Area, Volume & Perimeter Quiz

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This quiz tests some of the basic concepts and formulae for calculating the dimensions of various shapes
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Question 1

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A cube has side length of 8cm. What is its volume?
Answer
  • 64cm3
  • 128cm3
  • 256cm3
  • 512cm3

Question 2

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A circle has a radius of 40cm. What is its circumference?
Answer
  • 40πcm
  • 80πcm
  • 160πcm
  • 1600πcm

Question 3

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What is the perimeter of this shape?
Answer
  • 36cm
  • 40cm
  • 42cm
  • 48cm

Question 4

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A cone has a base radius of 5cm and a height of 30cm. What is its volume?
Answer
  • 150πcm3
  • 180πcm3
  • 250πcm3
  • 300πcm3

Question 5

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What is the volume of this cuboid?
Answer
  • 13.75cm3
  • 16.125cm
  • 18.875cm
  • 21.875cm

Question 6

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A hemisphere has a diameter of 24m. What is its volume?
Answer
  • 768πm3
  • 1152πm3
  • 1728πm3
  • 2304πm3

Question 7

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A cylinder of height of 20cm and a volume of 980πcm3. What is its radius?
Answer
  • 7cm
  • 14cm
  • 28m
  • 49cm

Question 8

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The ratio of two circles radii is 2:1. If the smaller circles area is 30cm2, what is the area of the larger circle
Answer
  • 60cm
  • 90cm
  • 120cm
  • 180cm

Question 9

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A cone of height 12cm and base radius 7cm is larger than a cuboid of sides 9cm, 8cm, 8cm.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 10

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What is the perimeter of this shape?
Answer
  • 55mm
  • 60mm
  • 65mm
  • 70mm
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