball travel? Give your answer in metres per second (m/s)

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3

A sphere has a density of 6g/m3 The crosssection of the sphere is shown. What is the mass of the object?

12cm

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4 5cm

An ice cream cone holds 300cm3 of ice cream. Find the height of the cone.

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2

5

Two metals are compared.

Aluminum

Nickel

Density of 8800 kg/m3

Density of 2700 kg/m3

They both have a mass of 20kg. Find the difference in their volumes Jan 607:48

6

Mrs French and Miss Bartlett have a bicycle race. Mrs French is 3 times faster than Miss Bartlett. If their combined time to race 300 metres is 40 minutes, how fast does Mrs French travel?

Jan 607:52

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Higher Applying Compound Measure

SFR Lesson Notes The Winston Churchill School The crosssection of a triangular prism is shown. The depth of the prism is 0.5m and it has a...

Higher Applying Compound Measure

Published on Jan 22, 2012

SFR Lesson Notes The Winston Churchill School The crosssection of a triangular prism is shown. The depth of the prism is 0.5m and it has a...

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