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# 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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.