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Volume of cubes = 64 _{c} _{m} 3 

(Edge _{)} ^{3} = 64 

Edge _{=} _{4} cm 

If 
cubes are joined end to end, the dimensions of the resulting cuboid will be 
_{4} cm, _{4} cm, _{8} cm. 

Surface area of cuboids _{=} _{2}_{(}_{l}_{b} _{+} _{b}_{h} _{+} _{l}_{h}_{)} 

= 2(4 × 4 + 4 × 8 + 4 × 8) 

= 2(16 + 32 + 32) 

= 2(16 + 64) 

= 2(80) = 160 c _{m} ^{2} 



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_{T}_{o}_{p}_{i}_{c}_{:} Combination of Solids 

A 
vessel is in the form of a hollow hemisphere mounted by a hollow cylinder. The diameter of the hemisphere is _{1}_{4} cm and the total height of the vessel is _{1}_{3} cm. Find the 
inner surface area of the vessel. 

Answer: 572 

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Given:
Height of Cylinder _{=} _{h} _{=} _{1}_{0} cm
Radius of Cylinder = Radius of Hemispheres _{=} _{r} = _{3}_{.}_{5} cm
Surface area of article = CSA of cylindrical part + 2 x CSA of hemispherical part
= 2πrh + 2 × 2π _{r} ^{2}
= 2π × 3.5 × 10 + 2 × 2π × _{3}_{.}_{5} ^{2}
= 70π + 49π
= 119π = 119 ×
= 17 × 22
22
7
= 374 cm ^{2}
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_{T}_{o}_{p}_{i}_{c}_{:} Combination of Solids
A solid is in the shape of a cone standing on a hemisphere with both their radii being equal to _{1} cm and the height of the cone is equal to its radius. Find the volume of the
solid in terms of _{π} .
Solution
Given:
Height ( _{h} ) of conical part = radius ( _{r} ) of conical part _{=} _{1} cm
Radius ( _{r} ) of hemispherical part = radius of conical part _{=} _{1} cm
Volume of solid = Volume of conical part + Volume of hemispherical part
= π _{r} ^{2} h + ^{2} _{3} π _{r} ^{3}
1
_{3}
= π × _{1} ^{2} × 1 + ^{2}
1
3
1
= π × 1 +
_{3}
π
= ^{+}
3
2π
3
3 π
2
_{3} π × 1
= π cm ^{3}
× _{1} ^{3}
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_{T}_{o}_{p}_{i}_{c}_{:} Combination of Solids
Rachel, an engineering student, was asked to make a model shaped like a cylinder with two cones attached at its two ends by using a thin aluminium sheet. The diameter of
the model is _{3} cm and its length is _{1}_{2} cm. If each cone has a height of _{2} cm, ﬁnd the volume of air contained in the model that Rachel made. (Assume the outer and inner
dimensions of the model to be nearly the same.)
Answer: 66
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For the given statement ﬁrst draw a diagram, 

In 
this diagram, we can observe that 

Height (h _{1} ) of each conical part _{=} _{2} cm 

Height (h _{2} ) of cylindrical part _{1}_{2} _{−} _{2} _{−} _{2} _{=} _{8} cm 

Radius ( _{r} ) of cylindrical part = Radius of conical part = ^{3} 
2 cm 

Volume of air present in the model = Volume of cylinder _{+} _{2} _{×} Volume of a cone 

= 
π _{r} ^{2} h _{2} + 2 × π _{r} ^{2} h _{1} 

( π 
3 
) 
2 
1 
( π 
3 
) 
^{2} 

= 
2 
× 8 + 2 × 3 
2 
(2) 

9 
2 
9 

= π × 
4 × 8 + 
3 π × 
4 × 2 

= 18π + 3π = 21π 

21 × ^{2}^{2} 
= 
66 
cm ^{2} 

7 



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A 
gulab jamun, contains sugar syrup up to about _{3}_{0} % of its volume. Find approximately how much syrup would be found in _{4}_{5} gulab jamuns, each shaped like a cylinder with 

two hemispherical ends with length _{5} cm and diameter _{2}_{.}_{8} cm . 

