GED Practice

GED Math Review: Volume of Cylinders and Spheres


Questions:
Directions: Choose or write the answer to each question.

For problems 1 through 5, find the volume of the figure to the nearest whole number.


    • 17 in³
    • 67 in³
    • 268 in³
    • 804 in³
    • 38 cm³
    • 85 cm³
    • 113 cm³
    • 905 cm³
    • 86 ft³
    • 198 ft³
    • 462 ft³
    • 798 ft³
    • 9 ft³
    • 14 ft³
    • 36 ft³
    • 113 ft³
    • 188 ft³
    • 236 ft³
    • 377 ft³
    • 942 ft³
  1. What is the volume of a sphere with a diameter of 9 feet? Use 3.14 for π. Round the answer to the nearest whole number.
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  2. Which of the following expressions can be used to find the volume in cubic inches of a ball with a diameter of 7 inches?
    • 4/3(3.14)(3.5)²
    • 4/3(3.14)(7)²
    • 4/3(3.14)(7)³
    • 4/3(3.14)(3.5)³
  3. Which of the following expressions can be used to find the volume of the cylinder in cubic inches?

    • (8.4)9
    • (8.4²)9
    • (3.14)(8.4)(9)
    • (3.14)(8.4²)(9)
Answer:

  1. 268 in³
  2. 113 cm³
  3. 198 ft³
  4. 14 ft³
  5. 942 ft³
  6. 382 ft³
  7. 4/3(3.14)(3.5)³
  8. (8.4)9





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Complete Test Preparation for the GED Test 2014 by Steck-Vaughn