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# Measuring Volume by Counting (Grade 5)

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## Measuring Volume by Counting

1.
Each cube measures 1 cubic unit in volume. What is the total volume of all the cubes combined?               1. 1 cubic unit
2. 5 cubic units
3. 15 cubic units
4. 20 cubic units
2.
Each block on the tower shown measures 4 cubic cm in volume. What is the total volume of the tower? 1. 4 cubic cm
2. 10 cubic cm
3. 40 cubic cm
4. 100 cubic cm
3.
Henry has 4 boxes that each have a volume of 3 cubic feet. What is the total volume of Henry's boxes?
1. 3 cubic feet
2. 4 cubic feet
3. 7 cubic feet
4. 12 cubic feet
4.
The figure shown represents the top view of an arrangement of blocks. Each block measures 1 foot on a side. What is the total volume of the blocks? 1. 20 square feet
2. 20 cubic feet
3. 40 square feet
4. 40 cubic feet
5.
Maria is building with cubes. The top view of her construction is shown. If Maria's construction is 1 cube high and each cube measures 1 inch on a side, what is the volume of her construction? 1. 15 square inches
2. 15 cubic inches
3. 22 square inches
4. 22 cubic inches
6.
10 cubes are arranged as shown in the top view of the figure. Each cube measures 2 cm on a side. What is the total volume of the cubes? 1. 10 cubic cm
2. 20 cubic cm
3. 40 cubic cm
4. 80 cubic cm
7.
If each cube shown measures 2 inches on a side, what is the total volume of all the cubes combined?            1. 12 cubic in
2. 24 cubic in
3. 72 cubic in
4. 96 cubic in
8.
Gavin builds the figure shown using cubes. Each cube measures 1 inch on a side. What is the volume of Gavin's figure? 1. 12 cubic inches
2. 12 square inches
3. 36 cubic inches
4. 36 square inches
9.
The volume of a cube box is 1 cubic meter. How many 0.5 cubic meter boxes could fit in the larger box if they were arranged without gaps or overlapping? 1. 2
2. 4
3. 6
4. 8
10.
A storage tote can hold 5 cubic feet of contents. Eli is packing the tote with 0.75 cubic foot boxes. Assuming Eli can pack the tote tightly with no open gaps between boxes, what is the maximum number of boxes he can fit in the tote?
1. 4
2. 5
3. 6
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