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Bell Ringer 2-2-11 1. Calculate the Perimeter of the figure. 2. Calculate the area of the figure. 7 in 2 in 4 in

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1.Calculate the Perimeter of the figure. 7 in 2 in 4 in 2 in 3 in P = 4 + 4 + 7 + 2 + 3 + 2 P = 8 + 9 + 5 P = 17 + 5 P = 22 in

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2. Calculate the area of the figure. 7 in 2 in 4 in 2 in 3 in A = (4)(4) + (2)(3) A = 16 + 6 A = 22 in 2 6 in 2 16 in 2

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Quiz 2-2-11 A cardboard box has the following dimensions: 7.5 ft, 3 ft, 4 ft How many cubic feet of material will the box hold?

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What is the volume? To calculate the amount of cubic feet, I need to find the volume. The figure is a rectangular prism. To calculate the volume of a rectangular prism, I found the area of the base. The base is a rectangle, so I multiplied the length by the width. I multiplied the area of the base by the height of the prism. A cardboard box has the following dimensions: 7.5 ft, 3 ft, 4 ft. How many cubic feet of material will the box hold? The volume is 90 cubic feet. Rectangular prism Length = 7.5 ft Width = 3 ft Height = 4 ft Volume

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Speed Test 1. Get out a dry erase marker. 2. You have 1 minute to complete as many problems as you can. 3.We will grade in 1 minute. 4. Graph your results. Keep the graph in your notebook. 5. We will do this every day.

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Problem of the Week & Word Problem #4-3 1. You have 5 minutes to work on the problem of the week and word problem. 2. The problem of the week must follow the Read, Think, Solve, Justify format. 3. When you are finished, turn them in. 4. They are due Friday.

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Reach for the Stars Wednesday Mr. Lloyd is building a garden. Due to problems on the land, the garden has an irregular shape. Calculate the amount of fencing needed to enclose the whole garden. 7 ft A. 30 ft B. 25.5 ft C. 32.5 ft D. 28 ft 8 ft 5 ft 5.5 ft

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Review Question A cylindrical coffee can has a radius of 4 in and height of 10 in. Calculate the approximate volume of the can. A.40 in 3 B.120 in 3 C.250 in 3 D.500 in 3

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Class Work: Changing Dimensions You need your notes. Title the notes: Changing Dimensions I will check your work at the end of class.

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Changing Dimensions A rectangular prism has a length of 2 ft, width of 3 ft, and height of 4 ft. If the width is doubled, how is the volume affected? Calculate the original Volume Calculate the new Volume Calculate how the volume was affected Draw a picture, illustrating the situation

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A rectangular prism has a length of 2 ft, width of 3 ft, and height of 4 ft. If the width is doubled, how is the volume affected? Calculate the original Volume Calculate the new Volume

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A rectangular prism has a length of 2 ft, width of 3 ft, and height of 4 ft. If the width is doubled, how is the volume affected? Calculate how the volume was affected Draw a picture, illustrating the situation Say NO to Oreos The new volume is twice the size of the original volume.

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Changing Dimensions A cylinder can has a radius of 4 in and height of 8 inches. If the height is cut in half, how is the volume affected? Calculate the original Volume Calculate the new Volume Calculate how the volume was affected Draw a picture, illustrating the situation

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A cylinder can has a radius of 4 in and height of 8 inches. If the height is cut in half, how is the volume affected? Calculate the original Volume Calculate the new Volume

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A cylinder can has a radius of 4 in and height of 8 inches. If the height is cut in half, how is the volume affected? Calculate how the volume was affected Draw a picture, illustrating the situation Say NO to Oreos The new volume is half the size of the original volume.

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Class Work Work with a partner to solve the situations. You will do each problem on a separate piece of paper. You will need to illustrate each situation. You may use a calculator, but remember to show all your steps.

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