10 Questions
| Total Attempts: 80

Questions and Answers

- 1.A rectangle has area 5cm
^{2}The length and width of this rectangle have been doubled. What is the area of the enlarged rectangle: ................cm^{2} - 2.The shape has an area of 15cm
^{2}. What is the area of a similar shape whose lengths are three times the corresponding lengths of the first shape? ...............cm^{2} - 3.A toy brick has a surface area of 14 cm
^{2}. What would be the surface area of a similar toy brick whose lengths are? a) twice the corresponding lengths of the first brick? [Blank] cm^{2}b) three times the corresponding lengths of the first brick? [Blank] cm^{2} - 4.Brick has a volume of 300 cm3. What would be the volume of a similar brick whose lengths are a) twice the corresponding lengths of the first brick? [Blank] cm3 b) three times the corresponding lengths of the first brick? [Blank] cm3
- 5.A can of paint, 6 cm high, holds half a liter of paint. How much paint would go into a similar can which is 12 cm high? .................litres
- 6.It takes 1 liter of paint to fill a can of height 10 cm. How much paint does it take to fill a similar can of height 45 cm? .....................litres
- 7.It takes 2 liters of paint to fill a can of height 12 cm. How much paint does it take to fill a similar can whose dimensions are 1.5 times the corresponding dimensions of the first can? ............................litres
- 8.A model statue is 10 cm high and has a volume of 100 cm3. The real statue is 2.4 m high. What is the volume of the real statue? Give your answer, to 2 decimal places, in m3.
- 9.A triangle has its base measuring 3 cm. Its area is 6 cm
^{2}. ow long are the base of a similar triangle that has an area of 24 cm^{2}? - 10.Two similar bottles are 21 cm and 14 cm high. The smaller bottle holds 850 ml. Find the capacity of the larger one. Give your answers in litres, to 2 decimal places: ..............litres.