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A rectangular prism is 8 cm x 2 cm x 5 cm. What is the volume?
a) 80 square centimeters b) 132 cubic centimeters c) 80 cubic centimeters d) 132 square centimeters
A rectangular prism is 9 cm x 3 cm x 6 cm. What is the surface area?
a) 198 square centimeters b) 162 cubic centimeters c) 162 square centimeters d) 198 cubic centimeters
The sides of a cube are 4 inches. What is the volume?
a) 64 square inches b) 96 cubic inches c) 96 square inches d) 64 cubic inches
The sides of a cube are 3 inches. What is the surface area?
a) 27 cubic inches b) 54 squre inches c) 54 cubic inches d) 27 square inches
A hexagonal prism has a height of 5 inches. The area of the base is 18 square inches. What is the volume of the hexagonal prism?
a) 90 cubic inches b) 3.6 square inches c) 3.6 cubic inches d) 90 square inches
The base of a triangular prism is 8 millimeters. The height of the base is 4 millimeters. The height of the entire prism is 12 millimeters. What is the volume of the prism?
a) 6 cubic millimeters b) 24 cubic millimeters c) 384 cubic millimeters d) 192 cubic millimeters
The base of a cylinder is 6 millimeters (radius). The height of the cylinder is 30 millimeters. What is the volume?
a) 565.2 cubic millimeters b) 3391.2 cubic millimeters c) 1130.4 cubic millimeters d) 3.768 cubic millimeters
The base of a cylinder is 6 millimeters (diameter). The height of the cylinder is 7 millimeters. What is the surface area?
a) 94.2 square millimeters b) 188.4 square millimeters c) 63 square millimeters d) 489.84 square millimeters
Which of the terms below describes how much water would fit in a can?
a) volume b) capacity c) surface area d) area
Which of the terms below describes how much wrapping paper would be needed to cover a box?
a) volume b) capacity c) surface area d) area
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