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_{T}_{o}_{p}_{i}_{c}_{:} Combination of Solids 

A 
solid iron pole consists of a cylinder of height _{2}_{2}_{0} cm and base diameter _{2}_{4} cm, which is surmounted by another cylinder of height _{6}_{0} cm and radius _{8} cm. Find the mass 

of 
the pole, given that 1 _{c} _{m} 3 of iron has approximately _{8} g mass. (Use _{π} = 3.14) 

Solution 

Height (h _{1} ) of larger cylinder _{=} _{2}_{2}_{0} cm 

Radius (r _{1} ) of larger cylinder = ^{2}^{4} 
= 12 cm 

_{2} Height (h _{2} ) of smaller cylinder = _{6}_{0} cm 

Radius (r _{2} ) of smaller cylinder = _{8} cm 

Total volume of pole = Volume of larger cylinder + Volume of smaller cylinder 

= πr ^{2} h _{1} + πr ^{2} 
2 ^{h} ^{2} 

1 = (π(12 _{)} ^{2} × 220) + (π(8 _{)} ^{2} × 60) 

π[144 × 220 + 64 × 60] 

= 3.14[31, 680 + 3, 840] 

= 3.14 × 35520 = 111, 532.8 cm ^{3} 

Mass of 1 _{c} _{m} 3 iron = _{8} g 

Mass of 111532.8 cm ^{3} iron = 11532.8 × 8 = 892262.4 g 



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_{T}_{o}_{p}_{i}_{c}_{:} Combination of Solids 

A 
solid consisting of a right circular cone of height _{1}_{2}_{0} cm and radius _{6}_{0} cm standing on a hemisphere of radius _{6}_{0} cm is placed upright in a right circular cylinder full of water 

such that it touches the bottom. Find the volume of water left in the cylinder, if the radius of the cylinder is _{6}_{0} cm and its height is _{1}_{8}_{0} cm. 

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Given: 

Radius ( _{r} ) of hemispherical part = Radius ( _{r} ) of conical part _{=} _{6}_{0} cm 

Height (h _{1} ) of conical part of solid _{=} _{1}_{2}_{0} cm 

Height (h _{1} ) of cylinder _{=} _{1}_{8}_{0} cm 

Radius ( _{r} ) of cylinder _{=} _{6}_{0} cm 

Volume of water left = Volume of cylinder  Volume of soild 

= 
Volume of cylinder  (Volume of cone + Volume of hemisphere) 

= π _{r} ^{2} h _{1} − [ _{3} π _{r} ^{2} h _{2} + ^{2} _{3} π _{r} ^{3} ] 1 

= π × _{6}_{0} ^{2} × (180) − [ 3 π × _{6}_{0} ^{2} × 120 + ^{2} 1 
3 π × _{6}_{0} ^{3} ] 

= π(60 _{)} ^{2} [180 − (40 + 40)] 

= π(3600)[100] 

= 3, 60, 000 × 
22 7 
= 
1131428.57 
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_{T}_{o}_{p}_{i}_{c}_{:} Combination of Solids 

A 
spherical glass vessel has a cylindrical neck _{8} cm long, _{2} cm in diameter; the diameter of the spherical part is _{8}_{.}_{5} cm. By measuring the amount of water it holds, a child 

ﬁnds its volume to be _{3}_{4}_{5} _{c} _{m} 3 . Check whether she is correct, taking the above as the inside measurements, and _{π} _{=} _{3}_{.}_{1}_{4} . 

