Trivia Questions On Linear, Area And Volume Scale Factor! Quiz
10 Questions |
By Ddouis14 | Last updated: Apr 9, 2020
| Total Attempts: 80
How good are you when it comes to mathematics? Can you comfortably say that you can answer any trivia questions on linear, area, and volume scale factor with ease? To help see how true your assumption is, we have prepared this quick quiz. Read the question as many times as you need before you work out the solution. Good luck!
A rectangle has area 5cm2
The length and width of this rectangle have been doubled.
What is the area of the enlarged rectangle: ................cm2
The shape has an area of 15cm2.
What is the area of a similar shape whose lengths are three times
the corresponding lengths of the first shape?
A toy brick has a surface area of 14 cm2. What would be the surface area of a similar toy brick
whose lengths are?
a) twice the corresponding lengths of the first brick? [Blank] cm2
b) three times the corresponding lengths of the first brick? [Blank] cm2
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
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?
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?
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
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.
A triangle has its base measuring 3 cm. Its area is 6 cm2.
ow long are the base of a similar triangle that has an area of 24 cm2?
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.