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  • 1. AIM: Volume of Prisms andCylinders Do Now 1
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  • 4. Homework: Pages 474-475 #1-3 all, 13, 14, 17, 19, 20, 25-29 all 4
  • 5. Anticipatory SetAnswer the following questions in completesentences.1.) What is volume?2.) How did you use volume in Sixth Grade Science? 5
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  • 8. 1  Find the volume of the prism or cylinder individually. Include unitswith your final answer and round all final answers to the nearesthundredth, if necessary. 5 in 4 in 9 in 8
  • 9. 2  Find the volume of the prism or cylinder individually. Include unitswith your final answer and round all final answers to the nearesthundredth, if necessary. 4 ft 7 ft 9
  • 10. 3  Find the volume of the prism or cylinder individually. Include unitswith your final answer and round all final answers to the nearesthundredth, if necessary. 8 in 6 in 12 in 10
  • 11. 4  Find the volume of the prism or cylinder individually. Include unitswith your final answer and round all final answers to the nearesthundredth, if necessary. 3 cm 10 cm 11
  • 12. 5  Find the volume of the prism or cylinder individually. Include unitswith your final answer and round all final answers to the nearesthundredth, if necessary. 5 cm 9 cm 8 cm 12
  • 13. 6   F.) A large juice can has a diameter of 5 inches and a height of 9 inches. What is the volume of the can? 13
  • 14. Before You LeaveExplain how volume applies to swimming poolmanufacturers? 14
  • 15. Mr. Tjerslands Math 7Homework: Pages 478-479 #4, 5, 7, 30-33 all 15
  • 16. 6 in 5 in10 in 6 ft 7 in 4 in 9 ft 11 in 16
  • 17. AIM: Volume of Prisms andCylinders 5 in 4 in 9 in 17
  • 18. AIM: Volume of Prisms andCylinders 4 ft 7 ft 18
  • 19. AIM: Volume of Prisms andCylinders 8 in 6 in 12 in 19

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