My geometry students need practice working with the equations for volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids. The purpose of this worksheet is to have them substitute given information into the formulas (which are given), and then solve for the unknown quantities. This is a challenging activity for them.
I usually put them in cooperative groups of 4, and I circulate while they are working on this assignment, to get them "unstuck" on algebra mistakes.
The first page is the set of exercises; the second page is the notes for the students (I often call it a reference sheet), which you may run off for them in lieu of taking notes. It has 3 copies per page, so divide the number of students by 3 to determine the number of photocopies of the second page you should make.
The preview file is a pdf; the product file is a word document, which you may edit for your students.