Name:    Lesson 6: Measuring Volume in Cubic Centimetres

1.

Each cube is 1 cm long, 1 cm wide, 1 cm high, and has a volume of 1 cm3.

What is the volume, in cubic centimetres, of this object built with cubes?

 a. 15 cm3 b. 25 cm3 c. 20 cm3 d. 12 cm3

2.

What is the volume, in cubic centimetres, of this object built with cubes?

 a. 25 cm3 b. 27 cm3 c. 23 cm3 d. 20 cm3

3.

What is the volume, in cubic centimetres, of this object built with cubes?

 a. 28 cm3 b. 18 cm3 c. 13 cm3 d. 23 cm3

4.

What is the volume, in cubic centimetres, of this object built with cubes?

 a. 60 cm3 b. 100 cm3 c. 70 cm3 d. 80 cm3

5.

What is the volume, in cubic centimetres, of this object built with cubes?

 a. 36 cm3 b. 32 cm3 c. 16 cm3 d. 23 cm3

6.

What is the volume, in cubic centimetres, of this object built with cubes?

 a. 24 cm3 b. 36 cm3 c. 48 cm3 d. 60 cm3

7.

Cubic centimetre cubes were used to model the prism on the right.

What is the volume of the prism on the right?
 a. 32 cm3 b. 36 cm3 c. 8 cm3 d. 16 cm3

8.

Use the model on the left to determine the volume of the prism on the right.

 a. 24 cm3 b. 9 cm3 c. 12 cm3 d. 27 cm3

9.

Which object does not have a volume of 60 cm3?
 a. c. b. d.

10.

What is the volume of this prism?

 a. 84 cm3 b. 48 cm3 c. 62 cm3 d. 98 cm3