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**Q.23 A cylindrical container with diameter of base 56 cm contains sufficient water to submerge a rectangular solid of iron with dimensions 32 cm x 22 cm x 14 cm . Find the rise in the level of the water when the solid is completely submerged.**

**Solution:**

Given data is as follows :

Diameter of cylinder = 56 cm

Dimensions of rectangular block = 32 cm Ã— 22 cm Ã— 14 cm

We have to find the raise in the level of water in the cylinder .

First let us find the raise in the level of water in the cylinder . Diameter is given as 56 cm . Therefore ,

r = 28 cm

We know that the raise in the volume of water displaced in the cylinder will be equal to the volume of the rectangular block .

Let the raise in the level of water be h . Then we have ,

Volume of cylinder of height h and radius 28 cm = Volume of the rectangular block

h = 4 cm

Therefore , the raise in the level of water when the rectangular block is immersed in the cylinder is 4 cm.

**Q. 24. A cylindrical tube , open at both ends , is made of metal . The internal diameter of the tube is 10.4 cm and its length is 25 cm . The thickness of the metal is 8 mm everywhere . Calculate the volume of the metal .**

**Solution:**

Given data is as follows :

Internal diameter = 10.4 cm

Thickness of the metal = 8 mm

Length of the pipe = 25 cm

We have to find the volume of the metal used in the pipe .

We know that ,

Volume of the hollow pipe = Ï€(R^{2}âˆ’r^{2})h

Given is the internal diameter which is equal to 10.4 cm .Therefore ,

r = 10.4/2

r = 5.2 cm

Also , thickness is given as 8 mm . Let us convert it to centimeters .

Thickness = 0.8 cm

Now that we know the internal radius and the thickness of the pipe , we can easily find external radius â€˜Râ€™ .

R = 5.2 + 0.8

R = 6 cm

Therefore , Volume of metal in the pipe

= 704 cm^{3}

Therefore , the volume of metal present in the hollow pipe is 704 cm^{3} .

**Q. 25 . From a tap of inner radius 0.75 cm , water flows at the rate of 7 m per second . Find the volume in litres of water delivered by the pipe in one hour .**

**Solution:**

Given data is as follows :

r = 0.75 cm

Water flow rate = 7 m/sec

Time = 1 hour

We have to find the volume of water that flows through the pipe for 1 hour .

Let us first convert water flow from m/sec to cm/sec , since radius of the pipe is in centimeters

We have ,

Water flow rate = 7 m/sec

= 700 cm/sec

Volume of water delivered by the pipe is equal to the volume of a cylinder with h = 7 m and r = 0.75 cm . Therefore ,

Volume of water delivered in 1 second

We have to find the volume of water delivered in 1hour which is nothing but 3600 seconds.

Therefore , we have

Volume of water delivered in 3600 seconds

We know that 1000 cm^{3 }= 1 litre

Therefore ,

Volume of water delivered in 1 hour = 4455 liters

Therefore , Volume of water delivered by the pipe in 1 hour is equal to 4455 liters.

**Q. 26. A cylindrical water tank of diameter 1.4 m and height 2.1 m is being fed by a pipe of diameter 3.5 cm through which water flows at the rate of 2 metre per second . In how much time the tank will be filled ?**

**Solution:**

Given data is as follows :

Diameter of the tank = 1.4 m

Height of the tank = 2.1 m

Diameter of the pipe = 3.5 cm

Water flow rate = 2 m/sec

We have to find the time required to fill the tank using the pipe .

The diameter of the tank is given which is 1.4 m . Let us find the radius .

Volume of the tank = Ï€r^{2}h

Given is the diameter of the pipe which is 3.5 cm . Therefore , radius is Let us convert it into metres . It then becomes

Volume of water that flows through the pipe in 1 second

Let the time taken to fill the tank be x seconds . Then we have ,

Volume of water that flows through the pipe in x seconds

We know that volume of the water that flows through the pipe in x seconds will be equal to the volume of the tank . Therefore , we have

Volume of water that flows through the pipe in x seconds = Volume of the tank

x = 1680 seconds

x = 1680/60 minutes

x = 28 minutes

Hence , it takes 28 minutes to fill the tank using the given pipe .

**Q.27. A rectangular sheet of paper 30 cm x 18 cm can be transformed into the curved surface of a right circular cylinder in two ways i.e. , either by rolling the paper along its length or by rolling it along its breadth . Find the ratio of the volumes of the two cylinders thus formed .**

**Solution:**

Given data is as follows :

Dimensions of the rectangular sheet of paper = 30 cm Ã— 18 cm

We have to find the ratio of the volumes of the cylinders formed by rolling the sheet along its length and along its breadth .

Let V_{1} be the volume of the cylinder which is formed by rolling the sheet along its length .

When the sheet is rolled along its length , the length of the sheet forms the perimeter of the cylinder . Therefore , we have ,

The width of the sheet will be equal to the height of the cylinder . Therefore ,

h_{1 }= 18 cm

Let V_{2} be the volume of the cylinder formed by rolling the sheet along its width .

