# Review 9 - Charles S. Rushe Middle School

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Review 9 - Charles S. Rushe Middle School

Name Date ClassCHAPTER9ReviewVolume and Surface Area, continued9-4 Surface Area of Prisms, Cylinders, and Spheres(pp. 486–490)Find the surface area of the prism to the nearest tenth.13. 14. 15.13 in. 15 in.6 ft15 in.4 ft10.2 m8 ft8.4 in.15 in.17.4 m8.9 mFind the surface area of the cylinder to the nearest tenth using3.14 for .16. 7.6 in.17. 18 mm18.42 cm10.7 in.34 mm46 cmFind the surface area of the sphere to the nearest tenth using3.14 for .19. 20. 21.12 cm6.3 cm12.9 in.9-5 Changing Dimensions (pp. 491–495)Given the scale factor, find the surface area of the similar prism.22. The scale factor of two similar rectangular prisms is 8.The surface area of the smaller prism is 64 ft 2 .Given the scale factor, find the volume of the larger prism.23. The scale factor of two similar hexagonal prisms is 9.The volume of the smaller prism is 9.4 m 3 .Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston.55 Holt Middle School Math Course 2All rights reserved.