# Formulas: Question Preview (ID: 14403)

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How do you find perimeter?
a) You multiply all side together.
b) You add all sides together.
c) You add the base and the height and multiply by 2.
d) You multiply the diameter by pi.

How do you find circumference?
a) You multiply pi and the radius.
b) You multiply the diameter and pi.
c) You square the radius and then multiply by pi.
d) You take half the diameter and multiply by pi.

What is the formula for the area of a rectangle?
a) l (w)
b) 1/2 b (h)
c) 3.14(r )(r)
d) l (w) (h)

What is the formula for area of a triangle?
a) l (w)
b) l (w) (h)
c) 3.14 (r) (r)
d) 1/2 b (h)

How do you find the area of a circle?
a) l (w) (h)
b) Pi times diameter

How do you find the surface area of a rectangle prism?
a) 2 (l) (w) (h)
b) 2 (l) (w) + 2 (l) (h) + 2 (w) (h)
c) B(h)
d) None of the above

How do you find the surface area of a cylinder?
a) 2πr2
b) 2πrh
c) 2πr2 + 2πrh
d) None of the above

How do you find the volume of a 3D figure?
a) 2πr2 + 2πrh
b) b (h)
c) 2 (l) (w) + 2 (l) (h) + 2 (w) (h)
d) B(h)

What does 'big B' stand for?
a) The base
b) The area of the base
c) The base times the height
d) Half the base

What units do you use when working with volume?
a) Just the units, for instance- in.
b) Units squared
c) Units cubes
d) No units

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