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**Lesson: 1 Understand the Concept of Volume**

- Lesson 13.1 Understand the Concept of Volume
- Understand the Concept of Volume Homework & Practice 13.1

**Lesson: 2 Find Volumes of Right Rectangular Prisms**

- Lesson 13.2 Find Volumes of Right Rectangular Prisms
- Find Volumes of Right Rectangular Prisms Homework & Practice 13.2

**Lesson: 3 Apply the Volume Formula**

**Lesson: 4 Find Unknown Dimensions**

**Lesson: 5 Find Volumes of Composite Figures**

- Lesson 13.5 Find Volumes of Composite Figures
- Find Volumes of Composite Figures Homework & Practice 13.5

**Chapter: 13 – Understand Volume**

### Lesson 13.1 Understand the Concept of Volume

**Explore and Grow**

Use centimeter cubes to make each figure.

Which figure takes up the most space? Which figure takes up the least space? How do you know?

Answer:

Figure-3 occupies more space.

Explanation:

figure-1

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 9 x 9 x 1

In the above-given figure l=9 ft, w =9 ft and h = 1ft

volume = 9 x 9 x 1

volume = 81x 1

volume = 81 cubic ft

figure-2

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 3 x 3 x 2

In the above-given figure l=3 ft, w =3 ft and h = 2 ft

volume = 3 x 3 x 2

volume = 9 x 2

volume = 18 cubic ft

figure-3

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 7 x 3 x 5

In the above-given figure l=7 ft, w =3 ft and h = 5 ft

volume = 7 x 3 x 5

volume = 21 x 5

volume = 105 cubic ft

figure-4

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 3 x 3 x 1

In the above-given figure l=3 ft, w =3 ft and h = 1 ft

volume = 3 x 3 x 1

volume = 9 x 1

volume = 9 cubic ft

**Structure**

Can two different figures take up the same amount of space? Explain.

Answer:

Yes.

Explanation:

In example 1 :if we consider l= 3 cm and w = 2 cm and h = 2cm

v = l x w x h

volume = length x width x height

v = 3 x 2 x 2

v = 6 x 2

v = 12 cubic cm

In example 2 : if we consider l= 2 cm and w = 3 cm and h = 2cm.

v = l x w x h

volume = length x width x height

v = 2 x 3 x 2

v = 6 x 2

v = 12 cubic cm.

both the volumes are same.

**Think and Grow: Use Unit Cubes to Find Volume**

**Key Idea**

Volume is a measure of the amount of space that a solid figure occupies. The volume of a unit cube is 1 cubic unit. You can count unit cubes to find the volume of a solid figure.

**Example**

Find the volume of the figure.

The figure is made of __ unit cubes.

So, the volume of the figure is _1_ cubic units.

Answer:

The volume of the figure = 12 cubic feet.

The figure is made up of 7 unit cubes.

So, the volume of the figure is 1 cubic units.

Explanation:

The volume of the figure = l x w x h

where l = length, w = width and h = height.

given that l = 4 , w= 3 and h = 1

v = 4 x 3 x 1

v = 12 x 1

v = 12 cubic feet.

The figure is made up of 7 unit cubes.

So, the volume of the figure is 1 cubic units.

**Example**

Find the volume of the figure.

Each unit cube has an edge length of ___

So, each unit cube has a volume of ___.

The figure is made of ___ unit cubes.

So, the volume of the figure is ___.

Answer:

Each cube has an edge length of 1 unit

So, each cube has a volume of 1 cubic unit.

The figure is made of 12 unit cubes.

So, the volume of the figure is 12 cubic cm

Explanation:

Each cube has an edge length of 1 unit

So, each cube has a volume of 1 cubic unit.

v = l x w x h

v = 1 x 1 x 1

v = 1 cubic unit

volume of figure = l x w x h

v = 3 x 2 x 2

where l = 3 cm , w = 2 cm and h = 2 cm given.

v = 3 x 2 x 2

v = 6 x 2

v = 12 cubic cm.

**Show and Grow**

Find the volume of the figure.

Question 1.

Volume = 6 cubic units

Answer:

The volume of the cube = 16 cubic feet.

Explanation:

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 4 x 1 x 4

In the above-given figure l=4 ft, w =1 ft and h = 4ft

volume = 4 x 1 x 4

volume = 4 x 4

volume = 16 cubic ft

Question 2.

Volume = ___

Answer :- 16

Explanation:- width*length*height(w*l*h)

= 2*4*2

=16

Answer:

The volume of cube = 16 cubic feet.

Explanation:

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 4 x 2 x 2

In the above-given figure l=4 ft, w = 2 ft and h = 2ft

volume = 4 x 2 x 2

volume = 8 x 12

volume = 16 cubic ft

**Apply and Grow: Practice**

Find the volume of the figure.

Question 3.

Volume = ___

Answer:

The volume of the figure = 9 cubic feet.

Explanation:

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 3 x 1 x 3

In the above-given figure l=3 ft, w = 1 ft and h = 3ft

volume = 3 x 3

volume = 9 cubic ft

Question 4.

Volume = ___

Answer:

The volume of the figure = 18 cubic feet.

Explanation:

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 3 x 3 x 2

In the above-given figure l=3 ft, w = 3 ft and h = 2ft

volume = 3 x 3 x 2

volume = 9 x 2

volume = 18 cubic feet

Question 5.

Volume = ____

Answer:

The volume of the figure = 9 cubic feet.

Explanation:

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 3 x 1 x 3

In the above-given figure l=3 ft, w = 1 ft and h = 3 ft

volume = 3 x 1 x 3

volume = 3 x 3

volume = 9 cubic feet

Question 6.

Volume = ____

Answer:

The volume of the figure = 40 cubic feet.

Explanation:

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 4 x 2 x 5

In the above-given figure l=4 ft, w = 2 ft and h = 5 ft

volume = 4 x 2 x 5

volume = 8 x 5

volume = 40 cubic feet

Question 7.

Cube-shaped shipping boxes, like the one shown, are packed into a van. They form a solid without any gaps or overlaps that is 3 feet long, 2 feet wide, and 3 feet tall. What is the volume of the solid formed?

Answer:

The volume of the solid formed = 40 cubic feet.

Explanation:

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 3 x 2 x 3

In the above-given figure l=3 ft, w = 2 ft and h = 3 ft

volume = 3 x 2 x 3

volume = 6 x 3

volume = 18 cubic feet

Question 8.

**YOU BE THE TEACHER**

Your friend says the volume of the figure is 12 cubic centimeters. Is your friend correct? Explain.

Answer:

No my friend is not correct.

The volume of the figure = 24 cubic cm.

Explanation:

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 4 x 2 x 3

In the above-given figure l=4 ft, w = 2 ft and h = 3 ft

volume = 4 x 2 x 3

volume = 8 x 3

volume = 24 cubic feet

Question 9.

**DIG DEEPER!**

What is the volume of the figure formed by the missing cubes?

Answer:

The volume of the figure formed by the missing cubes = 32 cubic inches.

Explanation:

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 4 x 4 x 2

In the above-given figure l=4 ft, w = 4 ft and h = 2 ft

volume = 4 x 4 x 2

volume = 16 x 2

volume = 32 cubic feet

**Think and Grow: Modeling Real Life**

**Example**

The puzzle is made of unit cubes. A box can hold 20 of the puzzles without any gaps or overlaps. What is the volume of the box?

Find the volume of one puzzle.

The puzzle is made of unit cubes that each have an edge length of ___.

So, each unit cube has a volume of ___.

One puzzle is made of ___ unit cubes.

So, the volume of one puzzle is ___.

Answer:

The puzzle is made of unit cubes that each have an edge length of 3cm.

so, each unit cube has a volume of 1 cm.

one puzzle is made up of 3 cm

so, the volume of one puzzle is 27 cubic cm.

Explanation:

In the above-given figure,

length = 3 cm, width = 3 cm, height = 3cm

volume of the cube = l x w x h

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 3 x 3 x 3

volume = 9 x 3

volume = 27 cubic cm

Multiply the volume of one puzzle by the number of puzzles

___ × ___ = ____

So, the volume of the box is ___.

Answer:

The volume of the box =

**Show and Grow**

Question 10.

A container holds 8 of the snowglobe boxes shown, without any gaps or overlaps. What is the volume of the container?

Answer:

The volume of the container = 36 cubic in.

