Volume of a Cone Worksheets
Grasp the know-how of calculating volume of cones with this unit of printable worksheets, catering to the needs of students of grade 8 and high school. Learn to use the volume of a cone formula efficiently in the easy level, find the radius in the moderate level and convert units before computing in the difficult level. Find the missing dimensions, solve for volume using slant height, solve real-life word problems and find the volume of a conical frustum too. Get started with our free worksheets!
Plug in the radius and the height of the cone in the formula V = 1/3 π r2h to determine the volume of the cones presented as figures and as real-life word problems.
The diameter and height are expressed as integers. Find the radius from the diameter and compute the volume of a cone by applying the formula.
Challenge conceptual knowledge of students using this set of printable volume of cones worksheets with dimensions offered in different units. Convert the units to the one specified in the answer and then calculate the volume.
Substitute the decimal dimensions in the volume of a cone formula and compute the volume of the cones presented as 3D shapes and as word problems in this batch of 8th grade pdf worksheets.
Bolster skills in finding the volume of cones with the diameter and height measures offered as decimals. Work out the radius from the diameter, plug in and solve for volume.
High-school students level up their practice with the printable volume of a cone worksheets with dimensions presented as different units. Perform unit conversion and then follow up with finding the volume.
Find the radius using the height or vice-versa using the slant height formula l2 = r2 + h2, substitute the parameters in the volume formula to compute the volume.
Rearrange the volume of the cone formula, making the missing dimension the subject. Plug in the values and calculate the volume of the cone in this batch of pdf worksheets. Find two levels of difficulty involving the value of pi.
Task high school students to work out the volume of the truncated cone by replacing the radii of the two bases 'r' and 'R' and the height 'h' in the volume of a conical frustum formula V= 1/3 π h (r2 + rR + R2) with the given values.