Six three-dimensional solids are displayed on the page. They may be simple rectangular prisms or can have chunks cut out of them. The student then answers questions about the solids.
A few of the questions ask for the volume of an individual solids, but most are about two or more solids, or even all of them. A sharp-minded student should recognize that the best way to complete this worksheet is to first compute the volume of all six shapes, then use those results to answer the questions.Copyright © 2002-2023 WorksheetWorks.com All Rights Reserved.