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Draw the net for the prism and find the surface area. Show work and include units ! 1. 2. 3.
Lesson 5-3 I can… find/recall the formula to find the volume of a cube, triangular prism, and rectangular prism. Vocabulary Volume
The measure of the amount of space inside a solid, 3-dimensional figure. (cubes, prisms, cones, spheres, and cylinders)
Volume = s 3
V = s 3 V =6 3 V = 216 mm 3 6 mm
V = s 3 V = 5 3 V = 125 cm 3
Volume = l*w*h
4 in 6 in 8 in V = l*w*h V = 8*6*4 V = 192 in 3
V = l*w*h V = 6*3*4 V = 72 cm 3
Volume = ½ *b*h*l
5 ft 10 ftH = 4 ft V = ½ *b*h*l V = ½ *5*4*10 V =100 ft 3
V = ½ *b*h*l V = ½ *12*9*18 V =972 cm 3
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10 m² 4 m =5 m( A = 5 m. The same formula (V = Bh) that is used to find the volume of rectangular prisms and cylinders, can also be used to find the volume.
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