# CBSE Class 9 Maths Surface Areas and Volumes MCQs Set H

CBSE Class 9 Maths Surface Areas and Volumes MCQs Set H with answers available in Pdf for free download. The MCQ Questions for Class 9 Mathematics with answers have been prepared as per the latest syllabus, NCERT books and examination pattern suggested in Standard 9 by CBSE, NCERT and KVS. Multiple Choice Questions are an important part of Term 1 and Term 2 exams for Grade 9 Mathematics and if practiced properly can help you to get higher marks. Refer to more Chapter-wise MCQs for NCERT Class 9 Mathematics and also download more latest study material for all subjects

## Volume and Surface Area Class 9 Mathematics MCQ

Class 9 Mathematics students should refer to the following multiple-choice questions with answers for Volume and Surface Area in standard 9. These MCQ questions with answers for Grade 9 Mathematics will come in exams and help you to score good marks

### Volume and Surface Area MCQ Questions Class 9 Mathematics with Answers

#### Question: 1cm3 = ________

• a) 1000 cubic mm
• b) 10000m3
• c) 1000m3
• d) 10m3

• a) 1000
• b) 10,000
• c) 100,000
• d) 10,00,000

• a) 1
• b) 10
• c) 100
• d) 1000

• a) 9700
• b) 970
• c) 97
• d) 97000

• a) 6m
• b) 5m
• c) 7m

• a) 64cm3
• b) 24cm3
• c) 12cm3

#### Question: If the length of each edge of a cube is tripled, the change in it volume will be.

• a) 27 times of original
• b) 9 times of the original
• c) Both

• a) 96cm2
• b) 84cm2
• c) 32cm2
• d) 64cm2

• a) 1350cm2
• b) 1250cm2
• c) 1150cm2
• d) 1050cm2

• a) three
• b) four
• c) two

• a) 6 faces
• b) 12 faces
• c) 8 faces
• d) 4 faces

#### Question: A cuboid have

• a) 8 vertices
• b) 12 vertices
• c) 6 vertices

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• a) 12 edges
• b) 12 edges
• c) 10 edges
• d) 6 edges

• a) 12cm
• b) 18cm
• c) 14cm
• d) 16cm

• a) Capacity
• b) height
• c) Area

#### Question: The most common unit of capacity in the metric system is

• a) litre
• b) cm3
• c) millilitre

• a) 1000000
• b) 100000
• c) 10000
• d) 1000

#### Question: A cubid measures 16cm × 10cm × 5cm. What happens to the volumes, when the dimensions of the cuboid are doubled?

• a) The volume is multiplied by 8
• b) The volume is multiplied by 2
• c) The volume reduces by one- half
• d) The volume is multiplied by 1/8

Answer: The volume is multiplied by 8

• a) 20cm
• b) 25cm
• c) 30cm
• d) 35cm

• a) 27kg
• b) 18kg
• c) 36kg

• a) 343
• b) 274
• c) 334

• a) 5cm
• b) 4cm
• c) 6cm

• a) 8 times
• b) 16 times
• c) 6 times

#### Question: A company is deciding on which box to be used to package their product. The first box measures 15cm by 8cm by 6.25cm. The second box measures 18cm by 6cm by 5.5cm. Which box requires more material to make?

• a) first box
• b) second box
• c) Both

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