Multiple Choice Identify the choice that
best completes the statement or answers the question.



Choose the best
answer.


1.

Which combination of views is
the minimum required to describe a 3D object?
a.  front only
 b.  front, side, and
top  c.  side and front  d.  side and top 


2.

Identify the following 3D
object.
a.  triangular
pyramid  c.  rectangular
prism  b.  triangular prism  d.  cylinder 


3.

Which object has the front view
shown below after a rotation of 90° clockwise onto its side?


4.

Find the surface area of the
following rectangular prism.
a.  81 cm^{2}  c.  108 cm^{2}  b.  90 cm^{2}  d.  162 cm^{2} 


5.

The distance between adjacent
dots (vertical and horizontal) is 1 cm. What would be the surface area of the 3D object produced by
the net below?
a.  48 cm^{2}  b.  64 cm^{2}  c.  88 cm^{2}  d.  88 cm^{3} 


6.

Which 3D object would the
following net create?
a.  cube  c.  rectangular prism  b.  cylinder  d.  triangular prism 


7.

If only the two ends of the
roof area need to be painted, what is the total surface area that needs to be
painted?
a.  16.4 m^{2}  b.  32.8 m^{2}  c.  45.6 m^{2}  d.  65.6 m^{2} 


8.

Which view best represents the
front of this 3D object?


9.

Which view best represents the
top of this 3D object?


10.

Which 3D object do these three
views describe?





11.

Given these four views of the
same die, how many dots will be found on the face on the opposite side of the die from the face
showing 5 dots?


12.

Given these four views of the
same die, how many dots will be found on the face on the opposite side of the die from the face
showing 1 dot?


13.

Given these four views of the
same die, how many dots will be found on the face on the opposite side of the die from the face
showing 3 dots?


14.

Given the four views of the
same die, how many dots will be found on the top face of this die?


15.

Given the four views of the
same die, how many dots will be found on the bottom face of this die?


16.

To find the surface area of a
cube, you must know the dimensions of
a.  1 face  b.  2 faces  c.  3 faces  d.  6 faces 


17.

Which of the following nets
will produce a cylinder?


18.

Which view does not correspond
to a face of this 3D object?


19.

A 3D object that is turned so
that the top moves to the right and downward is said to be turning in a(n)
a.  anticlockwise
rotation  c.  corner
rotation  b.  clockwise rotation  d.  counter clockwise rotation 


20.

A tube for potato chips is a
cylinder with a diameter of 6 cm and a height of 28 cm. What is the total surface area of the
tube?
a.  584.04 cm^{2}  b.  527.52 cm^{2}  c.  56.52 cm^{2}  d.  18.84 cm^{2} 





21.

Which view best represents the
front of the 3D object shown above?

Completion Complete each
statement.


22.

The net shown below can be
folded to create a _________________________.

Matching



Match the correct term to
each of the following descriptions. A term may be used more than once or not at
all. a.  edge  d.  prism  b.  face  e.  top  c.  dimensions  f.  vertex 


23.

a line segment where two faces
meet


24.

the point where three or more
edges meet


25.

one of the three views
required to describe a 3D object


26.

a flat or curved
surface

Problem



Write your answer in the
space provided.


27.

A roof is being constructed
with an end as shown below. The roof is 14 m long. What will the surface area of the top and two ends
of the roof be?


28.

A cylinder has two circular
ends, each with an area of 1256 cm^{2}. The height of the cylinder is 60 cm. What is the surface area of the
cylinder?


29.

Draw the top, front, and side
views of this 3D object.


30.

Draw the 3D object that would
be created by folding the following net.
