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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region IV-A –CALABARZON
Division of Laguna
Nagcarlan District
KABUBUHAYAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

FORTH PERIODICAL EXAMINATION IN MATHEMATICS VI

NAME: _______________________________________ LRN: _____________________


GRADE & SECTION: _____________________________ TEACHER: _________________

DIRECTION: Read each item carefully. Choose the best answer among the choices given and shade the number
of the correct answer.
1. Which of the following is the formula in finding the volume of rectangular prism?
① V = S³ ② V = Bh/3 ③ V = S³/3 ④ V = lwh
2. Which of the following is the formula in finding the volume of rectangular Pyramid?
① V = S³ ② V = lwh/3 ③ V = S³/3 ④ V = lwh
3. Which of the following is the formula in finding the volume of cylinder?
① V = ∏r²h/3 ② V = 2∏rh ③ V = ∏r²h ④ V = 2∏r²h/3
4. Which of the following is the formula in finding the volume of cone?
① V = ∏r²h/3 ② V = 2∏rh ③ V = ∏r²h ④ V = 2∏r²h/3
5. Which of the following is the formula in finding the volume of cube?
① V = S³ ② V = Bh/3 ③ V = S³/3 ④ V = lwh
6. Which of the following is the formula in finding the volume of sphere?
① V = ∏r²h/3 ② V = 2∏rh ③ V = ∏r²h ④ V = 4∏r³/3
7.Calculate the Volume of cylinder if r = 2 cm and h = 5 cm
① V = 62.08 cm³ ② V = 62.08 cm² ③ V = 62.8 cm³ ④ V = 62.8 cm²
8.Calculate the Volume of cylinder if r = 4 cm and h = 8 cm
① V = 401.92 cm³ ② V = 401.92 cm² ③ V = 401.29 cm³ ④ V = 401.29 cm²
9. Find the volume of a cylinder whose radius is 5m and it’s height is 3m.
① V = 253.5 m³ ② V = 253.5 m² ③ V = 235.5 m² ④ V = 235.5 m³
10. What is the volume of a cylinder if the radius is 4 m and height is 6 m?
① V = 301.44 m² ② V = 301.44 m³ ③ V = 31.44 m² ④ V = 31.44 m³
11. Calculate the volume of a cone if the height is 12 cm and the radius is 7 cm.
① V = 616 cm² ② V = 61.6 cm³ ③ V = 6.16 cm² ④ V = 616 cm³
12. Find the volume of the cone.
① V = 471 ② V = 4.71 ③ V = 157 ④ V = 1.57
13. Given a cone with the height of 10cm and the base radius of 9cm. Find the volume of this cone. Take π
as 3.14.
① 8.4 cm² ② 8.4 cm³ ③847.8 cm² ④847.8 cm³
14. Given a cone with the volume of 56.52in3 and height of 6in. Find the base radius of this cone. Take π as
3.14.
① 3 in³ ② 3 in ③ 2 in³ ④ 2 in
For. Item nos. 15 – 17.
Find the volume of the following figure.

15. ① 48 cm² 16. ①80 cm


② 4.8 cm ②80 m
③ 48 cm³ ③ 80 cm²
④ 48 cm ④ 80 cm³

17. ① 1238.17 cm²


② 1238.17 cm³
③ 1238.17 cm
④ 123.817 cm

18. Find the volume of a pyramid with a rectangular base measuring 6 cm by 4 cm and height 10 cm.
① 80cm ② 80 cm³ ③ 80cm² ④ 80m³
19. Calculate the volume of sphere with radius 4 cm.
① 268.19 m² ② 268.19 cm ③ 268.19 m ④ 268.19 cm³
20. Find the volume of the given figure below.
① 113.04 cm²
② 113.04 cm³
③ 113.04 cm
④ 113.04 cm

21. Given a sphere with the radius 7cm. Find the volume of this sphere. Take π as 3.14.
①1436.03 cm² ②1436.03 cm ③1436.03m ④1436.03cm³
22. The tank is spherical in shape. The radiua of the tank is 7 meters. What is the volume?
① V = 1437.33 m³ ② V = 1437.33 m² ③ V = 1331.44 m² ④ V = 1331.44 m³
23. Find the volume of the sphere. Round to the nearest cubic meter.

① 2144 cm²
② 2144 m
③ 2144 m³
④ 214.4 m³
24. Find the volume of a cube whose sides are 8 meters.
① V = 5.12 m³ ② V = 51.2 m³ ③ V = 0.512 m³ ④ V = 512 m³
25. A cubic box has sides with 15 cm. what is the volume of the box?
① V = 3375 m³ ② V = 33.75 m³ ③ V = 3.375 m³ ④ V = 337.5 m³
26. What is the volume of a rectangular prism whose length is 12 m, width is 10 m and hieght is 5 meters?
① V = 1255 m³ ② V = 1260 m³ ③ V = 1265 m³ ④ V = 1270 m³

