Unit 1 End Assessment
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by Loren Smith-Roberts
| 12 Questions
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Polyhedron P is a cube with a corner removed and relocated to the top of P. Polyhedron Q is a cube. How do their surface areas compare?

A. P’s surface area is less than Q’s surface area.
B. P’s surface area is equal to Q’s surface area.
C. P’s surface area is greater than Q’s surface area.
D. There is not enough information given to compare their surface areas.
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1
Select all of the nets that can be folded and assembled into a triangular prism like this one.

A
B
C
D
3
1
A cube has a side length of 8 inches.
Select all the values that represent the cube’s volume in cubic inches.
A. 82
B. 83
C. 6 x 82
D. 6 x 8
E. 8 x 8 x 8
A
B
C
D
E
4
1
A square has a side length 9 cm. What is its area?
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1
A square has an area of 9 cm². What is its side length?
6
1
For each pair of numbers, choose the number that is greater.
A. 13²
B. 15²
A
B
7
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For each pair of numbers, choose the number that is greater.
A. 7 x 6²
B 6³
A
B
8
1
For each pair of numbers, choose the number that is greater.
A. 10³
B. 30²
A
B
9
1
A rectangular prism has dimensions of 2 cm by 2 cm by 5 cm. What is its surface area?
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1
11
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Here is a net made of right triangles and rectangles. All measurements are given in centimeters.
If the net were folded and assembled, what type of polyhedron would it make?
Pyramid
Cube
Triangular Prism
Rectangular Prism
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Here is a net made of right triangles and rectangles. All measurements are given in centimeters.
What is the surface area of the polyhedron?