Volume of a Triangular Prism Worksheets
A triangular prism is a 3D solid formed by putting rectangles and triangles together. Packed in this batch of printable volume of a triangular prism worksheets for grade 7, grade 8, and high school students, are easy, moderate and challenging levels of exercises to find the volume of triangular prisms using the area of the cross-section with dimensions expressed as integers and decimals. Find PDFs to practice unit conversions and solve for missing dimensions too. Our free worksheets are a compulsive try!
Figure out the volume of a triangular prism by plugging in the area of the triangular cross-section and length expressed as integers in the formula V = Area of the triangular cross-section * length.
Each pdf worksheet consists of six figures and two word format problems with the area of the cross-section and length presented as decimals. Apply the formula and find the volume of the triangular prisms.
Exclusively dealing with dimensions expressed as integers up to 20, these printable worksheets provide ample practice for 7th grade and 8th grade students in finding the volume of triangular prisms whose height and leg or base measures are provided.
Level up with this practice set of triangular prisms. Substitute the 2-digit dimensions in the formula and compute the volume which is area of the base triangle multiplied by height of the triangular prism.
The measure of the legs and height of a right triangle or the base and height are provided in these pdf worksheets. Apply appropriate formulas to determine the volume of the triangular prisms.
Pose a challenge to high school students with these printable volume of a triangular prism worksheets featuring equilateral, isosceles and scalene triangles whose side measures are given. Use relevant formulas to compute the volume.
Recapitulate the concept of calculating the volume of triangular prisms with dimensions expressed in different units. Convert to the specified unit, assign the values in the formula and find the volume.
Rearrange the volume of a triangular prism formula, make the missing dimension the subject, substitute the values and solve for the missing measure (the height, base or length).