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ID: A Date: ____/____/____ Name: _________________________ Block ID: _______ 5. Surface Area Practice Chapter Test 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 3-D object? a. front only b. front, side, and top c. side and front d. side and top 2. Identify the following 3-D 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? a. c. b. d. 1 4. The surface area of this triangular prism would be calculated as You need to use the Pythagorian relationship to determine the missing length. a. 2(5 × 8) + 2(6 × 4) 5×8 b. 2( ) + 2(5 × 5) + (6 × 8) 2 4×6 c. 2( ) + 2(5 × 8) + (6 × 8) 2 d. 2(5 × 8) + 3(6 × 4) 5. The minimum number of views needed to describe a 3-D object is a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 6 6. Find the surface area of the following rectangular prism. a. 81 cm2 c. 108 cm2 b. 90 cm2 d. 162 cm2 2 7. What 3-D object can the net illustrated below be folded to create? a. cube b. cylinder c. oblong box d. sphere 8. What 3-D object can be created by folding this net? a. cube c. rectangular prism b. cylinder d. triangular prism 9. The distance between adjacent dots (vertical and horizontal) is 1 cm. What would be the surface area of the 3-D object produced by the net below? a. 48 cm2 b. 64 cm2 c. 88 cm2 d. 88 cm3 3 10. Which object do these three views describe? a. c. b. d. 11. Which 3-D object would the following net create? a. cube c. rectangular prism b. cylinder d. triangular prism 4 12. Which net would create a cylinder? a. c. b. d. 13. Which view best represents the top of this 3-D object? a. c. b. d. 5 14. Which view best represents the top of this 3-D object? a. c. b. d. 15. Which view best represents the front of this 3-D object? a. c. b. d. 16. To find the total surface area of a rectangular prism, you must calculate and add the areas of a. 2 faces b. 3 faces c. 4 faces d. 6 faces 17. The 3-D object created by folding this net will be a a. triangular prism c. cylinder b. rectangular prism d. cube 6 18. A 3-D object with two parallel and congruent circular bases is a a. cylinder c. sphere b. rectangular prism d. triangular prism 19. 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 cm2 b. 527.52 cm2 c. 56.52 cm2 d. 18.84 cm2 20. What is the total surface area of a cylinder with a radius of 1 cm and a height of 12 cm? a. 12.56 cm2 b. 78.5 cm2 c. 81.64 cm2 d. 175.8 cm2 21. The total surface area of the 3-D object created by the net shown below would be a. 38.465 cm2 b. 483.56 cm2 c. 522.025 cm2 d. 560.49 cm2 22. What is the surface area of the 3-D object shown below? a. 8 cm2 c. 32 cm2 b. 16 cm2 d. 40 cm2 7 23. What is the surface area of

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