




1.

What is the length of the prism?


2.

What is the width of the prism?


3.

What is the height of the prism?


4.

What is the surface area of the prism in
cm^{2}?



Jacqueline is wrapping 2 gifts with the same
wrapping paper. The first gift box is 20 cm X 15 cm X 5 cm. The second is 30 cm X 10 cm X 3 cm.
She will need enough wrapping paper to cover the surface, plus about 10% more for overlaps and
folding.


5.

What is the surface area in cm^{2} of the
first gift?


6.

What is the surface area in cm^{2} of the
second gift?


7.

How much paper should Jacqueline buy in
cm^{2} to wrap both gifts?



Joe is painting his room. It is 4 m X 3.5 m X 3 m.
Paint comes in 5L cans. One litre of paint covers 10m^{2}.


8.

What area in m^{2 }does Joe need to
paint?


9.

How many cans of paint does he need?



Joe wants to know if he has enough paint to cover
his closet. It is 1 m X 1.5 m X 3 m.


10.

What area in m^{2 }does Joe need to
paint?


11.

Does Joe need to buy more paint?