Explanation:

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 4 x 3 x 3

In the above-given figure l=4 in, w = 3 in and h = 3 in

volume = 4 x 3 x 3

volume = 13 x 3

volume = 36 cubic in

Question 11.

The shelving unit is made of six small compartments, one medium compartment, and one large compartment. Each small compartment has a length, a width, and a height of 1 foot. What is the volume of the shelving unit?

Answer:

The volume of the shelving unit = 4 cubic feet.

Explanation:

In the above-given question the shelving unit is made of six small compartments, one medium compartment, and one large compartment.

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 4 x 1 x 1

In the above-given figure l=4 ft, w = 1 ft and h = 1 ft

volume = 4 x 1 x 1

volume = 4 x 1

volume = 4 cubic feet.

### Understand the Concept of Volume Homework & Practice 13.1

Find the volume of the figure.

Question 1.

Volume = ___

Answer:

The volume of the figure = 15 cubic feet.

Explanation:

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 5 x 1 x 3

In the above-given figure l=5 ft, w = 1 ft and h = 3 ft

volume = 5 x 1 x 3

volume = 5 x 3

volume = 15 cubic feet.

Question 2.

Volume = ___

Answer:

The volume of the figure = 27 cubic feet.

Explanation:

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 3 x 3 x 3

In the above-given figure l=3 ft, w = 3 ft and h = 3 ft

volume = 3 x 3 x 3

volume = 9 x 3

volume = 27 cubic feet.

Question 3.

Volume = ___

Answer:

The volume of the figure = 10 cubic feet.

Explanation:

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 2 x 1 x 5

In the above-given figure l=2 ft, w = 1 ft and h = 5 ft

volume = 2 x 1 x 5

volume = 2 x 5

volume = 10 cubic feet.

Question 4.

Volume = ___

Answer:

The volume of the figure = 8 cubic cm.

Explanation:

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 2 x 2 x 2

In the above-given figure l=2 cm, w = 2 cm and h = 2 cm

volume = 2 x 2 x 2

volume = 4 x 2

volume = 8 cubic cm.

Question 5.

Cube-shaped boxes, like the one shown, are placed together for a display at a store. They form a solid without any gaps or overlaps that is 5 feet long, 4 feet wide, and 1 foot tall. What is the volume of the solid formed?

Answer:

The volume of the solid formed = 20 cubic ft.

Explanation:

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 5 x 4 x 1

In the above-given figure l= 5 ft , w = 4 ft and h = 1 ft

volume = 5 x 4 x 1

volume = 20 x 1

volume = 20 cubic ft.

Question 6.

**YOU BE THE TEACHER**

Your friend says the figures have the same volume. Is your friend correct? Explain.

Answer:

Yes, my friend is correct.

Explanation:

In the 1st given figure l= 4 cm, w = 1cm h = 1 cm.

volume = l x w x h

volume = 4 x 1 x 1

volume = 4 x 1

volume = 4 cubic cm

In the 2nd given figure l= 2 in , w = 1 in h = 2 in .

volume = l x w x h

volume = 2 x 1 x 2

volume = 2 x 2

volume = 4 cubic in

Question 7.

**DIG DEEPER!**

Newton uses 32 centimeter cubes to build a solid. The base of the solid is shown. What is the height of the solid?

Answer:

The height of the solid = 24 cm

Explanation:

In the above-given figure, Newton uses 32-centimeter cubes to build a solid.

The number of cubes filled in the solid = 8 cm cubes.

The remaining cubes used to fill the solid is

32 – 8

24

The height of the solid = 24 cm

Question 8.

**Modeling Real Life**

A container holds 27 of the spring toy boxes shown, without any gaps or overlaps. What is the volume of the container?

Answer:

The volume of the container = 8 cubic in.

Explanation:

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 2 x 2 x 2

In the above-given figure l= 2 in , w = 2 in and h = 2 in.

volume = 2 x 2 x 2

volume = 4 x 2

volume = 8 cubic in.

Question 9.

**Modeling Real Life**

A store stacks boxes in an organized display. Each shaded box has a length, a width, and a height of 1 foot. What is the volume of the display?

Answer:

The volume of the display = 28 cubic ft.

Explanation:

In the above-given figure,

the shaded box has a length, width, and height of 1 foot.

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 7 x 2 x 2

In the above-given figure l= 7 ft , w = 2 ft and h = 2 ft.

volume = 7 x 2 x 2

volume = 14 x 2

volume = 28 cubic ft.

**Review & Refresh**

Divide.

Question 10.

3 ÷ 5 = ___

Answer:

Divisor = 3

dividend = 5

Quotient = 1.6

Explanation:

Question 11.

1 ÷ 4 = ___

Answer:

Divisor = 1

dividend = 4

Quotient = 4

Explanation:

Question 12.

7 ÷ 8 = ___

Answer:

Divisor = 7

dividend = 8

Quotient = 4

Explanation:

### Lesson 13.2 Find Volumes of Right Rectangular Prisms

**Explore and Grow**

You can stack identical layers of unit cubes to build a rectangular prism.

Use centimeter cubes to make one layer of a rectangular prism. Then stack identical layers and complete the table.

Answer:

The volume of one layer = 9 cubic cm

volume of 2 layers = 216 cubic cm

volume of 3 layers = 729 cubic cm

volume of 4 layers = 1,728 cubic cm

the volume of prism for 1 layer = 9 cubic cm

the volume of prism for 2 layers = 72 cubic cm

the volume of prism for 3 layers = 729 cubic cm

volume of prism for 4 layers = 1,728 cubic cm

Explanation:

Given that,

the number of layers are 1, 2, 3, 4.

volume of 1 layer = l x w x h

l = 3, w = 1 , h = 3

volume = 3 x 1 x 3

v = 9 cubic cm

volume of 2nd layer = l x w x h

l = 6, w = 6 , h = 6

volume = 6 x 6 x 6

v = 9 cubic cm

volume of 3rd layer = l x w x h

l = 9, w = 9 , h = 9

volume = 9 x 9 x 9

v = 729 cubic cm

volume of 4th layer = l x w x h

l = 12, w = 12 , h = 12

volume = 12 x 12 x 12

v = 1,728 cubic cm

volume of rectangular prism = l x w x h

where l= length, w = width and h= height

volume of 1 layer = l x w x h

l = 3, w = 1 , h = 3

volume = 3 x 1 x 3

v = 9 cubic cm

volume of 2nd layer = l x w x h

l = 6, w = 6 , h = 6

volume = 6 x 6 x 6

v = 9 cubic cm

volume of 3rd layer = l x w x h

l = 9, w = 9 , h = 9

volume = 9 x 9 x 9

v = 729 cubic cm

volume of 4th layer = l x w x h

l = 12, w = 12 , h = 12

volume = 12 x 12 x 12

volume = 1,728 cubic cm

**Precision**

Explain the relationship among the values in each row of the table.

**Think and Grow: Find Volumes of Right Rectangular Prisms**

**Key Idea**

A right rectangular prism is a solid figure with six rectangular faces.

To find the volume of a right rectangular prism, multiply the number of unit cubes that cover the base by the number of layers of unit cubes.

**Example**

Find the volume of the rectangular prism.

Each unit cube has an edge length of ___

So, each unit cube has a volume of ___.

Answer:

The volume of the rectangular prism = 24 cubic in.

Each unit cube has an edge length = 1 cm

so, each unit cube has a volume = 1 cubic cm

Explanation:

The volume of the rectangular prism = l x w x h

where l = length, w = width and h = height

In the above figure, given that l = 4 in, w = 3 in, and h = 2 in.

v= 4 x 3 x 2

v = 12 x 2

v = 24 cubic in.

each cube has an edge length of 1 cm

in the above-figure shown that each cube has a length of 1 cm.

each cube has a volume of 1 cubic cm.

v = 1 x 1 x 1

v = 1 x 1

v = 1 cubic cm

Find the number of unit cubes in a base layer. Then multiply by the number of layers to find the volume.

A base layer is made of ___ × ___ = ___ unit cubes.

The prism is made of _____ layers of unit cubes.

So, the prism is made of ___ × ___ = ___ unit cubes.

The volume of the prism is ___.

Answer:

A base layer is made up of 4 x 1 = 4 cm cubes.

The prism is made up of 2 layers of unit cubes.

So, the prism is made up of 8 x 1 = 8 unit cubes.

The volume of the prism = 24 cubic in

Explanation:

In the above-given figure,

the base layer is made up of 4 cubes and it has 1 unit

4 x 1 = 4 unit cubes.

