10 Questions
What is the formula for the surface area of a cube?
6s²
What is the formula for the surface area of a pyramid?
2(bh) + b²
What is the formula for the surface area of a sphere?
4πr²
What is the formula for the surface area of a cylinder?
2πr (r + h)
What is the formula for the surface area of a rectangular prism?
(lw + lh + wh)
Match the following solid figures with their corresponding surface area formulas:
Cube = 2πr (r + h) Cylinder = 6s² Rectangular Prism = (lw + lh + wh) x2 Pyramid = πr (l + r)
Match the following solid figures with their corresponding surface area formulas:
Sphere = (lw + lh + wh) x2 Cylinder = 4πr2 Pyramid = 2 (bh) + b2 Rectangular Prism = 2πr (r + h)
Match the following solid figures with their corresponding surface area formulas:
Cone = 6s² Cube = πr (l + r) Pyramid = 2πr (r + h) Rectangular Prism = 2 (bh) + b2
Match the following solid figures with their corresponding surface area formulas:
Rectangular Prism = 4πr2 Cylinder = πr (l + r) Pyramid = 6s² Sphere = (lw + lh + wh) x2
Match the following solid figures with their corresponding surface area formulas:
Pyramid = 4πr2 Cone = (lw + lh + wh) x2 Cube = 2πr (r + h) Sphere = 2 (bh) + b2
Study Notes
Solid Figures Formulas
- Cube: The surface area is 6s², where s is the side length of the cube.
- Rectangular Prism: The surface area is (lw + lh + wh), where l is the length, w is the width, and h is the height.
- Pyramid: The surface area is (2(bh) + b²), where b is the base and h is the height.
- Cylinder: The surface area is 2πr (r + h), where r is the radius and h is the height.
- Cone: The surface area is πr (l + r), where r is the radius and l is the slant height.
- Sphere: The surface area is 4πr², where r is the radius.
Test your knowledge of formulas for calculating the surface area of different solid figures, including cubes, rectangular prisms, pyramids, cylinders, cones, and spheres. Learn to apply these formulas to solve problems. Improve your math skills!
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