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How many triangles will meet at a vertex of a regular tiling formed by an equilateral triangle?
What is the area of the triangle below?
yd²
What is the volume of this cube?
Choose the correct way to find the area of the unshaded region in the figure below.
Which of the following is the correct way to find the area of this figure?
Study the quadrilaterals below and answer the questions.
Area of A = square units Area of B = square units Area of C = square units
If the side that is 6 units long is the base of this parallelogram, what is its corresponding height?
Find the area of the regular hexagon below.
in²
Which of the following is NOT a property of a parallelogram?
Which pair of base and height below will give the greatest area of a parallelogram?
Select all the statements that are true about the base and height in a triangle.
Select all parallelograms that have the correct height labeled for the given base.
Do all quadrilaterals tile a plane?
Check all the statements you believe are true about parallelograms:
Which segment is the height for the base shown here?
Triangle R is a right triangle. Can we use two copies of Triangle R below to compose a parallelogram that is not a square?
Which of the following figures has the greater surface area?
What is the surface area of a cube with edge length cm?
What is the area of the triangle below?
in²
The polyhedra below are called …..
For each triangle below, a base and its corresponding height are labeled. Find the area of each triangle.
Area of A = units² Area of B= units² Area of C = units²
Match each net with its corresponding polyhedron. Put the polygons in the same order as the nets.
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Find the area of the shape below by first finding the areas of A, B, and C.
Area = square units
Which three of these parallelograms have the same area as each other?
Which segment shows the base for the height shown here below?
Select all the polygons.
What is the surface area of this rectangular prism?
Select all the polyhedra.
Here below is a figure built from snap cubes. Find the volume ans Surface Area.
Volume = cubic units Surface Area = square units
Which net can be assembled into a rectangular prism?
Select all units that can be used for surface area.
Which two figures here with the same volume also have the same surface area?
If each square on the side of a cube has an area 25 square units, which of the following is an expression for the surface area of the cube?
A student said “We can’t find the area of this shape because it has many different measurements instead of just a length and width that we can multiply.” Is the student’s statement correct or incorrect?
For each net, decide if it can be folded into a triangular prism.
A square has side length 7 in, what is its area?
Area = in²