WYZ **Trapezium** **Area** Example 1 : Find the **area** **of** the **trapezium**. 6cm 4cm 5cm Parts **of** the Circle Circumference O O = centre **of** circle The radius is measured from the centre **of** the circle to the edge. radius diameter The diameter is measured from one edge to the other passing through the centre **of** the circle. Radius = ½ x diameter Diameter = 2 x radius Circle Investigation To **calculate** the circumference **of** a/

control **of** their learning process. Maths language The Number System Fractions, Percentage, Ratio and Proportion **Calculation** / Halve full Empty Contains Holds Litre Millimetre Container Measuring cylinder Volume **Area** Covers Surface Square centimetre Square metre Square millimetre Surface **Area** Days Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Week Month /**of** symmetry through the middle. Draw a kite with a line **of** symmetry. Draw an isosceles **trapezium**./

straight lines. Compared to the rectangle method, the trapezoidal method gives a better approximation for the real **area**, as obvious in the graph below. Trapezoidal Method (cont.) Recall that the **area** **of** a **trapezium** with parallel sides **of** length a and b and with perpendicular height h is given by: **Area** a b h **Area** = average **of** parallel sides x perpendicular distance between them Trapezoidal Method (cont.) Shaded/

for Play Experiment with square paper and see if you can find a method **of** **calculating** the **area** **of** a **trapezium**. 5 m 2 m4 m3 m 9 m What is the **area** **of** this **trapezium**? 5 m 2 m4 m3 m 9 m One possible method, giving 32./2 Pause for Play 8 cm 6 cm 4 cm Which has the greatest **area**? Hint: Square paper, isometric paper, and a pair **of** scissors? And that’s more than enough! Perimeter **of** shapes made from straight lines Circumference **of** circles **Area** **of** rectangles, triangles, parallelograms and **trapeziums** **Area** **of** circles

and present the recent progress in a number **of** **areas** which are important for the Tevatron and LHC –Matching **of** matrix elements and parton showers Traditional Matching /common techniques converge faster –**Trapezium** rule –Simpsons rule However only if the derivatives exist and are finite. Otherwise the convergence **of** the **Trapezium** or Simpsons rule will be/ July 0624 Phase Space Cross section And decay rates Can be **calculated** as the integral **of** the matrix element over the Lorentz invariant phase space. Easy to/

is a kite; a parallelogram; a rhombus; an isosceles **trapezium**? Which quadrilateral with one line **of** symmetry has three acute angles? Education Leeds 20090212 VJC Enlarge 2-D shapes, given a centre **of** enlargement and a positive whole- number scale factor. Step /you **calculate**? How can you use the angle sum **of** a triangle to **calculate** the sum **of** the interior angles **of** any polygon? The formula for **calculating** the sum **of** the interior angles **of** a regular polygon is: (n - 2) × 180° where n is the number **of** sides **of** /

does the same. **Calculate** the probability that they both choose a strawberry chocolate. Conditional Probability: Dependent Events P(strawberry and strawberry) =3/12 x A box **of** chocolates contains twelve chocolates **of** three different types./ and angles on a straight line add to 180 o Take 1 identical copy **of** this right-angled triangle and arrange like so. **Area** **of** **trapezium** = ½ (a + b)(a + b) = ½ (a 2 +2ab + b 2 ) **Area** **of** **trapezium** is also equal to the **areas** **of** the 3 right-angled triangles. = ½ ab + ½ ab + ½ c/

