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MATH 6.5 SOLID MENSURATION
PRELIM EXAMINATION
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ERASURES.

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I. MULTIPLE CHOICE. Write the CAPITAL letter of the correct answer on the space provided. Write
1. Which of the following is considered a solid figure?
II. PO. Trapezoid
PA. Circle
PP. Rhombus
WE.
Prism
2. The faces of the dihedral angle are ____________________________.
III. FI. Planes
BE. Points
SI. Angles
LY. Lines
3. If the dimensions of a certain solid figure are equal then the figure is a
IV. HE. Prism
KA. Rectangular Parallelepiped
ND. Cube
BE.
Cylinder
4. Which of the following is NOT a solid whose volume is the product of its base area and
height?
V. TI. Prism
DR. Cylinder
GI. Cube
WA.
Pyramid
5. It is a prism whose lateral edges are perpendicular to its bases.
VI. RL. Cube
YS. Right Prism
ON. Triangular Prism
KO.
Parallelepiped

VII.

For numbers 6 10. Show your solution for every problem. Every correct solution is
worth 7 points. (Put your complete solutions at the back of this paper.)

6. A largest circle should be cut from a square of edge 4 inches, what is the area of the
material wasted?
VIII.
PO. 3.34 sq. in.
PA. 12.566 sq. in. PP. 6.283 sq. in.
WE.
9.717
sq. in.
7. A vegetable bin built in the form of a cube with an edge of 6 ft. is divided by a vertical
partition which
IX. passes through two diagonally opposite edges. Find the lateral surface area of either
compartment.
X. FI. 54 sq. ft.
BE. 136.48 sq. ft. SI. 36 sq. ft.
LY.
122.91 sq. ft.
8. If an edge of a cube is increased by 33%, how much is the total surface area increased?
XI. HE. 76.89%
KA. 75.18%
ND. 66%
BE. 80%
9. A packaging box 2.2 ft by 4.9 ft. by 5.5 ft. is to be completely covered by with tin. How
many square feet of the metals are needed?
XII.
TI. 59.29 sq. ft.
DR. 99.66 sq. ft. GI. 30.57 sq.ft.
WA.
51.23 sq. ft.
10.A trough has triangular ends which lie in parallel planes. The top of the trough is a
horizontal rectangle 6 ft by 16 ft, and the depth of the trough is 4 ft. What is the area of
the wetted surface when the depth of the water is 3 ft.?
XIII.
RL. 96 sq. ft.
YS. 34.64 sq. ft.
ON. 191.38 sq. ft. KO. 187.08
sq. ft.

XIV.
XV.

TRUE OR FALSE. Write vvwv if the statement is TRUE, otherwise write vwwv. [3 points
each]

Prepared by:
Alvin M. Sevilla, M.Sc.
Instructor

Checked by:
Japheth Jay O. Vergara, REE
Department Chairman, EE

Noted by:
Flordeliza G. Alburo,
Ph.D.
DEAN, CEIT

1. If, in two solids of equal altitude the sections made by planes parallel to and at the
same distance from their respective bases are always equal, the volume of the solids
are equal.
2. Through one straight line, infinite number of planes may be passed.
3. Every point in a plane bisecting a dihedral angle is equally distant from the edges of
the angle.
4. The opposite lateral faces of a rectangular parallelepiped are equal and parallel.
5. The intersections of two parallel planes by a third plane are perpendicular lines.
6. The edges of prism are equal polygons.
7. Two straight lines perpendicular to the same plane are parallel.
8. The parallel edges of a rectangular parallelepiped are unequal.
9. If three or more planes meet at a point, they form a dihedral angle.
10.Two planes are perpendicular to each other if they form a right dihedral angle.

XVI.
XVII.

Don't worry about moving slowly, worry about standing still. -- Chinese proverb
Always dare to learn, dont be stagnant. GOD BLESS! sir ALVIN

Prepared by:
Alvin M. Sevilla, M.Sc.
Instructor

Checked by:
Japheth Jay O. Vergara, REE
Department Chairman, EE

Noted by:
Flordeliza G. Alburo,