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There are 3 rows of pupils. Each row had 48 pupils. A teacher arranged the pupils into a marching contingent. The marching contingent was shaped in a form of a non-hollow square. Find the number of pupils along each side of the square.
David had 10 boxes of coins. There were 48 coins in each box. He used all the coins to form a square. The square was hollow and it had an equal number of coins along each side. How many coins did David use to form each side of the hollow square?
There are 154 chairs available. Harry was asked to arrange all these chairs to form a hollow square. Each side of the square must have an equal number of chairs. (a) How many chairs will be there along each side of the hollow square? (b) Find the maximum number of chairs that can be used to form the hollow square. ...
There are some square tables in a hall. Gina used all these tables to form a hollow square with an equal number of tables on each side of the square. How many square tables did Gina use if each side of the hollow square had 4 square tables?
Johnson had 10 stacks of 20-cent coins. There were 5 coins in each stack. He went to a shop, bought a candy for $2 and received the change in 5-cent coins. He then used all the 5-cent coins to form a hollow square which had an equal number of coins along each side. How many coins are there along 2 sides of the square? (Note: He paid for the candy by giving all the coins he had to ...
John had 104 square plates. He puts these plates on the floor and arranges all the plates to form a hollow square. If there are no gaps between the plates, how many plates are there along each side of the square? (Note: Each corner of the square has a plate)
14 rows of flower pots with 12 pots in each row were being rearranged. They were arranged to form the perimeter of a square with an equal number of pots on each side. How many pots did each side of the square have?
12 boxes of matchsticks with 60 matchsticks in each box were being used to form the perimeter of a square by arranging an equal number of sticks on each side. The matchsticks were placed on the surface of a table in such a way that the ends of each stick were always connected to another. How many matchsticks formed one side of the square?
The base of a cuboid is a square with an area of 49 cm2. Its height and the edge of the square face are in the ratio 10:7. (a) What is the volume of the cuboid? (b) Find the total surface area of the cuboid. Notes to students: If the question above has parts, (e. ...
A cuboid has a square base of area 64 cm2. The height and the edge of the base are in the ratio 6:1. (a) What is the total surface area of the cuboid? (b) Find its volume. Notes to students: If the question above has parts, (e.g. (a) and (b)), given that the answer for ...