27. Find the volume of the Rectangular Prism.

① 120 cm³
② 110 cm³
③ 120.04 cm
④ 123.4 cm
28. Give the volume of the rectangular prism below.
① 9 cm³
② 20 cm³
③ 20 cm
④ 9 cm
29. Which of the following is the formula in finding the surface area of a cube?
① S.A. = 6S³ ② S.A. = S² ③ S.A. = 6S² ④ S.A. = S³
30. Find the surface area of a cube , the lateral face or outer surface of which are bounded by length of 5
cm.
① S.A. = 150 cm ② S.A. = 125 cm² ③ S.A. = 125 cm ④ S.A. = 150 cm²
31. Find the surface area of a cube with a side of length 3 cm.
① S.A. = 54 cm ② S.A. = 54 cm² ③ S.A. = 27 cm ④ S.A. = 27 cm²
32. A box with 15 cm as the length of the side. Give the surface area.
① S.A. = 1350 cm³ ② S.A. = 1350 cm² ③ S.A. = 1350 m² ④ S.A. = 1350 m³
33. A cube which measures 1.2 cm . Find the surface area.
① S.A. = 8.64 m³ ② S.A. = 8.64 m² ③ S.A. = 8.64 cm² ④ S.A. = 8.64cm³
34. Which of the following is the formula in finding the surface area of rectangular prism?
① S.A. = 6S³ ② S.A. = 2(lw+lh+wh) ③ S.A. = lwh ④ S.A. = S²
35. Find the surface area of a rectangular prism with a length of 6 cm, a width of 4 cm, and a height of 2
cm.
① S.A. = 8.8 m³ ② S.A. = 8.8 m² ③ S.A. = 88 cm² ④ S.A. = 88 cm³
36. Find the surface area of a rectangular prism whose length is 7cm, width is 4 cm, and thickness is 5 cm.
① S.A. = 166 cm ² ② S.A. = 166 cm³ ③ S.A. = 83 cm² ④ S.A. = 83 cm³
For NOS. 37-38. Find the surface area of the following rectangular prism:
37. l = 0.6m w = 2m h = 0.4 m
① S.A. = 2.24 m ² ② S.A. = 2.24 m³ ③ S.A. = 4.48 m² ④ S.A. = 4.48 m³
38. l =10 cm w =7cm h= 6cm
① S.A. = 344 cm ² ② S.A. = 344 cm³ ③ S.A. = 172 cm² ④ S.A. = 172 m³
39. Which of the following is the formula in finding the surface area of cylinder?
①S.A. = ∏r²+∏rh ②S.A. = 2∏r+∏rh ③S.A. = ∏r²+2∏rh ④ S.A. = 2∏r²+2∏rh
40. Find the surface area of a cylinder with a radius of 2 cm, and a height of 1 cm.
①S.A. = 37.68 cm³ ②S.A. = 37.68 cm² ③S.A. = 3.768 cm³ ④ S.A. = 3768 cm²
41. Find the lateral surface area of a cylinder with a base radius of 3 inches and a height of 9 inches.
①S.A. = 169.64 cm³ ②S.A. = 169.64 cm² ③S.A. = 16.964 cm³ ④ S.A. = 16.964 cm²
42. Find the total surface area of a cylinder with a base radius of 5 inches and a height of 7 inches.
①S.A. = 37.699 inches³ ②S.A. = 37.699 inches² ③S.A. = 376.99 inches³ ④ S.A. = 376.99 inches²
43. Find the total surface area of a cylindrical tin of radius 17 cm and height 3 cm.
①S.A. = 2136.56cm³ ②S.A. = 2136.56 cm² ③S.A. = 21.3656 cm³ ④ S.A. = 21.3656 cm²
44. Which of the following is the formula in finding the surface area of sphere?
①S.A. = 4𝜋𝑟² ②S.A. = 4𝜋𝑟 ③S.A. = 4𝜋𝑟³ ④ S.A. = 𝜋𝑟²
45. Find the surface area of a Sphere with radius of 6ft.
①S.A. = 452.16ft² ②S.A. = 452.16ft ③S.A. = 452.16ft³ ④ S.A. = 45216ft²

For nos. 46 – 50. Find the electrical consumption for the following:
46. Previous: 5035 Present: 5534 ① 499 kph ② 10569 kph ③ 49.9 kph ④10569 kph
47. Previous: 7098 Present: 7986 ① 8.88 kph ② 17084 kph ③ 888 kph ④ 17084 kph
48. Previous: 3478 Present: 4089 ① 75.67 kph ② 7567 kph ③ 61.1 kph ④ 611 kph
49. Previous: 6709 Present: 7095 ① 38.6 kph ② 386 kph ③ 13804 kph ④ 138.04 kph
50. Previous: 2703 Present: 3645 ① 942 kph ② 9.42 kph ③ 6348 kph ④ 63.48 kph
GOOD LUCK!!!

Subject Matter ( Skills ) Number of Days Number of Items PERCENT


1. determines the 1 2 4% 1-2
relationship of the
volume between a
rectangular prism and a
pyramid
2. determines the 1 2 4% 3-4
relationship of the
volume between a
cylinder and a cone.
3. derives the formula for 1 2 4% 5-6
finding the volume of
sphere.
4. finds the volume of 2 4 8% 7-10
cylinders
5. finds the volume of 2 4 8% 11-14
cones 2 4 8% 15-18
6. finds the volume of
pyramids 2 5 10% 19-23
7. finds the volume of
spheres. 2 5 10% 24-28
8. Finds the volume of a
given cube and
rectangular prism. 2 5 10% 29-33
9. Deriving Formulas and
Solving for the Surface
Area of a Cube 2 5 10% 34-38
10.Deriving Formulas and
Solving for the Surface
Area of a Rectangular
Prism 2 5 10% 39-43
11.Deriving Formulas and
Solving for the Surface
Area of a Cylinder 1 2 4% 44-45
12.Deriving Formulas and
Solving for the Surface
Area of a Sphere 2 5 10% 46-50
13.READING &
INTERPRETING ELECTRIC
METER
TOTAL 22 50 100 %

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