A shape’s volume is a measure of its total 3-dimensional space. You can use this - level 1- test form to know your level .

What is the volume of a cube that has sides 3 cm long?

29 cm³

27 cm³

24 cm³

21 cm³

What is the volume of a cuboid that has the following dimensions:

length 9 cm

width 3 cm

height 6 cm

162 cm³

164 cm³

166 cm³

168 cm³

What is the volume of the following 3D shape?

Each cube is 1 cm

1 x 1 x 1 = 1 cubic cm

1 x 16 = 16 cubic cm

so the total volume is 16 cubic cm

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What is the volume of a cuboid if its length is 8 cm, its width is 14 cm and its height is 5 cm?

560 cubic cm

660 cubic cm

670 cubic cm

680 cubic cm

What is the length of a cuboid if its volume is 200 cm3 , its width is 10 cm and its height is 5 cm?

3.5 cm

4 cm

4.5 cm

5 cm

What is the height of a cuboid if its volume is 504 cm3, its length is 9 cm and its width is 8 cm?

6 cm

7 cm

8 cm

9 cm

What is the volume of a prism that has a cross-section of 16 square cm and a length of 8 cm?

124 cubic cm

126 cubic cm

128 cubic cm

130 cubic cm

What is the volume of a triangular prism if its length is 12 cm, its height is 7 cm and its base is 5 cm?

210 cubic cm

220 cubic cm

230 cubic cm

240 cubic cm

What is the area of the cross-section of a prism if its volume is 432 cubic cm

and its length is 9 cm?

42 square cm

44 square cm

46 square cm

48 square cm

What is the volume of this cuboid?

Remember

Volume of a cuboid= length × breadth × height

Volume of a cuboid = 8 x 4 x 2 = 64 cubic cm

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Work out the volume of this cuboid.

Remember

Volume of a cuboid= length × breadth × height

Volume of a cuboid= 6000 cubic cm

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Work out the volume of this cube.

Remember

Volume of a cuboid=length × breadth × height

Volume of a cuboid= 125 cubic cm

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Work out the volume of this cube and give your answer in litres.

Work out the volume of this cylinder.

Remember

Volume of a cylinder= π(r^2)×height

Volume of a cylinder= π(5^2)×20

Volume of a cylinder = 1,570 cubic cm

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Work out the volume of this cylinder.

Remember

Volume of a cylinder= π x (r^2) × height

Volume of a cylinder= π x (4^2) x 10

Volume of a cylinder= 502.4 cubic mm

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Work out the volume of this prism.

Remember

Volume of a prism=area of cross section × height

Volume of a prism= 0.5 x 8 x 4 x 12

Volume of a prism= 192 cubic cm

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Work out the volume of this prism.

The diagram shows the attic space at the top of the Millers' house.

Remember

Volume of a prism= area of cross section × height

Volume of a prism= 0.5 x 6 x 2 x 8.2 = 49.2 cubic m

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The diagram shows a gutter which is to be fitted to the roof of George's house.

The gutter has a cross-section which is a semicircle with diameter 20cm

How many liters of water can the gutter hold?

Find the volume of a cylinder = (area of cross section × height)

Make sure all your units are the same (convert 10m into cm).

volume of a cylinder = π x (10^2) x 1000 = 314,000 cubic cm

Bear in mind you don't have a whole cylinder here.

so

314,000 cubic cm x 0.5 = 157,000 cubic cm

Then remember 1 cubic cm =1 ml

so 157,000 cubic cm = 157,000 ml

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What is the approximate volume of a cone with a radius of 4 cm and a height of 7 cm?

29 cubic cm

117 cubic cm

268 cubic cm

352 cubic cm

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