# Q4 Math 6 Summative Test Module 1-3

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- Q1
Which among the following does not have a relationship with each other?

Cone

Sphere

Prism

Cylinder

300sM6ME -IVa -95 - Q2
How many cones would it take to fill a cylinder if the radius and height are the same?

3

2

4

1

300sM6ME -IVa -95 - Q3
The volume of a sphere is equal to _______ of the volume of a cylinder whose height and diameter are equal to the diameter of the sphere.

1/2

1/3

2/3

1/4

300sM6ME -IVa -95 - Q4
Which of the following is TRUE about the relationship of a cone and cylinder?

One volume of cone is 1/3 of the volume of the cylinder given the same base and height.

One volume of cone is 2/3 of the volume of the cylinder given the same base and height.

One volume of cylinder is 1/3 of the volume of the cone given the same base and height.

One volume of cylinder is 1/4 of the volume of the cylinder given the same base and height.

300sM6ME -IVa -95 - Q5
What does the “B” in the volume formula V= B x h stand for?

Bottom of the object

Between

Box

Area of the base

300sM6ME -IVa -95 - Q6
Which among the following is the volume formula for pyramid?

1/3 l x w x h

2 πr

^{3}1/3 πr

^{2}h4/3 πr

^{3}300sM6ME -IVb -97 - Q7
Which of the following is the volume formula for cylinder?

2 πr

^{3}4/3 πr

^{3}1/3 l x w x h

πr

^{2}h300sM6ME -IVb -97 - Q8
Find the volume of this cone. Formula: 1/3 πr

^{2}h0.334in

^{3}33.49 in

^{3}100.48in

^{3}334.9in

^{3}^{}300sM6ME -IVb -97 - Q9
Find the volume of this pyramid. Formula: 1/3 l x w x h

1800 cm

^{3}600 cm

^{3}500 cm

^{3}^{}1200 cm

^{3}300sM6ME -IVb -97 - Q10
Find the volume of this cylinder. Formula: πr

^{2}h500 m

^{3}^{}502.4 m

^{3}501 m

^{3}50.24 m

^{3}300sM6ME -IVb -97 - Q11
Find the volume of this cube. Formula: s x s x s

50

125

200

100

^{}300sM6ME -IVb -97 - Q12
Find the volume of this rectangular prism. Formula: l x w x h

12 in

^{3}100 in

^{3}^{}144 in

^{3}36 in

^{3}300sM6ME -IVb -97 - Q13
Items 13-16

One cylinder has a radius of 10 cm and a height of 8 cm. Another has a radius of 6 cm and a height of 5 cm. Which has the greater volume? By how much?

What is asked?

How much volume is less than the other?

^{}^{}How much volume is asked?

^{}Which has the greater volume? By how much?

None of the above.

^{}300sM6ME -IVc -98 - Q14
Items 13-16

One cylinder has a radius of 10 cm and a height of 8 cm. Another has a radius of 6 cm and a height of 5 cm. Which has the greater volume? By how much?

What are given?

10 cm radius and 5 cm height, 8 cm radius and 8 cm height

^{}^{}None of the above.

^{}10 cm radius and 8 cm height, 6 cm radius and 5 cm height

10 cm radius and 6 cm height, 8 cm radius and 5 cm height

^{}300sM6ME -IVc -98 - Q15
Items 13-16

One cylinder has a radius of 10 cm and a height of 8 cm. Another has a radius of 6 cm and a height of 5 cm. Which has the greater volume? By how much?

What operation will be used?

Multiplication and multiplication

^{}Multiplication and subtraction

Multiplication and addition

^{}Multiplication and division

^{}^{}300sM6ME -IVc -98