Prediction of the strength properties of roller compacted concrete from mathematical models is significant for rapid decision of the quality of the pavement. In the present assessment, roller compacted concrete slab samples have been prepared in the laboratory using 12 percentage of Portland cement by weight of aggregates. Cube, core, and beam specimens were extracted from the slab samples and tested for compressive, indirect tensile, and flexural strength at the age of 28 days. Strength test results were corelated among each other and mathematical models were obtained. It was observed that low significance of aggregates gradation type on the compressive and tensile strength exists. However, high influence of dense gradation on flexural strength could be detected. The flexural strength of dense graded mixture is higher than that of gap graded mixtures. The compressive strength of gap graded mixture is higher than that of dense graded mixture. It can be concluded that the flexural strength is higher than the tensile strength by (2.17 and 1.24) folds for dense and gap graded mixtures respectively. The compressive strength is higher than tensile strength by (5.72 and 4.87) folds for dense and gap graded mixtures respectively. The compressive strength is higher than the flexural strength by (3.4 and 2.49) folds for dense and gap graded roller compacted concrete respectively. The obtained mathematical models exhibit high coefficient of determination and may be implemented in verification of the specific strength property based on other measured strength properties of roller compacted concrete.