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Volume DPI Type : 6G 2 Problem 2 Problem 1 1 A right rectangular prism has edges of 1 ”, 1” and 1 4 1 1 ”. How many cubes with side lengths of would 2 4 be needed to fill the prism? What is the volume of the prism? (a) What is the volume of the cube? cm³ (b) The top layer is cut off. What is the volume of the remaining solid? cm³ Problem 3 Problem 4 The diagram shows a rectangular prism with Six cubes are arranged to form a rectangular prism. What is the volume of the rectangular prism if each individual cube has edge lengths of 2 inches, 1 inch, and 1 inches. It also shows a green cube with edge lengths of edges measuring foot? inch. Problem 5 At most, how many green cubes will fit into the rectangular prism? How many cubes with edge lengths of inch would it take to fill a rectangular prism with a volume of 1 cubic inch? Problem 6 Problem 7 Jackie has stacked two layers of cubes. She knows that the yellow cubes are the same size as the red cubes. What length is the missing measurement of the rectangular prism on the right that would make its volume equal to the volume of the cube on the left? She also knows that the red layer has the following dimensions: Length = ft, Width = 1 ft, Height = ft If Jackie continues to stack layers of cubes, how many layers in all are needed to build a rectangular prism with a volume of 3 cubic feet?