**area** **of** a rectangle work out the **area** **of** a parallelogram **calculate** the **area** **of** shapes made from triangles and rectangles **calculate** the **area** **of** shapes made from compound shapes made from two or more rectangles, for example an L shape or T shape **calculate** the **area** **of** shapes drawn on a grid **calculate** the **area** **of** simple shapes work out the surface **area** **of** nets made up **of** rectangles and triangles **calculate** the **area** **of** a **trapezium** Isosceles Triangles Unit 3 – Perimeter, **Area**/

out for…… ◦ Expand the product **of** binomials ◦ Inverse function and composite function ◦ **Calculate**/Estimate gradients and **areas** **of** graphs ◦ Geometric progressions ◦ **Calculate** the nth term **of** quadratic sequences ◦ **Calculate** and interpret conditional probabilities through Venn diagrams Things to memorise Trig. ratios: sinθ=O/H, cosθ=A/H, tanθ=O/A are needed for both tiers Foundation: ◦ Pythagoras Theorem: a² + b² = c² ◦ **Area** **of** a **trapezium**: ½(a + b)h ◦ Volume prism/

**area** **of** a square is measured by multiplying the length **of** a side by itself Know that the **area** **of** a rectangle is measured by multiplying the length **of** the longer side by the shorter Use this information about **calculating** the **area** **of** a square or rectangle to work out the **area** **of**/ and name parallelogram; rhombus and **trapezium** Know what a parallelogram is and describe it in mathematical terms Know what a rhombus is and describe it in mathematical terms Know what a **trapezium** is and describe it in mathematical/

I can find the **area** **of** triangles, kites, parallelogram **trapeziums**, circles. and semi-circles. I can use formulae for the volume **of** cuboids. I can find the volume and surface **area** **of** cuboids. I can **calculate** volumes and surface **area** **of** prisms and cylinders. I can **calculate** the volume **of** cones. Explain fully how you would **calculate** the volume **of** this cone. Complete this sentence Perimeter means ……………………………………………………………………………………………… **Area** means ……………………………………………………………………………………………… The **area** **of** this rectangle is/

work will be assessed on: The accuracy **of** your **calculations**. The presentation **of** your ideas and designs. The presentation **of** your **calculations** and results. levelArea and Perimeter 6I can **calculate** the **area** **of** rectangles, triangles, parallelograms, **trapeziums** and kites. 5I can **calculate** the **area** and perimeter **of** rectangles and the **area** **of** triangles using formulae. 4I understand the difference between **area** and perimeter. I can find the **area** and perimeter **of** rectangles by counting squares. 3I can/

shape Know when to apply a given formula to find out the volume **of** a shape Objective 6m: **Calculate** the **area** **of** parallelograms and triangles Know the formula associated with finding the **area** **of** triangles Know the formula associated with finding the **area** **of** parallelograms MEASUREMENT Objective 1m: Solve problems involving the **calculation** and conversion **of** units **of** measure, using decimal notation up to three decimal places where appropriate Use decimal/

**calculations**. Find the surface **areas** and volumes **of** compound shapes most **of** which are everyday objects. Distinguish between formulae for perimeter, **area** and volume by considering dimensions. **Area** & Volume **Area** **of** Shapes Triangles **Area** = ½ base × perp. height A = ½ b × h 5cm 6cm 60 ° 8cm 12cm A C B b a c A = ½ ab sin C **Area** = ½ product **of** 2 sides × sine **of** angle between them **Area** & Volume **Area** **of** Shapes **Trapezium** One pair **of** parallel sides Total **area**/

6 812 4 -6 Sub in the appropriate values for the **trapezium** above **Calculate** Kinematics **of** a Particle moving in a Straight Line You can represent the motion **of** an object on a speed-time graph, distance-time graph or an acceleration-time graph Gradient **of** a speed-time graph = Acceleration over that period **Area** under a speed-time graph = distance travelled during that period 2D/

and working accurately with time, budgeting within parameters to get the best price for customers. 3 Winter Wonderland II Site **Calculating** the **area** **of** squares, rectangles, triangles, **trapeziums**, circles and part-circles to analyse the stage **areas** **of** the festival. 4 Winter Wonderland II Merchandise **Calculating** the volume **of** cubes, cuboids and cylinders to evaluate possible merchandising options for the festival. 5 Winter Wonderland II Security Use angle/

