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Three Dimensional Shapes Questions - All Grades

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The Three Dimensional Shapes questions below are in the following grade levels: Kindergarten
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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
Grade 5 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by JPBUSH
Kindergarten :: Three Dimensional Shapes by LBeth
Grade 7 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by Piddydink
Which solid has 2 faces that are congruent circles?
  1. cone
  2. cylinder
  3. sphere
  4. triangular pyramid
Grade 3 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by LBeth
A cylinder and cone are shown below.
Cylinder 2Cone
Which statement is true about the cylinder and cone?
  1. the cylinder has more vertices than the cone
  2. the cylinder has more circular faces than the cone
  3. the cone and cylinder have the same number of vertices
  4. the cone and cylinder have the same number of circular faces
Grade 6 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by LBeth
Grade 6 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by LBeth
Grade 6 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by LBeth
Which solid figure would this net make?
Triangular Prism Net - Small
  1. cone
  2. pyramid
  3. triangular prism
  4. rectangular prism
Grade 6 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by LBeth
Which solid figure would this net make?
Cube Net - Small
  1. cube
  2. cone
  3. cuboid
  4. pyramid
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 5 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by Jbayly
Grade 10 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by BobKrauss
Which statement is false?

Two solids are congruent if:
  1. The corresponding edges are similar.
  2. the volumes are equal.
  3. the corresponding angles are congruent.
  4. The corresponding faces are congruent.
Grade 4 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by TiffTwns
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