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Surface Area and Volume: Surface Area 51 True or False
1.
Which of the following solids is NOT a polyhedron? > Triangular prism
True
False
2.
What is the minimum number of orthogonal drawings needed to construct a perspective drawing? > 1
True
False
3.
What kinds of solids are the Platonic solids? > Polyhedrons
True
False
4.
What is the difference between an orthogonal drawing and a net? > There is no difference between a net and an orthogonal drawing
True
False
5.
Euler's formula says that the number of faces plus the number of vertices in a polyhedron equals the number of edges plus 2. Euler's formula does NOT apply to which of the following solids? > Pyramids
True
False
6.
On a starry, starry night, you look up in the sky and see an enormous spaceship that looks like a cone. It lands in front of you and you see that it's made of sheet metal. If the height of the cone is 50 feet and its base has a radius of 20 feet, the spaceship is made out of about how much sheet metal? > 3800 square feet
True
False
7.
The aliens step out of their spaceship. They look like square pyramids with green, rubbery skin. If the aliens are 4 feet tall and have a square base of 4 square feet, how much rubbery green skin do they have? > 16 square feet
True
False
8.
You try to run away, but the aliens generate a blue force field around you in the shape of a cylinder. Now you're frozen in midair. The radius of the cylinder is 3 feet and it's 6.5 feet tall. How much surface area does the force field cover (including the bottom)? > 179 square feet
True
False
9.
The aliens tell you that Zargon, their home planet, has a diameter of 10,000 miles and is completely covered in gold foil. (Don't ask us why.
They're
the aliens, here.) How much surface area does the gold foil cover approximately? > 78,500,000 square miles
True
False
10.
Before the aliens release you and return to Zargon, they give you a walkietalkie in the shape of a rectangular prism so that you can communicate with them in the future. If the walkietalkie is 3 inches long, 2 inches wide, and 5 inches tall (with an antenna for longdistance communication), what's its surface area? > 60 square inches
True
False
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