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Grade: 7,    Subject: Math,    Topic: Three-Dimensional Figures
 Question 1: Which is an example of polyhedron? Sphere Cylinder Prism Cone
 Question 2: Which of these has a single vertex? Sphere Cylinder Sphere and Cylinder Cone
 Question 3: Which of these statements is NOT correct? The faces of a polyhedron are all flat. A cube and a cone are both polyhedrons. A polyhedron is a three dimensional figure. Each face of a polyhedron is a polygon.
 Question 4: A ______________is a space figure with six faces, eight vertices, and opposite sides parallel. Pyramid Triangular prism Cylinder Rectangular prism
 Question 5: How many bases does the figure shown below have? One Two Three Five
 Question 6: Identify the figure shown below. Triangular Prism Pentagonal Pyramid Pentagonal Prism Rectangular pyramid
 Question 7: Identify the figure. Rectangular Prism Square Prism Square Pyramid Hexagonal Prism
 Question 8: What is TRUE about the figure? The figure is made up of a triangular prism and a rectangular pyramid. The figure is made up of a rectangular prism and a square pyramid. The figure is made up of a rectangular prism and a rectangular pyramid. The figure is made up of a square prism and a triangular pyramid.
 Question 9: How many faces does a triangular prism have? two five three four
 Question 10: What is TRUE about a triangular prism? It has one triangular base and three rectangular sides. It has two triangular bases and two triangular sides. It has two rectangular bases and one rectangular side. It has two triangular bases and three rectangular sides.
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