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Wisdom Compound Abinsay St., Dumanlas, Buhangin, Davao City

3RD Periodical Examination ~ Math Grade IX

Name: ______________________________________ Date: ____________

Score: _________________

1.) Find the volume of this sphere, using the equation above, if it has a

diameter

of 4.

4m

length 10 mm and width 8 mm. Find the height h of the prism.

3.) The area of one square face of a cube is equal to 64 cm2. Find the volume of the

cube.

4.) Find the volume of the triangular prism shown in the diagram.

Write the name of each polygon:

Polygons

Triangle

Quadrilateral

Pentagon

Hexagon

Heptagon

Octagon

Nonagon

Decagon

Dodecagon

No. of

Sides

No. of

Triangles

Sum of the

Measures of

Angles

No. of

Diagonals

Test V Inequalities:

Solution:

3x + 2 > 12 x

Test VI FOIL (Multiplying Polynomials): Using the FOIL Process solve for the

area of each rectangles:

1.

2.

3.

ANSWER KEY

test I

1.) Worked example: Find the volume of this sphere, using the equation above, if it

has a diameter of 4.

Working:

Sum:

Answer:

Radius = 4 2 = 2

Volume = 4 x 3.14 x 2 x 2 x 2 3 = 33.49 (to 2 decimal places)

the Volume of this sphere is 33.49m3

Volume is given by by

volume = length * width * height = 10 mm * 8 mm * h = 3200 mm3

Solve for h

h = 3200 mm3 / 80 mm2 = 40 mm

s * s = 64 cm2

Solve for s

s = SQRT(64 cm2) = 8 cm

V = s3 = 83 = 512 cm3

4.

Solution:

test II

Test III

Test IV

test V

1.)

2.)

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