# Math TAKS TEKS G 6 C

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```					G.6 Dimensionality and the geometry of location: The student analyzes the relationship between three-
dimensional objects and related two-dimensional representations and uses these representations to solve
problems.
(C) The student uses orthographic and isometric views of three-dimensional geometric figures to represent and
construct three-dimensional geometric figures and solve problems.
2003 Exit
44) What is the volume of a 3-dimensional object with the dimensions shown in the 3 views below?

F   120 cu ft
G   440 cu ft
H   512 cu ft
J   960 cu ft

2004 Exit
15) Which of the following best represents the front view of the solid shown below?

A                             B                             C                           D

2004 Summer Exit
39) The front, side, and top views of a solid built with cubes are shown below.

How many cubes are needed to construct this solid?

A   6
B   8
C   12
D   16
G.6.C The student uses orthographic and isometric views of three-dimensional geometric figures to represent
and construct three-dimensional geometric figures and solve problems.
2005 October Exit
57) The Transamerica Pyramid is a building located in San Francisco, California, that resembles a square
pyramid. The diagram below shows a front and side view of the building.

If the back view of the building is similar to the front view and the side views
are similar to each other, which of the following best represents the top view?

A              B              C               D

2006 February Exit
8) The figure shown below is a cube with a corner sliced off.

Which of the following sets of 2-dimensional drawings shows the
top, front, and right views of the figure above?

F                                                     H

G                                                     J

2006 February Exit
49) The 3-dimensional figure shown below represents a structure that Corina built with 9 cubes.

Which of the following best represents the top view of Corina’s 9-cube structure?

A              B              C               D
G.6.C The student uses orthographic and isometric views of three-dimensional geometric figures to represent
and construct three-dimensional geometric figures and solve problems.
2006 Exit
14) The diagram below shows the top view of a structure built with identical cubes,
as well as the number of cubes in each column of the structure.

Which 3-dimensional view best represents the same structure?
F                             G                              H                         J

2006 Exit
60) The illustration below shows a 3-dimensional view of a screw.
Which of the following best represents a front, a side, or a top view of this screw?
F                      G                      H                      J

2006 Summer Exit
60) The drawing shows the top view of a structure built with cubes as well as the
number of cubes in each column of the structure.

Which 3-dimensional view represents the same structure?

F                             G                              H                          J

2008 Released Exit
23) The front, side, and top views of a solid built of cubes are shown below.

How many cubes were needed to construct this solid?
A    13
B    14
C    15
D    21
G.6.C The student uses orthographic and isometric views of three-dimensional geometric figures to represent
and construct three-dimensional geometric figures and solve problems.
2009 Exit
50) The front and right-side views of a figure made of identical cubes are shown below.

Which 3-dimensional figure is best represented by the two views above?
F                            G                             H                              J

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