In the above-given figure,

the prism is made up of 2 layers of unit cubes.

so the prism is made up of 8 unit cubes.

8 x 1 = 8 unit cubes.

volume of the prism = length x width x height

v = l x w x h

v = 4 x 3 x 2

v = 24 cubic in

**Show and Grow**

Find the volume of the rectangular prism.

Question 1.

Volume = ___

Answer:

The volume of rectangular prism = 20 cubic cm.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

In the above-given figure, l= 5 cm , w = 2 cm , h = 2 cm.

volume = l x w x h

v = 5 x 2 x 2

v = 10 x 2

v = 20 cubic cm.

Question 2.

Volume = ___

Answer:

The volume of rectangular prism = 18 cubic ft.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

In the above-given figure, l= 2 ft , w = 3 ft , h = 3 ft .

volume = l x w x h

v = 2 x 3 x 3

v = 6 x 3

v = 18 cubic ft .

**Apply and Grow: Practice**

Find the volume of the rectangular prism.

Question 3.

Volume = ___

Answer:

The volume of rectangular prism = 60 cubic ft.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

In the above-given figure, l= 4 ft , w = 3 ft , h = 5 ft .

volume = l x w x h

v = 4 x 3 x 5

v = 12 x 5

v = 60 cubic ft .

Question 4.

Volume = ___

Answer:

The volume of rectangular prism = 36 cubic cm.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

In the above-given figure, l= 6cm , w = 2 cm , h = 3 cm.

volume = l x w x h

v = 6 x 2 x 3

v = 12 x 3

v = 36 cubic cm .

Question 5.

Volume = ___

Answer:

The volume of rectangular prism = 108 cubic in.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

In the above-given figure, l= 9 in , w = 3 in , h = 4 in.

volume = l x w x h

v = 9 x 3 x 4

v = 27 x 4

v = 108 cubic in .

Question 6.

Volume = ___

Answer:

The volume of rectangular prism = 80 cubic ft.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

In the above-given figure, l= 5 ft , w = 8 ft , h = 2 ft.

volume = l x w x h

v = 5 x 8 x 2

v = 40 x 2

v = 80 cubic ft .

Question 7.

A rectangular prism is made of unit cubes, like the one shown. The prism is 6 centimeters long, 3 centimeters wide, and 4 centimeters tall. What is the volume of the prism?

Answer:

The volume of rectangular prism = 72 cubic cm.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

In the above-given question, l= 6 cm , w = 3 cm , h = 4 cm.

volume = l x w x h

v = 6 x 3 x 4

v = 18 x 4

v = 72 cubic cm .

Question 8.

**Structure**

What happens to the volume of a rectangular prism when you double its height? Justify your answer by giving an example.

Answer:

The volume of the rectangular prism is increased.

Explanation:

For example, we are assuming l = 3 in , w = 2 in and h = 2 in.

volume of the rectangular prism = l x w x h

v = 3 x 2 x 2

In the above given question height is doubled.

h = 4

v = 3 x 2 x 4

v = 6 x 4

v = 24 cubic in

Question 9.

**DIG DEEPER!**

How many unit cubes can fit inside the rectangular prism? Explain.

Answer:

80 unit cubes can fit inside the rectangular prism.

Explanation:

For example, we are assuming l = 5 , w = 8 and h = 2 ft .

v = l x w x h

v = 5 x 8 x 2

v = 40 x 2

v = 80 cubiic feets.

**Think and Grow: Modeling Real Life**

**Example**

A package containing video games has a volume of 150 cubic inches. The diagram shows the number of packages that can fit in a shipping box. Estimate the volume of the shipping box.

Find the number of packages in a base layer of the shipping box. Then multiply by the number of layers to find the total number of packages.

A base layer of the shipping box can hold 2 × 3 = 6 packages. There are 4 layers. So, the shipping box holds 4 × 6 = 24 packages.

Multiply the volume of 1 package by the number of packages that fit in the shipping box.

24 × __ = __ cubic inches

So, the volume of the shipping box is about __ cubic inches.

Answer:

a. The number of packages in a base layer of the shipping box = 6 packages.

number of layers = 4 and total number of packages = 6

6 x 4 = 24

The number of packages that fit in the shipping box = 6 boxes

1 x 6 = 6

volume of 1 package = 1 cube.

Explanation:

a. The number of packages in a base layer of the shipping box = 6 packages.

6 x 4 = 24

number of layers = 4 and total number of packages = 6

6 x 4 = 24

The number of packages that fit in the shipping box = 6 boxes

1 x 6 = 6

volume of 1 package = 1 cube.

**Show and Grow**

Question 10.

A book has a volume of 91 cubic inches. The diagram shows the number of books that can fit in a container.

Estimate the volume of the container.

Answer:

The volume of the container = 819 in

Explanation:

In the above-given figure,

A book has a volume of 91 cubic inches.

9 books can fit in the container .

91 x 9 = 819 in.

Question 11.

**DIG DEEPER!**

Your teacher stores 12 of the crates in a supply closet. The closet is 3 feet long, 2 feet wide, and 7 feet tall. How much extra space is in the closet?

Answer:

The extra space in the closet = 43 cubic ft.

Explanation:

volume of closet = l x w x h

where l = length, w = width and h = height.

l = 3 ft , w = 2 ft and h = 7 ft.

v = 3 x 2 x 7

v = 6 x 7

v = 42 cubic feet

In the above given figure,

l = 1 ft , w = 1 ft, and h = 1 ft

v = 1 x 1 x 1

v = 1 cubic cm

The extra space = 42 + 1

43 cubic ft

### Find Volumes of Right Rectangular Prisms Homework & Practice 13.2

Find the volume of the rectangular prism.

Question 1.

Volume = ___

Answer:

The volume of the right rectangular prism = 30 cubic cm.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

In the above-given figure, l= 5 cm , w = 2 cm , h = 3 cm.

volume = l x w x h

v = 5 x 2 x 3

v = 10 x 3

v = 30 cubic cm.

Question 2.

Volume = ___

Answer:

The volume of the right rectangular prism = 120 cubic in.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

In the above-given figure, l= 4 in , w = 3 in , h = 3 in.

volume = l x w x h

v = 4 x 3 x 3

v = 40 x 3

v = 120 cubic in

Question 3.

Volume = ___

Answer:

The volume of the right rectangular prism = 50 cubic ft.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

In the above-given figure, l= 5 ft , w = 5 ft , h = 2 ft.

volume = l x w x h

v = 5 x 5 x 2

v = 25 x 2

v = 50 cubic ft.

Question 4.

Volume = ___

Answer:

The volume of the right rectangular prism = 120 cubic cm.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

In the above-given figure, l=10 cm , w = 3 cm , h = 4cm.

volume = l x w x h

v = 10 x 3 x 4

v = 30 x 4

v = 120 cubic cm.

Question 5.

A rectangular prism is made of unit cubes, like the one shown. The prism is 7 inches long, 2 inches wide, and 4 inches tall. What is the volume of the prism?

Answer:

The volume of the right rectangular prism = 120 cubic in.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

In the above-given question , l=7 in , w = 2 in , h = 4 in.

volume = l x w x h

v = 7 x 2 x 4

v = 14 x 4

v = 176 cubic in.

Question 6.

**Reasoning**

A cube has a volume of 27 cubic inches. What is the edge length of the cube?

Answer:

The edge length of the cube = 3 in

Explanation:

In the above-given question,

the volume of cube = 27 cubic inches.

v = l x w x h

v = 3 x 3 x 3

The edge length of the cube = 3 in

Question 7.

**Reasoning**

You, Newton, and Descartes each build the rectangular prism shown. You stack all three prisms on top of each other. What is the volume of the new prism? How many times greater is the volume of the new prism than the volume of your original prism?

Answer:

The volume of the new prism = 24 cubic cm

Explanation:

In the above-given figure,

l = 4 cm , w = 1 cm and h = 2 cm given.

v = l x w x h

v = 4 x 1 x 2

v = 4 x 2

v = 8 cubic cm

I stack all 3 prisms on top of each other.

The volume of the new prism = 12 x 1 x 2

v = 12 x 2

v = 24 cubic cm.

Question 8.

**Modeling Real Life**

A shoe box has a volume of 336 cubic inches. The diagram shows the number of shoe boxes that can fit in a shipping box. Estimate the volume of the shipping box.

Answer:

The volume of the shipping box = 3,024 cubic in.

Explanation:

Given that a shoebox has a volume of 336 cubic inches.

