Q1:

The volume of a cone of height 16 cm and base radius 8 cm is approximately 
A. 400 cm^{3}B. 800 cm^{3}C. 1000 cm^{3}D. 3200 cm^{3} 
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Q2:

The engine of Suzanne's motorbike has a capacity of 180cc. The engine of Adrienne's truck has a capacity of 3.6 litres.
How many times bigger than the motorbike's engine is the truck's engine?

A. 2000 B. 200 C. 20 D. 2 
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Q3:

The volume of a cylinder = area of base x height. What is the volume of a cylinder 20 cm high with a radius of 50 cm? Use π = 3.1 
A. 155 L B. 75 L C. 3 L D. 1.5 L 
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Q4:

The volume of a sphere of diameter of 6 cm is approximately 
A. 40 cm^{3}B. 100 cm^{3}C. 1000 cm^{3}D. 3050 cm^{3} 
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Q5:

The base of a rectangular pyramid is 4 cm by 5 cm. The perpendicular height is 8.5 cm. The volume is: 
A. 17 cm^{3}B. 56.67 cm^{3}C. 85 cm^{3}D. 170 cm^{3} 
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Q6:

A metal tank of cuboid shape has internal measurements 1 m by 0.3 m by 0.5 m. How many litres of water will it hold? 
A. 0.15 B. 1.5 C. 15 D. 150 
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Q7:

Find the volume of a hemisphere of radius 5 cm. Use π = 3.1

A. 52 cm^{3}B. 104 cm^{3}C. 258 cm^{3}D. 524 cm^{3} 
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Q8:

A litre of water weighs 1 kg. What does a cubic metre of water weigh? 
A. 10 kg B. 100 kg C. 1000 kg D. 10 000 kg 
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Q9:

How many cm^{3} in 1 litre? 
A. 10 B. 10^{2}C. 10^{3}D. 10^{4} 
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Q10:

How many faces has a cuboid? 
A. 4 B. 6 C. 8 D. 3 
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