# Volume in Cubic Units (Grade 5)

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## Volume in Cubic Units

1.

How many cubic units?

- 1
- 5
- 10
- 100

2.

How many cubic units?

- 1
- 10
- 100
- 1000

3.

How many cubic units?

- 1
- 10
- 100
- 1000

4.

The prism below measures 4 unit cubes along side AD, 6 unit cubes along side DE, and 6 unit cubes along side CD. What is the volume of the prism?

- 16 cubic units
- 24 cubic units
- 36 cubic units
- 144 cubic units

5.

The figure below measures 2 unit cubes along side GF, 5 unit cubes along side CF, and 3 unit cubes along CD. What is the volume of the figure?

- 10 cubic units
- 15 cubic units
- 30 cubic units
- 150 cubic units

6.

The large cube below can be packed with smaller unit cubes. When fully packed, without gaps or overlaps, 125 unit cubes fit in the large cube. What is the volume of the large cube?

- 5 cubic units
- 25 cubic units
- 125 cubic units
- 250 cubic units

7.

A cube has a volume of 27 cubic units. How many unit cubes will fit along one side of the cube if there are no gaps or overlaps?

- 3
- 6
- 9
- 27

8.

A rectangular prism measures 6 unit cubes wide and 3 unit cubes high. If the volume of the prism is 90 cubic units, what is the length of the prism in unit cubes?

- 5
- 9
- 10
- 18

9.

The figure below is the top view of a cube constructed from unit cubes. How many unit cubes make up the larger cube?

- 16
- 64
- 128
- 256

10.

Tim is building with cube shaped blocks. The top view of the structure he builds is shown below. The structure is 6 blocks high and each level has the same shape and number of blocks. What is the volume of Tim's structure in cubic units?

- 12
- 18
- 72
- 96

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