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What is Volume?

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V = 1/3 πr 2 V = 4/3πr 3

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How do you calculate the volume of a square prism??? V=Area of Base(h) V = ½ (b)(h) V = L x W x H

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V = ½ (b)(h)(h) is the volume formula for a : Cylinder Triangular Prism

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To Calculate the Volume of a Cone you would use this formula: V = 1/3 π r 3 h V = 1/3 π r 2 h

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The formula V = πr 2 h is used to calculate the volume of a ??? Cylinder Cone

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The Volume of a Cube can be found by using the following formula: V = S 3 V=LxWxH

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V= 1/3(1/2b)(h)(h) is used to calculate the volume of a??? Triangular Pyramid Triangular Prism

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How do you calculate the volume of a square pyramid? V=½(L)(W)(H) V=1/3(L)(W)(H)

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The following cone has a radius of 3m, and a height of 7m. What is the volume of this cone? 68.75cm 3 75.94cm 3 65.94cm 3

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A Cylinder has a height of 25cm, and a volume of 500cm 3. What is the radius of this cylinder? 3.56cm 3 2.52cm 3 4.52cm 3

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A Triangular Pyramid has a base that is 6.5m long by 2.3m wide. The height of this pyramid is 8.7m. What is the volume of this figure? 75.25m 3 34.45m 3 23.56m 3

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A basketball has a volume of 345cm 3, what is the radius of this ball? 4.35 cm 6.99 cm 17.33 cm

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A triangular pyramid has a volume of 736cm 3, and the dimensions of its base are 10cm wide by 13cm high. Calculate the height of the pyramid. 12.2 cm 33.96cm 25.85cm

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Calculate the volume of a hollow tube using the following measurements: Height = 55cm, Diameter = 15cm, Thickness = 2cm. 2417.8 cm 3 9714.4 cm 3 4490.2 cm 3

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Calculate the volume of the following composite figure, using the following dimensions. Bottom: L = 6cm, W= 7cm, H= 20cm. Middle: Diameter = 3cm, Height = 8cm. Top: Radius = 2cm. 250.25 cm 3 930.01 cm 3 765.89 cm 3

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The Volume of this ball is 1540cm 3. Find its radius! 12.45 cm7.16 cm

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