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Volume of Prisms Volume of Cylinders Volume of Cones Volume of Spheres Potpourri 10 20 30 40 50

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Question 1 - 10 Find the volume of a rectangular prism with a length of 3 feet, a width of 4 feet, and a height of 5 feet.

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Answer 1 – 10 60 feet 2

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Question 1 - 20 Identify the volume of the rectangular prism.

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Answer 1 – 20 338 m 3

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Question 1 - 30 Classify the three-dimensional figure.

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Answer 1 – 30 Triangular prism

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Question 1 - 40 If you double the height of a rectangular prism, will the volume double? Explain.

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Answer 1 – 40 Yes. When you multiply by a height that is doubled, it’s like you’re multiplying the original volume by 2.

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Question 1 - 50 Find the volume of the triangular prism.

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Answer 1 – 50 226.9 in 3

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Question 2 - 10 Name 2 characteristics of a cylinder.

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Answer 2 – 10 2 bases Bases are circles Curved side

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Question 2 - 20 Find the volume of the cylinder.

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Answer 2 – 20 754.0 in. 3

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Question 2 - 30 Find the volume of the cylinder.

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Answer 2 – 30 1583 in 3

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Question 2 - 40 A cylinder has a volume of 200 cubic meters. The radius is 7 meters. What is the height?

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Answer 2 – 40 4.1 meters

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Question 2 - 50 A can of green beans has a radius of 2 inches and a height of 5 inches. What is the volume of the can?

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Answer 2 – 50 62.8 in 3

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Question 3 - 10 How are the formulas for volume of a cylinder and the volume of a cone related?

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Answer 3 – 10 To find the volume of a cone, multiply the volume of a cylinder with the same radius and height by 1/3.

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Question 3 - 20 Find the volume of the cone. 11 in.

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Answer 3 – 20 103.7 in 3

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Question 3 - 30 Find the volume of the cone.

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Answer 3 – 30 128.3 in 3

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Question 3 - 40 Write the formula you would need to find the volume of a cone with a diameter of 5 and a height of 11.

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Answer 3 – 40

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Question 3 - 50 Find the volume of the figure to the nearest tenth.

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Answer 3 – 50 23326.3 ft 3

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Question 4 - 10 Find the volume of a sphere with a radius of 2 feet in terms of pi.

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Answer 4 – 10 10.7pi ft 2

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Question 4 - 20 Find the volume of a sphere with a diameter of 7 feet.

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Answer 4 – 20 179.6 feet 3

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Question 4 - 30 Find the volume of the sphere in terms of pi.

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Answer 4 – 30 12885pi m 3

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Question 4 - 40 Find the volume of the sphere. Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

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Answer 4 – 40 26094.1 ft 3

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Question 4 - 50 An ice cream cone has a diameter of 4.5 cm and a height of 10 cm. One spherical scoop of ice cream is put on the cone that has a diameter of 5 cm. If the ice cream were to melt in the cone, how much of it would overflow the cone? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

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Answer 4 – 50 12.4 cm 3

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