Mitchi35
  • Mitchi35
Step 1: Find 3 three-dimensional figures around your house. These can be anything from a soup can to the shower stall (Be creative!!). You need to pick at least two different shapes (ie, not all rectangular). Step 2: Sketch each figure and label the dimensions (using appropriate units). Step 3: Find the surface area of each figure. Make sure to draw the surfaces of the figure as we learned in this lesson. Show all work and label your answers appropriately. Step 4: Find the volume of each figure. Show all work and label your answers appropriately
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Mitchi35
  • Mitchi35
I have the shapes, I just dont know how to label the dimentions, finding the surface area ,or finding the volume.
anonymous
  • anonymous
surface area: find the area of all the sides and add them together
anonymous
  • anonymous
volume: it depends on the shape, tell me what shapes you have

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Mitchi35
  • Mitchi35
Oh! Okay. one down. The shapes I have are a circle. A square. And a rectangle
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok, for volume of a rectangular prism: length x width x height
anonymous
  • anonymous
For a cylinder: find the area of the circle on top (only one side) and then multiply it by the hight
anonymous
  • anonymous
hope that helps!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
height^
Mitchi35
  • Mitchi35
OKay. Yeah it does a lot! Thank you. @sarenemun You too @Nnesha :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
teehee ur welcome, glad to be of help
Nnesha
  • Nnesha
didn't do anything yet anyws yw :=)

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