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Rectangular Prisms Applications. Let’s Review. In your groups, find the surface area of the cube and rectangular prism. How were you able to find the answer? Is it the right answer? Did anyone solve it differently?. http://www.learner.org/interactives/geometry/3d_prisms.html.

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Rectangular prisms applications

Rectangular Prisms Applications


Let s review

Let’s Review

  • In your groups, find the surface area of the cube and rectangular prism.

    • How were you able to find the answer?

    • Is it the right answer?

    • Did anyone solve it differently?

http://www.learner.org/interactives/geometry/3d_prisms.html


Thermodynamics

Thermodynamics!!!!!

How do you increase surface area?


Thermodynamics1

Thermodynamics!!!!!

  • In other words, heat goes from the warmer object to the cooler object, through the areas of contact (Boundaries), until they reach the same temperature.


How do you increase surface area without increasing volume

How do you increase surface area without increasing volume?


Rectangular prisms applications

Hint


Exit ticket

Exit Ticket!

  • 1. How can the surface area of an object be increased without increasing the volume of the object?

  • 2. In addition to increasing surface area on motorcycle engines and heatsinks to refrigerate the device, when else would it be beneficial to increase the surface area of an object without increasing its volume?


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