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Volumes olatz julia

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  • 1. VOLUMES
  • 2.
    • Volume: h x (r x r) x 3,14
    • Shape: (Area of the base x 2) + (h x circunference)
    CYLINDER
  • 3.
    • Volume: 1/3 x area of the circle x h
    • Shape: Area lateral + Area base
    CONE
  • 4.
    • Volume: ¾ x (r x r x r) x 3,14
    • Shape: Area of the base x 4
    Sphere
  • 5.
    • Volume: Area of the base x h
    • Shape: (Area of the base x 2) + (Lateral area x Numb. Sizes)
    Prism
  • 6.
    • Volume: (Area of the base x height) : 3
    • Shape: Lateral area + Area of the base
    Pyramid
  • 7. We can also find volumes arround us:
  • 8. Pyramid
  • 9. Sphere
  • 10. Prism
  • 11. Cone
  • 12. Cylinder
  • 13. We hope that our hard work has been really entretaining and educational for you!

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