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Volume of Rectangular Pyramids | Printable Worksheets

A rectangular pyramid has a rectangle for a base and triangles for the other faces. Equip children with this set of pdf worksheets to practice calculating the volume of rectangular pyramids presented as 3D shapes and in word format with dimensions expressed as integers, decimals and fractions in easy and moderate levels. Convert units, find the missing measures and much more!

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Volume using Base Area | Integers

Get acquainted with the formula for volume of rectangular pyramids: V = 1/3 * Area of the base * Height. Plug the values expressed as integers in the formula and solve for volume in this batch of pdf worksheets.

Volume using Base Area | Decimals

Try your hands at solving these worksheets featuring rectangular pyramids with parameters expressed as decimals. Multiply the base area and the height, divide by 3 to determine each pyramid's volume.

Volume of Rectangular Pyramids | Easy

Develop skills in finding the volume of rectangular pyramids. Multiply the dimensions involving integers ≤ 20 and divide by 3 to compute the volume of each rectangular pyramid.

Volume of Rectangular Pyramids | Moderate

Work your way up the ladder with this moderate level of exercises with height, length and width denoted by 2-digit integers. Substitute the values in the formula and find the volume of the rectangular pyramids.

Volume of Rectangular Pyramids | Decimals

Reiterate the concept of finding the volume of rectangular pyramids whose dimensions are expressed as decimals. The first part features 3D shapes while the second part has problems in word format.

Volume of Rectangular Pyramids | Fractions

Grow your practice with this pack of pdf worksheets providing dimensions in fractions. Convert mixed fractions to improper fractions, substitute and solve for the volume of the rectangular pyramids featured here.

Volume of Rectangular pyramids | Unit conversion

Keep students hooked to the concept as they progress to the next level involving unit conversion. Convert the units to the one in the answer, assign the values in the formula and calculate the volume.

Finding the missing measure

This tricky set best serves in reviewing and testing knowledge. Rearrange the volume of a rectangular pyramid formula. Make the missing measure the subject, plug the values and find the volume.