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Grade 2 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by Clau7
What shape is this?
Cone
  1. cylinder
  2. cube
  3. cone
  4. pyramid
Grade 2 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by Clau7
What shape is this?
Cube
  1. cube
  2. sphere
  3. pyramid
  4. cone
Grade 3 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by mwilli48
This could be the end of what 3D shape?
Circle
  1. cube
  2. rectangular prism
  3. cylinder
  4. triangular prism
Grade 2 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by Clau7
What shape is this?
Sphere
  1. sphere
  2. cube
  3. cylinder
  4. cone
Grade 2 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by Clau7
What shape is this?
Cylinder
  1. cone
  2. pyramid
  3. cube
  4. cylinder
Grade 2 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by Clau7
What shape is this?
Triangular Prism with Letters
  1. cube
  2. cone
  3. pyramid
  4. cylinder
Kindergarten :: Three Dimensional Shapes by LBeth
Grade 7 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by JPBUSH
A triangular prism is made up of                                   ?
  1. two rectangles and two triangles
  2. three triangles and two rectangles
  3. two triangles and three rectangles
Grade 5 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by JPBUSH
Kindergarten :: Three Dimensional Shapes by LBeth
Grade 5 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by JPBUSH
Grade 7 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by EZEKYLE
What is the height of a cylinder if r=10 and Surface Area is about 2324.77
  1. h is about 32
  2. h is about 27
  3. h is about 8
  4. h is about 25
Grade 8 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by Geneneal1982
Find the surface area of a sphere with a diameter of 18 inches.
Use the formula: [math]4pir^2[/math]

Sphere
  1. 1017.4 inches squared
  2. 1036.5 inches squared
  3. 2000 inches squared
  4. 5423.7 inches squared
Grade 7 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by jjstanley
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