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Lesson 1 Question 1

Complete this shape by reflecting it over the dotted line.

Describe the position of the line.

Lesson 1 Question 2

Complete this shape by reflecting it over the dotted line.

Describe the position of the line.

Lesson 1 Question 3

Complete this shape by reflecting it over the dotted line.

Describe the position of the line.

Lesson 1 Question 4

Determine the number of lines symmetry found in this picture from the natural world.

A butterfly:

Lesson 1 Question 5

Determine the number of lines symmetry found in this picture from the natural world.

A turtle:

Lesson 1 Question 6

Determine the number of lines symmetry found in this picture from the natural world.

Lesson 1 Question 7

Determine the number of lines symmetry found in this picture from the natural world.

Lesson 1 Question 8

Name as many words as you can that have symmetry. For example, MOM has horizontal symmetry and BEE has vertical symmetry.

Lesson 1 Question 9

Determine the number of lines symmetry, if any, found in this picture. Draw the lines of symmetry.

Lesson 1 Question 10

Determine the number of lines symmetry, if any, found in this picture. Draw the lines of symmetry.

Lesson 1 Question 11

Determine the number of lines symmetry, if any, found in this picture. Draw the lines of symmetry.

Lesson 1 Question 12

Determine the number of lines symmetry, if any, found in this picture. Draw the lines of symmetry.

Lesson 1 Question 13

Determine the number of lines symmetry, if any, found in this picture. Draw the lines of symmetry.

Lesson 1 Question 14

Determine the number of lines symmetry, if any, found in this picture. Draw the lines of symmetry.

Lesson 1 Question 15

Determine the number of lines symmetry, if any, found in this picture. Draw the lines of symmetry.

Lesson 1 Question 16

Determine the number of lines symmetry, if any, found in this picture. Draw the lines of symmetry.

Lesson 1 Question 17

Determine the number of lines symmetry, if any, found in this picture. Draw the lines of symmetry.

Lesson 1 Question 18

Determine the number of lines symmetry, if any, found in this picture. Draw the lines of symmetry.

Lesson 1 Question 19

Determine the number of lines symmetry, if any, found in this picture. Draw the lines of symmetry.

Lesson 1 Question 20

Determine the number of lines symmetry, if any, found in this picture. Draw the lines of symmetry.

Lesson 1 Question 21

Draw the lines of symmetry for the following shape.

Lesson 1 Question 22

Draw the lines of symmetry for the following shape.

Lesson 1 Question 23

Draw the lines of symmetry for the following shape.

Lesson 1 Question 24

Draw the lines of symmetry for the following shape.

Lesson 2 Question 1

Find the surface area of a cone with a height of 10 cm, and a radius of 2 cm.

Lesson 2 Question 2

Find the surface area of a cone with a height of 2 cm and a radius of 7 cm.

Lesson 2 Question 3

Find the surface area of a sphere of radius 3 cm.

Lesson 2 Question 4

Find the surface area of a sphere of diameter 10 cm.

Lesson 2 Question 5

Find the surface area of a sphere of radius 7 cm.

Lesson 2 Question 6

Draw this figure, label it, write down an appropriate formula and determine the surface area. Round your answer to one decimal.

- Determine the surface area of a cube with side length .

- Let be the length of a side of a cube. If the dimensions are doubled, calculate the new surface area of the cube.

Lesson 2 Question 7

Draw this figure, label it, write down an appropriate formula and determine the surface area. Round your answer to one decimal.

Determine the surface area of a cylinder with a height of 8 cm and a radius of 3 cm.

Lesson 2 Question 8

Draw this figure, label it, write down an appropriate formula and determine the surface area. Round your answer to one decimal.

Determine the surface area of an isosceles triangular prism, where the rectangular base is 8 cm and its width is 12 cm. The height of the triangle is 5 cm.

Lesson 2 Question 9

- a) The edge length of a cube is 5 cm. Determine the surface area.

- b) If the dimensions are doubled, guess the new surface area.

- c) If the dimensions are doubled, calculate the new surface area.

Lesson 2 Question 10

- A rectangular prism has dimensions 4 cm, 3cm, and 10 cm. Determine the surface area.

- If the dimensions are doubled,
the new surface area.**estimate**

- If the dimensions are doubled,
the new surface area.**calculate**

Lesson 2 Question 11

- The diameter of a cylinder is with a height of . Determine the surface area.

- Assume that the diameter of the cylinder is with a height of If the dimensions are doubled, calculate the new surface area.

Lesson 2 Question 12

Determine the surface area of a rectangular prism with the following dimensions; length 8 cm, height 2 cm and width 4 cm.

Lesson 2 Question 13

Determine the surface area of a rectangular prism with the following dimensions; length 2 cm, height 5 cm and width 7 cm.

Lesson 2 Question 14

Determine the surface area of a rectangular prism with the following dimensions; length 9 cm, height 5 cm and width 2 cm.

Lesson 2 Question 15

Determine the surface area of a cube with side length of 4cm.

Lesson 2 Question 16

Determine an expression to represent the surface area of the rectangular prism.

Lesson 2 Question 17

Determine an expression to represent the surface area of the rectangular prism.

Lesson 2 Question 18

Determine the surface area of the cylinder with diameter 8 cm and height of 6 cm without a lid.

Lesson 2 Question 19

Determine the surface area of the cylinder with diameter 4 cm and height of 10 cm.

Lesson 2 Question 20

Determine the surface area of the cylinder with diameter 8 cm and height of 6 cm.

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