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Proportions Quiz 1
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1
Given Z = kQ/r
^{2}
, if Z was when R was , what would Z be if r was doubled?
2
Given Z = kQ/r
^{2}
, if Z was when Q was , what would Z be if Q was doubled?
3
Given Z = kQ/r
^{2}
, if Z = when r = and Q = 5.17, what would Z be when r = 6.87 and Q =?
4
A cylindrical water tank holds L of water. The volume of a cylinder is given by V = 3.14r
^{2}
h. How much water (in L) could the tank hold if the radius was doubled?
5
A cylindrical water tank holds L of water. The volume of a cylinder is given by V = 3.14r
^{2}
h. How much water (in L) could the tank hold if the height was doubled?
6
A cylindrical water tank holds L of water. The volume of a cylinder is given by V = 3.14r
^{2}
h. How much water (in L) could the tank hold if the radius was doubled and the height halved?
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