Volume of Compound Shapes Worksheets
The objective of this collection of pdf worksheets on finding the volume of composite figures is to provide practice in determining the volume of compound solids made up of two or more 3D shapes like prisms, pyramids, spheres, hemispheres, cylinders, and cones. The step-by-step approach begins with counting unit cubes in solid blocks for grade 5, finding volume of L-blocks and moving to adding and subtracting volume of two or more shapes for high school students. Free worksheets are also included.
The printable worksheets are categorized into two levels. The width of the blocks in easy level is unit one, while the moderate level contains solid blocks with varying widths. Count the cubes in each solid block to find the volume.
Get your practice in full swing with this batch of worksheet pdfs for 5th grade and 6th grade children. Each comes with a different scale. Count cubes, multiply it with the scale to work out the volume of each solid block.
Break each L-block into distinct rectangular prisms, find the volume of each prism and add up their volumes in these 7th grade printable worksheets available in easy and moderate levels based on the range of numbers.
Up your skills in decomposing each L-block, find the volume of each non-overlapping prism by substituting the decimal dimensions in the volume formula. Put the volumes together and that's a job well done! This set is ideal for grade 6 and grade 7.
Grade 8 and high school students identify the two geometrical shapes in the compound shape, apply relevant formulas, plug in the dimensions, compute the volume of each disjoint part, and add the volumes.
Make headway with these volume of a composite 3D figure worksheet pdfs featuring figures made up of 2 or 3 solid shapes. Add the volume of each geometric figure making up the composite figure.
Direct students of 8th grade and high school to find the volume of the whole 3D shape encompassing the other shape(s) and subtract the volume of the basic figure(s) or unshaded parts from it to compute the volume of the shaded region.