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Finding VOLUME

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What is VOLUME? The amount of space that a 3-dimensional object takes up. Anything that exists, has volume…

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The OBJECTS

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FORMULA? Length = 6cm Volume = L x W x H

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FORMULA? Length = 6cm Height = 4cm Volume = L x W x H

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FORMULA? Length = 6cm Height = 4cm Width = 2cm Volume = L x W x H

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FORMULA? Volume = L x W x H Length = 6cm Height = 4cm Width = 2cm

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6 cm x 2 cm x 4 cm = 48 cm 3 Volume = L x W x H =

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So, the VOLUME (the amount of space that this 3 dimensional object takes up) of this object is 48 cm 3

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The OBJECTS

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Find VOLUME

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The METHOD – Finding Volume by Water Displacement -40mL -35mL -30mL -25mL -20mL -15mL -10mL -5mL

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1. Note the water level -40mL -35mL -30mL -25mL -20mL -15mL -10mL -5mL

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2. Place the object in liquid -40mL -35mL -30mL -25mL -20mL -15mL -10mL -5mL

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-40mL -35mL -30mL -25mL -20mL -15mL -10mL -5mL

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-40mL -35mL -30mL -25mL -20mL -15mL -10mL -5mL 3. Note difference in water level

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The water level changed 15mL We can say the rock displaced 15mL of water -40mL -35mL -30mL -25mL -20mL -15mL -10mL -5mL 35 mL -20 mL 15 mL

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But wait, it gets better! -40mL -35mL -30mL -25mL -20mL -15mL -10mL -5mL

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Volume of our rock…

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