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 7.1 Prisms 7.2 Solids That Aren’t Prisms 7.3 Relating Length, Surface Area, and Volume 7.4 Inscribed Solids

 7.5 Solids Produced by Rotating Polygons 7.6 Key Formulas 7.7 Review Questions 7.8 Explanations
Review Questions
 1. If the length, width, and height of a rectangular solid are all doubled, by what factor is its surface area multiplied? (A) (B) (C) 4 (D) 6 (E) 8
 2. A cylinder is inscribed in a sphere. If the radius of the sphere is 5 and the height of the cylinder is 8, then what is the volume of the cylinder? (A) 80 (B) 110.82 (C) 187.25 (D) 226.19 (E) 267.30
 3. The volume of a cube is three times the volume of a sphere. What is the ratio of a side of the cube to the radius of the sphere? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 3
 4. A right triangle with legs 5 and 12 is rotated about the longer leg. What is the surface area of the solid formed? (A) 36Ï (B) 60Ï (C) 90Ï (D) 112Ï (E) 144Ï
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