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B   The base of a prism is a pentagon. How many edges will the prism have?   B View Solution
B   How many circular bases does a cylinder have?   B View Solution
B   The base of a prism is an octagon. Find the total number of edges on the prism.   B View Solution
B   How many vertices does a cone have?
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B   The lateral faces of a pyramid are____.
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B   Which of the figures is/are triangular prism/s?   B View Solution
B   What is the shape of the base of the prism?
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B   Identify the type of pyramid in the figure.   B View Solution
B   Identify the name of the prism.
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B   Which of the figures are rectangular prisms?   B View Solution
B   How many circular bases does a sphere have?
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B   How many congruent edges does a cube have?
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B   Name the three-dimensional figure shown.   B View Solution
B   Name the three-dimensional figure shown.
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B   How many bases does a pyramid have?
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B   Identify the type of the pyramid shown in the figure.   B View Solution
B   The base of a prism is a hexagon. How many edges will the prism have?   B View Solution
B   Which of the statements is true?
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B   How many triangles would you find in a net that folds into a square pyramid?   B View Solution
B   How many circles would you find in a net that can be folded to form a cylinder?
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B   George wants to make a pentagonal pyramid. How many triangles does he need to make the object?
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B   How many rectangles do we need to make a pentagonal prism?
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B   In the art class, Victor made a design as shown in the figure. If he folds along the dotted lines, which figure will he get?
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B   Which of the following statements is false?
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B   Which of the following can be calculated only for a cone but not for a cylinder?
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B   Which of the following statements is true?   B View Solution
B   Identify the statement that is false for a prism.   B View Solution
B   Which of the statements is false for a pyramid?
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B   Which of the following is required to name a prism?
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B   Identify the statement that is true.   B View Solution
B   Which figure represents the right side view of the three-dimensional figure shown?
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B   The front, side, and top view of a three-dimensional figure is shown. Identify the figure.   B View Solution
B   Which figure represents the right side view of the three-dimensional figure?
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B   The front, side, and top view of a three-dimensional figure is shown. Identify the figure.   B View Solution
B   The front, side, and top view of a three-dimensional figure is shown. Identify the figure.   B View Solution
B   Which cube would the net fold into?
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B   Which net can be folded to form a rectangular prism?
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B   Which of the nets can be folded to form a triangular prism?
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B   Which of the nets can be folded to form a triangular pyramid?
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B   Which of the nets can be folded to form a cone?   B View Solution
B   Which of the nets can be folded to form a cone?
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