In the shipping box, we can fit 9 shoe boxes.

volume of the shipping box = 336 x 9

volume = 3,024 cubic in

Question 9.

**Modeling Real Life**

The wooden pallet can hold a maximum of 5 layers of boxes.A worker places 48 boxes, like the one shown, on to the pallet with no gaps. How many more boxes can fit?

Answer:

The more boxes can fit = 3 boxes.

Explanation:

Given that the wooden pallet can hold a maximum of 5 layers of boxes.

A worker places 48 boxes

The more boxes can fit = 5 x 9

5 x 9 = 45 cubic ft

48 – 45 = 3 boxes.

**Review & Refresh**

Use a common denominator to write an equivalent fraction for each fraction.

Question 10.

Answer:

(18/27) , (15/27)

Explanation:

Factors of 3 = 1, 3

factrs of 9 = 1, 3 , 9

from those the common are 1, 3.

1 x 3 = 3

3 x 3 = 9

2 x 9 = 18

5 x 3 = 15

(18/27) , (15/27)

Question 11.

Answer:

(7/28) , (12/28)

Explanation:

Factors of 4 = 1, 4 and 2.

factrs of 7 = 1, 7

from those the common are 1

7 x 4 = 28

7 x 1 = 7

3 x 4 = 12

(7/28) , (12/28)

### Lesson 13.3 Apply the Volume Formula

**Explore and Grow**

Work with a partner. Use centimeter cubes to create several different rectangular prisms, each with a volume of 12 cubic centimeters. Record your results in the table.

What do you notice about the dimensions of each prism?

Answer:

The dimensions of each prism = 2cm, 3 cm ,2cm.

length = 2 width = 3 and height = 2.

Base length, base width, and height

2, 3, 2.

3, 2, 2.

2, 2, 3.

4, 3, 1.

Explanation:

In the above-given question,

volume of each cube = 12 cubic cm.

we can assume length = 2cm width = 3cm and height = 2cm.

otherwise we can assume length = 3 cm width = 2 cm and height = 2cm.

length = 2 cm width = 2 cm and height = 3 cm.

length = 4 cm width = 3 cm and height = 1 cm.

**Structure**

How can you find the volume of a rectangular prism without using unit cubes?

Answer:

we can find the volume of a rectangular prism by using cm cubes.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

Assume, l= 4 in , w = 3 in , h = 3 in.

volume = l x w x h

v = 4 x 3 x 3

v = 40 x 3

v = 120 cubic in

**Think and Grow: Use a Formula to Find Volume**

**Key Idea**

You can use the length, width, and height of a rectangular prism to find its volume.

Volume of a Rectangular Prism

**Example**

Find the volume of the rectangular prism.

Answer:

The volume of rectangular prism = 160 cubic feet.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

Assume, l= 4 in , w = 3 in , h = 3 in.

volume = l x w x h

v = 4 x 3 x 3

v = 40 x 3

v = 120 cubic in

**Show and Grow**

Find the volume of the rectangular prism.

Question 1.

Answer:

The Volume of rectangular prism = 125 cubic cm.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

Assume, l= 5 cm , w = 5 cm , h = 5 cm.

volume = l x w x h

v = 5 x 5 x 5

v = 25 x 5

v = 125 cubic cm.

Question 2.

Answer:

The Volume of rectangular prism = 540 cubic in.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

Assume, l= 6 in , w = 9 in , h = 10 in.

volume = l x w x h

v = 6 x 9 x 10

v = 54 x 10

v = 540 cubic in.

**Apply and Grow: Practice**

Find the volume of the rectangular prism.

Question 3.

Answer:

The Volume of rectangular prism = 60 cubic in.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

Assume, l= 5 in , w = 2 in , h = 5 in.

volume = l x w x h

v = 5 x 2 x 6

v = 10 x 6

v = 60 cubic in.

Question 4.

Answer:

The Volume of rectangular prism = 108 cubic cm.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

Assume, l= 9 cm , w = 4 cm , h = 3 cm .

volume = l x w x h

v = 9 x 4 x 3

v = 36 x 3

v = 108 cubic cm.

Question 5.

Newton’s dog house is a rectangular prism. The house is 5 feet long, 4 feet wide, and 5 feet tall. What is the volume of the house?

Answer:

The Volume of house = 100 cubic ft.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

Assume, l= 5 ft , w = 4 ft , h = 5 ft .

volume = l x w x h

v = 5 x 4 x 5

v = 20 x 5

v = 100 cubic ft.

Question 6.

A hole dug for an in-ground swimming pool is a rectangular prism. The hole is 20 feet long, 10 feet wide, and 6 feet tall. What is the volume of the hole?

Answer:

The Volume of the hole = 1200 cubic ft.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

Assume, l= 20 ft , w = 10 ft , h = 6 ft .

volume = l x w x h

v = 20 x 10 x 6

v = 200 x 6

v = 1200 cubic ft.

Question 7.

**Structure**

Compare the dimensions and volumes of the three rectangular prisms. What do you notice?

Answer:

The dimensions and volumes of the 3 rectangular prisms are equal volumes.

Explanation:

volume of the 1st rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

Assume, l= 4 in , w = 6 in , h = 3 in .

volume = l x w x h

v = 4 x 6 x 3

v = 24 x 3

v = 72 cubic in.

volume of the 3rd rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

Assume, l= 6 in , w = 3 in , h = 4 in .

volume = l x w x h

v = 6 x 3 x 4

v = 18 x 4

v = 72 cubic in.

volume of the 2nd rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

Assume, l= 3 in , w = 4 in , h = 6 in .

volume = l x w x h

v = 3 x 4 x 6

v = 12 x 6

v = 72 cubic in.

Question 8.

**DIG DEEPER!**

What is the volume of Newton’s rectangular prism?

Answer:

volume of the Newtons rectangular prism = 400 cubic cm

Explanation:

volume of the Newtons rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l= 2 cm , w = 6 in , h = 3 in .

height = 5times of length = 5 x 2 = 10 cm

width = 2 times of height = 10 x 2 = 20 cm

volume = l x w x h

v = 2 x 20 x 10

v = 40 x 10

v = 400 cubic cm.

**Think and Grow: Modeling Real Life**

**Example**

The dump truck bed is a rectangular prism. The area of the base is 8 square yards.The height is 2 yards. The driver needs to transport 18 cubic yards of gravel. Can he transport all of the gravel at once?

Use a formula to find the volume of the dump truck bed.

The volume of the dump truck bed is ___.

Compare the volume of the bed to the amount of gravel.

So, the driver __ transport all of the gravel at once.

Answer:

The volume of dump truck bed = 16 sq yards.

the volume of bed to the amount of gravel = 16: 18

so, the driver cannot transport all of the gravel at once.

Explanation:

The volume of dump truck bed = base x height

v = b x h

where base = 8 yds and height = 2 yards.

v = 8 x 2

v = 16 sq yds.

volume of bed to the amount of gravel is 18 yards given.

16: 18

so, the driver cannot transport all of the gravel at once.

**Show and Grow**

Question 9.

The aquarium is a rectangular prism. The area of the base is 288 square inches. Can the aquarium hold 4,500 cubic inches of water? Explain.

Answer:

Yes, the aquarium can hold 4,500 cubic inches of water.

Explanation:

the volume of rectangular prism = base x height

area = 288 sq inches given . height = 16 in

volume = 288 x 16

v = 4608 cubic in.

The aquarium can hold 4,500 cubic in of water.

Question 10.

**DIG DEEPER!**

A principal orders two types of lockers for the school. Which locker has a greater volume? How much greater?

Answer:

Locker B has greater volume than Locker A.

Explanation:

volume of the Locker A = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

Assume, l= 12 in , w = 15 in , h = 6 in .

volume = l x w x h

v = 12 x 15 x 6

v = 180 x 6

v = 1080 cubic in.

volume of the Locker B = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

Assume, l= 15 in , w = 15 in , h = 5 in .

volume = l x w x h

v = 15 x 15 x 5

v = 225 x 5

v = 1125 cubic in.

### Apply the Volume Formula Homework & Practice 13.3

Find the volume of the rectangular prism.

Question 1.

Answer:

The Volume of the rectangular prism = 64 cubic in.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

Assume, l= 4 in , w = 4 in , h = 4 in .

volume = l x w x h

v = 4 x 4 x 4

v = 16 x 4

v = 64 cubic in.

Question 2.

