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Educator and Tagging Information: Learning Area: Maths Resource Name: Maths Assessment Exemplar Number: M7.7 Item: 7 Phase: Senior Grade: 7 Learning Outcome(s) and Assessment Standard(s): Learning Outcome 3: Shape and Space Assessment Standard: We know this when the learner 7.3.8 Draws and interprets sketches of solids from different perspectives. Learning Space: Assessment Hyperlinks: To be completed later. Number of questions for exemplar: 5 Rating: Easy questions: Questions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Medium questions: Difficult questions: Assessment Task Questions: 1. Which of the following diagrams does not represent the drawing of a cube? 2. D C B A Complete the drawing of a cube. 1 2 3 5 4 7 6 9 8 10 11 12 13 15 14 17 16 18 3. In the drawing below you can see a rectangular prism PQRS. TUVW is on a one cm by one cm grid background. W V T U S R P Q The edge PQ is 6 cm long. The edge QU is 3 cm long. i) ii) iii) iv) v) 4. Measure edge QR ……………………cm. How many edges does this prism have?………………………… How many faces does this prism have?…………………………. The faces of this prism are called ………………………? Name the faces of the prism. In the following drawing the four vertices of the rectangular prism have already been drawn. Complete the rest of the drawing of prism with vertices PTWV. W V T P 5. Make a drawing of a rectangular prism of your own choice. Make one of the edges 3 cm. Solution 1. B. 2. All the lines should be drawn in using the correct line thicknesses. 3. i) ii) iii) iv) v) approximately 2,2 cm or 5 12 6 Rectangles TWSP, UVRQ, TWVU, SPQR, WSRV, TUPQ 4. W V T U R Q P S 5. Any prism that is labelled correctly with at least one set of edges 3 cm is correct. There are many possibilities. Here are but two. W T V U W T R Q V U R Q P S P S Learners should be able to recognise and represent three dimensional objects in different orientations as well as from different viewpoints in space. Appendix of Assignment Tools Constructions Visualisation Defining