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5 Minute Check. Complete in your notebook. 1. 16 · 2.5 · 8 = 2. 3 · 5.5 · 13 = 3. 9.8 · 4 · 15 = 4. (3 · 12) + ( 4 · 2) = 5. (9 · 7 ) + ( 6 · 4) = 6. (15 · 3 ) + ( 8 · 7) =. 5 Minute Check. Complete in your notebook. 1. 16 · 2.5 · 8 =. 5 Minute Check.

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5 minute check
5 Minute Check

Complete in your notebook.

1. 16 · 2.5 · 8 =

2. 3 · 5.5· 13 =

3. 9.8 · 4· 15 =

4. (3 · 12) + ( 4 · 2) =

5. (9 · 7) + ( 6 · 4) =

6. (15 · 3) + ( 8 · 7) =


5 minute check1
5 Minute Check

Complete in your notebook.

1. 16 · 2.5 · 8 =


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5 Minute Check

Complete in your notebook.

1. 16 · 2.5 · 8 = 320


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5 Minute Check

Complete in your notebook.

2. 3 · 5.5· 13 =


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5 Minute Check

Complete in your notebook.

2. 3 · 5.5· 13 = 214.5


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5 Minute Check

Complete in your notebook.

3. 9.8 · 4· 15 =


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5 Minute Check

Complete in your notebook.

3. 9.8 · 4· 15 = 588


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5 Minute Check

Complete in your notebook.

4. (3 · 12) + ( 4 · 2) =


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5 Minute Check

Complete in your notebook.

4. (3 · 12) + ( 4 · 2) = 44


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5 Minute Check

Complete in your notebook.

5. (9 · 7) + ( 6 · 4) =


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5 Minute Check

Complete in your notebook.

5. (9 · 7) + ( 6 · 4) = 87


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5 Minute Check

Complete in your notebook.

6. (15 · 3) + ( 8 · 7) =


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5 Minute Check

Complete in your notebook.

6. (15 · 3) + ( 8 · 7) = 101



Tuesday feb 18
Tuesday, Feb 18

Chapter 10.1

Volume of Rectangular Prisms


Volume of rectangular prisms
Volume of Rectangular Prisms

Objective: To find the volume of rectangular prisms.


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

At the end of this lesson you should be able to answer the following question.

Why are there two formulas to find the volume of a rectangular prism?


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

Three-dimensional figures are shapes with length, width and height.


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

A face is the flat side of any three-dimensional figure .

How many faces does this figure have?


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

An edge is where two faces meet.

How many edges does this figure have?


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

A vertex is a point where at least three faces meet.

How many vertices does this figure have?

How many edges does this shape have?


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

A prism is a three-dimensional figure with two parallel and congruent polygonal faces. These parallel

faces are called

bases.

What shape are the bases in the figure?

How many edges does this shape have?


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

The shape of the base determines the name of the prism.

This called a triangular prism.


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

What would this be called?


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

What would this be called?

This is a square prism, sometimes called a cube.


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

What would this be called?


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

What would this be called?

Pentagonal Prism


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

What would this be called?


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

What would this be called?

Rectangular prism


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

There are also figure called pyramids and the base of the pyramid determines the name.


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

A square pyramids has a base of a square.


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

Volume is the amount of space inside a three- dimensional figure.


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

The volume of a rectangular prism is V = length· width ·height, or V = lwh.


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

Find the volume of the rectangular prism.

Do this on your own.


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

Find the volume of the rectangular prism.

V = lwh

V = 5 · 5 · 5

V = 125in³


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

Find the volume of the rectangular prism.

Do this on your own.


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

Find the volume of the rectangular prism.

V = lwh

V = 6 · 4 · 10

V = 240ft³

It does not matter which order the numbers are in, the answer will still be the same.


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

The volume of a rectangular prism can also be determined by multiplying the area of the base (B) by the height.

V = Bh

B represents the area of the base of the rectangular prism.


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

If a bedroom is a rectangular prism and has an area of130ft², what would the volume be if the height was 8ft?

Do this on your own.


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

If a bedroom is a rectangular prism and has an area of130ft², what would the volume be if the height was 8ft?

V = Bh

V = 130 · 8

V = 1040 ft³


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

Find the volume of the cereal box.

Do this on your own.


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

Find the volume of the cereal box.

V = lwh

V = 8 · 12.5 · 3.25

V = 325in³


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

The glass container shown is filled with sand to a height of 2.25 inches. How much sand is in the container?

Do this on your

own.


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

The glass container shown is filled with sand to a height of 2.25 inches. How much sand is in the container?

V = lwh

V = 5 · 4.5 · 2.25

V = 50.625in³ or

50 in³


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

If each side of the aquarium is doubled, is the volume doubled?

Do this on your

own.


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

If each side of the aquarium is doubled, is the volume doubled?

V = lwh

V = 3 · 2· 2

V = 12ft³

V₁= 6 · 4 · 4

V₁= 96ft³

The volume increase by 2³, or 8 times.


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

Why are there two formulas to find the volume of a rectangular prism?


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Volume of Rectangular Prisms

Agenda Notes

Homework–

Homework Practice 10-1

You can use calculators

Due Wednesday, Feb 19

Mid-Chapter 10 Quiz –Thursday, Feb 20