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Would it possible for the first water tank to hold all the water from the other 19 tanks? Motivate your answer. Two boxes, $\mathrm{P}$ and $\mathbf{Q}$, resting on a rough horizontal surface, are connected by a light inextensible string. The boxes have masses $5 \mathrm{~kg}$ and $2 \mathrm{~kg}$ respectively. Is there an object that has curved surfaces here?
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Calculate:  a. Surface area of the cube
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The lid perfectly fits the box when closing, its width is 21.54 cm. Show how this is calculated using Pythagoras theorem. How much fabric will Mrs Mpanza need (in m^2) to cover the sides and base on the inside (but not the lid) of a rectangular laundry basket? Calculate the surface area of the container. Use the formula SA=2 (ℓ× b + ℓ × h + b × h)
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How many kilolitres of water this tank will hold when it is full?
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Calculate the surface area of the front (the shaded area) of the storehouse.
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asked Apr 24, 2020 in Mathematics by Joshua Mwanza Diamond (51,950 points) | 192 views
A pyramid with a square base with a side length of 16cm is sketched below. P lies on the square base directly below A. The volume of the pyramid is $64 cm^3$
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