# Math

1. Use the rectangular prism. Are AB-segment and DG-segment intersecting, parallel, or skew?
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intersecting
parallel
skew
2. For a school project, Ezra made stacks of sugar cubes and glued the stacks together. Below is a top view of the project. The numbers tell how many sugar cubes are in each stack. Which pair of figures show the front and left views of the project?
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none of these
3. Find the surface area of the cone to the nearest whole unit.
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1,408 ft2
13,273 ft2
1,552 ft2
none of these
4. A sphere has a radius of 6.8 ft. Find its radius to the nearest square foot.
Approximately 2,323 square feet
Approximately 581 square feet
Approximately 145 square feet
Approximately 97 square feet
5. Use the rectangular prism. Are BC-segment and HG-segment intersecting, parallel, or skew?
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intersecting
parallel
skew
6. A sphere has a radius of 8.5 ft. Find its surface area to the nearest square foot.
Approximately 289 square feet
Approximately 363 square feet
Approximately 907 square feet
Approximately 3,630 square feet
7. Find the height of the cylinder.
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79.2 in.
2.6 in.
77.2 in.
2.8 in.
8. Which figure is the base plan of this solid?
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9. For the pair of similar solids, find the value of the variable.
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5 in.
4.4 in.
4.2 in.
4.6 in.
10. Find the lateral area and surface area of the figure. Round your answer to the nearest hundredth, if necessary.
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730.08 m2; 785.08 m2
65 m2; 715 m2
25 m2; 1,430 m2
665.08 m2; 720.08 m2
11. Name the common solids that make up the structure.
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rectangular prism, trapezoidal prism, cube, square pyramid
rectangular prism, trapezoidal prism, cube, cone
rectangular prism, triangular prism, cube, square pyramid
rectangular prism, trapezoidal prism, cube, triangular prism
12. List the shapes that make up the net for the figure with the number of times each shape is used.
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3 triangles, 2 rectangles
5 triangles
2 triangles, 4 rectangles
2 triangles, 3 rectangles
13. Draw a base plan for the set of stacked cubes.
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not here
14. A sphere has a diameter of 8 m. Find its volume to the nearest cubic meter.
Approximately 268 cubic meters
Approximately 477 cubic meters
Approximately 804 cubic meters
Approximately 2,145 cubic meters
15. The surface area of a solid is 112 m2, and its volume is 56 m3. The ratio of corresponding dimensions of a similar solid is 3 over 2. Find the surface area and volume of the similar solid.
S.A. = 168 m2; V = 84 m3
S.A. = 378 m2; V = 126 m3
S.A. = 252 m2; V = 189 m3
S.A. = 75 m2; V = 37 m3
16. Find the volume of a rectangular prism measuring 10 in. by 9 in. by 7 in.
630 in.3
446 in.2
446 in.3
630 in.2
17. Which solid figure will this net make?
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18. Find the volume of the prism.
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192.5 m3
46 m3
385 m3
28.5 m3
19. Which solid figure will this net make?
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20. Find the volume of the figure to the nearest cubic unit.
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112 ft3
86 ft3
100 ft3
37 ft3

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1. Holy smoke! An entire test and not a thought of your own? The test is undoubtedly copyrighted. Posting this is cheating (asking others to answer the questions on a test!), as well as illegal. In addition, no graphics appear.

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