MATH13 Long Quiz 1
I. TRUE or FALSE (2 points each)
1. A quadrilateral is a portion of a plane bounded by four straight lines.
2. The hypotenuse of a right triangle is the side opposite the right angle.
3. The diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each othe
QUIZ 3
SOLID MENSURATION
1. Frustum. The flowerpot shown below has a uniform thickness of 3 in and is 1 ft high.
Find the amount of material needed to construct it.
2. Sphere. A spherical balloon is inflated so that its diameter is 40 ft. Find the surface
MATH13 - Long Quiz 1
MATH13 Long Quiz 1
I. TRUE or FALSE (2 points each)
1. A quadrilateral is a portion of a plane bounded by four straight lines.
2. The hypotenuse of a right triangle is the side opposite the right angle.
3. The diagonals of a parallelo
MATH13 Long Quiz 1
I. TRUE or FALSE (2 points each)
1. A quadrilateral is a portion of a plane bounded by four straight lines.
2. The hypotenuse of a right triangle is the side opposite the right angle.
3. The diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each othe
3/13/2011
Find the area remaining of a rectangular cloth if a circle is cut
from it, given its length and width which are 20 cm and 10 cm
respectively.
Ans. 121.4 cm 2
A wheel of a car of radius 21 cm is rotating at 600 rpm (rev/min).
What is the speed of
I.
Multiple Choices. Choose the best answer from the given choices. Shade the
letter of your answer on the answer sheet provided. (3pts. each)
How many sides does each polygon have in 1 and 2?
1. Octagon
a. 6
b. 7
c. 8
d. 9
2. Decagon
a. 10
b. 11
c. 12
d.
Lesson 5 PYRAMIDS AND CONES
Solids for which V = Bh
Week 7
MATH13-1
Solid Mensuration
PYRAMID
A pyramid is a polyhedron containing
triangular lateral faces with a common vertex
and a base which is a polygon.
A pyramid is a right pyramid if the line join
Lesson 4 PRISMS AND CYLINDERS
Solids for which V = Bh
Week 6
MATH13-1
Solid Mensuration
A prism is defined as a polyhedron with two
congruent bases that lie in parallel planes, and
whose every section that is parallel to a base
has the same area as that
Lesson 3 POLYHEDRONS
Week 5
MATH13-1
Solid Mensuration
DIHEDRAL ANGLES
The dihedral angle is the angle formed between
two intersecting planes. In the figure shown, the
two planes are called faces of the dihedral angle,
and the line of intersection between
Lesson 2.1: CIRCLES
Lesson 2.2 MISCELLANEOUS
PLANES
Week 3 and Week 4
Math 13
Solid Mensuration
2.1 CIRCLES
A circle is a set of points, each of which is
equidistant from a fixed point called the
center.
The line joining the center of a circle to any
po
SOLID MENSURATION
2nd Quarter SY 2012-2013
QUIZ NO. 3
I.
Write True or False. (3 points each)
1. The bases of a frustum of a cone are
parallel planes.
2. The frustum of a pyramid is a portion of a
pyramid obtained by passing a plane not
parallel to the ba
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Problem and solving
Topic
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Polyhedrons
Prisms
Cylinders
pyramids
Solid mensuration
with proofs
By
Willis f. kern
Associate professor of mathematics, retired,
U.S. naval academy
And
James r. bland
Late
LONG QUIZ NO.1
MATH13 SOLID MENSURATION
4th QUARTER SY 2011-2012
SET H
I.
Modified True/False. Write the word
TRUE if the statement is correct.
Otherwise, change the underline word(s)
to correct the statement. (2pts each)
II.
a. A simple polygon has multi
Lesson 4: PRISMS AND CYLINDERS
Solids for which V=Bh
Week 6
Math 13
Solid Mensuration
A prism is defined as a polyhedron with two
congruent bases that lie in parallel planes, and
whose every section that is parallel to a base
has the same area as that of
MATH13 Long Quiz 1
I.
TRUE or FALSE (2 points each)
1. A quadrilateral is a portion of a plane bounded by four straight lines.
2. The hypotenuse of a right triangle is the side opposite the right angle.
3. The diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each othe
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3rd Quarter 2011-2012
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MATH13
M (12 3 QUARTER A.Y. 2012-2013
Write True if the statement is correct, otherwise write False. R Two points each.
The axis of a circular cone is the line segment joining t
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