Answer:

The Volume of the rectangular prism = 120 cubic ft.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

Assume, l= 8 ft , w = 5 ft , h = 3 ft .

volume = l x w x h

v = 8 x 5 x 3

v = 40 x 3

v = 120 cubic ft.

Question 3.

Answer:

The Volume of the rectangular prism = 56 cubic ft.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

Assume, l= 4 ft , w = 2ft , h = 7 ft .

volume = l x w x h

v = 4 x 2 x 7

v = 8 x 7

v = 56 cubic ft.

Question 4.

Answer:

The Volume of the rectangular prism = 120 cubic cm.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

Assume, l= 6 cm , w = 5 cm , h = 4 cm .

volume = l x w x h

v = 6 x 5 x 4

v = 30 x 4

v = 120 cubic cm.

Question 5.

A toy chest is a rectangular prism. The chest is 4 feet long, 2 feet wide, and 2 feet tall. What is the volume of the chest?

Answer:

The Volume of the chest = 16 cubic ft.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

Assume, l= 4 ft , w = 2 ft , h = 2 ft .

volume = l x w x h

v = 4 x 2 x 2

v = 8 x 2

v = 16 cubic ft.

Question 6.

**YOU BE THE TEACHER**

Your friend uses the formula V = B × h and finds V = 10 × 9 = 90 cubic inches. Is your friend correct? Explain.

Answer:

No, my friend is not correct.

Explanation:

volume = base x height

v = 9 x 5

where base = 9 in, height = 5 in given.

v = 45 cubic in.

Question 7.

**Number Sense**

Find the volume of the rectangular prism. Then double the dimensions of the prism and ﬁnd the new volume. How does the new volume compare to the original volume?

Answer:

The new Volume of the prism= 3600 cubic ft.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

Assume, l= 4 in , w = 3 in , h = 5 in .

volume = l x w x h

v = 4 x 3 x 5

v = 12 x 5

v = 60 cubic in.

Given that the dimensions are doubled.

4 x 4 = 16 , 3 x 3 = 9, 5 x 5 = 25

volume of the new rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

Assume, l= 16 in , w = 9 in , h = 25 in .

volume = l x w x h

v = 16 x 9 x 25

v = 144 x 25

v = 3600 cubic in.

Question 8.

**Modeling Real Life**

A sandbox is a rectangular prism. The area of the base is 3,600 square inches. The height is 11 inches. You add 38,000 cubic inches of sand to the box. Do you ﬁll the sandbox to the top? Explain.

Answer:

Yes, we can fill the sandbox to the top.

Explanation:

volume = base x height

v = 3600 x 11

v = 39,600 cubic in.

if we add 38,000 cubic inches of sand to the box

39,600 + 38,000

77,600 inches.

Question 9.

**DIG DEEPER!**

Each piece of Descartes’s clubhouse is a cube. What is the volume of the clubhouse? Explain.

Answer:

The volume of the clubhouse = 6 cubic feet.

Explanation:

volume of the cube = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

Assume, l= 3 ft , w = 2 ft , h = 1 ft .

volume = l x w x h

v = 3 x 2 x 1

v = 6 x 1

v = 6 cubic ft.

**Review & Refresh**

Find the quotient. Then check your answer.

Question 10.

3.38 ÷ 2.6 = ___

Answer:

Quotient = 1.3

Explanation:

Question 11.

6.12 ÷ 1.53 = __

Answer:

Quotient = 4.0

Explanation:

Question 12.

0.63 ÷ 0.9 = ___

Answer:

Quotient = 0.7

Explanation:

### Lesson 13.4 Find Unknown Dimensions

Explore and Grow

For each row of the table, use centimeter cubes to create the rectangular prism described. Then complete the table.

**Construct Arguments**

Explain how you determined the unknown dimension for each rectangular prism.

Answer:

volume = 8, length = 2cm, width = 2 cm, height = 2 cm.

volume = 15, length = 5cm, width = 3 cm, height = 1 cm.

volume = 24, length = 8cm, width = 2 cm, height = 4 cm.

volume = 36, length = 4cm, width = 3 cm, height = 3 cm.

Explanation:

Volume of rectangular prism = l x w x h

length = 2cm, width = 2cm given.

volume = 2 x 2 x 2

v = 8 cubic cm, h = 2 cm

Volume of rectangular prism = l x w x h

length = 5cm, height= 1cm given.

volume = 2 x 3 x 1

v = 15 cubic cm, w = 3 cm

Volume of rectangular prism = l x w x h

width = 2cm, height= 4cm given.

volume =3 x 2 x 4

v = 24 cubic cm, l = 3 cm

Volume of rectangular prism = l x w x h

length = 4cm, width= 3cm given.

volume =4 x 3 x 3

v = 36 cubic cm, h = 3 cm

**Think and Grow: Find Unknown Dimensions**

**Example**

The volume of the rectangular prism is 56 cubic feet. Find the height.

Answer:

The height of the rectangular prism = cm

Explanation:

Given that volume of rectangular prism = 56 cubic feet.

volume = base x height

v = 56 given base = 8

56 = 8 x h

h = (56/8)

h = 7 cm

**Example**

The volume of the rectangular prism is 180 cubic centimeters. Find the length.

Answer:

The length of prism = 9 cm

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given , w = 5 cm , h = 4 cm .

volume = l x w x h

180 = l x 5 x 4

180 = l x 20

180 = 20 l

l = (180/20)

l = 9 cm.

**Show and Grow**

Find the unknown dimension of the rectangular prism.

Question 1.

Answer:

The height of prism = 1 cm

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given , l = 3 cm , w = 4 cm .

volume = l x w x h

12 = 3 x 4 x h

12 = l2 x h

12 = 12h

h= (20/20)

h = 1 cm.

Question 2.

Answer:

The width of prism = 1 cm

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given , l = 3 cm , h = 9 cm .

volume = l x w x h

27 = 3 x w x 9

27 = 27 w

w= (27/27)

w = 1 cm.

**Apply and Grow: Practice**

Find the unknown dimension of the rectangular prism.

Question 3.

Volume = 400 cubic inches

Answer:

The height of the rectangular prism = 8 in

Explanation:

Given that volume of rectangular prism = 56 cubic feet.

volume = base x height

v = 400 given base = 50

400 = 50 x h

h = (400/50)

h = 8 in

Question 4.

Volume = 343 cubic centimeters

Answer:

The length of the rectangular prism = 8 in

Explanation:

Given that volume of rectangular prism = 56 cubic feet.

volume = base x height

v = 343 given base = 49 sq cm

343 = 49 x l

l = (343/49)

l = 8 in

Question 5.

Volume = 132 cubic feet

Answer:

The height of the rectangular prism = 11 ft

Explanation:

Given that volume of rectangular prism = 132cubic feet.

volume = base x height

v = 132 given base = 12 sq ft

132 = 12 x h

h = (132/12)

h = 11 ft

Question 6.

Volume = 512 cubic inches

Answer:

The Width of the rectangular prism = 8 in.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

Assume, l=16 in , v = 512 cubicin , h = 4 in.

volume = l x w x h

512 = 16 x w x 4

512 = w x 64

512 = 64 w

w = (512/64)

w = 8 in

Question 7.

**Writing**

Explain how to find an unknown dimension of a rectangular prism given its volume and the other two dimensions.

Answer:

The Width of the rectangular prism = 8 in.

Explanation:

We have to assume v = 512 cubic in, l= 16 and h= 4 in

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

Assume, l=16 in , v = 512 cubicin , h = 4 in.

volume = l x w x h

512 = 16 x w x 4

512 = w x 64

512 = 64 w

w = (512/64)

w = 8 in

Question 8.

**DIG DEEPER!**

A rectangular prism has a volume of 720 cubic centimeters. The height of the prism is 10 centimeters. The length is twice the width. What are the dimensions of the base?

Answer:

The dimensions of the base = 72 cm

Explanation:

Given that volume of rectangular prism = 720 cubic cm.

volume = base x height

v = 720 given h = 10

720 = b x 10

720 =10 b

b = (720/10)

b = 72 cm

**Think and Grow: Modeling Real Life**

**Example**

A traveler buys the painting shown. The volume of the suitcase is 1,820 cubic inches. Can the painting lie ﬂat inside the suitcase?

Use a formula to ﬁnd the length of the suitcase.

