# Volume of Composite Figures Worksheets

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This stack of free, printable worksheets is a massive practice resource for children to become familiar with and upgrade their knowledge of calculating the volume of composite shapes. A composite or compound shape is obtained when two or more dissimilar 3D shapes come together. It is also formed when a shape is enclosed within another; for instance, an inverted hemisphere over an inverted cone, or a small sphere inside a cylinder, etc. The task is for students to find the volume of the shaded region by adding or subtracting the individual volumes.

These volume of composite figures worksheet pdfs come in handy for 8th grade and high school students.

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Volume of Solid Shapes by Counting Unit Cubes

In these printable worksheets, children breeze through a host of practice problems where they use their counting skills to calculate the volume of solid shapes composed of unit cubes.

Volume of Composite Figures | Adding | Level 1

Compound shapes composed of two shapes are the centerpiece of these pdf worksheets on finding the volume of composite shapes. Add the volume of both the regions to arrive at the answer. Volume of Composite Figures | Adding | Level 2

Climb up the practice ladder with these exercises featuring composite figures comprising two or three shapes. The task for grade 8 kids is to add the volumes of all the regions. Volume of Shaded Region | Subtracting Solid Shapes

These volume of compound shapes worksheets pdf require high school kids to find the area of the shaded region in each composite figure. Subtract the volume of the unshaded region from the total volume. Volume of Composite Figures - Mixed Review

Set up an efficient review with this section of our printable volume of composite figures worksheets. Practice adding and subtracting the volume of components to find the answers. 