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Brittany Henderson, Kristy Lee, Allen Long

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3- dimensional figure two similar bases The volume of a cylinder is the area of the base times the height. Example: d = 4.8=5, h =4.95=5 R = d divided by 2 = 5 divided 2 = 2.5 V = (pie r2)h =(3.14)(2.5)x5 =(3.14)(6.25)(5) =19.625x5 =98.125=98 The volume of the is approximately 98 m3

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Volume (v) of a prism is the area of the base times the height Example: B =2x5 = 10 m2 V= Bh =10x7 =70 m3

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Volume of Figure = Volume of a rectangular prism + Volume of triangular prism V=(6)(9)(19) + ½ (6)(3)(9) = 1026 + 81 = 1107 cm3

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1. Cylinder A has a radius 6 cm and height 14 cm. cylinder B has radius half as long as a cylinder A. What is the volume of a cylinder B? Use 3.14 for pie and round to the nearest tenth. A 393.5 cm3 B 395.6 cm3 C 422.3 cm3 D791.3 cm3

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Since Cylinder B is half of cylinder A that make Cylinder B 3 So you multiply 3.14x3 squaredx14 3.14x3squared=28.26x14=395.64 B

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2. A tractor trails has dimensions of 13ft by 53ft By 8ft.What is the volume of the trailer. A 424ft3 B 689ft3 C 2756ft3 D 5512ft3

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Should be B (area of the base) Multiply 13ftx53ft=689ft B

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1. 2inx5inx10in 2. 1.5cm with a radius of 11cm 3. 6mx13mx9m =

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1. 289 2. when you muilply 1.5cmxthe radius of 11cm=51.81cm 3. 2204.28

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