# Independent Practice: SURFACE AREA of Prisms

Independent Practice: SURFACE AREA OF PrismS

For# 1 – 10, classify the prism by identifying the base then use the appropriate formula to determine the lateral and TOTAL surface areas. WORK MUST BE SHOWN TO RECEIVE CREDIT!

1.  ______
a) LA = ______
b) SA = ______/ Draw and label the Base:
P:
B:
2.  ______
a) LA = ______
b) SA = ______/ Draw and label the Base:
P:
B:
3.  ______
a) LA = ______
b) SA = ______/ Draw and label the Base:
P:
B:
4.  ______
a) LA = ______
b) SA = ______/ Draw and label the Base:
P:
B:
5.  ______
a) LA = ______
b) SA = ______/ Draw and label the Base:
P:
B:
6.  ______
a) LA = ______
b) SA = ______/ Draw and label the Base:
P:
B:
7.  ______
a) LA = ______
b) SA = ______/ Draw and label the Base:
P:
B:
8.  ______
a) LA = ______
b) SA = ______/ Draw and label the Base:
P:
B:
9.  ______
a) LA = ______
b) SA = ______/ Draw and label the Base:
P:
B:
10. ______
a) LA = ______
b) SA = ______/ Draw and label the Base:
P:
B:

For # 11 – 12, clearly circle the best answer choice. Work must be shown in order to receive credit!

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Independent Practice: SURFACE AREA OF PrismS

11. / Taylor is wrapping a birthday gift in the rectangular box shown above. How much wrapping paper will Taylor use to wrap the gift?
Record your answer and fill in the bubbles on the grid below. Be sure to use the correct place value.
/ 12. /
Frank wants to paint his room in the school colors of maroon and white. The floor and ceiling will be white, and all the walls will be maroon. The door will also be white. If one gallon of paint covers 400 sq ft, how many gallons of each color will he need?
A 1 gallon white, 1 gallon maroon
B 1gallon white, 2 gallons maroon
C 2 gallons white, 2 gallons maroon
D 2 gallons white, 3 gallons maroon

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Independent Practice: SURFACE AREA OF PrismS

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