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### Math

1. 1. MATH<br />BY: Maria Paula Arango<br />
2. 2. PHASE 1!!<br />
3. 3. PRIOR KNOWLEDGE<br />volume: I think that volume is the shape of the form that give space<br />capacity: i think that capacity is much can fit in a cont<br />
4. 4. WHAT IS CAPACITY?<br />Capacity is the amount of liquid a container can hold when it is full .capacity refers to the ability of something to hold, receive or absorb. It is similar in concept to volume, but there are a few differences. One good example to illustrate the difference between capacity and volume, is how they are used in sentences<br />
5. 5. WHAT IS CAPACITY?<br />The volume of any solid, liquid, gas, is how much three-dimensional space it occupies, often quantified numerically.Some of the most common units of volume include cubic meters, liters, millilitres and cubic centimetersVolume is calculated by multiplying the length, width and height of an objec<br />
6. 6. COMPARATIVE CHART OF VOLUME AND CAPACITY<br />VOLUME<br />. The volume of any solid, liquid, gas, is how much three-dimensional space it occupies, often quantified numerically.Some of the most common units of volume include cubic meters, liters, millilitres and cubic centimetersVolume is calculated by multiplying the length, width and height of an object,<br />Volume is the amount of space taken up by an object, while capacity is the measure of an object’s ability to hold a substance, like a solid, a liquid or a gas<br />Volume is measured in cubic units, while capacity can be measured in almost every other unit, including liters, gallons, pounds etc<br />Volume is calculated by multiplying the length, width and height of an object, while capacity’s measurement is geared moretowardscc or ml.<br />
7. 7. CAPACITY<br />ICapacity is the amount of liquid a container can hold when it is full.capacity refers to the ability of something to hold, receive or absorb. <br />DIFFERENCES<br />t is similar in concept to volume, but there are a few differences. One good example to illustrate the difference between capacity and volume, is how they are used in sentences<br />
8. 8. COLLAGE<br />
9. 9. PHASE 2!!<br />
10. 10. PART 1<br />a: what is the measurment of water flow?<br />-for 30 seconds are 7 cups so I multiplicate by 2 it will be 14 cups for minute<br />b: how much time do you spend taking a shower?<br />-I spend taking a shower 9 minutes aqnd it will be 126 cups<br />c:how many times at day you do that?<br />-I do this one time at day<br />
11. 11. d: how many times in a week do you take a shower?<br />-I do this 7 showers at week<br />e: -do not espend many water<br />-do not use water to play<br />
12. 12. PART 2<br />a: how many times do you flush the toilet in 24 hours?<br />-I flush the toilet 3 times<br />b: how long does it take to brush your teeth?<br />-18 seconds brusing my teeths, I spend<br />
13. 13. c: how many times a day do you brush your teeths?<br />-I brush my teeths 3 times at day<br />d: how long does it take to wash your hands?<br />-23 seconds I take washing my hands, I spend 5.37 cups of<br />