TEST REVIEW - PART TWO
BOX APPLICATION
PATTERNS - VOLUME - AREA - PERIMETER - DIMENSIONS - 2-D & 3-D VIEWS
The dimensions of two cubes are shown. The volume of the smaller cube is ___ cubic feet. Find the volume of the larger cube.
A box shaped like a rectangular prism has a volume of ___ cubic inches. A smaller box has dimensions that are 2/3 the dimensions of the large box. What is the volume of the smaller box?
A cardboard box is __ inches long, __ inches wide, and __ inches high. Which is closest to the volume of the box in cubic feet?
A __ piece of wire was cut into equal segments which were then soldered at the ends to form the edges of a cube. Wht is the volume of the cube?
The area of a rectangle is ___ square units. If the width is 8a^2b^2, what is the length?
The area of a rectangle is given by the equation ____. What is the length of the rectangle?
The net of a cube is shown below. Use your ruler to measure the dimensions of the cube to the nearest tenth of a centimeter. Which best represents the volume of this cube? NOTE: bring your TAKS formulas that has a ruler.
The figures show a pattern of dark tiles and white tiles that can be described by a relationship between 2 variables. Which rules related the number of dark tiles to white tiles?
The drawings show the top view and the front view of a solid figure built with cubes. Which drawing shows a 3-dimensional view of the solid figure?
Match the 3 views of this solid to its 3-dimensional sketch.
Which equation best represents the area of the rectangle?
The area of a smaller classroom is __. How can the area of the larger classroom be expressed in terms of x?
Which is always a correct conclusion about the quantities in the function y = x +2?
A function is described by the equation f(x) = x^2 + 3. The replacement set for the independent variable is {1, 5, 7, 12}. Which of the following is contained in the corresponding set for the dependent variable?
Which expression best represents the simplifictin of given polynomials - see worksheets, QuizLab and back of this for additional problems.
1) Draw and label a box with dimensions ___ by ____ by ____. Using the variable X, write an expression for each dimension showing the relationship. It does not matter which dimension starts with the variable X. Just make sure your labeled sketch is in the correct proportion.
2) Calculate the actual surface area needed to wrap the box.
3) Calcuate the volume of the box to measure amount of space inside the box.
4) Calculate the amount of ribbon needed to wrap around the box in both directions.
5) Write an expression for the surface area.
6) Write an expression for the volume of the box.
7) Write an expression for the perimeter around both directions of the box.
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