# Coordinates and shapes: To solve problems involving 3D shapes

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1. In this lesson, we will use our knowledge of 3-D shapes and their nets in order to solve problems.

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### 4 Questions

Q1.
Which 2-D shapes make the net of a cuboid?
Correct answer: 2 squares, 4 rectangles
4 squares, 2 rectangles
6 identical rectangles
Q2.
Which 3-D shape's net is shown below?
Correct answer: Cone
Cylinder
Sphere
Q3.
What 3-D shape will be made with a net of 4 triangles?
Square based pyramid
Correct answer: Tetrahedron
Triangular prism
Q4.
Will this net fold to make a cuboid?
Correct answer: No
Yes

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
Which of these nets will fold to make a cuboid?
a
a and b
a, b and c
Correct answer: b
c
Q2.
Opposite faces on a dice sum to 7. What number will be opposite 5?
Correct answer: 2
3
6
Q3.
Look at the net. When folded, which face will be opposite 1?
2
3
4
Correct answer: 5
6
Q4.
What's the maximum number of faces you can see on a cuboid from any angle?
Correct answer: 3
4
6
Q5.
What do we call the point at the top of a pyramid?
Correct answer: Apex
Point
Vertex