Basic Formulas for Two- and Three-Dimensional Figures

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Which one of the following measurements would be appropriate for the area of a circle?

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1. What is the perimeter of a triangle with sides that are 6, 7, and 8 inches?

2. Which one of the following does not use Pi in its formula?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Try this short quiz/worksheet to practice using geometric formulas for various two-dimensional and three-dimensional figures, such as circles, triangles and spheres. The quiz has five questions that will challenge you to find a variety of measurements.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The quiz/worksheet will ask you questions about:

  • Measurement units for the area of a circle
  • Finding the perimeter of a triangle and the volume of a sphere
  • Shapes that use Pi in their formulas
  • The LWH formula

Skills Practiced

  • Problem solving - use acquired knowledge to solve practice problems involving the perimeter and volume of various shapes
  • Knowledge application - apply your understanding of geometric formulas to determine which shape in a group uses the LWH formula
  • Distinguishing differences - differentiate between geometric shapes that do and do not use Pi in their formulas

Additional Learning

To review more formulas, check out the related lesson called Basic Formulas for Two- and Three-Dimensional Figures. The lesson covers several learning objectives, including:

  • Recognize one of the main tasks in geometry
  • Interpret example problems that use different geometric formulas
  • See how you could apply geometry formulas in the real world
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