# Find Volume Of A Rectangular Prism With Fractional Cubes Worksheet

Geometry
6.G.A.2

Total questions - 8

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For example: A rectangular prism is 6 cm long, 5 cm wide, and 2 cm high. How many 1/3 cm cubes are needed to completely fill the right rectangular prism if the cubes have no spaces between them?

Solution:

Volume of rectangular prism = Length * width * height

= 6 * 5 * 2

= 60

Volume of cube = side * side * side

= ⅓ * ⅓ * ⅓

= 1/27

Number of cubes = Volume of rectangular prism ÷ Volume of cube

= 60 ÷ 1/27

= 60 * 27

= 1620

Therefore, 1620 cubes are needed to completely fill the right rectangular prism.

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Geometry
6.G.A.2

In 6th Grade Geometry, students learn to find the volume of a rectangular prism by multiplying its length, width, and height. However, things might become a little more challenging when determining the volume of a rectangular prism using fractional cubes. Teachers can use "Find volume of a rectangular prism with fractional cubes worksheet" to assist their students for a better understanding of the concept.

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