Cubic Volume: Multiplication Relationships
Aligned To Common Core Standard:
Grade 5 Measurement and Data - 5.MD.5
How to Find Cubic Volume? The term "cubic volume" means the volume of a cube. While a cuboid is the three-dimensional version of a rectangle, a cube is the three-dimensional version of a square. A square has 4 equal sides while a cube has 12 equal sides. To find out the volume of a cuboid, you multiply the area of rectangular surface area with its depth. For a cube, you multiply the square surface area of the cube with the depth. Area of a square surface is given by; Area of square = L × W as all sides of the square are equal, we can calculate the are using the formula; Area of square = L2 After you have found out the area of the square surface area, you multiply the surface area with the depth to get the cubic volume. Volume of cube = L2 × D, as the depth of a cube is equal to its length and width, we can calculate the volume of cube by using the formula; Volume of cube = L3
Printable Worksheets And Lessons
- Use Three Sides Step-by-step Lesson-
A simple and straight forward cubic volume problem for you.
- Guided Lesson - We
do our reps with cubic volume problems.
- Guided Lesson Explanation
- I try to help students form good habits with these types of problems.
- Practice Worksheet -
We ask you to both determine volume of solid objects and determine
the number of units a solid is made up of.
- Matching Worksheet - Match the cubes to their measures of cubic volume.
These sheets offer a quick refresher and unit memory.
- Homework 1 - What is the volume of cube?
- Homework 2 - Find the length, width, and height of the rectangular cube.
- Homework 3 - Use these numbers in the formula.
Time to view some odd shapes and volume. You first need to rearrange them to work on them.