# Lundy’s Rotations And Cross-sections Test

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 507

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This test will show if you know about rotations in space and cross-sections of 3D solids.

• 1.
What would the cross-section parallel to its base of a cube be?
• A.

Rectangle

• B.

Circle

• C.

Square

• D.

Triangle

• E.

Trapazoid

• 2.
What would the cross-section of a triangular pyramid perpendicular to its base?
• A.

Cirlce

• B.

Rectangle

• C.

Square

• D.

Triangle

• E.

Both a and C

• 3.
What 3D solid would you make if you rotated a square in space?
• A.

Sphere

• B.

Triagular Prism

• C.

Triangular Pyramid

• D.

Cone

• E.

Cylinder

• 4.
What would the perpendiclar cross-section of a cylinder make?
• A.

Rectangle

• B.

Square

• C.

Circle

• D.

Triangle

• E.

Oval

• 5.
What 3D solid would you get if you moved a circle parallel in space?
• A.

Cube

• B.

Square Based Pyramid

• C.

Cylinder

• D.

Sphere

• E.

Triangular Prism

• 6.
What would the perpendicular cross-section of a sphere give you?
• A.

Square

• B.

Oval

• C.

Triangle

• D.

Rectangle

• E.

Cirlce

• 7.
If you spun a penny in space, what 3D object would it create?
• A.

Cylinder

• B.

Sphere

• C.

Triangular Prism

• D.

Square Prism

• E.

Cube

• 8.
Which 3D cross-section will result in a trapezoid?
• A.

Cylinder

• B.

Sphere

• C.

Square Pyramid

• D.

Cube

• E.

Square Prism

• 9.
If you spun a triangle in space on its axis, what 3D solid would you make?
• A.

Cone

• B.

Sphere

• C.

Cube

• D.

Square Prism

• E.

Cylinder

• 10.
What object would you create if you did a parallel cross-section of a square pyramid?
• A.

Triangle

• B.

Circle

• C.

Rectangle

• D.

Square

• E.

Cube