# Surface area: Quiz

Question 1:
Who wrote Surface area?
 Lars Lindner Tim Broderick Kaufmann Kohler and Emil G. Hirsch Yu.D. Burago, V.A. Zalgaller, L.D. Kudryavtsev

Question 2:
Which of the following titles did Surface area have?
 9th At Pine Area Bigger Picture Sinseol-dong

Question 3: For example, iron in a fine powder will ________, while in solid blocks it is stable enough to use in structures.
Internal combustion engineFireOxygenCombustion

Question 4: This definition of the surface area is based on methods of infinitesimal ________ and involves partial derivatives and double integration.
CalculusDifferential calculusIntegralMathematical analysis

Question 5: Surface area is the measure of how much exposed ________ a solid object has, expressed in square units.
PolygonAreaSphereTriangle

Question 6: Animals use their ________ to grind food down into smaller particles, increasing the surface area available for digestion.
FasciaHead and neck anatomyTooth developmentTooth (human)

Question 7: Mathematical description of the surface area is considerably more involved than the definition of ________ of a curve.
Arc lengthCalculusIntegralPi

Question 8: For ________ (objects with flat polygonal faces) the surface area is the sum of the areas of its faces.
TetrahedronIcosahedronPolyhedronDodecahedron

Question 9: Smooth surfaces, such as a sphere, are assigned surface area using their representation as ________.
Second fundamental formCurvatureParametric surfaceIntegral

Question 10: Indeed, representing a cell as an idealized ________ of radius r, the volume and surface area are, respectively, V = 4/3 π r3; SA = 4 π r2.
ManifoldGeometry3-sphereSphere