Quickname: 2200

Suitable for K-12 grades: Grade 5 Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8 Grade 9 Grade 10

Elementary School, Primary School, Junior High School, Middle School, High School, Senior High School.

For three-dimensional geometric shapes, state the formula for the volume and/or surface area, or calculate these values.

A series of three-dimensional geometric shapes is presented. There are several possible tasks available:

- calculate the values for the shape's surface area and/or volume,
- state the correct formula for the surface area and/or volume,
- or a mix of these.

It is configurable what is being asked for.

Possible shapes are:

- a cube or cuboid
- a prism
- a (square) pyramid
- a (regular) tetrahedron
- a cylinder
- a cone
- a sphere

For every shape, it is selectable whether it will appear in the problem statement.

The shapes are shown in the form of a drawing with all required vertices and edges labeled and their values given. The size of the drawing can be chosen from two sizes.

Two levels of difficulty are available, "easy" and "intermediate": In the "easy" setting, he name of the shape is provided. Edges will always be labeled a,b,c,d,h,r, according to the type of edge and the nature of the shape. In the "intermediate" level, the name of the shape is not given, and edges will be randomly named.

All length, area and volume dimensions can be shown dimensionless, or with the respective units of length, area or volume. This is configurable.

Results can be rounded to the nearest whole number. Pi can be assumed to be 3.14 in value.

Tags: Area Solid Geometry Units

Download free printable worksheets for this math problem here. The worksheet contains the problems only, the solution sheet includes the answers. Just click on the respective link.

If you can not see the solution sheets for download, they may be filtered out by an ad blocker that you may have installed. If this is the case, please allow ads for this page and reload the page. The solution sheets will then reappear.

- Do these sample worksheets do not really fit?
- Do you need more math worksheets, with a different level of difficulty?
- Would you like to combine different problems on a worksheet and adjust them to your needs?
- As a teacher, you can put together your own worksheets using the automatically generated math problems provided.

You can try it for free! Register here, to create custom worksheets now!

Parameter

Possible values

Number of problems

1, 2, 3, 4

Image size

small, large

Metric

surface area, volume, surface area or volume, surface area and volume

Level of difficulty

easy, intermediate

Ask for

formulas only, values only, formulas and values

Units

no, single level, multi level

Cube/cuboid

Yes, No

Prism

Yes, No

Tetrahedron

Yes, No

Pyramid

Yes, No

Cylinder

Yes, No

Sphere

Yes, No

Cone

Yes, No

Remark

Description

Name and direct link

Match geometric shapes and formulas for surface area and volume, formulas and shapes are both given

Match named or shown three-dimensional geometric shapes to the correct formula for volume or surface area.

You may pass on the worksheets offered for download on this page to others, but not modify or sell them.

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

Deutsche Version dieser Aufgabe

These informational pages with samples describe math problems that can be combined on custom math worksheets with solutions for home and K-12 school use.

Please visit the dw math main page for more information!

Privacy policy and imprint

Deutsche Seiten

Please visit the dw math main page for more information!

Privacy policy and imprint

Deutsche Seiten