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Geometry Worksheets - Volume of Prisms & Pyramids




 

Objective: I know how to calculate the volume of prisms and pyramids.


The volume of a prism is given by the formula
V = Bh
where B is the area of the base and h is the height.

The volume of a pyramid is given by the formula

where B is the area of the base and h is the height.

Read these lessons on the volume of prisms and volume of pyramids if you need additional help.


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Find the volumes of the following prisms and pyramids.
Give your answer to the nearest tenths.
(Remember to include the relevant cubic unit in your answer)


rectangular prism: l = 14 ft, w = 20.6 ft, h = 10 ft
volume =

rectangular prism: l = 12.4 m, w = 8 m, h = 17 m
volume =

rectangular prism: l = 16.7 yd, w = 9 yd, h = 15.2 yd
volume =

triangular prism: B = 36 yd2, h = 14 yd
volume =

triangular prism: B = 12 yd2, h = 6 yd
volume =

triangular prism: B = 50 cm2, h = 1 cm
volume =

triangular prism: B = 13 cm2, h = 8 cm
volume =

pyramid: B = 15 m2, h = 6 m
volume =

pyramid: B = 27 m2, h = 5 m
volume =

pyramid: B = 50.23 in2, h = 3.09 in
volume =

pyramid: B = 40.15 yd2, h = 4.09 yd
volume =



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