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Math

  1. 1. MATH<br />
  2. 2. VOLUME AND CAPACITY<br />
  3. 3. Our Prior Knowledge<br />
  4. 4. Definitions <br />VOLUMEIs the measure of an object´s ability to hold a substance like a solid, a liquid,or a gas.CAPACITYCapacity is the space taken up by the object itself.<br />
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  7. 7. DISCOVERING VOLUME MEASUREMENTS<br />BY: MARIA CAMILA MARTINEZ<br /> ELENA RUBIO<br />
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  10. 10. CAPACITY<br />This is capacity because this is a liquid and it is measured in ml and capacity is the amount of substance a container can hold.<br />This is capacity because shampoo is a thick liquid and ml is the measure we use for capacity.<br />This is capacity because soda is a liquid and it is measured in liters. <br />
  11. 11. VOLUME <br />
  12. 12. CUBIC UNITS<br />
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  14. 14. VOLUME <br />MEASUREMENTS<br />
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  17. 17. PHASE 2:<br />QUESTIONS<br />BY: MARIA CAMILA MARTINEZ<br />
  18. 18. Questions…<br />How much time you spend while taking a shower ?<br />How many times a day do you do that ?<br />How many time in a week do you take a shower ?<br />How many times do you flush the toilet in 24 hours ?<br />How long that it takes to brush your teeth? How much water do you spend ?<br />How many times a day do you brush your teeth ?<br />How many that it takes to wash your hand? How many water do you spend?<br />Propose two word problems<br />
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  28. 28. Word problems<br /><ul><li>Ana uses 50 gallons when she takes a </li></ul>shower, Ana takes 3 shower a day. <br />How many gallons does she use in a week?<br /><ul><li>One drop of oil can damage 25 liters of </li></ul>Water, how many liters of water are <br />damaged with 83 drops of oil? <br />
  29. 29. ANSWERS<br /><ul><li>50 x 3 = 150 Gallons 150 x 7 = 1050 Gallons</li></ul>Ana uses 1050 gallons in a week <br /><ul><li>25 x 83 =  2075 </li></ul>2075 liters of water would be damaged. <br />
  30. 30. DISCOVERING VOLUME <br />MEASUREMENTS<br />
  31. 31. Discoveringvolume<br />measurments<br />Savannah, Connor, Ethan and Morgan want to make ice cream. They each have a different amount of milk (5-7-2 and 6 quarts) and a different amount of <br />Sugar (5-14-13 and 9 cups). One batch of ice cream requires 4 cups of <br />Milk and 3 cups of sugar.<br />If Savannah had 8 times as much milk, Savannah would have 10 gallons of milk.<br />The person, who has nine cups of sugar, has 11 less cups of sugar than cups of milk.<br /> The person, who has 13 cups of sugar, has 5 more cups of sugar than cups of milk.<br />If Connor have 7 times as much milk, Connor would have 12 gallons and 1 quart of milk.<br />If Morgan have 4 more cups of sugar, Morgan would have a total of 9 pints of sugar.<br />Savannah can make at least 2 batches of ice cream.<br />If Ethan had 5 times as much milk, Ethan would have 2 gallons and 2 quarts of milk.<br />
  32. 32. answers<br />True because Savannah has 5 quarts of milk:<br />5 x 8 = 40 quarts<br />40 quarts = 10 gallons<br />(4 quarts = 1 gallon)<br />Morgan has 9 cups of sugar and 6 quarts of milk. <br />True 20 minus 11 is 9<br />1 quart = 4 cups<br />6 quarts = 20 cups<br />3. Ethan has 2 quarts of milk and 13 cups of sugar<br />True, the difference between 8 and 3 is 5 and in 13 and 8 as well.<br />2 quarts = 8 cups<br />13 cups = 3 quarts<br />
  33. 33. 4. False, because 4 x 3 is not 48<br />1 gallon = 4 quarts<br />12 gallons = 48 and 1 quart<br />5. False, because 13 cups are 6 ½ pints not 9 pints.<br />2 cups = 1 pint<br />1 cup = ½ pint<br />13 cups= 6 ½ pints<br />6. False, Savannah can make 1 batch of ice-cream but she doesn’t have enough sugar<br />7. True:<br />1 gallon = 4 quarts<br />2 gallons = 8 quarts<br />2 quarts of milk x 5 = 10 quarts <br />10 quarts = 2 gallons and 2 quarts<br />

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