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Surface Area and Volumes

Surface Area and Volumes
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We all know about the solids and various kinds and combinations of solids which can be formed. Now in our earlier classes, we have learnt about finding the areas of all the 2D bodies like the square, rectangle, circles. But here we are going to extend our vision to determine the areas of the solid bodies or in simple words 3D bodies.

  • Solids are the 3D objects are called as solids. It means that any object which has length, breadth and width is termed as a solid.
  • The surface area of a solid object is a measure of the total area that the surface of the object occupies.
  • The concept of surface area if taken to the molecular level leads us to the concept of integration of very small 2D areas which finally constitutes the whole area of the solid body.
  • And the most common example of this is the surface area of a sphere which is an overall integration of the small circle elements together leading to the area of the circle.
  • Volume is the quantity of three-dimensional space enclosed by a closed surface or a solid, for example, the space that a substance or shape occupies or contains.
  • In simple words the amount of liquid up to the saturation point of the solid object.

Formulae for the Surface area and Volume of Solids

Maths class 10 Surface Area and Volumes

 

Combination of solids

When two same or different kinds of solids combine they form a completely new solid whose surface area depends accordingly on the constituent solids.

Maths class 10 Surface Area and Volumes

For example, the given solid is a combination of two hemispheres and a cylinder, and hence the total surface area of the solids will depend on the surface areas of the constituent solids which means

Maths class 10 Surface Area and Volumes

Solution: The solid is the combination of cone and a hemisphere

TSA = CSA of hemisphere + CSA of cone

TSA = 2πr2 + πrl

TSA = 2 x 3.14 x 9 + 3.14 x 3 x 4

TSA = 56.52 cm2 + 37.68 cm2 = 94.2cm2

Example 2: Find the volume of the following combination of solids.

Maths class 10 Surface Area and Volumes

 

Solution: The above combination is of a cuboid and a half cylinder and hence the total volume of the solid will be:

Total Volume = Volume of cuboid + Volume of half cylinder

Total Volume = lbh + ½ πr2h

= [15 x 7 x 8 m3 + ½ x 3.14 x 3.5 x 3.5 x 15 m3 ]

= 840m3 + 288.45m3 = 1128.45m3

Change of shape of solid

A solid can be changed to different shapes and sizes by melting it and then casting it to any other form. This process is known as casting of solids.

Here an important point is to be remembered that by doing the above process the volume of the solid before and after melting will always remain the same.

Example 3: A metallic sphere of diameter 8.4 cm is melted and recast into a shape of cylinder of diameter 12 cm. Find the height of the cylinder.

Solution: As we know that the volume will be constant

Therefore Volume of sphere = Volume of sphere

4/3πr3 = πr2h

4/3 x 3.14 x 4.2 x 4.2 x 4.2 cm3 = 3.14 x 6 x 6 x h cm3

h = 2.744 cm.

Frustum

When a cone is cut in such a manner that the cutting axis is parallel to the axis of the cone, then the solid obtained is called as a frustum.

Maths class 10 Surface Area and Volumes

Maths class 10 Surface Area and Volumes

Example 4: Find the TSA and CSA of the frustum of height 14 cm, the radius of the two circular surfaces are 2cm and 4cm.

Solution: TSA = π(r+R)√[(R+r)2 + h2] + πr2 + πR2

TSA = 3.14 x 6 x √232 cm2 + 3.14 x 4 cm2 + 3.14 x 16 cm2

TSA = 286.96 cm2 + 12.56 cm2 + 50.24 cm2 = 349.76 cm2

CSA = π(r+R) )√[(R+r)2 + h2]

CSA = 286.96 cm2.

Areas Related to Circles

A circle is a 2D shape having the radius as one parameter of measurement.

Circumference = 2πr

Area = πr2

We all know about the tangent, secant, major and minor sector as well as segment.

Here we are going to learn about the areas of these parts whioch they occupy in a circle.

Maths class 10 Surface Area and Volumes  

 

 

  • Area of segment = Area of the corresponding sector – Area of the corresponding triangle.

Example 5: Find the area of the sector and the length of the arc if the substituted angle is 90° and the radius of the circle is 10cm.

Solution: Here we have been given that  = 90° and r = 10cm

Maths class 10 Surface Area and Volumes       

Practice Questions

Maths class 10 Surface Area and Volumes

Q2) Find the area and circumference of the circle having radius 15 cm.

Q3) A drinking glass is in the shape of a frustum of a cone of height 18 cm. The diameters of its two circular ends are 3 cm and 6 cm. Find the capacity of the glass.

Q4) Find the TSA and Volume of the following solid.

Maths class 10 Surface Area and Volumes

 

Recap

 

  • Given a right circular cone, which is sliced through by a plane parallel to its base, when the smaller conical portion is removed, the resulting solid is called a Frustum of a Right Circular Cone.

 

  • Solids are the 3D objects are called as solids. It means that any object which has length, breadth and width is termed as a solid.

 

  • The concept of surface area if taken to the molecular level leads us to the concept of integration of very small 2D areas which finally constitutes the whole area of the solid body.

 

 

Quiz for Surface Area and Volumes

Q.1

There are 2 concentric circular tracks of radii 100 m and 102 m respectively. A runs on the inner track and goes once round the track in 1 minute 30 seconds while B runs on the outer track in 1 min 32 seconds. Who runs faster?

a) A
b) B
c) Both run at equal speeds
d) none of the above

Q.2

The area of a circular ring enclosed between 2 concentric circles is 286 sq. cm. Find the radii of the inner circle, given that their difference is 7 cm.

a) 3
b) 4
c) 5
d) 6

Q.3

2 circles touch externally. The sum of their areas is 58π sq. cm and the distance between their centres is 10 cm. Find the radius of the bigger circle.

a) 6
b) 5
c) 8
d) 7

Q.4

The figure shows a square inscribed in a circle of radius 7 cm. Calculate area of the white portion.

a) 48
b) 56
c) 84
d) 98

Q.5

The perimeter of a sheet of tin in the shape of a quadrant of a circle is 12.5 cm. Find its area.

a) 6.25
b) 7.75
c) 9.625
d) 11.125

Q.6

PS is the diameter of a circle of radius of 6 cm. Q and R are points on PS such that PQ=QR=RS. Semicircles are drawn with PQ and QS as diameters. Find the area of the black part

a) 37.6
b) 39.1
c) 41.2
d) 45.8

Q.7

The given figure shows a cross section of a railway tunnel. The radius OA of the circular part is 2 m. IF angle AOB is 90 degrees, calculate

height of the tunnel



a)

2.88

b)

1.44

c)

0.56

d)

3.44

Q.8

The area of a circle inscribed in an equilateral triangle is 154 sq. cm. Find the perimeter of the triangle.

a)

63.7

b)

67.5

c)

72.7

d)

81.90

Q.9

ABC is a right angled triangle at A. Find the area of the triangle not occupied by its incircle.

a)

8.70

b)

9.5

c)

10.2

d)

11.4

Q.10

The figure shows 2 perpendicular diameters of a circle. If the area of the blue part is 308 sq. cm then the circumference of the circle is

a) 94
b) 88
c) 81
d) 75

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