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)

Jan 6­07:42

1

3

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

12cm

Jan 6­07:44

4 5cm

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

Jan 6­07:47

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

3

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

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...