Surface Area

Volume

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Word Problems and Applications

Formulas

100

Find the surface area of the rectangular prism.

164 in^{2}

100

Find the volume of the rectangular prism.

0.225 m^{3}

100

The horizontal cross section of a cylinder:

Circle

100

A room is 144 ft^{2}. If tile costs $0.83 per square foot, how much would it cost to put tile in?

$119.52

100

Name that formula: 1/2 h (b1 + b2)

Area of a trapezoid

200

Find the surface area of the rectangular prism.

2.3 m^{2}

200

Find the volume of the rectangular pyramid.

224 cm^{3}

200

The vertical cross section of a cylinder:

Rectangle

200

A gallon of paint can cover 45 square feet. If a wall is 325 square feet, how many gallons of paint should you buy?

8 gallons

200

Name that formula: 1/2 b h

Area of a triangle

300

Find the surface area of the triangular prism.

240 cm^{2}

300

Find the volume of the triangular prism.

144 cm^{3}

300

The vertical cross section of a cone, through its apex:

Triangle

300

You are filling the rectangular pyramid with sand. How many cubic inches of sand will you need?

96 in^{3}

300

Name that formula: bh

Area of a parallelogram/rectangle/square

400

Find the surface area of the square pyramid.

1,144 in^{2}

400

Find the volume of the cylinder. Use 3.14 for pi.

1,538.6 cm^{3}

400

What is the largest cross-section that could result from slicing a rectangular prism?

Hexagon

400

If it costs $0.25 per square inch to paint this prism, approximately how much will it cost?

$30

400

Name that formula: 1/3 B h

Volume of a pyramid

500

Find the surface area of the trapezoidal prism.

506.58 units^{2}

500

Find the volume of the trapezoidal prism.

180 ft^{3}

500

If a cone was sliced at an angle, what would be the resulting cross-section?

Oval (bonus points if you said ellipse)

500

The following prism is being filled with sand. Sand costs $2.25 per square foot.How much will it cost?

$405

500

Name that formula: B h

Volume of a prism

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