## Rectangular Solids - Sample Math Practice Problems

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### Complexity=1

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 surface area = volume = 2 surface area = volume =

### Complexity=2

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 surface area = volume = 2 surface area = volume =

### Complexity=1

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 surface area = volume =
Solution
The surface area is the area of the six sides. This is twice the area of the three different kinds of sides.
= 2 × ((4yd × 1yd) + (1yd × 3yd) + (3yd × 4yd)) = 38 yd2.
V=lwh (length × width × height)
= 3yd × 4yd × 1yd = 12 yd3.
2 surface area = volume =
Solution
The surface area is the area of the six sides. This is twice the area of the three different kinds of sides.
= 2 × ((1m × 4m) + (4m × 1m) + (1m × 1m)) = 18 m2.
V=lwh (length × width × height)
= 1m × 1m × 4m = 4 m3.

### Complexity=2

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 surface area = volume =
Solution
The surface area is the area of the six sides. This is twice the area of the three different kinds of sides.
= 2 × ((8cm × 8cm) + (8cm × 7cm) + (7cm × 8cm)) = 352 cm2.
V=lwh (length × width × height)
= 7cm × 8cm × 8cm = 448 cm3.