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Perimeter, Area, and Volume

Quiz by Jamie Wright

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  • Q1
    If the perimeter of a square is 36 centimeters, what is the length of one side?
    18 cm
    6 cm
    9 cm
    62 cm
  • Q2
    The length of a rectangle is 14 meters, and its width is 5 meters. What is its area?
    25 square meters
    70 square meters
    38 square meters
    28 square meters
  • Q3
    The height of a cube is 3 inches. What is its volume?
    27 cubic inches
    1.5 inches
    9 square inches
    12 inches
  • Q4
    What is the area of this shape?
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    80 square centimeters
    62 square centimeters
    22 centimeters
    36 centimeters
  • Q5
    If the length of this rectangular prism is 60 mm, what is the volume of a single cube within the larger figure?
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    400 square millimeters
    120 square millimeters
    8000 cubic millimeters
    192,000 cubic millimeters
  • Q6
    What is the perimeter of a rectangle with a length of 25 yards and a width of 12 yards?
    300 square yards
    74 yards
    37 yards
    50 yards
  • Q7
    What is the width of a rectangle with an area of 30 square meters and a length of 6 meters?
    24 meters
    180 meters
    5 meters
    36 meters
  • Q8
    What is the volume of a rectangular prism with a base of 40 square inches and a height of 4 inches?
    200 cubic inches
    36 square inches
    160 cubic inches
    10 cubed inches
  • Q9
    How can you calculate the volume of a rectangular prism if you know its height?
    Multiply the height by the length x width
    Divide the height by the volume
    Move the decimal two places to the left
    Multiply the height by the perimeter

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