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In the previous section, we learned the basic formula to calculate volume of prisms. We will practice more on calculating the volume of different types of regular prisms such as, rectangular and triangular prisms, and irregular prisms.

Basic Concepts: Introduction to volume

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

- 1.Find the volume.a)

b)

c)

- 2.Find the missing values for a rectangular prism.
Length (cm)

Width (cm)

Height (cm)

Surface Area (cm²)

Volume (cm³)

a) 8

14

224

b) 12

9

1080

c) 15

4

20

- 3.Chris wants to build a shed in his backyard. He has 1 m³ of concrete to use as the rectangular base for the shed. If the base needs to be 15 cm deep, 3.5 m long and 1.8 m wide, does Chris have enough concrete? Show your work.

8.

Volume of 3-dimensional figures

8.1

Introduction to volume

8.2

Volume of prisms

8.3

Volume of cylinders

8.4

Word problems relating volume of prisms and cylinders