Volume of Mixed Prisms Worksheets
Stuffed full of regular prisms with a parallelogram as its base or having a triangular, rectangular, or a trapezoidal base, our volume of mixed prisms worksheets provide the ultimate practice. Remember the formula of calculating the volume of prisms: multiply the area of the base by its height.
This batch of free printable worksheets is customized for 8th grade and high school students.
Filled with rectangular prisms, this collection of worksheets is a perfect resource for learners to practice finding the volume of rectangular prisms. Direct kids to plug in the values in the formula and calculate the volume.
This ensemble of volume of a triangular prism worksheets is a learner's paradise. Figure out the base area of the triangular prism and then multiply with its height to find the volume.
Supplement your learning with this bundle of volume of mixed prisms pdfs where the base area and one of the dimensions are expressed as integers.
Challenge students in 8th grade and high school to find the volume of the prisms with these worksheets. Illustrated here are prisms with a parallelogram as their base, or with a rectangular or triangular base.
Provide a comprehensive review of the volume of mixed prisms with this set of grade 8 pdfs where the attributes are expressed as integers. Calculate the base area and then multiply with the height to find the volume.
Presenting prisms with triangular and quadrilateral bases, this resource tasks high school students with finding the volume of the prisms using the appropriate formula.
Here's yet another collection of printable worksheets with the dimensions expressed as decimals. Plug in the values in the formula and figure out the volume of each prism.