Think you’ve got your head wrapped around **Basic Geometry**? Put your knowledge to
the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!

Q. How many faces are there on a hexagonal pyramid?

5

6

7

8

12

Q. Approximate the area of the light blue sections.

12.9 cm^{2}

17.64 cm^{2}

36.84 cm^{2}

42.5 cm^{2}

71.4 cm^{2}

Q. Find the perimeter of this figure to the nearest tenth.

16.3 cm

21.2 cm

26.7 cm

32.7 cm

43.1 cm

Q. Find the volume of a cube, where each side has a perimeter of 12 cm.

9 cm^{3}

27 cm^{3}

54 cm^{3}

72 cm^{3}

96 cm^{3}

Q. Find the surface area of a cube where each side has a perimeter of 12 cm.

9 cm^{3}

27 cm^{3}

54 cm^{3}

72 cm^{3}

96 cm^{3}

Q. What is the volume of this trapezoidal prism?

39.69 cm^{3}

124.2 cm^{3}

188.5 cm^{3}

204.75 cm^{3}

654 cm^{3}

Q. What is the surface area of this trapezoidal prism?

191 cm^{2}

195 cm^{2}

204.82 cm^{2}

214.92 cm^{2}

225.34 cm^{2}

Q. Find the area of this section of a circle to the nearest tenth.

6.9 cm^{2}

12.7 cm^{2}

15.2 cm^{2}

27.6 cm^{2}

60.8 cm^{2}

Q. You are building a simple dollhouse for your little sister. Here is the sketch you made:

You will paint the sides, top, and back, but not the front or bottom, pink, her favorite color. How many square inches of paint do you need?

810 in^{2}

936 in^{2}

1620 in^{2}

1728 in^{2}

6912 in^{2}

Q. The length of the diagonal of this square is 9.9 cm. Use the Pythagorean theorem to approximate the length of the sides to the nearest tenth.

6 cm

6.5 cm

7.0 cm

7.5 cm

8.0 cm