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(a)

The base of the model is elliptical in shape with the axes 60 cm by 40 cm reducing

uniformly to a circle of radius 12 cm at the top.

The hollow core of the model has circular cross sections with a circle of radius 6 cm at the

base rising uniformly to a circle also of radius 12 cm at the top.

The model is 24 cm high.

Figure 2 shows the top view of the cross sectional area of the volcano.

Figure 1

24 cm

h cm

40 cm

60 cm

Figure 2

3

h

4

(i)

(ii)

Show that the area of the cross sectional slice at height h is given by

A=

9024 448h + 3h 2

16

You may assume that the area of an ellipse with semi-major axis a and semi-minor

axis b is given by ab .

(iii)

2

4

2

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7

7

QUESTION 5. (Continued)

QUESTION 5. (Continued)

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(b)

(b)

Marks

Marks

9

a

a

Z

Z

A

A

a

a

Y

Y

W

W

C

C

R

R

S

S

x

x

P

P

Q

Q

x

x

X

X

b

b

B

B

The diagram shows a sandstone solid with rectangular base ABQP of length

The diagram shows a sandstone solid with rectangular base ABQP of length

b metres and width a metres. The end PQRS is a square, and the other end ABC

b metres and width a metres. The end PQRS is a square, and the other end ABC

is an equilateral triangle. Both ends are perpendicular to the base.

is an equilateral triangle. Both ends are perpendicular to the base.

Consider the slice of the solid with face WXYZ and thickness x metres, as

Consider the slice of the solid with face WXYZ and thickness x metres, as

shown in the diagram. The slice is parallel to the ends and AW = BX = x metres.

shown in the diagram. The slice is parallel to the ends and AW = BX = x metres.

(i) Find the height of the equilateral triangle ABC.

(i) Find the height of the equilateral triangle ABC.

(ii) Given that the triangles CRS and CYZ are similar, find YZ in terms of a,

(ii) Given that the triangles CRS and CYZ are similar, find YZ in terms of a,

b and x .

b and x .

(iii) Let the perpendicular height of the trapezium WXYZ be h metres. Show

(iii) Let the perpendicular height of the trapezium WXYZ be h metres. Show

that

that

((

))

a

x

h = a 3 + 2 3 x .

h = 2 3 + 2 3 b .

2

b

(iv) Hence show that the cross-sectional area of WXYZ is given by

(iv) Hence show that the cross-sectional area of WXYZ is given by

[[((

]]

a22

a

2 3 x + b 3 (b + x ) .

4 b22 2 3 x + b 3 (b + x ) .

4b

(v) Find the volume of the solid.

(v) Find the volume of the solid.

))

9

9

SGS 6A q23

about the chord AB. Show that the solid formed has volume

103

r 3 cubic units.

6 2

EXTENS ION

and y = x is rotated about the line y = x to generate a solid.

In this question you will find the volume of this solid by first

CHAPTER 6: Volumes

approximating a small portion with a disk.

y ' x2

y'x

"h

r

&

Let P (x, x2) be a typical point on the parabola. From x to x + x

P#x$ x %

(b) 4

we will approximate the area between the curve and the line16(a)

with

y

x3

"x

1

a rectangle. One corner of this rectangle is at P and a side is on

the line y Exercise

= x. Let6A

the(Page

dimensions

27) of this rectangle be r h as

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shown in the

diagram.

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1(a)

(ii) 3

(b)(i) 9

y

14

5

x

(a) Show that h (ii)

= 2 x and find r as a function of x.

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#

(b) When the rectangle is rotated about the line y = x it generates a cylindrical prism

with volume V ."Find V

& .

Chapter Six

y$x %1

!" the volume

" (i) x of the solid is

2(a)

30 2

(b) 8

15

6B The Method

ofy $Cylindrical

Shells

x

#

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$'#'! x problems there will be

SGS

2012

THSC q16

b result

certain

questions

which

in awkward integrals. As

an example, consider the

solid

generated

when the region

x

"

#

2

between y = 4x x and y = x is rotated about the

y-axis, as shown on the right. The volume

can be found

32

(b)(i) 5

3(a)

(ii) 8

by the methods ofySection 6A since each

cross-section is

(ii)

an annulus. However the situation is complicated by the

(

fact that the formula for the outer radius changes. Below

y = 3 the radius

! is router = y whilst above y = 3 it is

router = 2 + 4 y. Hence

(i) the integral must be split

into two parts. (Try this as an exercise.)

