Practice Questions on Squares and Cubes

Let your learners figure out the questions and solutions to the worksheet that covers squares, cubes and their roots.

1.   Make a question on square root by using following information.

a.   196 sq ft

b.   swimming pool

c.   10 laps

2.   Make a question on square root by using following information

a.   88 meters

b.   A garden

c.   Lawn

3.   Calculate the cube root for following numbers using prime factorization,

a.   27

b.   1000

c.   512

d.   4096

4.   Consider a cubical box which 2 feet wide. Find out how much water can be poured in to it.

5.   If the cubic room has volume of 1728 cubic meters (m^3), how wide is it?

 

6.   The word litre is derived from an older French unit, the litron, whose name came from Greek via Latin. One liter is the amount of liquid that can be fitted in a box of the size 10cm x 10cm x 10cm = 1000 cubic cm (cm^3). If you have a box of size 30cm x 30cm x 30cm then, how many liter of milk can you fill in it?

7.   If 5832 liters of water was stored in a cubical tank. What was the size of the tank?

8.   In a colony of bats living in a cave, all mother-bats give birth to same number of daughters-bats and each daughter-bat gives birth to again same number of grand-daughter-bats. If there are 5832 grand-daughter bats, how many mother bats were there and how many daughter bats were there in the cave? 


This worksheet is republished from  Dr Pradeep Gothoskar's blog

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