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Updated on Oct 5, 2011

Review the following concept if necessary: Volume of Prisms and Pyramids Study Guide.

**Volume of Prisms and Pyramids Practice Questions**

**Problems**

**Find the volume of each prism.**

- Prism:
*B*= 80 cm^{2},*h*= 14 cm - Prism:
*B*= 48 ft.^{2},*h*= 12 ft. - Prism:
*B*= 85 m^{2},*h*= 8 m

**For questions 13 and 14, use the given volume to determine the length of the missing edge.**

- In the following figure, the area of the rectangular base is 52 cm
^{2}and the total volume is 468 cm^{3}. - The following figure has a height of 6 in., a length of 8 in., and a total volume of 336 in.
^{3}.

**Find the volume of each cube.**

- Cube:
*e*= 4 in. - Cube:
*e*= 9 cm - Find the edge of a cube with volume 3,375 ft.
^{3}

**Find the volume of each pyramid.**

- Regular pyramid:
*B*= 64 in.^{2},*h*= 6 in. - Regular pyramid:
*B*= 156 ft.^{2},*h*= 8 ft. - Regular pyramid:
*B*= 3 cm^{2},*h*= 1 cm

**For questions 29 and 30, use the given volume to determine the missing value.**

**Answers**

- 432 in.
^{3} - 32 m
^{3} - 343 cm
^{3} - 240 ft.
^{3} - 108 m
^{3} - 100 ft.
^{3} - 120 cm
^{3} - 150 m
^{3} - 36 in.
^{3} - 1,120 cm
^{3} - 576 ft.
^{3} - 680 m
^{3} - 9 cm
- 7 in.
- 1,000 m
^{3} - 27 ft.
^{3} - 64 in.
^{3} - 729 cm
^{3} *e*= 15 ft.- 192 cm
^{3} - 180 m
^{3} - 400 in.
^{3} - 60 ft.
^{3} - 270 m
^{3} - 85 cm
^{3} - 128 in.
^{3} - 416 ft.
^{3} - 1 cm
^{3} - 6 m
- 9 ft.

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