# Volume of a Sphere Worksheets

Explore our free, printable volume of spheres worksheets to get the picture of a sphere, grasp the relation between the radius and diameter of a sphere, and practice calculating their volume. The practice problems here depict either the diameter or the radius of the sphere. The task is for students to find the radius of the sphere using the diameter where necessary, and plug in the radius in the formula V = (4/3)πr^{3}, to calculate the required volume.

This stack of pdf worksheets on finding the volume of a sphere is suitable for grade 8 and high school kids.

CCSS: 8.G.9, G-GMD.3

Volume of a Sphere - Integers | Easy

Watch practice take off effortlessly with these easy-level, printable exercises, where kids find the volume of spheres whose radii are represented as integers.

Volume of a Sphere - Integers | Moderate

Move up the difficulty level with these moderate volume of spheres worksheet pdfs. Find the radius from the diameter if needed, and use the formula to find the volume.

Volume of a Sphere - Decimals | Easy

A feast for 8th grade math enthusiasts, these printable volume of a sphere worksheets feature problems where the radius of each sphere is a decimal measure.

Volume of a Sphere - Decimals | Moderate

Climb up the practice ladder with these exercises featuring decimal dimensions. Figure out the radius in case the diameter is given, use the formula, and find the volume of each sphere.

Go beyond finding the volume of a sphere, and give hemispheres their due attention. In these pdf worksheets for grade 8 and high school kids, hemispheres are front and center.