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How to Find the Volume of a Box

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What is the volume of a box with a length of 13 inches, width of 9 inches, and height of 4 inches?

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1. What is the special type of box that has all sides the same?

2. What are the units for the volume of a box, or rectangular prism?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

In addition to units of measurement, the questions asked by this quiz and worksheet will concentrate primarily on finding the volume of a box.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The main focus of this quiz/worksheet will fall on:

  • How to determine the volume of boxes
  • The name of a box with equal sides
  • Units for a box's volume

Skills Practiced

  • Problem solving - use acquired knowledge to solve practice problems on the volume of rectangular prisms
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding specific types of rectangular prisms
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding measurement units for box volume and interpret it correctly

Additional Learning

Discover how much more you're able to learn as far as box volume goes by reading our accompanying lesson called How to Find the Volume of a Box. With the help of this lesson, you'll be more aware of things like:

  • Components of the volume formula
  • Practical uses for the volume formula
  • How the volume formula is applied
  • The proper units of measurement
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