Geo 10.6 Volume of Prisms and Cylinders

10.6 Find the volume of the cylinder in terms of π. r = 3 h = 6 V= πFind the volume of the cylinder. 10.6 224π 112π 448π 896π 14 d = 16 10.6 A cylinder has a volume of 128π. It has a height of 8, what is the measure of its radius? 4 6 7.6 16 Find the volume of the cylinder with a height that is 3 more than twice the radius. Round to the nearest tenth. 10.6 176 in 2,211.7 in 276.5 in ^{3}552.9 in ^{3}h r = 4 in 10.6 Find the volume of the prism. 12 39 V= Find the volume of the triangular prism. 10.6 1 2 17 V= 10.6 Given that the volume of the prism is 1008 in ^{3} find the length of this box. length? 7 8 18 inches 126 inches 144 inches 952 inches 10.6 6 ^{hint: you need to find}^{this leg of the triangular}^{base}Find the volume of the triangular prism. 16 V= 10 10.6 Find the volume of the cube. 10 ft V = ft ^{3}10.6 Find the volume of the cube. 7x cm 7x ^{3} cm^{3} 49x ^{2} cm^{3} 343 cm ^{3} 343x ^{3} cm^{3}Given that the volume of a cube is 729 in ^{3} find the length of the edge. edge length = inches V = 729 in ^{3} |

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