# Year 9 Measurement

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• 1.

### Area =

• A.

65 square m

• B.

62.3 square cm

• C.

63 square m

• D.

62.3 square m

C. 63 square m
Explanation
The correct answer is 63 square m. This is because it is the only option that matches the given area of 65 square m. The other options, 62.3 square cm and 62.3 square m, do not match the given area.

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• 2.

### Find the area of the following trapezium

• A.

8.6 square metres

• B.

12.32 square metres

• C.

8.4 square metres

• D.

32.032 metres square

C. 8.4 square metres
• 3.

### Find the Volume of the following prism

• A.

12 cms

• B.

48 square cms

• C.

12 cubic cms

• D.

48 cubic cms

D. 48 cubic cms
Explanation
The answer is 48 cubic cms because the volume of a prism is calculated by multiplying the area of the base by the height. In this case, the given measurements of 12 cms and 48 square cms are both dimensions of the base. Since the base is a square, the area can be calculated by squaring one of the dimensions, which gives us 48 square cms. Multiplying this area by the given height of 12 cms gives us a volume of 48 cubic cms.

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• 4.

### Find the volume of a cube with side length of 4 cm

• A.

14 square cms

• B.

64 cubic cms

• C.

16 cubic cms

• D.

12 cubic cms

B. 64 cubic cms
Explanation
The volume of a cube is found by multiplying the length of one side by itself twice. In this case, the side length is given as 4 cm. So, the volume would be 4 cm * 4 cm * 4 cm = 64 cubic cm.

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• 5.

### Complete the following 3500mL   =     _____ L

• A.

350L

• B.

35L

• C.

3.5L

• D.

0.35L

C. 3.5L
Explanation
The given question asks to complete the equation by converting 3500mL to liters. To convert milliliters to liters, we divide by 1000. Therefore, 3500mL is equal to 3.5L.

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• 6.

### An hectare is an area of 100m times 100m

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
An hectare is a unit of measurement for land area commonly used in agriculture and forestry. It is equivalent to 10,000 square meters or 100 meters by 100 meters. Therefore, the statement that an hectare is an area of 100m times 100m is correct.

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• 7.

### If 1000mL = 1 L then what does 1000 L equal?

1 Kilolitre, KL, 1 KL, 1 KiloLitre
Explanation
The given question states that 1000mL is equal to 1 L. Since a kilolitre (KL) is equal to 1000 L, it can be concluded that 1000 L is equal to 1 KL. Therefore, the correct answer is 1 Kilolitre, KL, 1 KL, or 1 KiloLitre.

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• 8.

### Give a written description of  Area and a description of Volume

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