1(a) y

(b)

y

router

(

)

(

router

( )

2(a)

#x x

(b) 128

5

4(a)

2882

2

2 2

2

19(a) 43 ab

(b) 2 ab

(c) 2 abc

3

9

16

92

20(a) AD = 5 , CD = 5

(c) 15 cm

1

2

2 2

23(a) (x x ) (b) V = (x x ) x

2

2

2 2

(c) V = (x x )

2

17(b)

(b) 128

5

y

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128

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(b)

3

5

3

9

(b)

5

14

8

(b) 8

3

256

(b) 192

15

5

8

(b) 8

3

(c) 10

The diagram above shows (the parabola y = 3 + 2x x2 and its4(a)reflection in the y-axis.

5(a) same height y when rotated about

The vertical strips shown will generate cylindrical shells of the

6(a)

the line x = 1.

6

5 7

7(a)shells is 4 y

(i)

Show that the sum

of the

areas of these two cylindrical

1

48

7

2

4

6(a)

(ii)

(b)

(c) 10

9(a)

(b) 16

3

7

Find

the volume of the solid formed when the region bounded* by the parabolas

8 32

3 x-axis is rotated about the line x = 1.

and the

9 256

15

44

10(a) 8

(b) 224

(c) 8

c.u.

3

15

"

3

11(a) 9

(b) 15

14

7

8

(b) 8

3

296

13(b) 15

32a3

112a3

14(a)

(b)

15

15

15(b) 8

3

12(a)

!&

(c)

128a3

15

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&

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Marks

Question 8 (continued)

HSC 2002 q8

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CHAPTER 6: Volumes

(b)

height of the cylinder is equal to the diameter of its base. Let the

L

M

radius of the base be r units.

(a) Show that the typical triangular cross-section shaded has area

(r 2 x2 ) square units.

(b) Hence show that the wedge has volume 43 r 3 cubic units.

A

(x, y)

B

!r

!r

B glass

interior radius 4 cm and perpendicular height 12 cm. The

a

is filled with water which is then drunk slowly until half of the

bottom of the glass is exposed. Use the methods

of the previous

F

question to find the volume of water aremaining.

y

r

C

r

x

m

12 c

4 cm

A

In the diagram,

ABshows

and CD

are line

length Its

2a in horizontal

4 m planes

14. The diagram

to the right

a large

tanksegments

of depth 6ofmetres.

apart. The

of CD is

vertically

at aits

distance

base and

top are2asquares

withmidpoint

sides of 2E metres

and

4 metresabove the midpoint F

of

AB,

and

AB

lies

in

the

SouthNorth

direction,

while

CD lies in the WestEast

respectively. A typical square cross-section of side length x metres

direction.

is shown

h metres above the base.

6m

(a) Show that x =

+ 2.

(b) Hence

find xthe

capacity

of the tank.

distance

from

the midpoint

P of EF (so PE = PF = a).

2m

(i)

onofa the

building

site KLMN.

has a rectangular base 6 metres by 3 metres, and its

area

rectangle

perpendicular height is 2 metres. Its sides are trapezia that slope outwards from bottom

to top. The open top is a rectangle 7 metres by 4 metres.

(ii) Find the volume of the tetrahedron ABCD.

!

"!

"

(a) Show that a rectangular cross-section h metres above the base has area h2 + 6 h2 + 3

square metres.

SGS

6C q16

(b) Hence

find the capacity of the skip.

4

2

End of paper

16.

C

Q

P

U

T

A

CD

O

S

AB

R

The first diagram shows two identical intersecting cylinders of radius r. The second

diagram is the view from above. Their axes AB and CD intersect at 90 at the point O.

The third diagram shows the solid which is common to both cylinders, bounded at its

widest point by the horizontal square P QRS.

(a) The typical square cross-section T U V W shown is parallel to the square P QRS and

y units above it. Find an expression for the area of this typical cross-section of the

42

CHAPTER 6: Volumes

solid in terms of y.

SGS NOTES

14

(b) Hence find the volume that is common to the two intersecting cylinders.

10(a)

(b) 27

2

y

#

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volumes

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2

3

16(a) 4(r y ) (b) 16

3 r

2

2

4 3

18(a) a x

(b) 3 a

1 2

19(a) 23 a (b) ax

(e) 12

a b(5 + 2 3) m

b2

R

20(a)(ii) (1 e

) (c)(i) R 2 (ii) (1

2

R2

(d) (1 e

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