Multiple Choice Identify the
choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.


1.

What is the perimeter of a square garden with a side length of 3.2 m?
a.  12.8 m  c.  10.2 m  b.  9.2 m  d.  6.4 m 


2.

How much wood do you need to form a triangular garden frame if one side of the
frame has a length of 11 ft, and the other two sides are 2 feet longer than the first
side?
a.  36 ft  c.  35 ft  b.  33 ft  d.  37 ft 


3.

How many yards is 9 mi?
a.  14 500 yards  c.  16 040 yards  b.  15 840 yards  d.  12 672 yards 


4.

What is the diameter of a circular window with a circumference of 1.35
m?
a.  0.21 m  c.  0.04 m  b.  0.86 m  d.  0.43 m 


5.

Surface area is measured in which type of units?
a.  zero units  c.  linear units  b.  square units  d.  cube units 


6.

The exterior of a lamp post is to be painted. The lamp post is a 14foot
tall cylinder with a diameter of 18 inches. Since the base is on the ground and the top is covered by
a floodlight, you will not need to paint these pieces. What is the area that needs to be
painted?
a.  113 in^{2}  c.  792 in^{2}  b.  9500 in^{2}  d.  10009
in^{2} 


7.

Which of these shapes has the largest surface area? • a cylinder with a
height of inches and a radius of inches; or • a
rectangular prism with a length of 5 inches, a width of inches, and a height of 4 inches;
or • a cone with a slanted side of inches and a radius of inches;
or • a squarebased pyramid with a base length of
inches and a slant length of inches.
a.  cylinder  c.  cone  b.  rectangular prism  d.  squarebased
pyramid 


8.

Juan fills a 8 L bucket with a container that holds 2 pints. How many times will
he have to fill up the container to fill the bucket?
a.  8 times  c.  17 times  b.  9 times  d.  10 times 


9.

A garden has an area of 24 yd^{2}. It is covered in topsoil that is 3 in
deep. What is the volume of topsoil used, in yd^{3}?
a.  72 yd^{3}  c.  6 yd^{3}  b.  2 yd^{3}  d.  24
yd^{3} 


10.

Which of the following has the largest volume?
a.  30.5 quarts  c.  87.5 pints  b.  34 litres  d.  10 US gallons 

Short Answer


1.

Charlie drove for 3 hours at 80 km/h. a)
How far did he travel in kilometres? b)
How far did he travel in miles? Calculate the distance to the nearest
mile.


2.

A company is selling decorative Christmas tree covers. After doing some
research, the company finds that the average tree measures 6.5 feet high, has a diameter of 3.5 feet,
and a slant height of 6.7 feet. How much material will be needed for the cover? Round to the nearest
square foot.


3.

A garden measures 14 yd by 10 yd. In order to grow well, vegetables need about
0.8 m^{2} of space each. How many plants can you expect to grow in the garden?


4.

A rectangular prism measures 120 cm by 104 cm by 57 cm. Calculate its surface
area in square inches. Round your answer to 2 decimal places.


5.

A can of diced tomatoes holds 5.5 fl oz. Your recipe calls for 225 mL of diced
tomatoes. Will you have enough tomatoes? (Hint: 1 fl oz = 30 mL.)
