Drawing 3D Shapes Worksheet

Drawing 3D Shapes Worksheet
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 1.  
Which of the figures shows the top, the front, and the right views of the solid represented by the base plan?

a.
Figure 1 and Figure 3
b.
Figure 3
c.
Figure 2
d.
Figure 1


Solution:

Figure 1 suits the top, front, and the right views of the base plan.

Therefore, Figure 1 is the correct answer.


Correct answer : (4)
 2.  
Identify the three-dimensional figure that has the right, the top, and the front views shown.


a.
Figure 2
b.
Figure 1 and Figure 3
c.
Figure3
d.
Figure 1


Solution:

Figure1 suits the question given.

Therefore, figure 1 is the correct answer.


Correct answer : (4)
 3.  
Which of the figures is not a possible view of a prism whose base is a right triangle?

a.
Figure 1
b.
Figure 2
c.
Figure 3
d.
None of the above


Solution:

A right triangular prism can have no other triangle at its base except a right triangle.

A right triangular prism has two right triangular bases and three rectangular (or square) faces.

Figure 3 is not a possible view of the prism whose base is a right triangle.


Correct answer : (3)
 4.  
Which of the figures is the top view of the solid?


a.
Figure 1
b.
Figure 2
c.
Figure 3
d.
None of the above


Solution:

The view of any solid with respect to a plane will be two dimensional.

So, only figures 1 and 3 are the views of the solid.

Figure 1 is the front view of the solid since the rectangles correspond to the side faces of the solid.

Figure 3 is the top view of the solid, as the squares correspond to the top faces (squares) of the solid.


Correct answer : (3)
 5.  
Which of the following is the front view of the solid?

a.
Figure 1
b.
Figure 2
c.
Figure 3
d.
None of the above


Solution:

The view of a solid with respect to a plane will be two dimensional.

Figure 1 is the front view of the solid, since the 7 polygons correspond to the 7 front faces of the solid.

Figure 3 has three rectangles and this does not correspond to the front view of the solid.


Correct answer : (1)
 6.  
Which of the figures is not a possible view of a square pyramid?


a.
Figure 1, Figure 2 and Figure 3
b.
Figure 2 only
c.
Figure 1 only
d.
Figure 3 only


Solution:

Figure 1 is not any view of the square pyramid.

Figure 2 is the front or side view of the pyramid.

Figure 3 is the top view of the pyramid.


Correct answer : (3)
 7.  
Choose which figure(s) could be the possible views of a cylinder.

a.
2 only
b.
3 only
c.
1 and 2
d.
1 only


Solution:

Figure 1 is the front view of a cylinder

Figure 2 is the right view of a cylinder.

The third figure does not represent any view of cylinder.


Correct answer : (3)
 8.  
The shape of the base and the height of each part are shown by ____________.
a.
Base plan
b.
Top view
c.
Front view
d.
Isometric view


Solution:

The base plan shows the shape of the base and height of each part.


Correct answer : (1)
 9.  
The ___________ is the corner view of the figure.
a.
top view
b.
front view
c.
isometric view
d.
right view


Solution:

The Isometric view is the corner view of a figure.


Correct answer : (3)
 10.  
The _______, ________ and ________ views are used to analyze a three-dimensional structure.
a.
Top, front and isometric views
b.
Top, front and right views
c.
Top, front and rear views
d.
None of the above


Solution:

The top, front and right views are used to analyze a three-dimensional structure.


Correct answer : (2)

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