# HSPT Math : How to find the volume of a figure

## Example Questions

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### Example Question #51 : How To Find The Volume Of A Figure

What is the volume of the rectangular prism below?

Explanation:

The formula for volume of a rectangular prism is

Remember, volume is always labeled as units to the third power.

### Example Question #52 : How To Find The Volume Of A Figure

What is the volume of the rectangular prism below?

Explanation:

The formula for volume of a rectangular prism is

Remember, volume is always labeled as units to the third power.

### Example Question #53 : How To Find The Volume Of A Figure

What is the volume of the rectangular prism below?

Explanation:

The formula for volume of a rectangular prism is

Remember, volume is always labeled as units to the third power.

### Example Question #202 : Geometry

What is the volume of the rectangular prism below?

Explanation:

The formula for volume of a rectangular prism is

Remember, volume is always labeled as units to the third power.

### Example Question #54 : How To Find The Volume Of A Figure

What is the volume of the rectangular prism below?

Explanation:

The formula for volume of a rectangular prism is

Remember, volume is always labeled as units to the third power.

### Example Question #55 : How To Find The Volume Of A Figure

What is the volume of the rectangular prism below?

Explanation:

The formula for volume of a rectangular prism is

Remember, volume is always labeled as units to the third power.

### Example Question #56 : How To Find The Volume Of A Figure

What is the volume of the rectangular prism below?

Explanation:

The formula for volume of a rectangular prism is

Remember, volume is always labeled as units to the third power.

### Example Question #57 : How To Find The Volume Of A Figure

What is the volume of a cylinder with a base radius of 8 and a height of 10?

Explanation:

To find the volume you must use the formula

Identify the given information.

Substitute the given information into the volume formula.

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