8 Maths - Perimeter, Area And Volume

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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)
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