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1 Question 1 1.For the figure below 20 is a measure of ….. A. Area B. Perimeter C.Surface Area D.Volume

2 Question 2 2.Give the area of the following figure.

3 Question 3 3.What is the surface area of the 3-D figure below?

4 Question 4 4.What is the volume of the 3-D shape below?

5 Question 5 5.What would be the dimensions of this shape if it was completely filled with cubes? _____ x_____x_____. What would be the surface area of the 3-D figure. ________________

6 Question 6 6.What is the volume of the 3-D figure below?

7 Question 7 7.What is the combined area of just the two triangular bases on the triangular prism below? +

8 Question 8 8.What is the volume of the 3-D shape below? 4 in. 9 in. 2 in.

9 Question 9 9.What is the surface area of the 3-D figure below?

10 Question What would the volume of the resulting figure be if these levels are stacked on top of each other ?

11 Question If the rectangle below was filled with cubes 5 levels high, what would be the total volume?

12 Question When put together, what is the volume of this figure?

13 Question What would be the volume of the 3-D figure below, if it was completely filled with cubes?

14 Question Finish calculating the area of the 5 faces of this figure. Then find the surface area and volume of this triangular prism. 6 cm 8 cm 4 cm 5 cm 3 cm ______ Volume = ____________

15 Question What is the perimeter of figure A? Perimeter = ___________________ figure A = 1 square meter

16 Question Find the surface area of the figure below. 100 meters 9 meters 12 meters

17 Question What is the volume of the figure below? Volume = ___________________ 16 ft 18 ft 5 ft.

18 10 cm 4 cm Will this flat pattern cover the rectangle exactly, with no overlaps or gaps? Yes / No and why? Question 18

19 Question George is looking for all the rectangular prisms that he can create with 30 cubes. Fill out the chart below to help George. DimensionsVolumeSurface Area ___ x ___ x ___

20 Question 20 20a. What is the height of prism A? __________________ b. What is the height of the white triangular base of prism A? _______________ 11 cm 8 cm 10 cm 12 cm 7 cm

21 21. Which shape below has a volume of 6 and a surface area of 22? A B C D Question 21

22 22. Give the dimensions of the rectangular prism that can be created by this flat pattern. Use grid paper if needed. Then find the volume and surface area of the prism. Question 22 DimensionsVolumeSurface Area ___x___x___

23 23.What is the area of just the triangular base? _________________ b.What is the volume of the prism? _____________________ c. What is the surface area of the prism? ____________________ Question 23 8 cm 10 cm 6 cm 5 cm 7 cm

24 Answers: 1. perimeter sq. units sq. units cu. units sq. units cu. units sq. cm cu. inches sq. units cu. units cu. units cu. Units cu. Units 14. Surface Area = 138 sq. cm Volume = 72 cu. cm meters sq. meters 17. Volume = 1,440 ft No, the two end flats should be 4 x 4 rectangle and they are 4 x 5 rectangles. They re the wrong size. DimensionsVolumeSurface Area 1 x 1 x un un 2 1 x 2 x un 3 94 un 2 1 x 3 x un 3 86 un 2 1 x 5 x 6 30 un 3 82 un 2 2 x 3 x 5 30 un 3 62 un a. 8 cm b. 7 cm 21. B 22a. 2 x 2 x 7 (any order) b. 28 u 3 c. 64 u 2 23a. 20 cm 2 b. 200 cm 3 c. 250 cm 2


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