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1. 1. MATH PHASE 1,2,3 BY: DANIEL RICARDO GUEVARA JOSE DAVID DIAZ VOLUME CAPACITY MEASURMENT
2. 2. INTRODUCTION <ul><li>HELLO, HERE WE ARE GOING TO SHOW YOU ABOUT A CAMPAIGN TO SAVE THE WATER (H2O).WE SHOW YOU HOW TO SAVE WATER, HOW TO CARE IT AND THE MEASURE OF THE WATER. </li></ul>VOLUME CAPACITY MEASURMENT
3. 3. CHART VOLUME CAPACITY(DANIEL'S CHART) VOLUME CAPACITY The amount of space occupied by a three dimensional object as measured in cubic units (as quarts or liters) : cubic capacity Volume is measured in cubic units Other unit, including liters, gallons, pounds, etc Volume is calculated by multiplying the length, width and height of an object Capacity is the measure of an object's ability to hold a substance, like a solid, a liquid or a gas Capacity's measurement is geared more towards cc or ml Capacity can be measured in almost every Other unit, including liters, gallons, pounds, etc
4. 4. CHART VOLUME CAPACITY(JOSE'S CHART) VOLUME CAPACITY The volume of a solid is the amount of space it occupies. Volume is measured in cubic units, is calculated by multiplying the length, width and height of an object. Volume is the amount of space taken up by an object. Volume is the space taken up by the object itself. Volumes describe the three-dimensional size of the object. Capacity is the amount of a matter in a container can hold when it is full. Generally capacity is measured in millimeters, liters or kilometers. Capacity measurement is geared more towards cc or ml. Capacity is the measure of an object’s ability to hold a substance, like a solid, a liquid or a gas. Capacity is the measure of an object’s ability to hold a substance, like a solid, a liquid or a gas.
5. 5. QUESTIONS-ANSWERS <ul><li>1.WE LEFT THE WATER GO 30 SECONDS WITH A CUP OF 8 ONZ THEN WE MULTIPLY 30*8=240 AND THE 240*2=480 THAT THE WATER WE WASTE. 2.JOSE TAKE 1 SHOWER IN A DAY AND DANIEL TAKE 1 SHOWER IN A DAY. 3.JOSE TAKE 7 SHOWERS IN A WEEK AND DANIEL TAKE 7 SHOWERS IN A WEEK. 4.JOSE USE THE TOILET 3 TIMES IN DAY AND DANIEL 4 TIMES IN DAY. 5. JOSE BRUSH HER TEETH IN 1 MINUTE AND DANIEL IN 1 MINUTE. 6.JOSE WASH HER HANDS 7 TIMES AND DANIEL 8. 7.PROBLEMAS 1.SEE HOW MANY TIME YO TAKE A HOWER ANDTHEN MULTIPLY THE TIME YOU TAKE BY 2. 2.IF YOU TAKE 2 SHOERS IN A DAY HOW MANY YOU TAKE IN AND WEEK AND HOW MANY TIME. </li></ul>
6. 6. PHASE 3 QUIESTIONS <ul><li>1.HOW MUCH WATER DO YOU SPEND IN A DAY? WRITE WITH LITERS AND GALLONS. ANSWER: I SPEND IN A DAY 70 GALLONS AND 135 LITERS. 2.HOW MUCH WATER DO YOU SPEND IN ONE MONH? WRITE WITH LITERS AND GALLONS. ANSWER:I SPEND IN ONE MONTH 2170 GALLONS AND 4185 LITERS . </li></ul>