

1.

Jimmy is designing rectangular boxes to display his toy cars. He needs to know
the amount of material he will need for each box. He charts his options. Use this chart to answer the
following questions.  Length (cm)  Width (cm)  Height (cm)  Volume (cm^{3})  Box 1  10.3   4.5  287.37  Box
2   7.3  4.5  374.49  Box
3  12.1   4.5  294.03  Box
4  13.6  7.9  4.5       
What is the width of Box 1?
a.  6.02 cm  b.  6.62 cm  c.  6.2 cm  d.  0.62
cm 


2.

What is the length of Box 2?
a.  0.114 cm  b.  114.0 cm  c.  1.14 cm  d.  11.4
cm 


3.

What is the width of Box 3?
a.  5.4 cm  b.  5.04 cm  c.  54 cm  d.  0.54
cm 


4.

What is the volume of Box 4?
a.  4834.8 cm^{3}  b.  483.48 cm^{3}  c.  48304.8
cm^{3}  d.  4.8348 cm^{3} 


5.

A crate holds 12 cube boxes. Each cube box has a side length of 22.6 cm. What is
the area of the bottom of the crate?
a.  61.2912 cm^{2}  b.  612.912 cm^{2}  c.  61291.2
cm^{2}  d.  6129.1 cm^{2} 


6.

A quarter is 0.158 cm thick. How thick is a roll of quarters worth $10?
a.  6.320 cm  b.  63.2 cm  c.  632 cm  d.  0.632
cm 


7.

Mei has 40 m of fencing to build a rectangular pen. She wants the pen to have
the largest possible area. What is the greatest possible area?
a.  200 m^{2}  b.  40 m^{2}  c.  100 m^{2}  d.  160
m^{2} 


8.

What are the dimensions of Mei’s pen, from question 9, with the greatest
possible area?
a.  15 m 5 m  c.  12 m 8
m  b.  10 m 10 m  d.  14 m 6
m 
