Surface Area of Prisms and Cylinders Worksheets
Take advantage of this huge ensemble of 50+ worksheets on the surface area of prisms and cylinders and help students of grade 6, grade 7, grade 8, and high school ease into the concept. The surface area of a cylinder is the sum of the areas of its curved surface and bases; the surface area of a prism is the sum of the areas of its bases and faces. Sweeping through varied levels of exercises and using the appropriate formulas, students practice finding the surface areas of triangular, rectangular, parallelogram, trapezoidal, and polygonal prisms and right cylinders. Now, you can access some of these pdfs for free!
Plug into our level 1 practice sheets and hone in on finding the surface area of prisms and cylinders. The attributes of the figures depicted here are offered as integers < 20 units to facilitate an elementary practice.
Prepare 7th grade students with this bunch of moderate pdf worksheets and examine their ability to determine the surface area of rectangular, triangular, and square prisms and right cylinders.
Soup up your learning and practice of finding the surface area of cylinders and prisms with this exclusive batch of 8th grade exercises, where the dimensions of figures are rendered in integers and decimals.
Upgrade your practice to level 2 where the key skill taught is calculating the surface areas of parallelogram and trapezoidal prisms. Plug in the given measures in relevant formulas and figure out the surface area.
Recap the formulas for area of a circle, triangle, rectangle, trapezoid and parallelogram, thereby using them to determine the surface area of three-dimensional figures included in these printable level 2 handouts.
Challenge grade 8 and high school students to find the surface areas of cylinders and prisms involving decimals with this set of worksheets. Let them crack the problems one after another and climb up the ladder!
Expand your skills and find the surface area of a polygonal prism using the apothem and other attributes in apt formulas, with this set of resources highlighting pentagonal, hexagonal, heptagonal, and octagonal prisms.