# Volume Of A Rectangular Prism (Word Problems) Worksheet

## 8 problems

To find the volume of a rectangular prism in real life situations, 6th graders should know that the volume of a rectangular prism is calculated by multiplying the length, width, and height of the prism. A Volume of a Rectangular Prism (Word Problems) Worksheet is an excellent resource for teachers to help students practice this topic. In this worksheet the problems are presented in the form of real-life situations, making it easy for students to understand the relevance of this concept in everyday life.

Geometry
6.G.A.2

For example: Joey made a pot of soup to share with her neighbors. He gave each neighbor a rectangular container measuring 10 cm by 8 cm by 12 cm, filled with soup. How much soup was in each container?

Solution:

Volume of a rectangular container can be calculated as follows:

V = length * width * height

V = 10 * 8 * 12

V = 960

Therefore, the amount of soup in each container is 960 cm^3.

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