# MATH 3190 Surface Area and andVolume. Measurement Rectangular Prism Rectangular Prism Surface Area: sum of the areas of all of the faces Surface Area:

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MATH 3190 Surface Area and andVolume

Measurement Rectangular Prism Rectangular Prism Surface Area: sum of the areas of all of the faces Surface Area: sum of the areas of all of the faces Example: There are 4 lateral faces: 2 lateral faces are 6 cm by 7 cm (A 1 = wh) and 2 lateral faces are 5 cm by 7 cm (A 2 = lh). There are 2 bases 6 cm by 5 cm (A 3 = lw) Example: There are 4 lateral faces: 2 lateral faces are 6 cm by 7 cm (A 1 = wh) and 2 lateral faces are 5 cm by 7 cm (A 2 = lh). There are 2 bases 6 cm by 5 cm (A 3 = lw) A 1 = (6 cm)(7 cm) = 42 cm 2 A 1 = (6 cm)(7 cm) = 42 cm 2 A 2 = (5 cm)(7 cm) = 35 cm 2 A 2 = (5 cm)(7 cm) = 35 cm 2 A 3 = (6 cm)(5 cm) = 30 cm 2 A 3 = (6 cm)(5 cm) = 30 cm 2 SA rectangular prism = 2wh + 2lh + 2lw SA rectangular prism = 2wh + 2lh + 2lw SA = 2(42 cm 2 ) + 2(35 cm 2 ) + 2(30 cm 2 ) SA = 2(42 cm 2 ) + 2(35 cm 2 ) + 2(30 cm 2 ) SA = 84 cm 2 + 70 cm 2 + 60 cm 2 SA = 84 cm 2 + 70 cm 2 + 60 cm 2 SA = 214 cm 2 SA = 214 cm 2 7 cm 6 cm 5 cm

Measurement Cube Cube Surface Area: sum of the areas of all 6 congruent faces Surface Area: sum of the areas of all 6 congruent faces Example: There are 6 faces: 5 cm by 5 cm (A = s 2 ) Example: There are 6 faces: 5 cm by 5 cm (A = s 2 ) SA cube = 6A = 6s 2 SA cube = 6A = 6s 2 SA = 6(5 cm) 2 SA = 6(5 cm) 2 SA = 6(25 cm 2 ) SA = 6(25 cm 2 ) SA = 150 cm 2 SA = 150 cm 2 5 cm

Measurement Triangular Prism Triangular Prism Surface Area: sum of the areas of all of the faces Surface Area: sum of the areas of all of the faces Example: There are 3 lateral faces: 6 m by 7 m (A 1 = bl). There are 2 bases: 6 m for the base and 5 m for the height (2A 2 = bh). Example: There are 3 lateral faces: 6 m by 7 m (A 1 = bl). There are 2 bases: 6 m for the base and 5 m for the height (2A 2 = bh). A 1 = (6 m)(7 m) = 42 m 2 A 1 = (6 m)(7 m) = 42 m 2 2A 2 = (6 m)(5 m) = 30 m 2 2A 2 = (6 m)(5 m) = 30 m 2 SA triangular prism = bh + 3bl SA triangular prism = bh + 3bl SA = 30 m 2 + 3(42 m 2 ) SA = 30 m 2 + 3(42 m 2 ) SA = 30 m 2 + 126 m 2 SA = 30 m 2 + 126 m 2 SA = 156 m 2 SA = 156 m 2 7 m 6 m 5 m

Measurement Cylinder Cylinder Surface Area: area of the circles plus the area of the lateral face Surface Area: area of the circles plus the area of the lateral face Example: r = 3 ft; h = 12 ft Example: r = 3 ft; h = 12 ft SA cylinder = 2  rh +2  r 2 SA cylinder = 2  rh +2  r 2 SA = 2  (3 ft)(12 ft) + 2  (3 ft) 2 SA = 2  (3 ft)(12 ft) + 2  (3 ft) 2 SA =72  ft 2 + 2  (9 ft 2 ) SA =72  ft 2 + 2  (9 ft 2 ) SA=72  ft 2 + 18  ft 2 SA=72  ft 2 + 18  ft 2 SA= 90  ft 2 SA= 90  ft 2 3 ft 12 ft

