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We have learned the how to calculate volume of cylinders and prisms. In this section, we will work on word problems which involve both cylinders and prisms.

Related concepts: Conversions involve squares and cubic, Surface area and volume of prisms, Surface area and volume of pyramids, Surface area and volume of cylinders,

- 1.A cylindrically-shaped plasticine is 8 cm tall and has a radius of 3 cm. If a kid reshapes this plasticine into a cube, what will be the side length of the cube? Give your answer to two decimal places.
- 2.A concrete cover of a water cylinder is shown. How much concrete is needed to build this cover?

- 3.What is the volume of a cylinder that can just fit into a cube-shaped box that has a volume of 6000 cm³?

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Volume of 3-dimensional figures

19.1

Introduction to volume

19.2

Volume of prisms

19.3

Volume of cylinders

19.4

Word problems relating volume of prisms and cylinders

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