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# 3D Figures- volume and surface area

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### 3D Figures- volume and surface area

1. 1. Finding Volume and Surface Area 3D Figures
2. 2. Show What You Know <ul><li>What is volume? </li></ul>A measure of what is needed to cover a 3D shape A measure of what is needed to fill a 3D shape A measure of the inside surfaces of a 3D shape I don’t know
3. 3. Show What You Know <ul><li>What formula would I use to find the volume of a rectangular prism? </li></ul>a b c (a+b) * c a+b+c abc I don’t know
4. 4. Show What You Know <ul><li>What formula would I use to find the volume of a cylinder? </li></ul>(2 π r ) * h I don’t know ( π r 2 ) * h ( π d ) * h
5. 5. Show What You Know <ul><li>What is surface area? </li></ul>A measure of what is needed to cover a 3D shape A measure of what is needed to fill a 3D shape A measure of the area of the base of a 3D shape I don’t know
6. 6. Show What You Know <ul><li>What formula would I use to find the surface area of a rectangular prism? </li></ul>a b c 2ab+2ac+2bc a+b+c abc I don’t know
7. 7. Show What You Know <ul><li>What formula would I use to find the surface area of a cylinder? </li></ul>(2 π r ) * h I don’t know 2( π r 2 ) + h( π d) ( π d ) * h
8. 8. Volume <ul><li>Volume is a measure of what it would take to fill a figure in units cubed (ex. in 3 , ft 3 , etc.) </li></ul><ul><li>For cylinders and prisms, it is found by multiplying the area of the base of a figure times its height </li></ul><ul><li>Try this activity </li></ul><ul><li>Click here to try the next question! </li></ul>
9. 9. Great Work! <ul><li>Click here to try the next question! </li></ul>