Math Practice Topic: Rectangular Solids 2

Description: Word problems involving rectangular solids. You may need pencil and paper.

Adaptive Learning Progression: The dimensions get bigger.

Sample Levels (out of 6)

Find the surface area and volume. Answer with proper units. To represent m2, use "sq m". Sample answer: "5 sq m". To represent m3, use "cu m".

1.
The surface area of a rectangular solid is 10 yd2.
The lengths of two of the sides are 2 yd and 1 yd.
What is the length of the other side?
length =
2.
The volume of a rectangular solid is 8 in3.
The length is 2 in and the height is 2 in. What is the width?
w =

Find the surface area and volume. Answer with proper units. To represent m2, use "sq m". Sample answer: "5 sq m". To represent m3, use "cu m".

1.
The surface area of a rectangular solid is 118 ft2.
The lengths of two of the sides are 2 ft and 5 ft.
What is the length of the other side?
length =
2.
The volume of a rectangular solid is 180 yd3.
The length is 5 yd and the width is 6 yd. What is the height?
h =
3.
The surface area of a rectangular solid is 182 in2.
The lengths of two of the sides are 3 in and 7 in.
What is the length of the other side?
length =
4.
The volume of a rectangular solid is 60 m3.
The length is 6 m and the width is 5 m. What is the height?
h =

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