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a pipe of thickness 5mm has an external diameter of 25 cm.find volume of material used to make pipe of length 4m
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Electronic devices
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how many 2litre containers does it take to fill a 10litre container?
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The curved surface area of a cylindrical container is 1980cm2 if the radius of the container is 21cm calculate to one decimal place the capacity of container in litres
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From a reservoir, water flows through a cylindrical pipe of diameter 0.2m at a rate of 0.35m per second.
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An artisan has 63Kg of metal of density 7000Kg/m3. He intends to use it to make a rectangular pipe with external dimension 12 cm by 15 cm and internal dimension 10 cm by 12 cm. calculate the length of the pipe in metres.
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A rectangular sheet of metal which measures 120cm by 0.8m is 1.5mm thick and is made of material whose density is 2.2 g/cm3. From each of the four corners of the rectangle, a square of side 10cm is cut off and the remaining part folded to form an open cuboid.
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A cylindrical metal bar of diameter 14cm and length 2m is melted and moulded into spherical balls. In the process, 5% by volume of metal is lost and what remains makes balls of radius 3.5cm.
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Water flows through a cylindrical pipe of diameter 4.2cm at a speed of 50m/minute. Calculate the volume of water delivered by pipe per minute in litres.
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