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# Volumes of Right Rectangular Prisms (Grade 6)

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## Volumes of Right Rectangular Prisms

1.
How many 1-inch cubes can fit into a box that measures 10 inches by 2 inches by 4 inches, without any gaps or empty spaces?
1. 16 cubes
2. 24 cubes
3. 80 cubes
4. 124 cubes
2.
What is the volume of a rectangular prism that measures $4/5$units long, $2/5$ units wide, and $3/5$ units high? 1. $11/5 units^3$
2. $24/5 units^3$
3. $11/125 units^3$
4. $24/125 units^3$
3.
The prism shown has the following dimensions:

$bar(AD$ = $1/3 unit$

$bar(DE$ = $3/4 unit$

$bar(DC$ = $3/4 unit$

What is the volume of the prism? 1. $7/12 unit^3$
2. $9/12 unit^3$
3. $7/48 unit^3$
4. $9/48 unit^3$
4.
Anika is building with $1/2$ inch cubes. She constructs a base that is 10 cubes long and 5 cubes wide. She then adds 4 levels of cubes, creating a rectangular prism that measures 10 blocks long, 5 blocks wide, and 4 blocks high. What is the volume of Anika's prism?
1. $25 i n^3$
2. $50 i n^3$
3. $200 i n^3$
4. $250 i n^3$
5.
A large cube is composed of small cubes as shown below. Each small cube measures $1/2$ centimeter per side. What is the volume of the large cube? 1. $125 cm^3$
2. $250 cm^3$
3. $500 cm^3$
4. $1000 cm^3$        You need to be a HelpTeaching.com member to access free printables.