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_{T}_{o}_{p}_{i}_{c}_{:} Combination of Solids
Metallic spheres of radii _{6} cm, _{8} cm and _{1}_{0} cm, respectively, are melted to form a single solid sphere. Find the radius of the resulting sphere.
Solution
Given:
Radius (r _{1} ) of ﬁrst sphere _{=} _{6} cm
Radius (r _{2} ) of second sphere _{=} _{8} cm
Radius (r _{3} ) of third sphere _{=} _{1}_{0} cm
Radius of the resulting sphere _{=} _{r}
The object formed by recasting these spheres will be same in volume as the sum of the voulmes of these spheres.
So, Volume of _{3} spheres = Volume of resulting shape
4
3
π[r ^{3} + r ^{3}
1
2
^{+} ^{r} 3
_{3} ] =
4
3
π r ^{3}
4
⟹
3
⟹ 216 + 512 + 1000 = _{r} ^{3}
4
3
π[ _{6} ^{3} + _{8} ^{3} + _{1}_{0} ^{3} ] =
π r ^{3}
⟹ 1728 = _{r} ^{3}
r = 12 cm
Therefore, the radius of sphere so formed will be _{1}_{2} cm.
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_{T}_{o}_{p}_{i}_{c}_{:} Combination of Solids
A _{2}_{0} m deep well with diameter _{7} m is dug and the earth from digging is evenly spread out to form a platform _{2}_{2} m by _{1}_{4} m. Find the height of the platform.
Solution
The shape of the well will be cylindrical as shown in the ﬁgure below:
Given:
Depth _{(}_{h}_{)} of well _{=} _{2}_{0} m
Radius _{(}_{r}_{)} of circular end of well =
7
2 ^{m}
Area of platform = Length x Breadth _{=} _{2}_{2} _{×} _{1}_{4} m 2
Assume height of the platform _{=} _{H}
Volume of soil dug from the well will be equal to the volume of soil scattered on the platform.
Volume of soil from well = Volume of soil used to make such platform
_{⟹} _{π} _{r} 2 _{h} = Area of platform x Height of platform
7 ⟹ _{)} ^{2} × 20 = 22 × 14 × H π × ( 2 

22 
49 
20 

H 
= 
^{×} 
^{×} 

7 
4 
22 × 14 

5 

H 
= 
2 = 2.5m 
Hence, the height of such platform will be _{2}_{.}_{5} m.
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Given: 
Radius (r) of upper circular end _{=} _{4} cm 
Radius (R) of lower circular end _{=} _{1}_{0} cm 
Slant height (l) of frustum _{=} _{1}_{5} cm 
Area of material used for making the fez = CSA of frustum + Area of upper circular end 
= π(R + r)l + π _{r} ^{2} 
= π(10 + 4) × 15 + π × _{4} ^{2} 
226 × 22 
= 210π + 16π = 
7 
= 710 ^{2} 7 c _{m} ^{2} 
Therefore, the area of material used for making it is _{7}_{1}_{0} ^{2} 7 _{c} _{m} 2 . 

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Topic: Cone 
A container, opened from the top and made up of a metal sheet, is in the form of a frustum of a cone of height _{1}_{6} cm with radii of its lower and upper ends as _{8} cm and _{2}_{0} cm 
respectively. Find the cost of the milk which can completely ﬁll the container, at the rate of Rs. _{2}_{0} per litre. Also ﬁnd the cost of metal sheet used to make the container, if it 
costs Rs _{8} per _{1}_{0}_{0} cm 2 . (Take _{π} _{=} _{3}_{.}_{1}_{4} ). 
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So, _{r} _{1} _{=} ^{1}^{0}^{√} ^{3}
3
In ΔABD ,
BD
AD = tan _{3}_{0} ^{o}
⇒ BD = ^{2}^{0} ^{√} ^{3}
cm
cm.
3
So, _{r} _{2} _{=} ^{2}^{0}^{√} ^{3}
3
cm
And height of frustum _{(}_{h}_{)} _{=} _{1}_{0} cm.
So, Volume of frustum _{=}
1 πh(r _{1} ^{2} + r _{2} ^{2} + r _{1} r _{2} )
3
_{[} ( 10√ 3 3 ) 2 + ( 
20√ 3 ^{2} + _{(}_{1}_{0}_{√} 3)(20√ 3) 

1 

= 
_{3} π × 10 
3 
) 
3 × 3 
] 

