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1. 3-D Figures and Constructions Review Take everything off of your desk accept Pencil Scrap Paper Compass Your ABCD multi-colored letters

2. 1) What is the figure shown below called? • A) cone • B) cylinder • C) cube • D) rectangular prism

3. 2) What is the figure shown below called? • A) Triangular Pyramid • B) Rectangular Prism • C) Rectangular Pyramid • D)Triangular Prism

4. 3) The base of a cylinder is shaped line a ____________? • A) rectangle • B) square • C) triangle • D) circle

5. 4) What 3-D figure will be formed if the right triangle shown is rotated about the line shown? • A) cube • B) cone • C) sphere • D) cylinder

6. 5) What 3-D figure will be formed if the rectangle shown is rotated about the line shown? • A) sphere • B) cylinder • C) rectangular prism • D) rectangular pyramid

7. 6) What 3-D figure will be formed if rectangle ABCD is rotated about AB? • A) cone • B) cube • C) cylinder • D) prism

8. 6) What is the cross section of a cylinder cut parallel to its base? • A) circle • B) rectangle • C) trapezoid • D) triangle

9. 7) What is the cross section if you cut 2 corners off of a cube? • A) circle • B) square • C) triangle • D) rectangle

10. 8) Suppose a cone is cut by a plane. Which cross-section is NOT possible? • A) circle • B) ellipse • C) square • D) triangle

11. 9) The cross section of a 3-D figure is shaped like a circle. The 3-D figure could NOT be a _________. • A) cone • B) cylinder • C) pyramid • D) sphere

12. 10) Which figure has exactly two endpoints? • A) angle • B) line • C) line segment • D) ray

13. 11) Which statement describes angle QNT? • A) Its vertex is point N • B) Its vertex is point Q • C) Its vertex is point T • D) It has no vertex

14. 12) To bisect an angle means to __________? • A) copy it • B) cut it in half • C) double its size • D) rotate it

15. 13) Maya wants to copy line segment TR. After she has drawn a second segment and labeled point T prime. What is the next step? • A) bisect segment TR • B) swing an arc from point T • C) estimate the distance from T to R • D) measure the distance from T to R using your compass

16. 14) How is the figure below named? • A) YA • B) AY • C) l • D) all of the above Y A l

17. 15) Which of the following canNOT be used to name the angle shown below? • A) BAT • B) CAT • C) TAB • D) TBC C B A T

18. 16) If two lines lie in the same plane and do NOT intersect, they are called ____________? • A) bisectors • B) horizontal • C) parallel • D) perpendicular

19. 17) Uri wants to draw a line through point P that is parallel to line KD… What is the first step he should take? • A) Use a straightedge to draw a segment through point P that crosses line KD • B) Use a straightedge to draw a segment through points K and D • C) Swing an arc from point P • D) Swing equal arcs from points K and D P K D

20. 18) Janna wants to draw a line through point D that is perpendicular to segment QV… What is the first step? • A) Use a straightedge to draw a segment through point D • B) Use a straightedge to draw a segment through points Q and V • C) Swing an arc from point D • D) Swing equal arcs from points Q and V D Q V

21. 19) To bisect segment PQ, Zena began by swinging equal arcs from point P and Q above the segment and labeling point X where the arcs met. What should Zena do next? • A) Use a straightedge to draw a line segment from X to P and a line segment from X to Q • B) Use a straightedge to draw a line segment from X to the point in the middle of segment PQ • C) Swing an arc from point X • D) Swing equal arcs from points P and Q below the segment

22. 20) Malou is copying the angle shown. She began by drawing ray PX to serve as one ray of the copied angle. Then she swung the arc from point A that is shown. What should Malou do next? • A) Bisect the angle • B) copy segment PX • C) Swing the same arc from point X • D) Swing the same arc from point P A P X

23. 21) Line AB and Line DH intersect at a right angle. These lines are ____________. • A) acute • B) parallel • C) perpendicular • D) skew

24. 22) Michael wants to bisect segment PQ. What should he do first? • A) Swing equal arcs from points P and Q • B) Swing an arc from pint P and mark the point where it crosses segment PQ • C) Copy segment PQ • D) Place a point above segment PQ

25. 23) If line AB and line GH are parallel, what can you conclude? • A) Line AB and line GH do not intersect • B) Line AB and line GH lie in different planes • C) Line AB and line GH meet at exactly two points • D) Line AB and line GH are perpendicular

26. 24) Segment TR has a length of 76mm. The perpendicular bisector of segment TR intersects it at pint X. What is the length of segment XR? • A) 33 mm • B) 38 mm • C) 76 mm • D) 152 mm

27. 25) A cone is 8 in tall. The cone is cut by a plane that is parallel to its base and lies 4 in above its base. What is the shape of the cross-section formed? • A) circle • B) cube • C) square • D) triangle