# 2D and 3D shape: Classifying shapes

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1. In this lesson, we will identify, compare and classify 2D and 3D shapes based on their properties.

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
I have 6 faces. I have 8 vertices.I have 12 edges. My faces are all the same shape. What 3-D shape am I?
Correct answer: Cube
Pyramid
Sphere
Q2.
I have 1 curved face. I have 2 circular faces. I have 0 vertices. What 3-D shape am I?
Cube
Correct answer: Cylinder
Square based pyramid
Q3.
I have 6 faces. I have 8 vertices. 4 of my faces are rectangles. 2 of my faces are squares. I have 12 edges. What 3-D shape am I?
Cube
Correct answer: Cuboid
Pyramid
Q4.
I have 5 faces. 4 of my faces are triangles. I have a square base. I have 5 vertices. I have 8 edges. What 3-D shape am I?
Cylinder
Correct answer: Square based pyramid
Tetrahedron
Q5.
I have 1 curved face. I have 1 circular face. I have 1 vertex. What 3-D shape am I?
Correct answer: Cone
Cylinder
Sphere

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
How many vertices can be found on a rectangular prism?
10
4
6
Correct answer: 8
Q2.
What shape is represented by this part image?
Cube
Rectangular prism
Sphere
Correct answer: Triangular prism
Q3.
How many edges does an octagonal prism have?
16
Correct answer: 24
32
8
Q4.
How many faces does a square based pyramid have?
2
3
4
Correct answer: 5
Q5.
True or false: A sphere has 1 edge.
Correct answer: False
True