Volume of Mixed Shapes Worksheets
This easy-to-use toolkit packed with pdf worksheets for 8th grade and high school students, to determine the volume of mixed shapes covers a great spectrum of exercises involving a variety of 3D shapes like: prisms and cylinders, cones and pyramids, spheres and hemispheres offering dimensions in integers and decimals with easy and moderate levels, classified based on the number range used. Best serves in recapitulating the volume formulas and their applications. Tap into some of these worksheets for free!
Guide children as they revisit the concept of finding the volume of cylinders and triangular and rectangular prisms with integer dimensions and strengthen skills in the process.
Being able to efficiently determine the volume of cylinders and prisms with rectangular and triangular bases is a skill acquired through intense practice. Let high school learners gain some extra mileage in finding the volume of mixed shapes!
Take the practice in computing the volume of mixed shapes a step ahead with these pdf worksheets featuring prisms with parallelograms, rectangular and triangular bases, trapezoidal and square prisms and cylinders.
Tremendously increase practice with these printable volume worksheets comprising various shapes whose dimensions are expressed as decimals. Apply apt formulas, find the volume and round your answers.
Learning goes a notch up with this set of practice problems presenting cones, rectangular and triangular pyramids as diagrams and in word format involving integer dimensions.
The trick to solve the problems, here is to remember the correct formula and apply it to figure out the volume of the cones and of the pyramids with rectangular and triangular bases presented here.
Practice is the key to master the skill of determining the volume of any given shape. Included here is a wide variety of shapes like prisms, pyramids, cones and cylinders along with spheres and hemispheres.
Reaffirm knowledge of working out the volume of mixed shapes with these PDF worksheets presenting problems as figures and in the word format. Assign the decimal dimensions in apt formulas to compute the volume.
Train and test grade 8 and high school students with this mixed bag of problems with cones, cylinders, prisms, spheres, hemispheres and pyramids whose dimensions are integers.
Let learners gain some extra mileage in finding the volume of mixed shapes with this array of printable worksheets. Use relevant formulas, substitute the known decimal values and compute the volume.