Answer:

Yes, the painting lies flat inside the suitcase.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height.

given , v = 1,820 , h = 7 in, w = 13 in .

volume = l x w x h

1820 = l x 13x 7

1820 = l x 91

l = (1820/91)

l = 20 in

The area of the painting = l x w

painting is in the shape of a rectangle

area of rectangle = l x w

area = 14 x 11

area = 154

**Show and Grow**

Question 9.

The volume of the candle is 576 cubic centimeters. Will the candle fit completely inside the glass jar? Explain.

Answer:

Yes, the candle will fit completely inside the glass jar.

Explanation:

Given that volume of candle = 576 cubic cm.

volume = base x height

v = 576 given b = 36 sq cm

576 = 36 x h

576= 36 h

h = (576/36)

h = 16 cm

Given that volume of glass jar = 576 cubic cm.

volume = base x height

given b = 64 sq cm h = 12 cm

v = 64 x 12

v= 768 cubic cm

Question 10.

**DIG DEEPER!**

The popcorn boxes have the same volume, but different dimensions. What is the width of Box B?

Answer:

The Width of the Box B = 3 in.

Explanation:

volume of the Box A = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=5 in , w = 2 in , h = 9 in.

volume = l x w x h

v = 5 x 2 x 9

v = 10 x 9

v = 90 cubic in

volume of the Box B = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=5 in , v = 90 cubic in , h = 6 in.

volume = l x w x h

90 = 5 x w x 6

90 = 30 x w

90 = 30 w

w = (90/30)

w = 3 in

### Find Unknown Dimensions Homework & Practice 13.4

Question 1.

Answer:

The unknown dimensions are l= 6in, w= 2 in,and h = 1 in.

Explanation:

given that area of the base = 12 sq in

area = l x w

12 = 6 x 2

v = l x w x h

12 = 6 x 2h

12 = 12 h

h = (12/12)

h = 1 in

Question 2.

Answer:

length of the prism = 1 cm

Explanation:

Given that volume of prism = 30 cubic cm.

volume = length x base x height

given b = 6 cm h = 5 cm

30 = l x 6 x 5

30= 30 l

l = (30/30)

l = 1 cm

Find the unknown dimension of the rectangular prism.

Question 3.

Volume = 480 cubic feet

Answer:

The height of the rectangular prism = 2 ft

Explanation:

Given that volume of rectangular prism = 56 cubic feet.

volume = base x height

v = 480 cubic feet given base = 240 sq ft

480 = 240 x h

480 = 240 h

h = (480/240)

h = (48/24)

h = 2 ft

Question 4.

Volume = 351 cubic inches

Answer:

The Width of the prism =7.3125 in

Explanation:

volume of the Box B = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=3 in , v = 351 cubic in , h = 13 in.

volume = l x w x h

351 = 3 x w x 16

351 = 48 x w

351 = 48 w

w = (351/48)

w = 7.3125 in

Question 5.

**Open-Ended**

A rectangular prism has a volume of 144 cubic feet. The height of the prism is 6 feet. Give one possible pair of dimensions for the base.

Answer:

The base of the rectangular prism = 24 ft

Explanation:

Given that volume of rectangular prism = 144 cubic feet.

volume = base x height

v = 144 cubic feet given height = 6 ft

144 = b x 6

144 = 6b

b = (144/6)

b = 24 feet

Question 6.

**DIG DEEPER!**

The volume of the rectangular prism is 64 cubic centimeters. What is the value of y?

Answer:

The value of y = 4 cm

Explanation:

Given that the volume of rectangular prism = 64 cubic in.

v = l x w x h

64 = lwh

64 = 4 x 4 x 4

64 = 16 x 4

64 = 64

Question 7.

**Modeling Real Life**

The volume of the gift is 900 cubic inches. Can the gift fit inside the shipping box? Explain.

Answer:

Yes, the gift will fit inside the shipping box.

Explanation:

Given that volume of gift = 900 cubic in.

volume = base x height

v = 900 given b = 100 sq in

900 = 100 x h

900= 100h

h = (900/100)

h = 9 in

Given that base of shipping box = 576 cubic cm.

volume = base x height

given b = 144 sq in h = 10 in

v = 144 x 10

v= 1440 cubic in.

Question 8.

**DIG DEEPER!**

You fill the entire fish tank with water. Then you dump out some of the water.The volume of the water in the tank decreases by 96 cubic inches. How deep is the water now?

Answer:

The water in the tank = 480 cubic in.

Explanation:

volume of the Box A = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=8 in , w = 6 in , h = 12 in.

volume = l x w x h

v = 8 x 6 x 12

v = 48 x 12

v = 576 cubic in

given that volume of water in the tank is decreased by 96 cubic in.

v = 576 – 96

v = 480 cubic in.

**Review & Refresh**

Divide.

Question 9.

Answer:

Divisor = 0.3

Dividend = 2

Remainder = 2

Quotient = 6.6

Explanation:

(1/3) = 0.33

Question 10.

Answer:

Divisor = 0.1

Dividend = 6

Remainder = 0

Quotient = 60

Explanation:

(1/10) = 0.1

Question 11.

Answer:

Divisor = 0.125

Dividend = 4

Remainder = 0

Quotient = 32

Explanation:

(1/10) = 0.125

### Lesson 13.5 Find Volumes of Composite Figures

**Explore and Grow**

Use centimeter cubes to find the volume of the figure. Explain your method.

Answer:

volume of figure 1 = 60 cubic cm.

volume of figure 2 = 36 cubic cm.

Explanation:

volume of the figure 1( left side) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=6 cm , w = 2 cm , h = 5 cm.

volume = l x w x h

v = 6 x 2 x 5

v = 12 x 5

v = 60 cubic cm

volume of the figure 2 (right side) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=6 cm , v = 3 cm , h = 2 cm.

volume = l x w x h

v = 6 x 3 x 2

v = 18 x 2

v = 36 cubic cm.

**Structure**

Describe another way to find the volume of the figure

**Think and Grow: Find the Volume of a Composite Figure**

**Key Idea**

A composite figure is made of two or more composite figure solid figures. You can break apart a composite figure to find its volume.

**Example**

Find the volume of the composite figure.

Break apart the figure into rectangular prisms. Find the dimensions of each prism.

Answer:

volume of figure 1 = 320 cubic ft.

volume of figure 2 = 1200 cubic ft.

Explanation:

volume of the figure 2( right side) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=10 ft , w = 4 ft , h = 3 ft.

volume = l x w x h

v = 10 x 4 x 3

v = 40 x 3

v = 1200 cubic ft.

volume of the figure 1 (left side) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=10 ft , w = 4 ft , h = 8 ft.

volume = l x w x h

v = 10 x 4 x 8

v = 40 x 8

v = 320 cubic feet.

**Show and Grow**

Question 1.

Find the volume of the composite figure.

Answer:

volume of figure 1 = 60 cubic cm.

volume of figure 2 = 990 cubic cm.

Explanation:

volume of the figure 1( left side) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=10 cm , w = 2 cm , h = 3 cm.

volume = l x w x h

v = 10 x 2 x 3

v = 20 x 3

v = 60 cubic cm.

volume of the figure 2 (right side) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=10 cm , w = 11 cm , h = 9 cm.

volume = l x w x h

v = 10 x 11 x 9

v = 110 x 9

v = 990 cubic cm

**Apply and Grow: Practice**

Find the volume of the composite figure.

Question 2.

Answer:

volume of figure 1 = 360 cubic in.

volume of figure 2 = 360 cubic in.

Explanation:

volume of the figure 1( left side) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=12 in , w = 3 in , h = 10 in.

volume = l x w x h

v = 12 x 3 x 10

v = 36 x 10

v = 360 cubic in.

volume of the figure 2 (right side) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=12 in , w = 5 in , h = 6 in.

volume = l x w x h

v = 12 x 5 x 6

v = 60 x 6

v = 360 cubic in .

Question 3.

Answer:

volume of figure 1 = 720 cubic ft.

volume of figure 2 = 120 cubic ft.

Explanation:

volume of the figure 1( left side) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=15 ft , w = 6 ft , h = 8 ft.

volume = l x w x h

v = 15 x 6 x 8

v = 90 x 8

v = 720 cubic ft.

volume of the figure 2 (right side) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=10 ft , w = 4 ft , h = 3 ft.

volume = l x w x h

v = 10 x 4 x 3

v = 40 x 3

v = 120 cubic ft

Question 4.

Answer:

volume of figure 1 = 720 cubic ft.

volume of figure 2 = 120 cubic ft.

