# Algebra

1. which solid has two bases that are triangles and three lateral surfaces that are rectangles
a. triangular pyramid
b. rectangular prism
c. triangular prism ***
d. rectangular pyramid

2. a solid with two parallel and congruent bases cannot be which of the following
a. cylinder
b. cube
c. prism
d. pyramid ***

3. which of the following are considered skew lines
a. ab and ae
b. ab and ce ****
c. bc and ce
d. bc and de

4. what is the base plan for the set of stacked cubes
a. 1, 1, 1, 2, 3 ***
b. 1, 3, 2, 1, 1,
c. 1, 1, 1, 1, 1,
d. 1, 1, 1, 3, 2

5. which of the following is the front view for the model
a.
b.
c. ***
d.

6.which solid does the net form
a. hexagonal prism
b. hexagonal pyramid ***
c. rectangular prism
d. rectangular pyramid

7.which solid does this net form
a. square pyramid ***
b. triangular prism
c. triangular pyramid
d. cube

8. what is the surface area of the given figure
12 cm, 16 cm, 32 cm, 20 cm
a. 1,008cm^2
2. 1,728cm^2
3. 1,392cm^2
4. 1,216cm^2 ***

9. use the net to find the approximate surface area of the cylinder to the nearest square meter
a. 440 m^2
b. 314 m^2
c. 283 m^2***
d. 214 m^2

10. what is the volume of the prism to the nearest whole unit?
12 in, 8 in, 4 in,
a. 384 in^3***
b. 352 in^3
c. 160in^3
d. 24in^3

11. what is the volume of the triangular prism to the nearest whole unit?
2 ft, 12 ft, 18 ft
a. 864ft^3
b, 432ft^3***
c.216 ft^3
d. 492ft^3

12. what is the volume of the cone to the nearest whole unit
13 in, 8 in
a. 871 in^3
b. 1,307in^3
c. 1,416 in^3 ***
d. 2,614 in^3

13. what is the volume of the pyramid to the nearest whole unit
9 yd, 14 yd, 9 yd
a. 1,134 yd^3 ***
b. 567 yd^3
c. 378 yd^3
d. 284 yd^3

14. what is the slant height for the given pyramid to the nearest whole unit?
pyramid base = 10 cm
height = 12 cm
a. 7 cm
b. 11 cm ***
c. 13 cm
d. 16 cm

15. what is the length of the diagonal for the given rectangular prism to the nearest whole unit
length = 6 cm
width = 5 cm
height = 9 cm
a. 8 cm
b. 10 cm
c. 11 cm
d. 12 cm ***

16. the cones below are similar, although not drawn to scale
1. 15 ft r = 5 ft
2. 18 ft x
what is the length of the radius of the larger cone?
a. 5 ft
b. 6 ft ***
c. 7 ft
d. 8 ft

17. a cone has the radius of 24cm and a volume of 1,920cm^3. what is the volume of a similar cone with a radius of 18cm?
a. 480cm^3
b. 810 cm^3 ***
c. 1,080 cm^3
d. 1,440 cm^3

18. what is the surface area of a sphere with a radius of 5 meters rounded to the nearest square meter?
a. 250 m^2
b. 314 m^2 ***
c. 340m^2
d. 423m^2

19. what is the volume of a sphere with a radius of 4 meters rounded to the nearest square meter?
a. 67 m^3
b. 201 m^3
c. 268m^3 ***
d. 804m^3

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