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Learning OutcomesCompute volume of liquid from a situation expressedin fraction.Solve problems in real context involving computationof volume of liquid.
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Compute volume of liquid from a situation expressed infraction * of = × EXAMPLE 1: of 400 l = × 400 l = = 150 l EXAMPLE 2 : *Convert the mixed number into improper fraction 1 of 1.2 l = ________ ml = × 1200 ml = = 1600 ml NOTES: Cancellation Method should be emphasized to find the answer involving multiplication of fraction by the whole number. 35 Example: 3 × 140 ml = 3 × 35 ml 4 1 = 105 ml
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Solve problem in real context involving computation ofvolume of liquidExample 1: 5 A pail can be filled by 2.4 l of water. of it is filled with water. 8 Calculate the volume of water needed to fill up the pail. * Filled with water List the 5 clues given of 2.4 l 8 Convert fraction into 5× 2.4 l l 8 12.0 = l 8 = 1.5 l Get the answer 2.4 l - 1.5 l 0.9 l
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Solve problem in real context involving computation ofvolume of liquidExample 2: 2 30 ml of water is added to of 660 ml already in the jug. What is the 3 total volume of water in the jug now? • Volume of water added = 30 ml List the • Volume of water in the jug = clues given 2 of 660 ml 3 2 × 660 ml Convert 3 fraction of 1320 ml = ________ ml 3 = ml Find the total volume of water 30 ml Added = 30 m + 440 ml Already filled = 440 ml
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