6th Grade Math - Volume and Surface Area Worksheet

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This week we learned how to calculate both the surface area of a three-dimensional object and the volume, or how much it holds inside. I guess you could say we've learned three-dimensional objects inside and out! So, now that we understand these concepts and have seen the possible real world uses of them, it's time to test our knowledge.

Today's free worksheet covers the entire Volume and Surface Area subchapter from our 6th grade math course. Three-dimensional figures, volume of prisms, volume of cylinders, and surface area are all covered in this 4-page worksheet. If you followed the videos all week, this worksheet should be a cinch.

We'll be back next week with more videos. Until then enjoy the worksheet and have a safe and happy July 4th!

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