# 6:3:2 Volume Of Prisms, Pyramids, Cones

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Calculate the surface area of the following figure:If necessary: round your answer to the nearest hundredth and/or use the pi key on your calculator.

• 1.

### Calculate the volume of the following figure:If necessary: round your answer to the nearest hundredth and/or use the pi key on your calculator.

• A.

38.5 cubic m

• B.

46.8 cubic m

• C.

90.2 cubic m

• D.

115.2 cubic m

A. 38.5 cubic m
• 2.

### Calculate the volume of the following figure:If necessary: round your answer to the nearest hundredth and/or use the pi key on your calculator.

• A.

904.78 cubic ft

• B.

301.59 cubic ft

• C.

226.19 cubic ft

• D.

75.40 cubic ft

D. 75.40 cubic ft
• 3.

### Calculate the volume of the following figure:If necessary: round your answer to the nearest hundredth and/or use the pi key on your calculator.

• A.

1920 cubic m

• B.

960 cubic m

• C.

544 cubic m

• D.

309 cubic m

B. 960 cubic m
Explanation
The volume of the figure is 960 cubic m.

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• 4.

### Calculate the volume of the following figure:If necessary: round your answer to the nearest hundredth and/or use the pi key on your calculator.

• A.

180 cubic m

• B.

230 cubic m

• C.

544 cubic m

• D.

971 cubic m

A. 180 cubic m
• 5.

### Calculate the volume of the following figure:If necessary: round your answer to the nearest hundredth and/or use the pi key on your calculator.

• A.

810 cubic m

• B.

405 cubic m

• C.

270 cubic m

• D.

130 cubic m

C. 270 cubic m
Explanation
The volume of a figure is a measure of the amount of space it occupies. In this case, the volume of the figure is given as 270 cubic meters. This means that the figure takes up a total of 270 cubic meters of space.

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