& Molecular Gas Less than 10% **of** the **area** and mass **of** a GMC is in the form **of** dense gas which is non-uniformly / Taurus and ρ Oph show a large fraction **of** sources have disks massive enough to form planets **Trapezium** (BIMA and OVRO) at 3mm doesn’t show disks/**of** Embedded Clusters Numerical simulations required to follow evolution **of** a stellar cluster turbulent hydrodynamical **calculations** to match observed properties **of** clouds MHD? Simulations are challenging due to large range **of** scales involved (use **of**/

tan50° = h b c b x tan50° c 6.928 = b = tan50° c b ≈ 5.813 cm b = 5.813 = © T Madas b a 8 cm **Calculate** the **area** **of** this triangle 50° 60° h S O H C A H T O A h ≈ 6.928 a = 4 b = 5.813 © T Madas Exam Question © T Madas An/ = 0.528 c θ 32° = [nearest degree] © T Madas 2.7 6 5.6 The figure below shows a right angled **trapezium** ABCD. All lengths are in cm [not to scale] 1.**Calculate** the length **of** BC. 2.**Calculate** the size **of** the angle DCB, giving your answer correct to 1 decimal place. A B C D lengths in cm 5.6 3.3/

**Area** **of** a rectangle = length x width Perimeter = 2(length and width) Parallelogram Length Perpendicular height **Area** **of** a parallelogram: length x perpendicular height **Trapezium** Perpendicular height Length a Length b **Area** **of** a **trapezium**:/**of** a Prism A prism is a 3D shape with the same cross section all along its length To **calculate** the volume **of** the prism you need to find the **area** **of** the cross section and multiply it by the height or length Volume **of** prism = **area** **of** cross section x length Finding the **Area** **of**/

if a square has a 9cm side the perimeter is 9+9+9+9=36cm **Area** To **calculate** **area** you need to multiply one side by another. So if a square has a side **of** 9cm you have to do 9x9=81cm squared written with a little 2. Or a/way to what you normally see them. Turn the page around! Shapes 3 sides triangle 4 sides rectangle, square, quadrilateral, parallelogram, rhombus, **trapezium**, kite 5 sides pentagon 6 sides hexagon 7 sides heptagon 8 sides octagon Congruent Congruent means the same. If two shapes are congruent it/

M5: Applications **of** **area** and volume M5: Further applications **of** **area** and volume **Areas** **of** ellipses, annuluses and parts **of** a circle **Calculating** **areas** **of** composite figures Applying Simpson’s Rule Surface **area** **of** Cylinders Surface **area** **of** spheres Volume **of** composite solids Errors in **calculations** Pythagoras theorem Circumference **of** circle **Area** **of** circle **Area** **of** triangle **Area** **of** rectangle **Area** **of** parallelogram **Area** **of** **trapezium** **Area** **of** rhombus Volume **of** Prism Pythagoras c²=a²+b²(The square on/

width **of** a **trapezium** changes. We have to work out the average width. 8 14 A = (a + b) x hA = ( 8 + 14 ) x 6 = 66 2 2 Average Width = (top side + bottom side) ÷ 2 To find the **area** **of** a circle you need the radius. The radius is the distance from the ________ **of** the circle to the _________. middle outside radius To **calculate** the **area** use/

… However the subject is broached, from the EYFS through KS1, pupils develop an understanding **of** shape, **calculating** and measuring in standard and non-standard units. These skills all come together under this /**Trapeziums** **Trapeziums** are another a special type **of** rectangle. They have 1 pair **of** parallel sides, and it follows that... Perimeter = a + b + c + d **Area** = Vertical height (v) x ½(a + b) v a b cd This knowledge about triangles can be applied to kites as well. Diagonal 1 (d 1 ) Diagonal 2 (d 2 ) **Area** **of**/

