Decimals and measures: The volume of cubes and cuboids

Decimals and measures: The volume of cubes and cuboids

Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will learn to calculate the volume of cubes and cuboids and then apply this to volume problems.

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3 Questions

Q1.
Calculate the area of the triangle.
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10.545 cm²
18.13 cm²
21.09 cm²
Correct answer: 9.065 cm²
Q2.
Calculate the area of the parallelogram.
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1,190 mm²
Correct answer: 2,380 mm²
2,652 mm²
Q3.
Calculate the area of the rectangle in mm².
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Correct answer: 2,054 mm²
20.54 mm²
205.4 mm²

7 Questions

Q1.
Find the volume of the shape if each block represents 1 cm³.
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4 cm
4 cm²
Correct answer: 4 cm³
Q2.
Find the volume of the shape if each block represents 1 cm³.
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6 cm³
Correct answer: 7 cm³
8 cm³
Q3.
What is the volume of this cuboid?
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14.5 cm³
75 cm
Correct answer: 75 cm³
Q4.
Some measurements are missing from the table below. Which measurement completes the table for a?
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Correct answer: 10 m
2 cm
2 m
72 cm³
Q5.
Some measurements are missing from the table below. Which measurement completes the table for b?
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10 m
2 cm
2 m
Correct answer: 72 cm³
Q6.
Some measurements are missing from the table below. Which measurement completes the table for c?
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10 m
Correct answer: 2 cm
2 m
72 cm³
Q7.
Find the volume of the cube A and cuboid B.
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Correct answer: 224 cm³
320 cm³
54 cm³

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UnitMaths / Decimals and measures