# Transition Math Chapter 10 Quiz

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Shapes are different and each has its own formula for getting different measurements, be it volume, area or parameter. The quiz below is designed to measure your understanding on the different dimensions of figures and how to measure them. Give it a try and get to learn more on the topic.

• 1.

### What is the measure for a one dimensional figure

• A.

Area

• B.

Length

• C.

Net

• D.

Surface Area

• E.

Volume

B. Length
Explanation
The measure for a one-dimensional figure is length. Length refers to the distance between two points in a straight line. In the context of one-dimensional figures, such as a line segment or a curve, length is the most appropriate measure as it quantifies the extent of the figure in one dimension. Area, surface area, and volume are measures used for two-dimensional and three-dimensional figures, so they are not applicable in this case. Net is not a measure but rather a term used to describe a two-dimensional representation of a three-dimensional object.

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• 2.

### What is the measure for a two dimensional figure

• A.

Area

• B.

Length

• C.

Net

• D.

Surface Area

• E.

Volume

A. Area
Explanation
The measure for a two-dimensional figure is called the area. Area refers to the amount of space occupied by the figure in a plane. It is typically measured in square units, such as square inches or square meters. Area is calculated by multiplying the length of one side of the figure by the length of an adjacent side, or by using specific formulas depending on the shape of the figure.

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• 3.

### What is the measure for a three dimensional figure

• A.

Area

• B.

Length

• C.

Net

• D.

Surface Area

• E.

Volume

E. Volume
Explanation
Volume is the measure for a three-dimensional figure. It refers to the amount of space that a solid figure occupies. It is calculated by multiplying the length, width, and height of the figure. Volume is commonly used to measure the capacity of containers or the amount of material that can fit inside a shape. Therefore, volume is the correct measure for a three-dimensional figure.

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• 4.

### What measures the amount an object can hold

• A.

Area

• B.

Length

• C.

Net

• D.

Surface Area

• E.

Volume

E. Volume
Explanation
Volume is the measure of the amount of space that an object occupies or can hold. It is a three-dimensional quantity that determines the capacity or size of an object. Area measures the amount of space within a two-dimensional shape, while length refers to the measurement of the longest side of an object. Net is not a measurement term, and surface area measures the total area of the outer surface of an object. Therefore, volume is the correct answer to the question.

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• 5.

### What measures how much material is needed to cover an object

• A.

Area

• B.

Length

• C.

Net

• D.

Surface Area

• E.

Volume

D. Surface Area
Explanation
Surface area is the measure of the total area that is needed to cover an object. It includes the area of all the surfaces of the object, including the top, bottom, and sides. By calculating the surface area, we can determine how much material is required to completely cover the object. Therefore, surface area is the appropriate measure for determining the amount of material needed to cover an object.

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