is given by the **area** under the graph. This **area** is a **trapezium** with parallel sides **of** length u and v and width t. So Velocity (ms –1 ) u v Time (s) t This can also be written as © Boardworks Ltd 2005 22 **of** 37 distance travelled = **area** **of** rectangle A + **area** **of** triangle B s = ut/= 0, and for t when s = –15. Constant acceleration example 1 © Boardworks Ltd 2005 26 **of** 37 To **calculate** s when v = 0, given u and a requires the use **of** v 2 = u 2 + 2 as. Therefore, the maximum height above the ground that the stone /

be regressed on x 1i in stage (2). Examples **of** summary measures include the **Area** Under the Curve (AUC) or the overall mean **of** post-randomisation measures. 15 Summary measures 16 17 **Area** Under the Curve (AUC) 18 **Calculation** **of** the AUC The **area** can be split into a series **of** shapes called **trapeziums**. The **areas** **of** the separate individual **trapeziums** are **calculated** and then summed for each patient. Let Y ij represent/

is not accurate. Over 13% is red. Back Home Check Statements 1.The **area** **of** the **trapezium** is 15cm 2 2.BC is 7 cm 3.The perimeter **of** the **trapezium** is 18cm D B C A ABCD is a **trapezium**. AB = AD = 3cm DC = 7cm BAD = ADC = 90 o /**Area** **of** rhombus = 96cm 2 D B C A ABCD is a rhombus Diagonal AC = 12cm Diagonal DB = 16cm Angle BAC = 55 o E 55 o Which statements are true? All 3 statements are true. The diagonals **of** a rhombus bisect each other at right angles so you can use Pythagoras’ Theorem to **calculate** the length **of**/

I know and can identify; isosceles, equilateral and scalene triangles and the quadrilaterals; parallelogram, rhombus and **trapezium** Year 4 Written **calculations** & algebra 4C&A1 I can solve addition and subtraction two-step problems in contexts, deciding which operations/including bar charts. I can find the **area** **of** rectilinear shapes by counting squares. I can estimate and **calculate** different measures including money in pounds and pence. I can convert between different units **of** measure (e.g. kilometre to metre;/

Sides ) **Area** **of** **Trapezium** **Area** **of** **Trapezium** = Average **of** Parallel Sides x Distance Between Them a b h **Area** = ½ (a + b) x h **Area** **of** Circle **Area** = x r2r2 Diameter (D) Circumference = x D Radius (R) = D/2 **Area** **of** Sector **Area** **of** Sector **of** Angle X = X / 360 x **Area** **of** Circle Summary Exam papers usually have **area** formulas You need practise to use them quickly and accurately In industry **area** formulas are used to **calculate** the quantity **of** materials needed/

Curve Aims: To be able to **calculate** an estimate for the **area** under a curve. To decide if this is an over estimate or an under estimate. To consider ways that we can speed up our method. **Area** **of** a **Trapezium** a b h Questions Estimating What do we mean by estimating? Why might we estimate a value? Estimating **area** under curves 10 5 0 1/

**area** are scalars. 13.1 Concepts **of** Vectors and Scalar B. Representation **of** a Vector The directed line segment from point X to point Y in the direction **of**/**of** a and c. (a) (b) Solution: (a) (b) Example 13.11T 13.3 Vectors in the Rectangular Coordinate System B. Point **of** Division Example 13.11T The figure shows that the **trapezium** ABCD with AB // DC. E is the mid-point **of**/132. Example 13.19T 13.5 Scalar Products Solution: C. **Calculation** **of** Scalar Product in the Rectangular Coordinate System Example 13.19T Given /

developed to find a general method for determining the **area** **of** geometrical figures. When these figures are bounded by curves, their **areas** cannot be determined by elementary geometry. Integration can be applied to find such **areas** accurately. Also known as Trapeziod/**Trapezium** Rule An approximating technique for **calculating** **area** under a curve Works by approximating the **area** as a **trapezium** Actual **Area** = 10.67 units 2. (2, 4) (1, 1/

