Volume of a Triangular Pyramid Worksheets
Gain immense practice with this compilation of printable worksheets on finding the volume of triangular pyramids or tetrahedrons that are composed of four triangular faces. Equilateral, scalene and isosceles triangular bases have been included to help hone 8th grade and high school practice. Progress from easy to moderate and then to challenging levels and from integers to decimal dimensions, convert between units and find missing measures and much more. Free samples are also up for grabs.
Kick-start the process of finding the volume of triangular pyramids with this array of worksheets for grade 8, where the base area and height are expressed as integers. Plug in the values in the formula to calculate the volume.
Proceed to the next level with decimal dimensions. First multiply the base area with the height of the triangular pyramid and then find one-third of their product to compute the volume of each tetrahedron.
Using the base and height measures involving integers ≤ 20, work out the area of the base and then substitute the values in the formula V = 1/3 * Base Area * height to determine the volume of the pyramids in these pdf worksheets.
Determine the base area using the base and height measures expressed as decimals. Divide the product of the base area and the height of the pyramid by 3 to find the volume of each pyramid featured here.
The side measures of isosceles, equilateral and scalene triangles are provided in these challenging pdf worksheets. Apply appropriate formulas to find the base area and then compute the volume of each.
Try this batch of worksheets where students are expected to convert the units to the one specified in the answer and then compute the volume of each triangular pyramid.