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**Unit 11 Study Guide
**

1. Each object below has the shape of a geometric solid. Write the name of each geometric solid.

a.

b.

2. How many faces does the cube have?

3. Mark Xs on the vertices of the pentagonal pyramid.

**4. How many edges does the cube have?
**

5. Write the name of the shape of the base of the geometric solid given below.

6. Describe the vertices, edges, faces, and bases of the geometric solid below.

**7. Find the volume of each stack of centimeter cubes.
**

a. Volume = _____ cm3

b. Volume = _____ cm3

**8. Choose the best estimate for the mass of the object.
**

Would a horse have mass of about 300 kilograms or 300 grams?

**9. Choose the most reasonable estimate for the following objects:
**

a. a glass of water

b. a comb

c. a lion

[A] a. 0.1 oz [B] a. 10 oz [C] a. 100 oz

b. 500 g b. 50 g b. 0.5 g

c. 3 kg c. 300 kg c. 30 kg

10. There are 5 blue, 1 green, and 4 red marbles in a bag. Choose one of the probability terms listed below to

describe the likelihood of each event.

impossible certain very unlikely likely

Without looking:

a. a green marble will be pulled from the bag. ____________

b. a blue marble will be pulled from the bag. ____________

c. a marble will be pulled from the bag. ____________

d. an orange marble will be pulled from the bag. ____________

11. There are 20 red, 5 blue, and 2 black balls in a bag. Choose one of the probability terms listed below to

describe the likelihood of each event.

impossible certain very unlikely likely

Without looking:

a. a blue ball will be pulled from the bag. ____________

b. a white ball will be pulled from the bag. ____________

c. a red ball will be pulled from the bag. ____________

d. a ball will be pulled from the bag. ____________

12. There are 3 red, 1 green, and 15 blue blocks in a bag. Choose one of the probability terms listed below to

describe the likelihood of each event.

impossible certain very unlikely likely

Without looking:

a. a blue block will be pulled from the bag. ____________

b. a green block will be pulled from the bag. ____________

c. a block will be pulled from the bag. ____________

**d. a yellow block will be pulled from the bag. ____________
**

13. There are 3 red, 9 blue, and 16 white buttons in a box. Choose one of the probability terms listed below to

describe the likelihood of each event.

impossible certain very unlikely likely

Without looking:

a. a red button will be drawn from the box. ____________

b. a button will be drawn from the box. ____________

c. a black button will be drawn from the box. ____________

d. a white button will be drawn from the box. ____________

**14. Calculate the volume of each rectangular prism.
**

Volume of rectangular prism = Area of base × height

V = B× h

a.

3 cm

6 cm

4 cm

Volume = cm3

Number model:

b.

6m

3m

2m

Volume = cm3

Number model:

15. Add.

b g

a. 17 + – 8 = _____

b. b – 21g + 3 = _____

c. _____ = – 9 + b – 18g

d. _____ = 7 + b – 7g

16. Subtract.

b g

a. 14 − – 8 = _____

b. – 24 − b + 9g = _____

c. _____ = – 2 − b – 3g

d. _____ = 13 − b – 5g

Multiply. Be sure to include the decimal point in your answer.

17. 6.2 ∗ 26 = _____

18. = 0.89 ∗ 65

Divide. Be sure to include the decimal point in your answer.

19. = 38.4 3

= 38.4/3

20. = 6.39 9

a. __________

[1] b. __________

[2] __________ faces

[3]

[4] __________ edges

[5]

[6]

a. Volume = _____ cm3

[7] b. Volume = _____ cm3

[8]

[9]

[10]

[11]

[12]

[13]

a. Volume = cm3

Number model:

b. Volume = m3

[14] Number model:

a. __________

b. __________

c. __________

[15] d. __________

a. __________

b. __________

c. __________

[16] d. __________

[17]

[18]

[19]

[20]

a. cube

[1] b. cone

[2] 6 faces

X

X X

X X

X

[3]

[4] 12 edges

[5] square

Sample answer: The number of vertices is 8, the shape of the base is square, the number of faces is 6, the

[6] number of edges is 12, and the two bases are congruent.

a. Volume = 27 cm3

[7] b. Volume = 30 cm3

[8] About: 300 kilograms

[9] [B]

a. very unlikely

b. likely

c. certain

[10] d. impossible

a. very unlikely

b. impossible

c. likely

[11] d. certain

a. likely

b. very unlikely

c. certain

[12] d. impossible

a. very unlikely

b. certain

c. impossible

[13] d. likely

a. Volume = 72 cm3

Number model: 4 × 6 × 3 = 72

b. Volume = 36 m3

[14] Number model: 2 × 3 × 6 = 36

a. 9

b. –18

c. –27

[15] d. 0

a. 22

b. – 33

c. 1

[16] d. 18

[17] 161.2

[18] 57.85

[19] 12.8

[20] 0.71

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