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Formulas Quiz

Write the formula for finding the volume of each of the figures below.

V= V= V=

Formulas Quiz

Write the formula for finding the volume of each of the figures below.

V= V= V=

Formulas Quiz

Write the formula for finding the volume of each of the figures below.

V= V= V=

Name: ________________________________________________ Date: ________________ Period: ______

Quiz

Volume of Cylinders, Cones, & Spheres

Find the volume of each figure. Use 3.14 for 𝜋. Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary.

1 2 3 8m

3 in

6 cm 2.5 cm 9m

8 in

4 5 6

8 mi

17mm

8 km

11 km

7 mi

14mm

7 8 4 cm 9 12 in

9m

10. A cylindrical can of 11. A cone- shaped paper 12. A baseball measures

soup has a height of 4 cup has a radius of 1.5 approximately 74 mm in

inches and a radius of 3 inches and a height of 3 diameter. What is the

inches. What is the volume inches. What is the volume volume of a baseball?

of the can? Round your of the cup? Round your Round your answer to the

answer to the nearest tenth. answer to the nearest tenth. nearest tenth.

13 14.

9 cm

5 in

EXTRA CREDIT.

Find the volume of the complex figure below.

8 cm

5 cm 11 cm

Answer Key

Name: ________________________________________________ Date: ________________ Period: ______

Quiz

Volume of Cylinders, Cones, & Spheres

Find the volume of each figure. Use 3.14 for 𝜋. Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary.

1 2 3 8m

3 in

6 cm 2.5 cm 9m

8 in

4 5 6

8 mi

17mm

8 km

11 km

7 mi

14mm

7 8 4 cm 9 12 in

9m

10. A cylindrical can of 11. A cone- shaped paper 12. A baseball measures

soup has a height of 4 cup has a radius of 1.5 approximately 74 mm in

inches and a radius of 3 inches and a height of 3 diameter. What is the

inches. What is the volume inches. What is the volume volume of a baseball?

of the can? Round your of the cup? Round your Round your answer to the

answer to the nearest tenth. answer to the nearest tenth. nearest tenth.

13 14.

9 cm

5 in

6.5 in 4 cm

EXTRA CREDIT.

Find the volume of the complex figure below.

8 cm

1,334.5 cm3

5 cm 11 cm

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