_{=} = 
[ 10 3 ^{π} 10 × 100 ] 3 400 3 + 200 3 22 × c m ^{3} = 700 22000 

3 WIRE: 
7 
3 9 
Let the radius of the wire _{r} and _{l} be the length of the wire.
So, _{r} _{=}
^{1}
32
cm
Volume of wire =Volume of cylinder
Volume of wire _{=} _{π} _{r} 2 _{l}
(
1
=
×
9 7
32
22000 22
)
^{2} × l
22000 × 32 × 32 × 7
_{l}
_{=}
22 × 9
l 
= 7, 96, 444.44 cm 
l 
= 7964.44 m. 
So, length of the wire is _{7}_{9}_{6}_{4}_{.}_{4}_{4} cm.
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The double cone so formed by revolving this rightangled triangle ABC about its hypotenuse is shown in the ﬁgure. 

Hypotenuse, AC = _{√} _{3} ^{2} + _{4} ^{2} 

_{=} _{√} 9 + 16 _{=} _{√} 25 _{=} _{5} cm 

1 

Area od _{∠}_{A}_{B}_{C} _{=} 
_{2} × AB × AC 

1 
1 

= 2 
× AC × DB = 
2 × 4 × 3 

1 

2 × 5 × DB = 6 

So, DB = ^{1}^{2} 
= 2.4 cm 

5 

Volume of double cone = Volume of cone 1 + Volume of cone 2 

1 
1 

= π _{r} ^{2} h _{1} + 3 
3 ^{π} ^{r} ^{2} ^{h} ^{2} 

1 
1 

= π _{r} ^{2} [h _{1} + h _{2} ] = _{3} 
_{3} 
π _{r} ^{2} [DA + DC] 

1 

= × 3.14 × _{2}_{.}_{4} ^{2} × 5 3 

= 30.14 c _{m} ^{3} 

Surface area of double cone = Surface area of cone 1 + Surface area of cone 2 

= πrl _{1} + πrl _{2} 

= πr[4 + 3] = 3.14 × 2.4 × 7 

= 52.75 cm ^{2} 



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_{T}_{o}_{p}_{i}_{c}_{:} Combination of Solids 

A cistern, internally measuring _{1}_{5}_{0} cm x _{1}_{2}_{0} cm x _{1}_{1}_{0} cm, has _{1}_{2}_{9}_{6}_{0}_{0} cm 3 of water in it. Porous bricks are placed in the water until the cistern is full to the brim. Each brick 

absorbs oneseventeenth of its own volume of water. How many bricks can be put in without overﬂowing the water, each brick being _{2}_{2}_{.}_{5} cm x _{7}_{.}_{5} cm x _{6}_{.}_{5} cm? 

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Volume of cistern _{=} _{1}_{5}_{0} _{×} _{1}_{2}_{0} _{×} _{1}_{1}_{0}
= 1980000 cm ^{3}
Volume to be ﬁlled in cistern _{=}
= 1850400 cm ^{3}
1980000
129600
Let _{x} numbers of porous bricks were placed in the cistern.
Volume of x bricks = x × 22.5 × 7.5 × 6.5
= 
1096.875x 

As 
each brick absorbs oneseventeenth of its volume, therefore, volume absorbed by these bricks 

x 

= 
17 (1096.875) 

