In this worksheet, we will practice finding volumes of cuboids, then composite solids made of cuboids, and then prisms.
How many cubes with a side length of does it take to fill the given prism?
Work out the volume of the right triangular prism shown.
Given that the volume of each small cube is 1 cubic unit, find the volume of this prism.
Given that each cube has a side length of 1 unit, find the volume of the given prism.
- A60 cubic units
- B48.6 cubic units
- C63 cubic units
- D64.8 cubic units
- E66 cubic units
Shady and Nada are calculating the volume of a rectangular prism with length 18 m, height 11 m, width 4 m. Shady said that the volume is 792 m3, and Nada said it was 44 m3. Who is correct?
The solid shown is formed from two rectangular prisms. Work out the volume of the solid.
- A880 unit
- B720 unit
- C unit
- D unit
- E800 unit
Work out the volume of the trapezoidal prism shown.
- A56 unit
- B96 unit
- C108 unit
- D48 unit
- E140 unit
The solid shown is formed from a rectangular prism and a trapezoidal prism.
Compute the volume of this solid.
- A336 unit3
- B384 unit3
- C288 unit3
- D360 unit3
- E324 unit3
The face of the prism shown is a regular hexagon with sides of length 2 units and an area of 10.39 units2.
Work out the volume of the prism.
Work out the surface area of the prism.