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Ch5.7 3D Figures: Volume
Ch5.7 3D Figures: Volume
Ch5.7 3D Figures: Volume
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Ch5.7 3D Figures: Volume

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  • 1. Ch5.7_3DFiguresVolume.notebook November 28, 2011 Chapter 5.7 Volume of 3D Figures
  • 2. Ch5.7_3DFiguresVolume.notebook November 28, 2011 Prisms/Cylinders Volume is the area of the base times the height V = B h B = area of the base 4 6 1 8 2 Find the volume of the shaded region
  • 3. Ch5.7_3DFiguresVolume.notebook November 28, 2011 Pyramids/Cones Volume is one third of the area of the base  times the height 1 V =  B h 3 B = area of the base 6 5 5 8 3 Spheres Volume is four thirds times pi times the radius cubed 4 3 V =  π r 3 12
  • 4. Ch5.7_3DFiguresVolume.notebook November 28, 2011 Example
  • 5. Ch5.7_3DFiguresVolume.notebook November 28, 2011 Page 232 1­9,12, 14­16

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