New Zealand
Level 6 - NCEA Level 1

Applications of Volume

Interactive practice questions

A jug holding $2$2 L of drinking cordial has been made with $200$200 mL of the cordial concentrate. What is the concentration of the cordial in terms of mL per L.

Easy
Approx a minute

The formula relating density $D$D, mass $M$M and volume $V$V is $D=\frac{M}{V}$D=MV. Calculate the density of a material that has a mass of $6.16$6.16g and a volume of $5.6$5.6cm3.

Which cordial is stronger (has a higher concentration)?

The formula relating density $D$D, mass $M$M and volume $V$V is $D=\frac{M}{V}$D=MV.

The density of Copper is $8.94$8.94 g/cm3. If a sample of Copper has a volume of $26$26 cm3 and a mass of $M$M grams, solve for $M$M.

Outcomes

GM6-3

Calculate volumes, including prisms, pyramids, cones, and spheres, using formulae

91030

Apply measurement in solving problems