Form 1 Mathematics
Two cylindrical containers are similar. The larger one has internal cross- section area of 45cm2 and can hold 0.945 litres of liquid when full. The smaller container has internal cross- section area of 20cm2
(a) Calculate the capacity of the smaller container
(b) The larger container is filled with juice to a height of 13 cm. Juice is then drawn from is and emptied into the smaller container until the depths of the juice in both containers are equal. Calculate the depths of juice in each container.
(c) On fifth of the juice in the larger container in part (b) above is further drawn and emptied into the smaller container. Find the difference in the depths of the juice in the two containers.
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