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29. 23. [Volume) * Find the volume, in m3, of the square pyramid below. . --<e , II 60 em @. 24. ~- [Geometry) Draw all axes of symmetry and show the center of symmetry for the shape below. 100 em 30. [Surtace Area) 0.2 * Using S.A. = 211:1"(1" + h) and 11:z 272, m3 find the surface area of the cylinder below. 25. 3ft [Angles) * Find the value of xC. .....---..... I I 440 ft2 ,-~"".M7&<.>,ffl~ [Pythagorean 31. ::O:<3<~,,>n.'M\:' Theorem / Trigonometry) * Find the value of x. 26. [Measurement /Time) x~ * ~Convert 180 km/h to m/s. 27. I 50 mls I 32. [Perimeter] Using * 11:z 272, bicycle wheel with radius 21 em. = 42 [Problem Solving 1] * If each comer of a square is joined to each other comer of the square, two diagonals will have been drawn. To do the same for a hexagon, nine diagonals would have to be drawn. How many diagonals would have to be drawn on a regular polygon with 15 sides? find the circumference of a wheel diameter em 132 em 28. 11 2 I I [Area) * ;\ Nine diagonals Graph the points S(3,2), T(3,5), U(7,8) and J'(7,I) and use them to find the area of the shape STUr'. y 90 8 33. 7 [Problem Solving 2) * Find the radius of the inscribed circle in the right triangle below. 6 5 4 3 3 2 ) o page 42 o ) 23456789X White [email protected] Copyright. Not to be reproduced without permission. J. B. Wright - Echuca 2004