EQAO MC Measurement

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Math with Monkeys
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Question 1

Question
Yin measures a solid cylinder and a solid cone and finds that the solids have the same height and the same base diameter. Which of the following statements is true?
Answer
  • The volume of the cylinder is equal to three times the volume of the cone.
  • The total surface areas of the cylinder and cone are the same
  • The volumes of the cylinder and cone are the same
  • The total surface area of the cylinder is equal to three times the total surface area of the cone.

Question 2

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Juan shows the steps he took in rearranging a formula. In which step did Juan make an error?
Answer
  • step 1
  • step 2
  • step 3
  • step 4

Question 3

Question
A picture measures 30 cm by 15 cm. The mat around the picture is 10 cm wide as shown. Find the area of the mat.

Question 4

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The figure below shows the dimensions of a ten. What is the total area of the walls not he two sides and the two ends, correct to the nearest square metre?

Question 5

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Two different stores sell coffee in cylindrical packages. The prices and dimensions of the packages from the two stores are shown below.

Question 6

Question
Triangle KML is shown. Which of the following is closest to the perimeter of triangle KLM?
Answer
  • 12.6 cm
  • 16.3 cm
  • 17.5 cm
  • 21.0 cm

Question 7

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If the perimeter of this rectangle is 120 units, what is its area in square units?
Answer
  • 675
  • 900
  • 1225
  • 2700

Question 8

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If the diameter of a volleyball is three times the diameter of a tennis ball, which statement below is true?
Answer
  • The volume of the volleyball is 3 times the volume of the tennis ball.
  • The volume of the volleyball is 9 times the volume of the tennis ball.
  • The surface area of the volleyball is 9 times the surface area of the tennis ball.
  • The surface area of the volleyball is 27 times the surface area of the tennis ball.
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