Name: _______________________________ 2- and 3-Dimensional Figures Directions: Read

Name: _______________________________ 2- and 3-Dimensional Figures Directions: Read

Name: _______________________________ 2- and 3-Dimensional Figures Directions: Read each question. Circle the letter of the best answer. 1. How many faces does the figure below have? 4. The length of a triangles three sides are: 5 inches, 6 inches, and 5 inches. What kind of triangle is it? A. Equilateral B. Isosceles A. 5 C. Scalene B. 6 C. 8 D. 12 2. Which correctly describes the quadrilateral? 5. How many vertices does the figure below have? A. Square B. Rectangle C. Parallelogram D. All of the above A. 4 B. 5 C. 6 D. 8 3. Which triangle is shown? 6. Which 2-dimensional object is shown? A. Equilateral A. Rhombus B. Isosceles B. Parallelogram C. Right C. Rectangle D. Scalene D. Trapezoid Copyright 2011 Study Island - All rights reserved. 7. Which choice shows all of the names of the figure? 10. How many edges does the figure below have?

A. Rectangle only A. 6 B. Parallelogram only B. 10 C. Rectangle and parallelogram C. 12 D. Rectangle, parallelogram, and trapezoid D. 18 8. How many edges does the figure below have? 11. Which describes the figure below? A. 6 A. Triangular prism B. 8 B. Rectangular prism C. 11 C. Triangular pyramid D. 12 D. Rectangular pyramid 9. Which describes the figure below? 12. How many faces does the figure below have? A. Hexagonal prism A. 8 B. Hexagonal pyramid B. 10 C. Octagonal prism C. 16 D. Octagonal pyramid D. 24 Copyright 2011 Study Island - All rights reserved. Name: _______________________________ 2- and 3-Dimensional Figures Answer Key

Directions: Read each question. Circle the letter of the best answer. 1. How many faces does the figure below have? 4. A length of a triangles three sides are: 5 inches, 6 inches, and 5 inches. What kind of triangle is it? A. Equilateral B. Isosceles A. 5 C. Scalene B. 6 C. 8 D. 12 2. Which correctly describes the quadrilateral below? 5. How many vertices does the figure below have? A. Square A. 4 B. Rectangle B. 5 C. Parallelogram C. 6 D. All of the above D. 8 3. Which triangle is shown below? 6. Which 2-dimensional object is shown below? A. Equilateral B. Isosceles C. Right D. Scalene A. Rhombus B. Parallelogram C. Rectangle D. Trapezoid Copyright 2011 Study Island - All rights reserved. 7. Which shows all of the names of the figure below? 10. How many edges does the figure below have?

A. Rectangle only A. 6 B. Parallelogram only B. 10 C. Rectangle and parallelogram C. 12 D. Rectangle, parallelogram, and trapezoid D. 18 8. How many edges does the figure below have? 11. Which describes the figure below? A. 6 A. Triangular prism B. 8 B. Rectangular prism C. 11 C. Triangular pyramid D. 12 D. Rectangular pyramid 9. Which describes the figure below? 12. How many faces does the figure below have? A. Hexagonal prism A. 8 B. Hexagonal pyramid B. 10 C. Octagonal prism C. 16 D. Octagonal pyramid D. 24 Copyright 2011 Study Island - All rights reserved.

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