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Questions and Answers
1.
Name the line that passes through the middle of a circle from one side to the other
A.
Radius
B.
Chord
C.
Diameter
D.
Sector
2.
Name this shape.
A.
Sector
B.
Semi-circle
C.
Sphere
3.
Circumference =
Find the circumference of the circle above. (14cm diameter)
A.
44cm
B.
42cm
C.
56.21cm
4.
Find the area of this triangle.
Use the formula
A.
25cm squared
B.
12.5cm squared
C.
15cm squared
5.
Find the perimeter.
(Answer with a number not a word)
6.
Find the area of the above shape.
Answer as a whole number only without the cm or squared indice.
(A number not a word!)
7.
Find the area of the large circle. The 2 smaller circles are the same size.
Answer to the nearest whole number... without cm or square indice
(A number not a word!)
8.
Find the volume of this square prism.
3 x 3 cm base and 19cm long
A.
171 cubic cm
B.
191 cubic cm
C.
81 cubic cm
9.
Find the surface area of this triangular prism
A.
173.1 cm squared
B.
73.3 cm squared
C.
28 cm squared x 2
10.
Find the volume of the triangular prism.
Answer to the nearest whole number without cm or indice.
(Write a number not a word!)
11.
What 3D object can be made with this net?
(Correct spelling please. don't use capital letters to start the words)
12.
This diagram shows 3 balls packed in a cylindrical container.
The diameter of each ball is 12 cm.
Calculate the volume of the container.
(answer to the nearest whole number without cm or indice)
3D shapes have faces, vertices and edges. These features differentiate one shape from the other. Having covered 3d shapes in the math class this week you need to polish up on what you know so far. Give this revision quiz a...
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Sample Question
Compare the three-dimensional solids below.
Which statement below is true?