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VOLUME
How might we find the volume of
these prisms?
Volume of a prism
= (Area of cross-section) X (Height)
= AH
b) Find the height of the
following prism:
b) Find the height of the
following prism:
Area of cross-section, A
Volume
= 1
...
×10002
kmkm2
mm2
km3
m3
cm3
mm3
×10003
×1000 ×1003
×103
÷10003
÷1003
Units of volume
÷103
km3
×10003
m3
÷10003
×1003
cm3
÷1003
×103
mm3
÷103
Convert to and2.4 ×105
cm3
mm3
m3
2.4 ×105
= (2.4 ×105
×103
)
= 2.4 ×10...
Capacity
Capacity refers to the maximum amount that a container can
hold
It is usually measured in millilitres (mL), litre...
Units of capacity
(m3
)
L mL
×1000
÷1000
×1000 ×1000
÷1000 ÷1000
(cm3
)
kLML
1mL = 1χµ 3
= 1000mL
= 1000cm3
1L 1kL = 1000L...
Example
Find the capacity, in ML,
of the following storage
tank (correct to 1 d.p.)
Volume = 18200µ 3
×1000
÷1000
ML kL L ...
Example
Find the capacity, in ML,
of the following storage
tank (correct to 1 d.p.)
Volume = 18200µ 3
×1000
÷1000
ML kL L ...
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  1. 1. VOLUME
  2. 2. How might we find the volume of these prisms? Volume of a prism = (Area of cross-section) X (Height) = AH
  3. 3. b) Find the height of the following prism: b) Find the height of the following prism: Area of cross-section, A Volume = 1 2(a + b)h = 1 2(22 + 30)(14) = 364m2 Examples: a) Find the volume of the storage tank below: = AH = 364 × 50 = 18200m3 Volume = AH 600 = 30Η 600 30 = Η Η = 20χµ
  4. 4. ×10002 kmkm2 mm2 km3 m3 cm3 mm3 ×10003 ×1000 ×1003 ×103 ÷10003 ÷1003 Units of volume ÷103
  5. 5. km3 ×10003 m3 ÷10003 ×1003 cm3 ÷1003 ×103 mm3 ÷103 Convert to and2.4 ×105 cm3 mm3 m3 2.4 ×105 = (2.4 ×105 ×103 ) = 2.4 ×108 cm3 mm3 mm3 2.4 ×105 = (2.4 ×105 ÷1003 ) = (2.4 ×105 ÷106 ) = 2.4 ×10−1 cm3 m3 m3 m3
  6. 6. Capacity Capacity refers to the maximum amount that a container can hold It is usually measured in millilitres (mL), litres (L), kilolitres (kL), or megalitres (ML) We usually refer to the volume of liquid and gases in units of capacity A 1cm x 1cm x 1cm cube has capacity of 1 mL (1 = 1mL) A 10cm x 10cm x10cm cube has capacity of 1 L (1000 = 1 L) cm3 cm3
  7. 7. Units of capacity (m3 ) L mL ×1000 ÷1000 ×1000 ×1000 ÷1000 ÷1000 (cm3 ) kLML 1mL = 1χµ 3 = 1000mL = 1000cm3 1L 1kL = 1000L (= 1000000cm3 ) = 1m3 1ML = 1000κΛ
  8. 8. Example Find the capacity, in ML, of the following storage tank (correct to 1 d.p.) Volume = 18200µ 3 ×1000 ÷1000 ML kL L mL ×1000 ÷1000 ×1000 ÷1000 (m3 ) (cm3 ) 18200m3 = 18200kL = (18200 ÷1000)ML = 18.2ML
  9. 9. Example Find the capacity, in ML, of the following storage tank (correct to 1 d.p.) Volume = 18200µ 3 ×1000 ÷1000 ML kL L mL ×1000 ÷1000 ×1000 ÷1000 (m3 ) (cm3 ) 18200m3 = 18200kL = (18200 ÷1000)ML = 18.2ML
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