Explanation:

volume of the figure 1( left side) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=20 cm , w = 5 cm , h = 1 cm.

volume = l x w x h

v = 20 x 5 x 1

v = 100 x 8

v = 720 cubic ft.

volume of the figure 2 (right side) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=10 ft , w = 4 ft , h = 3 ft.

volume = l x w x h

v = 10 x 4 x 3

v = 40 x 3

v = 120 cubic ft

Question 5.

Answer:

volume of figure 1 = 132 cubic ft.

volume of figure 2 = 52 cubic ft.

Explanation:

volume of the figure 2( right side) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=9 ft , w = 3 ft , h = 2 ft.

volume = l x w x h

v = 9 x 3 x 2

v = 27 x 2

v = 52 cubic ft.

volume of the figure 1 (left side) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=11ft , w = 6 ft , h = 2 ft.

volume = l x w x h

v = 11 x 6 x 2

v = 66 x 2

v = 132 cubic ft.

Question 6.

**Number Sense**

Write one possible equation for the volume of the composite figure.

Answer:

4 x + 6 y = 13

4 x + 2 y = 1

Question 7.

**YOU BE THE TEACHER**

Your friend finds the volume of the composite figure. Is your friend correct? Explain.

Answer:

yes, my friend is correct.

Explanation:

volume = l x w x h

v = 12 x 2 x 3

v = 72 cubic ft

v = l x w x h

v = 5 x 2 x 5

v = 10 x 5

v = 50 cubic ft.

v = 72 + 50

v = 122 cubic ft.

**Think and Grow: Modeling Real Life**

**Example**

The depth of the swimming pool is 5 feet. How many cubic feet of water can the pool hold?

Break apart the pool into rectangular prisms. Find the dimensions of each prism.

Answer:

so, the cube can hold 1200 cubic feet of water.

Explanation:

volume of prism A = l x w x h

l = 12 , w = 5 , h = 20

v = 12 x 5 x 20

v = 60 x 20

v = 1200 cubic feet.

volume of prism B = l x w x h

l = 40 , w = 5 v = 1200

1200 = 40 x 5 x h

1200 = 200 x h

1200 = 200h

h = (1200/200)

h = 6 ft

volume of prism C = l x w x h

h = 6, w = 5 , v = 1200

1200 = l x 5 x 6

1200 = l x 30

1200 = 30 l

l = (1200/30)

l = 40 ft

**Show and Grow**

Question 8.

How many cubic centimeters of wood are needed to make the game piece?

Answer:

The game needed to make the game piece = 90 cubic cm.

Explanation:

volume of prism A= l x w x h

v = 9 x 2 x 3

v = 18 x 3

v = 54 cubic cm

volume of pridm B= l x w x h

v = 6 x 2 x 3

v = 12 x 3

v = 36 cubic cm.

Question 9.

**DIG DEEPER!**

What is the volume of the building surrounding the outdoor courtyard? Explain your method.

Answer:

The building surrounding the outdoor courtyard = 1,008 cubic m

Explanation:

volume of building surrounding inside = l x w x h

h = 6, w = 6 m , h = 14

v = 6 x 6 x 14

v = 36 x 14

v = 504 cubic m.

The outdoor courtyard is 2 times the inside courtyard.

v = 504 x 2

v = 1,008 cubic m

### Find Volumes of Composite Figures Homework & Practice 13.5

Question 1.

Find the volume of the composite figure.

Answer:

volume of figure 1 = 160 cubic ft.

volume of figure 2 = 12 cubic ft.

Explanation:

volume of the figure 1( left side) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=5 ft , w = 4 ft , h = 8 ft.

volume = l x w x h

v = 5 x 4 x 8

v = 20 x 8

v = 160 cubic ft.

volume of the figure 2 (right side) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l= 3ft , w = 2 ft , h = 2 ft.

volume = l x w x h

v = 3 x 2 x 2

v = 6 x 2

v = 12 cubic ft.

Find the volume of the composite figure.

Question 2.

Answer:

volume of figure 1 = 40 cubic in.

volume of figure 2 = 42 cubic in.

Explanation:

volume of the figure 1( left side) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=10 ft , w = 2 in , h = 2 in.

volume = l x w x h

v = 10 x 2 x 2

v = 20 x 2

v = 40 cubic in.

volume of the figure 2 (right side) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l= 3in , w = 7 in , h = 2 in.

volume = l x w x h

v = 3 x 7 x 2

v = 21 x 2

v = 42 cubic in.

Question 3.

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Answer:

volume of figure 1 = 25 cubic cm.

volume of figure 2 = 48 cubic cm.

Explanation:

volume of the figure 1( top ) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=5 cm , w = 1 cm , h = 5 cm.

volume = l x w x h

v = 5 x 1 x 5

v = 5 x 5

v = 25 cubic cm.

volume of the figure 2 (bottom ) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l= 8 cm , w = 6 cm , h = 1 cm.

volume = l x w x h

v = 8 x 6 x 1

v = 48 x 1

v = 48 cubic cm.

Question 4.

**Structure**

Find the volume of the composite figure two different ways.

Answer:

volume of figure 1 = 288 cubic ft.

volume of figure 2 = 60 cubic ft.

Explanation:

volume of the figure 1( bottom) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l= 12 ft , w = 6 ft , h = 4 ft.

volume = l x w x h

v = 12 x 6 x 4

v = 72 x 4

v = 288 cubic ft.

volume of the figure 2 (top) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l= 5 ft , w = 4 ft , h = 3 ft.

volume = l x w x h

v = 5 x 4 x 3

v = 20 x 3

v = 60 cubic ft.

Question 5.

**Modeling Real Life**

The height of the garden bed is 2 feet. How many cubic feet of soil are in the garden bed?

Answer:

The soil in the garden bed= 48 cubic feet.

Explanation:

v = l x w x h

where l = 16 – 2 (5)

l = 16 -10 = 6 ft

w = 12 – 8

w = 4 ft

h = 2 ft given

v = 6 x 4 x 2

v = 24 x 2

v = 48 cubic ft

Question 6.

**DIG DEEPER!**

The dimensions of each step are the same. How many cubic inches of concrete does a worker need to make the staircase?

Answer:

The concrete does a worker need to make the staircase = 10,368 cubic in.

Explanation:

volume of the figure = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l= 36 in , w = 9 in , h = 8 in.

volume = l x w x h

v = 36 x 9 x 8

v = 324 x 8

v = 2,592 cubic in.

In the above-given figure there are 4 steps.

v = 2592 x 4

v = 10,368 cubic in

**Review & Refresh**

Question 7.

Answer: 4

Question 8.

Answer: 3

Question 9.

Answer: 21/8

### Understand Volume Performance Task 13

Mechanical engineers follow guidelines when designing and installing elevators to make sure passengers are safe and the elevators are wheelchair accessible. Many elevators have heating and air conditioning units attached to them, so it is important to know the volume inside the elevator to keep the air a comfortable temperature.

Question 1.

The inside of the elevator shown is in the shape of a rectangular prism.

a. What is the volume of the inside of the elevator?

b. Another elevator has the same height and width. The length of the inside is doubled. How does this affect the volume?

c. Five people ride with their luggage on the elevator. Each person weighs about 200 pounds. The total combined weight of their luggage is about 425 pounds. About how many more pounds can the elevator hold?

Answer:

a. The volume of the inside elevator = 240 cubic ft

b. The volume increases.

c.The more pounds the elevator can hold = 1,875 pounds.

Explanation:

a. The volume of the inside elevator = l x w x h

given that elevator is in the shape of a rectangular prism.

v = 5 x 6 x 8

where l = 5 , w = 6 and h = 8

v = 5 x 6 x 8

v = 30 x 8

v = 240 cubic ft.

b. given that if the length is doubled = 2 x 5

l = 10

v = 10 x 6 x 8

v = 60 x 8

v = 480 cubic ft

c. Five people ride with their luggage on the elevator. Each person weighs about 200 pounds. The total combined weight of their luggage is about 425 pounds.

425 + 200

625 pounds.

Maximum capacity = 2500 pounds

2500 – 625 = 1,875 pounds

Question 2.

The inside of all new elevators must be wheelchair accessible. The minimum requirements are shown. The inside volume of an older elevator is 144 cubic feet. The base is a square and the height is 9 feet.

a. Explain why the older elevator does not meet the wheelchair requirements.

b. A new wheelchair-accessible elevator is added to the building. Its height is 9 feet. Find the minimum volume of the new elevator. How does this compare to the volume of the old elevator?

