A square bottom measuring 4 cm on a side, and sides measuring 10 cm by 4 cm.

B)

A rectangular bottom measuring 10 cm by 4 cm, and sides measuring 10 cm by 10 cm.

C)

A rectangular bottom measuring 10 cm by 4 cm, and sides measuring 10 cm by 4 cm.

D)

A square bottom measuring 10 cm on a side, and sides measuring 10 cm by 4 cm.

6

A cereal box has a bottom measuring 8 cm by 20 cm, and a height of 30 cm. Find the surface area of the box.

A)

1000 m^{2}

B)

2000 m^{2}

C)

4800 m^{2}

D)

9600 m^{2}

7

A soup can has a diameter of 8 cm and a height of 12 cm. Find the area of sheet metal required to make the sides, top and bottom of the can.

A)

1005 m^{2}

B)

503 m^{2}

C)

402 m^{2}

D)

201 m^{2}

8

A chalet is built in the shape of a triangular prism with a base of 5.0 m, a slant height of 6.5 m, and a length of 6.0 m, as shown. Find the area of wood required for the rectangular roof sections, the triangular front and back walls, and the rectangular base.
(9.0K)

A)

138 m^{2}

B)

108 m^{2}

C)

64 m^{2}

D)

17.5 m^{2}

9

Sally has 1200 cm^{2} of construction paper to make a box. The maximum volume of the box that she could make with this paper is:

A)

1200 cm^{3}

B)

3600 cm^{3}

C)

1 000 000 cm^{3}

D)

8 000 000 cm^{3}

10

A new soda can is required to hold 500 cm^{3}of soda pop. The minimum surface area of this can is:

A)

125 cm^{2}

B)

250 cm^{2}

C)

349 cm^{2}

D)

1394 cm^{2}

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