# Worksheet on Volume

In worksheet on volume we will solve 10 different types of question in volume.

1. The amount of space occupied by a solid is ………..

2. Find the volume of a cube of side 14 cm.

3. Find the volume of a cube of side 17 mm.

4. Find the volume of a cube of side 27 m.

5. Find the volume of a cuboid of dimension 18 cm × 120 mm × 150 mm in cu. cm.

6. Find the volume of a cuboid of dimensions 15 cm × 12 cm × 3 cm.

7. How many cubes of 5 cm are equivalent in volume to a 15 cm cube?

8. Find the volume of a cuboid of dimensions 12 m × 14 m × 3.5 m.

9. How many more cubes are required in Object ’A’ to make the volume equal to Object ‘B’?

10. Find the volume of a cuboid of dimensions 89 mm × 71 mm × 60.5 mm.

11. Find the volume of oil that can be poured into a container of dimensions 13 cm × 8 cm × 11 cm.

12. Find the volume of the given figures. Take the volume of each small cube as 1 cu cm.

13. A cubical of wood was cut into 8 equal cubes of sides 4 cm. What is the volume of the block of wood?

14. Find the volume of the given solid.

15. Find the volume of a cuboid of dimensions 8500 cm × 950 mm × 15 m.

1. Volume

2. 2744 cu. cm.

3. 4913 cu. mm.

4. 19683 cu.m.

5. 3240 cu. cm.

6. 540 cu. cm.

7. 27

8. 588 cu. m.

9. 36 cubes

10. 382299.5 cu. mm.

11. 1144 cu. cm.

12. (i) 24 cu cm

(ii) 9 cu cm

13. 512 cu. m.

14. (i) 360 cu cm

(ii) 1250 cu cm

15. 1211.25 cu. m.

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Units of Volume

Cube.

Cuboid.

Practice Test on Volume.

Worksheet on Volume.