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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) Three Dimensional Shapes Questions

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Grade 6 Three Dimensional Shapes CCSS: 6.G.A.4
Grade 6 Three Dimensional Shapes CCSS: 6.G.A.4
Which solid figure would this net make?
Cube Net - Small
  1. cube
  2. cone
  3. cuboid
  4. pyramid
Grade 6 Three Dimensional Shapes CCSS: 6.G.A.4
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 CCSS: 6.G.A.4
Grade 6 Three Dimensional Shapes CCSS: 6.G.A.4
Which solid figure would this net make?
Pyramid Net - Small
  1. cone
  2. cube
  3. pyramid
  4. cylinder
Grade 6 Three Dimensional Shapes CCSS: 6.G.A.4
Grade 6 Three Dimensional Shapes CCSS: 6.G.A.4
Which solid figure would this net make?
Cone Net - Small
  1. sphere
  2. cone
  3. pyramid
  4. cylinder
Grade 6 Three Dimensional Shapes CCSS: 6.G.A.4
Grade 6 Three Dimensional Shapes CCSS: 6.G.A.4
Grade 6 Three Dimensional Shapes CCSS: 6.G.A.4
Which solid figure would this net make?
Cuboid Net - Small
  1. cube
  2. cone
  3. cuboid
  4. pyramid
Grade 6 Three Dimensional Shapes CCSS: 6.G.A.4, MP2

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Which statement is correct about the surface area of the three-dimensional figure that can be made from the net?
  1. The surface area is equal to four times the area of one of the triangles plus the area of the square.
  2. The surface area is equal to four times the area of one of the triangles times the area of the square.
  3. The surface area is equal to four times the area of one of the triangles minus the area of the square.
  4. The surface area is equal to four times the area of one of the triangles divided by the area of the square.
Grade 6 Three Dimensional Shapes CCSS: 6.G.A.4
Which type of prism would the net make it was folded together?
Triangular Prism Net
  1. triangular
  2. rhombic
  3. pentagonal
  4. hexagonal
Grade 6 Three Dimensional Shapes CCSS: 6.G.A.4
Which solid figure would this net make?
Cylinder Net - Small
  1. cone
  2. sphere
  3. pyramid
  4. cylinder
Grade 6 Three Dimensional Shapes CCSS: 6.G.A.4
Grade 6 Three Dimensional Shapes
Tom has a figure with exactly one rectangular base. Which of the following could be the shape of Tom's figure?
  1. Triangular prism
  2. Rectangular prism
  3. Triangular pyramid
  4. Rectangular pyramid
Grade 6 Three Dimensional Shapes CCSS: 6.G.A.4
Which type of prism would the net make it was folded together?
Hexagonal Prism Net
  1. triangular
  2. rhombic
  3. pentagonal
  4. hexagonal
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