Q1:

Which of the following units could be used to measure volume? 
A. tonnes B. cubic centimetres C. square metres D. kilometres 
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Q2:

Which property applies to all prisms?

A. Uniform cross sections B. Equal sides C. Triangular base D. Six faces 
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Q3:

The volume of a cylinder = area of base x height. What is the volume of a cylinder 20 cm high with a radius of 20 cm?
(Use π = 3.1)

A. 6200 cm^{3} B. 12 400 cm^{3} C. 18 800 cm^{3} D. 24 800 cm^{3} 
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Q4:

What is the volume of this cuboid?

A. 72 cm^{3}B. 360 cm^{3}C. 45 cm^{3}D. 720 cm^{3} 
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Q5:

What is the surface area of the cuboid above?

A. 314 cm^{2} B. 157 cm^{2} C. 628 cm^{2} D. 72 cm^{2} 
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Q6:

A metal tank of cuboid shape has internal measurements 1 m by 0.3 m by 0.5 m.
What is its volume?

A. 0.15 m^{3} B. 1.5 m^{3} C. 15 m^{3} D. 150 m^{3} 
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Q7:

What name is given to a cuboid with equal sides?

A. sphere^{}B. square^{}C. cube^{}D.rectangular prism 
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Q8:

What is the volume of a cube with sides of 6 m?

A. 36 m^{3} B. 216 m^{3} C. 18 m^{3} D. 72 m^{3} 
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Q9:

What is the surface area of a cube with sides of 5 m?

A. 150m^{2} B. 125 m^{2}^{}C. 25 m^{2}^{}D. 75 m^{2}

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Q10:

How many faces has a cuboid?

A. 4 B. 6 C. 8 D. 3

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