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



Choose the best
answer.


1.

Helen calculates the volume of
a gift box measuring 45 cm 15 cm 30 cm. Her answer will be expressed
in
a.  centimetres  c.  quadratic centimetres  b.  cubic centimetres  d.  square centimetres 


2.

The volume of a 5cm cube
is
a.  5 cm^{3}  b.  15 cm^{3}  c.  25 cm^{3}  d.  125 cm^{3} 


3.

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


4.

This pop can in an example of
a(n)
a.  cylinder  b.  oval  c.  rectangle  d.  tetrahedron 


5.

What is the volume of a pool
with dimensions of 8 m 10 m 5 m?
a.  90 m^{3}  b.  120 m^{3}  c.  340 m^{3}  d.  400 m^{3} 


6.

The formula for the volume of a
right triangular prism is
a.   b.  Volume = (base of triangle height of triangle 2) height of prism  c.  Volume = (length
width) height  d.  Volume = base length × height of
prism 


7.

A juice container shaped like a
cylinder has a base area of 100 cm and can hold 1500 cm^{3} of juice. The height of the juice container
is
a.  1.5 cm  b.  10 cm  c.  15 cm  d.  150 cm 


8.

Cylinder A has a diameter of 6
cm and a height of 10 cm. Cylinder B has a diameter of 10 cm and a height of 6 cm. Which
statement is true?
a.  Both cylinders have the same
volume.  b.  Cylinder A has a greater volume than cylinder
B.  c.  Cylinder B has a greater volume than
cylinder A.  d.  The volume of the two cylinders cannot be
determined. 


9.

A water trough is 200 cm long
and shaped like a right triangular prism. The triangular ends have a base of 30 cm and a height of 20
cm. What is the maximum volume of water the trough will hold?
a.  120 000 cm^{3}  b.  60 000 cm^{3}  c.  6000 cm^{3}  d.  3000 cm^{3} 


10.

A packing crate is a cube with
a side measurement of 72 cm. How many smaller boxes will it hold if each smaller box is 18 cm wide,
18 cm high, and 36 cm long?

Matching



Match the correct term to
each of the following descriptions. A term may be used more than once or not at
all.
a.  right
prism  d.  orientation  b.  base  e.  prism  c.  height  f.  volume 


11.

any prism whose height is
perpendicular to its base


12.

the different position of an
object formed by rotating or reflecting the object


13.

the perpendicular distance
between the two bases of a prism or cylinder


14.

any face of a prism that shows
the named shape of the prism


15.

the amount of space an object
occupies
