In this worksheet, we will practice finding the volume of a composite solid consisting of two or more regular solids, like cubes, rectangular prisms, and cylinders.
Find the volume of the hexagonal prism shown in the figure.
The figure shows the design of a swimming pool. Work out, in cubic meters, the volume of water needed to fill the swimming pool completely.
The figure shows the design of a swimming pool. If the pool is to be filled to a point 0.5 m below the brim, work out the volume of water that would be needed in cubic meters.
Find the volume of the given solid to the nearest tenth.
Find, to the nearest tenth, the volume of this solid.
Find the volume of the solid.
The shape in the given figure consists of a cylinder with a hemisphere attached to each end. Work out its volume, giving your answer to two decimal places.
Work out the volume of the composite prism shown.
- A48 unit
- B60 unit
- C40 unit
- D36 unit
- E42 unit
To work out an estimate for the volume of a human body, we could model the body using a series of cylinders and spheres as seen in the given figure.