x 

⇒ 
1850400 + 
_{1}_{7} (1096.875) = (1096.875)x 
16x 

⇒ 
1850400 = 
17 (1096.875) 
x = 1792.41
Therefore, _{1}_{7}_{9}_{2} bricks were placed in the cistern.
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_{T}_{o}_{p}_{i}_{c}_{:} Combination of Solids
In one fortnight of a given month, there was a rainfall of _{1}_{0} cm in a river valley. If the area of the valley is _{7}_{2}_{8}_{0} km 2 , show that the total rainfall was approximately equivalent to
the addition to the normal water of three rivers each _{1}_{0}_{7}_{2} km long, _{7} 5 m wide and _{3} m deep.
Solution
Given:
Area of the valley _{=} _{7}_{2}_{8}_{0} km 2
Volume of rainfall in the area = _{7}_{2}_{8}_{0} _{×} _{1}_{0} _{×} _{0}_{.}_{0}_{0}_{0}_{0}_{1} _{=} _{0}_{.}_{7}_{2}_{8}
_{k}_{m} 3
Volume of water in 3 rivers
= 3 × 1 × b × h
= 3 × 1072 × 75 × 0.001 × 3 × 0.001 = 0.723 km ^{3} (Converted m = km)
So, the _{2} valleys are nearly similar.
#465326
_{T}_{o}_{p}_{i}_{c}_{:} Combination of Solids
An 
oil funnel made of tin sheet consists of a _{1}_{0} cm long cylindrical portion attached to a frustum of a cone. If the total height is _{2}_{2} cm, diameter of the cylindrical portion is _{8} 
cm 
and the diameter of the top of the funnel is _{1}_{8} cm, ﬁnd the area of the tin sheet required to make the funnel . 
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1 − l 
l 1 = 
^{r} ^{2} r 1 

1 − 
l = 
1 − ^{r} ^{2} 
_{=} 
1 − r 2 r 

l 1 = 
r l 1 r 1 1 ^{r} ^{1} 

l 
1 − r 2 r 

l 1 = 
^{r} ^{1} ^{l} 

1 − r 2 r 

CSA of frustum _{D}_{E}_{C}_{B} _{=} CSA of cone _{A}_{B}_{C} _{−} CSA cone _{A}_{D}_{E} 

= πr _{1} l _{1} − πr _{2} (l _{1} − l) 

1 r 1 − r 2 ) 
r 
1 
) − l 

= πr _{1} πr 2 l ( r 
− πr _{2} r 1 l − r 1 
( r 1 l + 
− r 2 r 2 l 

1 
− πr _{2} ( 

r 
1 
− 
r 2 
) 

1 − ^{r} 2 ^{r} 

2 1 πr 
l 
πr ^{2} 2 ^{l} 

= 
− 

= 1 − r 2 r r ^{2} πl[ ^{r} ^{r} 1 − ^{r} 2 2 1 − 2 1 − r 2 r ] CSA of frustum = _{π}_{(}_{r} _{1} _{+} _{r} _{2} _{)}_{l} . 

Total surface area of frustum = CSA of frustum + Area of upper circular end + Area of lower circular end. 

= π(r _{1} + r _{2} )l + πr _{2} ^{2} + πr ^{2} 1 

= π[(r _{1} + r _{2} )l + _{r} ^{2} 1 + r ^{2} 2 ^{]} 

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Derive the formula for the volume of the frustum of a cone. 
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Let _{A}_{B}_{C} be a cone. A frustum _{D}_{E}_{C}_{B} is cut by a plane parallel to its base. Let _{r} _{1} and _{r} _{2} be the radii of the ends of the frustum of the cone and h be the height of the frustum of
the cone.
In ∠ABG and ∠ADF , DF ∥ BG
Therefore, _{∠}_{A}_{B}_{G} _{∼}_{∠}_{A}_{D}_{F}
AD
DF
AF
BG ^{=}
AG ^{=}
AB
⇒
⇒
^{r} ^{2}
^{r} 1
^{r} ^{2}
^{r} 1
⇒ 1 −
⇒
h
h 1
= 
h _{1} − h 
= 
l _{1} − l 

^{h} 1 
^{1} 1 

h 
l 

= 1 − 
= 
1 − 

h 
^{h} 1 ^{r} ^{2} 
^{l} 1 

= 

^{h} 1 
^{r} 1 

1 − ^{r} ^{2} 
1 − ^{r} 2 ^{r} 

= 
_{=} 

r 1 
r 1 
⇒
⇒
^{h} ^{1}
^{r} ^{1}
=
h
r 1 − r 2
h _{1} =
^{r} ^{1} ^{h}
r 1 − r 2
Volume of frustum of cone = Volume of cone ABC Volume of cone ADE
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