When the sheet is rolled along its width , the width of the sheet forms the perimeter of the base of the cylinder . Therefore , we have ,

The length of the sheet will be equal to the height of the cylinder . Therefore ,

h_{2 }= 30 cm

Now that we have the volumes of two cylinders , we have ,

Therefore , the ratio of the volumes of the two cylinders is 5 : 3 .

**Q.28. How many litres of water flow out of a pipe having an area of cross-section of 5 cm ^{2} in one minute , if the speed of water in the pipe is 30 cm/sec ?**

**Solution:**

Given data is as follows :

Area of cross section of the pipe = 5 cm^{2}

Speed of water = 30 cm/sec

We have to find the volume of water that flows through the pipe in 1 minute .

Volume of water that flows through the pipe in one second = Ï€r^{2}h

Here , Ï€r^{2} is nothing but the cross section of the pipe and h is 30 cm .

Therefore , we have ,

Volume of water that flows through the pipe in one second = 5Ã—30=150cm^{3}

Volume of water that flows through the pipe in one minute = 150Ã—60=9000cm^{3}

We know that 1000 cm^{3} = 1 litre . Therefore ,

Volume of water that flows through the pipe in one minute = 9 litres

Hence , the volume of water that flows through the given pipe in 1 minute is 9 litres .

**Q.29. The sum of the radius of the base and height of a solid cylinder is 37 m. If the total surface area of the solid cylinder is 1628 cm ^{2} . Find the volume of the cylinder .**

**Solution:**

Given data is as follows :

h + r = 37 cm

Total surface area of the cylinder = 1628 cm^{2}

That is ,

2Ï€rh+2Ï€r^{2} = 1628

2Ï€r(h+2r) = 1628

But it is already given in the problem that ,

h + r = 37 cm

Therefore , 2Ï€rÃ—37 = 1628

r = 7 cm

Since , h + r = 37 cm

We have , h + 7 = 37 cm

H = 30 cm

Now that we know both height and radius of the cylinder , we can easily find the volume .

Volume = 4620 cm ^{3}

Hence , the volume of the given cylinder is 4620 cm^{3} .

**Q.30. Find the cost of sinking a tube well 280 m deep, having diameter 3 m at the rate of Rs 3.60 per cubic metre. Find also the cost of cementing its inner curved surface at Rs 2.50 per square metre .**

**Solution:**

Given data is as follows :

Height of the tube well = 280 m

Diameter = 3 m

Rate of sinking of the tube well = Rs. 3.60/m^{3}

Rate of cementing = Rs. 2.50/m^{2}

Given is the diameter of the tub well which is 3 metres . Therefore

Volume of the tube well = Ï€r^{2}h

= 1980 m^{2}

Cost of sinking the tube well = Volume of the tube well Ã— Rate of sinking the tube well = 1980 Ã— 3.60

= Rs . 7128

Curved surface area = 2Ï€rh

= 2640 m^{2}

Cost of cementing = Curved Surface area Ã— Rate of cementing

= 2640 Ã— 2.50

= Rs . 6600

Therefore , the total cost of sinking the tube well is Rs . 7128 and the total cost of cementing its inner surface is Rs . 6600 .

**Q.31. Find the length of 13.2 kg of copper wire of diameter 4 mm, when 1 cubic cm of copper weighs 8.4 gm .**

**Solution:**

Given data is as follows :

Weight of copper wire = 13.2 kg

Diameter = 4 mm

Density = 8.4 gm /cm^{3}

We have to find the length of the copper wire .

Given is the diameter of the wire which is 4 mm . Therefore ,

r = 2 mm

Let us convert r from millimeter to centimeter , since density is in terms of gm/cm^{3} . Therefore ,

r = 2/10 cm

Also , weight of the copper wire is given in kilograms . Let us convert into grams since density is in terms of gm/cm^{3} . Therefore , we have ,

Weight of copper wire = 13.2 Ã— 1000 gm

= 13200 gm

We know that

Volume Ã— Density = Weight

Therefore , Ï€r^{2}hÃ—8.4 = 13.2

h = 12500 cm

h = 125 m

Hence , the length of the copper wire is 125 metres .

**Q.32. A well with 10 m inside diameter is dug 8.4 m deep. Earth taken out of it is spread all around it to a width of 7.5 m to form an embankment. Find the height of the embankment.**

**Solution:**

Given data is as follows :

Inner diameter of the well = 10 m

Height = 8.4 m

Width of embankment = 7.5 m

We have to find the height of the embankment.

Given is the diameter of the well which is 10 m. Therefore ,

r = 5 m

The outer radius of the embankment,

R = Inner radius of the well + width of the embankment

= 5 + 7.5

= 12.5 m

Let H be the height of the embankment.

The volume of earth dug out is equal to the volume of the embankment . Therefore ,

Volume of embankment = Volume of earth dug out

H = 1.6 m

Thus , height of the embankment is 1.6 m.