Answer:

a. The older elevator does not meet the wheelchair requirements because the elevator is added to the building.

b. The minimum volume of the new elevator = 30 cubic ft

Explanation:

a. The older elevator does not meet the wheelchair requirements because the elevator is added to the building.

b. The minimum volume of the new elevator = base x height

h = 6 x 2/3 = 20/3 = 6.66

6.66/2 = 3.33

v = 3.33 x 9

v = 30 cubic ft.

### Understand Volume Activity

**Directions:**

- Players take turns rolling a die.
- On your turn, move your piece the number of spaces shown on the die.
- Find the volume of the rectangular prism.
- Cover the volume with a counter. Your turn is over.
- The first player to get three in a row, horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, wins!

### Understand Volume Chapter Practice

**13.1 Understand the Concept of Volume**

Find the volume of the figure.

Question 1.

Volume = ____

Answer:

The volume of the cube = 28 cubic feet.

Explanation:

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 7 x 4 x 1

In the above-given figure l=7 ft, w =4 ft and h = 1ft

volume = 7 x 4 x 1

volume = 28 x 1

volume = 28 cubic ft

Question 2.

Volume = ____

Answer:

The volume of the cube = 9 cubic feet.

Explanation:

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 3 x 1 x 3

In the above-given figure l=3 ft, w =1 ft and h = 3ft

volume = 3 x 1 x 3

volume = 3 x 3

volume = 9 cubic ft

Question 3.

Volume = ____

Answer:

The volume of the cube = 8 cubic in.

Explanation:

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 2 x 1 x 4

In the above-given figure l=2 in, w =1 in and h = 4 in.

volume = 2 x 1 x 4

volume = 2 x 4

volume = 8 cubic in.

Question 4.

Volume = ____

Answer:

The volume of the cube = 18 cubic cm.

Explanation:

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 3 x 3 x 2

In the above-given figure l= 3 cm, w =3cm and h = 2 cm.

volume = 3 x 3 x 2

volume = 9 x 2

volume = 18 cubic cm.

Question 5.

Volume = ____

Answer:

The volume of the cube = 16 cubic ft.

Explanation:

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 4 x 1 x 4

In the above-given figure l= 4 ft, w = 1 ft and h = 4ft.

volume = 4 x 1 x 4

volume = 4 x 4

volume = 16 cubic ft.

Question 6.

Volume = ____

Answer:

The volume of the cube = 16 cubic ft.

Explanation:

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 4 x 2 x 2

In the above-given figure l= 4 ft, w = 2 ft and h = 2ft.

volume = 4 x 2 x 2

volume = 8 x 2

volume = 16 cubic ft.

Question 7.

**Modeling Real Life**

A container holds 30 of the phone boxes shown, without any gaps or overlaps. What is the volume of the container?

Answer:

The volume of the container = 36 cubic in.

Explanation:

volume = length x width x height

where l = length, w = width and h = height

volume = 6 x 3 x 2

In the above-given figure l= 6 in, w = 3 in and h = 2 in.

volume = 6 x 3 x 2

volume = 18 x 2

volume = 36 cubic in.

**13.2 Find Volumes of Right Rectangular Prisms**

Question 8.

Volume =

Question 9.

Volume =___

Answer:

The Volume of the rectangular prism = 84 cubic ft.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l= 4 ft , w = 3 ft, h = 7 ft .

volume = l x w x h

v = 4 x 3 x 7

v = 12 x 7

v = 84 cubic ft.

Question 10.

A rectangular prism is made of unit cubes, like the one shown. The prism is 9 centimeters long, 3 centimeters wide, and 5 centimeters tall. What is the volume of the prism?

Answer:

The Volume of the rectangular prism = 135 cubic cm.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l= 9 cm , w = 3 cm, h = 5 cm.

volume = l x w x h

v = 9 x 3 x 5

v = 27 x 5

v = 135 cubic cm.

**13.3 Apply the Volume Formula**

Find the volume of the rectangular prism.

Question 11.

Answer:

The Volume of the rectangular prism = 48 cubic ft.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l= 6 ft , w = 2 ft, h = 4 ft .

volume = l x w x h

v = 6 x 2 x 4

v = 12 x 4

v = 48 cubic ft.

Question 12.

Answer:

The Volume of the rectangular prism = 270 cubic cm.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l= 9 cm , w = 6 cm, h = 5 cm .

volume = l x w x h

v = 9 x 6 x 5

v = 54 x 5

v = 270 cubic cm.

Question 13.

Descartes’s cat cave is a rectangular prism. The cave is 14 inches long, 13 inches wide, and 12 inches tall. What is the volume of the cave?

Answer:

The Volume of the cave = 2,184 cubic in.

Explanation:

volume of the rectangular prism = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l= 14 in , w = 13 in, h = 12 in .

volume = l x w x h

v = 14 x 13 x 12

v = 182 x 12

v = 2,184 cubic in.

**13.4 Find Unknown Dimensions**

Find the unknown dimension of the rectangular prism.

Question 14.

Answer:

The unknown dimensions are l= 9 ft, w= 3 ft,and h = 1 ft.

Explanation:

given that area of the base = 27 sq ft

area = l x w

27 = 9 x 3

v = l x w x h

27 = 9 x 3 x h

27 = 27 h

h = (27/27)

h = 1 ft

Question 15.

Answer:

The unknown dimensions are l= 6 cm, w= 1 cm,and h = 8 cm.

Explanation:

given that area of the base = 48 sq cm.

area = l x w x h

48 = 6 x w x 8

v = l x w x 8

48 = 48 x w

48 = 48 w

w = (48/48)

w = 1 cm

Question 16.

Answer:

The unknown dimensions are l=9 in , w= 9 in,and h = 1 in.

Explanation:

given that area of the base = 81 sq in.

area = l x w x h

81 = 9 x 9 x h

v = l x w x h

81 = 81 x h

81 = 81 h

h = (81/81)

h = 1 in

Question 17.

Answer:

The unknown dimensions are l=1 ft , w= 6 ft ,and h = 3 ft.

Explanation:

given that area of the base = 18 sq ft.

area = l x w x h

18 = l x 6 x 3

v = l x w x h

18 = l x 6 x 3

18 = 18 l

l = (18/18)

h = 1 ft

Question 18.

**Open-Ended**

A rectangular prism has a volume of 128 cubic feet. The height of the prism is 8 feet. Give one possible set of dimensions for the base.

Answer:

The dimensions of the base = 16 sq ft.

Explanation:

Given that volume of rectangular prism = 128 cubic feet.

volume = base x height

v = 128 given height = 8 ft

128 = b x 8

b = (128/8)

b = 16 sq ft.

Question 19.

**Modeling Real Life**

You buy the drawing pad shown. The volume of the drawer is 800 cubic inches. Can the drawing pad lie ﬂat inside the drawer?

Answer:

Yes, the drawing pad will fit inside the drawer.

Explanation:

Given that volume of drawer = 800 cubic in.

volume =length x width x height

v = 800 given w = 10 inand h = 8in

800 = l x w x h

800= l x 10 x 8

800 = 80 l

l = (800/80)

l = 10 in

Given that base of drawig pad = 10 in.

volume = base x height

given b = 10 in h = 12 in

v = 10 x 12

v= 120 cubic in.

**13.5 Find Volumes of Composite Figures**

Find the volume of the composite figure

Question 20.

Answer:

volume of figure 1 = 300 cubic ft.

volume of figure 2 = 480 cubic ft.

Explanation:

volume of the figure 1( left side) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=15 ft , w = 10 ft , h = 2 ft.

volume = l x w x h

v = 15 x 10 x 2

v = 150 x 2

v = 300 cubic ft.

volume of the figure 2 (right side) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=6 ft , w = 10 ft , h = 8 ft.

volume = l x w x h

v = 6 x 10 x 8

v = 60 x 8

v = 480 cubic ft.

Question 21.

Answer:

volume of figure 1 = 88 cubic cm.

volume of figure 2 = 12 cubic cm.

Explanation:

volume of the figure 1( top) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=11 cm , w = 8 cm , h = 1 cm.

volume = l x w x h

v = 11 x 8 x 1

v = 88 x 1

v = 88 cubic cm.

volume of the figure 2 (bottom) = length x width x height

where l = length, w= width and h = height

given, l=4 cm , w = 3 cm , h = 1 cm.

volume = l x w x h

v = 4 x 3 x 1

v = 12 x 1

v = 12 cubic cm.

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