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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc1 VOLUME GRADE 3

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc2 Hello, How are you doing? Today, we are going to start a new lesson on Volume.

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc3 Volume Volume is defined as the amount of space that a 3-Dimensional figure encloses.

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc4 Volume Volume is the number of cubes it takes to fill a space. Example – The Volume of the following 3-Dimensional space is 3 cubic units

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc5 Exploring the Volume Volume is the product of length, width and height. Volume of the given figure is length x width x height length Width height

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc6 Model to find Volume Step 1: Count the cubic units in the shape. Step 2: The number of cubic units in the rectangular prism is the volume.

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc7 Find the Volume of the rectangular prism given below. Answer- 10 cubic units

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc8 Find the Volume of a box that is 4 units long, 2 units wide and 2 units high. Solution – Volume of the box is length x width x height = 4 x 2 x 2 = 16 cubic units

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc9 Let us practice some questions now!

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc10 What is the volume of the figure given below? Answer – 6 cubic units

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc11 Which has more volume? 5 inches 12 inch 5 inch AB Answer - B

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc12 What is the unit of the figure if dimensions of the figure are in cm? a) Cubic unit b) Cubic m c) Cubic cm d) Any of the above

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc13 It is not possible to find the volume of - ----. a) Square b) Cube c) Cuboids d) None of these

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc14 How the volume of the cube can be found if only one side is given? Answer – side x side x side

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc15 ASSESSMENT

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc16 1.Say True or False a) Any two 3-Dimesnsional figures can have same volume. b) No two 3- Dimensional figures have same volume. Answer- a) True b) False

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc17 2.How many layers of the cubes are there in the figure given below? Answer- one

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc18 3.Hay made the sculpture with wooden blocks, What is the volume of the sculpture? Answer – 9 cubic units

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc19 4.If 4 unit cubes are joined together, what is the volume of the resulting cuboids? Answer – 4 cubic units

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc20 5.There are 4 unit cubes in the first layer and has 3 layers of cubes, what is the volume of the box? Answer – 12 cubic units

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc21 6.Explore the Volume of the figure given below. Answer – 9 cubic units

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc22 7.Find the Volume in cubic units. Answer – 6 cubic units

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc23 8.A ring box is 4 inches long, 4 inches wide and 5 inches high. What is the Volume of the box? Answer – 80 cubic inch

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc24 9.Find the Volume of the figure given below. Answer – 100 cubic units

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc25 10.What is the Volume of the figure with length of 4 m, width of 7 m? a) 28 cubic m b) 82 cubic m c) Both a and b d) Information is insufficient

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc26 Recap Volume Exploring Volume Model to find Volume Solved Examples Practice Problems

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copyright@Ed2netLearning,Inc27 Well Done! Now practice worksheets on the lesson.

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