Identify the Volume of Triangular Prism Worksheet

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A triangular prism is a type of prism which is made up of three rectangular sides and two triangular bases. They are identical and lateral faces. It is a three-dimensional figure. The volume of a triangular prism is the total space occupied by it from all three dimensions. The volume of a triangular prism can be calculated by multiplying the length of the prism and area of the base triangle.  

Grade 7
Surface Area And Volume

Teaching Volume of Triangular Prism Easily 


  • Firstly, determine the base area of the triangular prism using a suitable formula. 


  • Then, determine the length or height of the prism. 


  • Lastly, multiply the length of the prism with the base area to get an appropriate result. 


Here is an example to solve a problem on volume of a triangular prism. Let’s look at the given example mentioned below to understand more about the volume of triangular prisms.


Volume of a Triangular Prism = Base Area *  Length of the Prism 

                      Where, base area = b 

                      Length of the prism = l









Q. Determine the volume of a triangular prism whose base is 5 inches and length is 3 inches. 


Step 1: Determine...

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