The basic idea is to divide the x-axis into equally spaced divisions as shown and to complete the top **of** these strips **of** **area** in some way so that we can **calculate** the **area** by adding up these strips. y1y1 h y2y2 h h y3y3 a b The first way is to complete / y2y2 h y4y4 y5y5 h ab y5y5 h y4y4 hh y3y3 y1y1 h y2y2 ab The **Trapezium** rule. Complete the strips to get trapezia. Add up **areas** **of** the form Simpson ’ s Rule We complete the tops **of** the strips as shown with parabolas. y5y5 y4y4 y3y3 y1y1 y2y2 ab x y x0123456 -/

if a square has a 9cm side the perimeter is 9+9+9+9=36cm **Area** To **calculate** **area** you need to multiply one side by another. So if a square has a side **of** 9cm you have to do 9x9=81cm squared written with a little 2. Or a/ to what you normally see them. Turn the page around! Shapes 3 sides triangle 4 sides rectangle, square, quadrilateral, parallelogram, rhombus, **trapezium**, kite 5 sides pentagon 6 sides hexagon 7 sides heptagon 8 sides octagon Shapes can be regular or irregular Congruence Congruent means the same/

m 7 mm 5 mm **Area** = ½ x 7 x 5 = 17.5 mm 2 The **Area** **of** a **Trapezium** **Area** = ½ the sum **of** the parallel sides x the perpendicular height A = ½(a + b)h a b h b ½h a **Area** **of** **trapezium** = **area** **of** parallelogram A = ½(a /**area**. Triangular-based prism Rectangular-based prism Pentagonal-based prism Hexagonal-based prism Octagonal-based prism Circular-based prism Cylinder Cuboid Find the volume **of** the following prisms. Diagrams Not to scale In each **of** the following examples the cross-sectional ends have to be **calculated**/

. BRING YOUR **CALCULATOR** You need strong foundations in basic Maths to build on. Spend about ten minutes a day reading through the **area**(s) that cause you the most problems on a website or from a revision book. Start with simple examples until you are sure you know what you are doing. Move onto more difficult examples. SHOW YOUR WORKING **Area** **of** **trapezium** = ½(a + b/

N.B. Radians ! Solutions The answer can be improved by using more strips. 1. Solutions The red shaded **areas** should be included but are not. The blue shaded **areas** are not under the curve but are included in the rectangle. The following sketches show sample rectangles where the mid-/Use 4 strips with the mid-ordinate rule to estimate the value **of** Give the answer to 4 d.p. Solution: We need 4 y -values so we set out the **calculation** in a table as for the **Trapezium** rule. The Mid-Ordinate Rule 12 So, a b N.B./

**Calculating** using standard form, powers and roots as well as rounding to significant figures to quantify some **of** the populations ever. 3 The Mathematics **of** Set Design Classifying a range **of** 2D rectilinear shapes by their mathematical properties in order to use them as part **of** a set. 4 The Mathematics **of** Set Design Using formulae for the **area** **of**/Classify a range **of** 2D rectilinear shapes, including a rhombus, **trapezium** and parallelogram for use in a set design. Evaluate the classification **of** 2D rectilinear /

g = 33,3 g Adaptif Hal.: 9 ANGLE AND PLANE Width and Circumference **of** flat shape 1. Triangle Width: L = ½ A x t Example: Where, A = base wide, t = tall A C B A C B 13 12 **Calculate** the width and circumference plane beside. Answer: AB = = = = = 24/**of** **Trapezium** A B Width = ½ ( AB + CD). t t Circumference = AB + BC + CD + DA C D Example: Find the **trapezium** width in the picture! D E C 8 10 A B 15 Answer: Width = ½ ( AB + CD) CE = = = = Adaptif Hal.: 17 ANGLE AND PLANE Width and circumference **of** flat plane 8. **Area**/

