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Modeling Objects with Geometric Shapes

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Which geometric shape can you model your computer screen with?

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1. Which geometric shape can you model a soup can with?

2. Elizabeth is working on making a cover for her sofa cushion. She models her cushion with a rectangular prism. Which equation will help her figure out how much fabric she needs to get to cover her sofa cushion completely?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Use this short quiz and worksheet combo to see if you understand how real-world objects can be modeled by geometric shapes. Our quiz questions will test you on identifying the geometric objects connected to the example questions and which equations to use to solve the problems identified.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Our quiz questions will ask you about the following topics:

  • Which geometric shape you can model your computer screen with
  • The geometric shape you can model a soup can with
  • The equation used for a rectangular prism practice problem
  • How to find the area of a geometric shape when given its dimensions
  • How to calculate how much wrapping paper it would take to wrap a basketball

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the equation used for a rectangular prism
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about which equations to use to solve real-world problems involving geometric shapes
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related modeling objects with geometric shapes lesson
  • Making connections - use understanding of the concept of how real-life problems can be solved by modeling geometric shapes

Additional Learning

Check out our lesson Modeling Objects with Geometric Shapes to learn more about this intriguing topic. Once you've read this lesson, you should understand how to answer all these quiz questions plus:

  • The equations for the volume of a cube and the circumference of a circle
  • How to identify which equations you need in order to solve your real-world geometric shape problems
Final Exam
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Ohio EOCE - Geometry: Modeling
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