KCSE MATHEMATICS QUESTIONS AND SOLUTIONS ~ Topically Analyzed
 surface area of solids  FORM 2 LEVEL  SECTION II  PAPER 1  ALT B  KCSE 2011  QUESTION 24 The figure below represents a frustum of a cone with dimensions as shown.
Taking π = 3.142, calculate:
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ALT B  VOLUME AND CAPACITY  SECTION 2  QUESTION 22  KCSE 2010  FORM 2 LEVELThe volume of a cuboid is 64m³. The volume of a smaller similar cuboid is 512 cm³.
ALT B  SURFACE AREA OF SOLIDS  SECTION 2  QUESTION 20  KCSE 2010  FORM 2 LEVELThe diagram below represents a pipe whose crosssection is shaded. The pipe has internal radius of 0.26m and an external radius of 0.3m.
SURFACE AREA OF SOLIDS  KCSE 1997  PAPER 1  FORM 2 LEVEL  SECTION BThe figure below shows a portable kennel.
QUESTION 19  KCSE 2023  Surface Area and Volume of Solids  PAPER 1  FORM 2 LEVELThe following figure shows a right pyramid VABCD. The base ABCD of the pyramid is a square of side 8 cm. The length of the slanting edges VA = VB = VC = VD = 10 cm. Calculate:
(a) the vertical height of the pyramid correct to 2 decimal places. (4 marks) (b) surface area of the pyramid. (4 marks) (c) the volume of the pyramid. (2 marks) A solid consists of a conical part, a cylindrical part and a hemispherical part. All the parts have the same diameter of 12 cm. The height of the cylindrical part is 15 cm and the slanting height of the conical part is 10 cm. (Тake л = 3.142).

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