Volume of a Rectangular Prism Worksheets
Try our engaging volume of rectangular prisms worksheets for grade 5, grade 6, and grade 7, and bolster skills in finding the volume in a step-by-step approach beginning with counting cubes, moving to finding volume of cubes followed by problems to find the volume using area and height expressed as integers, decimals and fractions. Practice finding the volume of L-blocks, convert between units and find the missing parameters as well. Kick-start your preparation with our free worksheets!
Introduce students to find the volume of rectangular prisms with these printable worksheets, presenting the base area and length of the prism as integers. Plug them in V=Base area*height to find the volume.
Packed here are ample problems to find the volume of rectangular prisms whose base area and one side measure are decimals. Use the known values to work out the volume.
Instruct 5th grade and 6th grade students to identify the three attributes height, length and width indicated on the rectangular prism and multiply the three to figure out the volume. Easy level deals with values ≤ 20 while moderate level has values ≥ 20.
Plug in the measures of the length, height and width expressed as decimals in the formula V=l*w*h and find the volume of each rectangular prism in this set of pdf worksheets.
Solve this set of printable volume of rectangular prisms worksheets whose side measures are denoted as fractions. Change the mixed fractions to improper fractions, multiply l*w*h to compute the volume of the prisms.
The dimensions are expressed in different units. Make the units uniform by converting them to the one specified in the answer and then multiply the three to find the volume of the rectangular prisms.
Decompose the L-blocks into non-overlapping rectangular prisms and find their volume in these pdf worksheets for grade 6 and grade 7, offering two levels of difficulty classified as easy and moderate based on the range of numbers used.
Raise the bar with this array of 7th grade worksheets, where the dimensions are expressed as decimals. Split the L-block, determine the volume of individual prisms, sum them up to compute the volume of the L-blocks.
The volume and any two of the three dimensions (height, length or width) are specified. Direct students to rearrange the formula, making the missing measure the subject, assign the known values and solve.
Familiarize students with the basics of volume as they begin counting the cubes to determine the volume of each rectangular prism and/or solid block. Practice drawing prisms using the given dimensions as well.
Catering to the needs of grade 5 through grade 7 children, these volume worksheets add on to your practice in determining the volume of cubes. The dimensions are expressed as integers, decimals and fractions.