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3-D Shape Review. Question. What is a 3-D shape that has 5 FACES. Answer. Pyramid. Question. Which of the nets below could be used to form a pyramid like the one below?. Answer. B. Question.

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question
Question

What is a 3-D shape that has 5

FACES

answer
Answer

Pyramid

slide4

Question

Which of the nets below could be used to form a pyramid like the one below?

slide6

Question

Alexis has two solid figures. One is a cube, and one is a square pyramid. What do the two figures have in common?

a. They both have one rectangular face.

b. They both have one triangular face.

c. They both have exactly six faces.

d. They both have at least one square face.

question1
Question

Is a cylinder a polyhedron?

question2
Question

Is a triangular prism a polyhedron?

slide12

Question

12 in²

What is the

Surface area

30 in²

12 in²

question3
Question

Is a Cone a polyhedron?

question4
Question

Is a pyramid a polyhedron?

formula sheet
FORMULA SHEET

a=Bh

l x w

Rectangular Prism:

Cylinder Prism:

what is it
What is It?!?!
  • Volume- The number of cubic units needed to ____________ a space
  • Volume is measured in:

fill

Cubic units

slide20

The figure below is a net for a cube. Suppose the square labeled 3 is the bottom face of this cube. Which number names the square that will be the front face of the cube?

a. 1

b. 2

c. 5

d. 6

slide23

Find the volume of the cylinder.

a. 122.46 in3

b. 244.92 in3

c. 367.38 in3

d. 734.76 in3

slide24

Find the volume of the cone.

a. 37.68 m3

b. 452.16 m3

c. 113.04 m3

d. 169.56 m3

slide25

James has a toy box shaped like a cube. The

height of the toy box is 3 m. What is the volume

of the toy box?

a.9 m2

b. 9 m3

c. 27 m2

d. 27 m3

question5
Question

How many 1 inch cubes can fit in a box that is 5 inches wide, 2inches tall and 10 inches long?

answer8
Answer

100 in³

slide28

Question

Which of the nets below could be used to form a pyramid like the one below?

slide30

Question

16 in²

What is the

Surface area

40 in²

16 in²

answer10
Answer

72 in²

question6
Question

Match each situation with the appropriate units of measure.

a. 25.3 cm2_______ volume of a rectangular prism

b. 25 m __________ perimeter of a large square

c. 5 mm __________ area of a parallelogram

d. 25.64 ft3 __________ length of a mosquito

d

b

a

C

answer11
Answer

72 in²

slide37

Draw

Top view

Front view

Right view

slide40

How much cereal is in a box of Rice Krispies that is 2 inches by 6 inches by 10 inches, if the box is half full?