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# Find Volume Of A Rectangular Prism With Fractional Cubes Problems

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### #1 of 8:Mild

Find volume of a rectangular prism with fractional cubes

<p>A rectangular prism is `6` inches high, `2` inches wide, and `5` inches long. </p><p>The prism is completely filled with cubes. Each cube inside the prism has a side length of `1/3` inch. </p><p>How many `1/3` inch cubes are needed to completely fill the right rectangular prism if the cubes have no spaces between them?</p>

### #2 of 8:Medium

Find volume of a rectangular prism with fractional cubes

<p>A rectangular prism is `10` inches high, `8/3` inches wide, and `6` inches long. </p><p>The prism is completely filled with cubes. Each cube inside the prism has a side length of `1/3` inch. </p><p>How many `1/3` inch cubes are needed to completely fill the right rectangular prism if the cubes have no spaces between them?</p>

### #3 of 8:Medium

Find volume of a rectangular prism with fractional cubes

<p>A rectangular prism is `6` inches high, `4` inches wide, and `9/2` inches long. </p><p>The prism is completely filled with cubes. Each cube inside the prism has a side length of `1/2` inch. </p><p>How many `1/2` inch cubes are needed to completely fill the right rectangular prism if the cubes have no spaces between them?</p>

### #4 of 8:Medium

Find volume of a rectangular prism with fractional cubes

<p>A rectangular prism is `6` inches high, `2 1/2` inches wide, and `8` inches long. </p><p>The prism is completely filled with cubes. Each cube inside the prism has a side length of `1/2` inch. </p><p>How many `1/2` inch cubes are needed to completely fill the right rectangular prism if the cubes have no spaces between them?</p>

### #5 of 8:Medium

Find volume of a rectangular prism with fractional cubes

<p>A rectangular prism is `6` inches high, `10/3` inches wide, and `5` inches long. </p><p>The prism is completely filled with cubes. Each cube inside the prism has a side length of `1/3` inch. </p><p>How many `1/3` inch cubes are needed to completely fill the right rectangular prism if the cubes have no spaces between them?</p>

### #6 of 8:Spicy

Find volume of a rectangular prism with fractional cubes

<p>A rectangular prism is `3 1/2` inches high, `2 1/2` inches wide, and `5` inches long. </p><p>The prism is completely filled with cubes. Each cube inside the prism has a side length of `1/2` inch. </p><p>How many `1/2` inch cubes are needed to completely fill the right rectangular prism if the cubes have no spaces between them?</p>

### #7 of 8:Spicy

Find volume of a rectangular prism with fractional cubes

<p>A rectangular prism is `3` inches high, `2 1/2` inches wide, and `1 3/4` inches long. </p><p>The prism is completely filled with cubes. Each cube inside the prism has a side length of `1/4` inch. </p><p>How many `1/4` inch cubes are needed to completely fill the right rectangular prism if the cubes have no spaces between them?</p>

### #8 of 8:Spicy

Find volume of a rectangular prism with fractional cubes

<p>A rectangular prism is `2 1/2` inches high, `3` inches wide, and `1 1/2` inches long. </p><p>The prism is completely filled with cubes. Each cube inside the prism has a side length of `1/2` inch. </p><p>How many `1/2` inch cubes are needed to completely fill the right rectangular prism if the cubes have no spaces between them?</p>

6th Grade students are expected to find the volume of a rectangular prism. But some students face difficulties when determining the volume of a rectangular prism using fractional cubes. To overcome this problem the teachers can assign “Find volume of a rectangular prism with fractional cubes practice problems” to their students.

For example, if the dimensions of a rectangular prism are 6 cm, 5 cm, and 2 cm, and the side length of a cube is ⅓ cm, then the volume of a rectangular prism is 6*5*2=60 cm^3 and the volume of a cube is ⅓ *⅓ *⅓ = 1/27 cm^3. Therefore, the number of cubes that are needed to completely fill the right rectangular prism is 60 ÷ 1/27 = 1620.

6th Grade students are expected to find the volume of a rectangular prism. But some students face difficulties when determining the volume of a rectangular prism using fractional cubes. To overcome this problem the teachers can assign “Find volume of a rectangular prism with fractional cubes practice problems” to their students.

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### What teachers are saying about BytelearnWhat teachers are saying  Stephen Abate
19-year math teacher
Carmel, CA
Any math teacher that I know would love to have access to ByteLearn.  Jennifer Maschino
4-year math teacher
Summerville, SC
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Dean, math program manager, principal
Miami, FL
“ByteLearn provides instant, customized feedback for students—a game-changer to the educational landscape.”