Answers to Math Exercises: Volume and Surface Area of Solids 
V = 253 cm^{3}, SA = 240 cm^{2}
V = 1.94 m^{3}, SA = 9.33 m^{2}
V = 917.46 cm^{3}, SA = 617.7 cm^{2}
V = 406.08 cm^{3}, SA = 525.84 cm^{2}
V = 489.6 dm^{3}, SA = 426.53 dm^{2}
164.42 m^{2}
2.52 l
78.63 cm
237.5 m^{2}
172.8 kg
V = 4,725 cm^{3}, SA = 4,145.7 cm^{2}
215.5 cm^{2}
V = 576 dm^{3}, SA = 466 dm^{2}
26,095.1 l
The cylinder has a larger surface area than the cone.
V = 2,548.25 cm^{3}, SA = 3,356.72 cm^{2}
We will pay 44.70 € for the color.
Jane's cone was 18.33 cm high.
The kettle can hold approximately 50.5 liters of water.
We will need 3.3 liters of the paint color to paint a gap.
The vase with the shape of a truncated cone can hold more water.
We have to buy approximately 1.5 liters of varnish.
1,436.8 m^{3}
52.4 %
63.7 %
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