Measurement Cone Cone Surface Area: area of the circle plus the area of the lateral face Surface Area: area of the circle plus the area of the lateral face Example: r = 5 ft; t = 13 ft Example: r = 5 ft; t = 13 ft SA cone =  rt +  r 2 SA cone =  rt +  r 2 SA =  (5 ft)(13 ft) +  (5 ft) 2 SA =  (5 ft)(13 ft) +  (5 ft) 2 SA =65  ft 2 +  (25 ft 2 ) SA =65  ft 2 +  (25 ft 2 ) SA=65  ft 2 + 25  ft 2 SA=65  ft 2 + 25  ft 2 SA= 90  ft 2 SA= 90  ft 2 5 ft 13 ft 12 ft

Measurement Sphere Sphere Surface Area: 4  r 2 where r is the radius Surface Area: 4  r 2 where r is the radius Example: r = 8 mm Example: r = 8 mm SA sphere = 4  r 2 SA sphere = 4  r 2 SA =4  (8 mm) 2 SA =4  (8 mm) 2 SA = 4  (64 mm 2 ) SA = 4  (64 mm 2 ) SA =256  mm 2 SA =256  mm 2 8 mm

Measurement Rectangular Prism Rectangular Prism Volume: Volume: V = lwh where l is length; w is width; and h is height V = lwh where l is length; w is width; and h is height Example: l = 6 cm; w = 5 cm; h = 7 cm Example: l = 6 cm; w = 5 cm; h = 7 cm V rectangular prism = Bh = lwh V rectangular prism = Bh = lwh V=(6 cm)(5 cm)(7 cm) V=(6 cm)(5 cm)(7 cm) V=210 cm 3 V=210 cm 3 7 cm 6 cm 5 cm

Measurement Cube Cube Volume: Volume: V = s 3 where s is the length of a side V = s 3 where s is the length of a side Example: s = 5 cm Example: s = 5 cm V cube = Bh = s 3 V cube = Bh = s 3 V=(5 cm) 3 V=(5 cm) 3 V=125 cm 3 V=125 cm 3 5 cm

Measurement Triangular Prism Triangular Prism Volume: Volume: V = ½ bhl where b is the base; h is height of the triangle; and l is length of the prism V = ½ bhl where b is the base; h is height of the triangle; and l is length of the prism Example: b = 6 m; h = 5 m; l = 7 m Example: b = 6 m; h = 5 m; l = 7 m V triangular prism = Bh = ½ bhl V triangular prism = Bh = ½ bhl V=½ (6 m)(5 m)(7 m) V=½ (6 m)(5 m)(7 m) V=105 m 3 V=105 m 3 7 m 6 m 5 m

Measurement Cylinder Cylinder Volume of a Cylinder: V =  r 2 h where r is the radius of the base (circle) and h is the height. Volume of a Cylinder: V =  r 2 h where r is the radius of the base (circle) and h is the height. Example: r = 3 ft and h = 12 ft. Example: r = 3 ft and h = 12 ft. V cylinder =Bh =  r 2 h V cylinder =Bh =  r 2 h V=  (3 ft) 2  (12 ft) V=  (3 ft) 2  (12 ft) V=  (9 ft 2 )(12 ft) V=  (9 ft 2 )(12 ft) V=108  ft 3 V=108  ft 3 3 ft 12 ft

Measurement Cone Cone Volume: V =  r 2 h/3 where r is the radius of the base (circle) and h is the height. Volume: V =  r 2 h/3 where r is the radius of the base (circle) and h is the height. Example: r = 5 ft; h = 12 ft Example: r = 5 ft; h = 12 ft V cone =  r 2 h/3 V cone =  r 2 h/3 V = [  (5 ft) 2  12 ft ]/ 3 V = [  (5 ft) 2  12 ft ]/ 3 V =[(25  ft 2 )(12 ft)]/3 V =[(25  ft 2 )(12 ft)]/3 V=(25  ft 2 )(4 ft) V=(25  ft 2 )(4 ft) V= 100  ft 3 V= 100  ft 3 5 ft 13 ft 12 ft

Measurement Sphere Sphere Volume of a Sphere: V = (4/3)  r 3 where r is the radius Volume of a Sphere: V = (4/3)  r 3 where r is the radius Example: r = 6 mm Example: r = 6 mm V sphere =4  r 3 /3 V sphere =4  r 3 /3 V=[4  x (6 mm) 3 ]/3 V=[4  x (6 mm) 3 ]/3 V=[4  x 216 mm 3 ]/3 V=[4  x 216 mm 3 ]/3 V=[864  mm 3 ]/3 V=[864  mm 3 ]/3 V=288  mm 3 V=288  mm 3 6 mm

Measurement Triangular Pyramid Triangular Pyramid Square Pyramid Square Pyramid

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