8.Equations **of** Uniformly Accelerated Motion 9.Graphical Representation **of** Motion 10.Distance-Time Graph 11.Speed-Time Graph 12.Derivation **of** Equations **of** Motion by Graphical Method 13.Uniform Circular Motion 14.**Calculation** **of** Speed **of** a Body in Uniform Circular Motion Concept **of** a Point /v) s = ½ x t x (u + u + at) s = ½ x (2ut + at 2 ) s = ut + ½ at 2 Third equation **of** motion The **area** **of** **trapezium** OABC gives the distance travelled. s = ½ x OC x (OA + CB) s = ½ x t x (u + v) (v + u) = 2s t From the /

**of** the sky in a false- color infrared. Image taken by the Spitzer Space Telescope. Gases are seen here to exist in more **areas**/**of** which are stars in the early stages **of** formation—along with shock waves caused by matter flowing out **of** protostars faster than the speed **of** sound waves in the nebula. Shock waves from the **Trapezium** stars may have helped trigger the formation **of**/. Note that most **of** the cool, low-mass stars have not yet arrived at the main sequence. **Calculations** **of** stellar evolution indicate that/

Triangular Prism Trapezoid Prism Volume **of** Prism = length x Cross-sectional **area** **Area** Formulae r h b **Area** Circle = π x r2 **Area** Rectangle = Base x height h b h b **Area** **Trapezium** = ½ x (a + b) x h a b h **Area** Triangle = ½ x Base x height Volume Cylinder Cross-sectional **Area** = π x r2 = π x 32 = 28.2743…..cm2 DO NOT ROUND! 3cm 5cm USE **CALCULATOR** ‘ANS’! Volume = length x CSA/

6 × 2 = 6 mm 2 6 mm 2 mm Note 2: **Areas** ShapeArea FormulaExample ParallelogramArea = b × h 7 m 2 m **Area** = 7 x 2 = 14 m 2 **Trapezium** **Area** = 1/2 (a+b)× h 2 cm 6 cm 4 cm **Area**= ½ (4+2)×6= 18 cm 2 CircleArea = πr 2 **Area** = πr 2 = π × (5) 2 = 78.5 cm 2/1.38 / L e.g. S.A. = 2(55 × 42) + 2(18 × 42) + (55 x 18) 55 cm 42 cm a.) **Calculate** the **area** **of** glass required for the fish tank b.) **Calculate** the volume **of** water in the tank. Give your answer to the nearest litre = 7122 cm 2 V tank = 55 × 42 × 18 = 41580 cm 3 V water /

the **area** **of** a rectangle work out the **area** **of** a parallelogram **calculate** the **area** **of** shapes made from triangles and rectangles **calculate** the **area** **of** shapes made from compound shapes made from two or more rectangles, for example an L shape or T shape **calculate** the **area** **of** shapes drawn on a grid **calculate** the **area** **of** simple shapes work out the surface **area** **of** nets made up **of** rectangles and triangles **calculate** the **area** **of** a **trapezium** Unit 3 – Perimeter, **Area** and/

**area** **of** a rectangle work out the **area** **of** a parallelogram **calculate** the **area** **of** shapes made from triangles and rectangles **calculate** the **area** **of** shapes made from compound shapes made from two or more rectangles, for example an L shape or T shape **calculate** the **area** **of** shapes drawn on a grid **calculate** the **area** **of** simple shapes work out the surface **area** **of** nets made up **of** rectangles and triangles **calculate** the **area** **of** a **trapezium** Isosceles Triangles Unit 3 – Perimeter, **Area**/

litres **of** venom. (Guinness Book **of** record) a) How many litres **of** venom did Mr Keyter milk per year?____ L/yr b) Write the unit **of** the **calculated** rate:/**of** a fridge Litre Ex. The capacity **of** a fridge Litre Converting between 12 hour time and 24 hour time Perimeter and **area** **of** rectangle, square, parallelogram, triangle, circle, **trapezium**, rectangle, square, parallelogram, triangle, circle, **trapezium**, Volume **of** Prism Volume **of** Prism Measure the length **of** lines to the nearest cm. Measure the length **of**/

right angled triangle is translated to the position shown to make a rectangles. **Calculate** the **area** **of** the parallelogram. The formula for the **area** **of** a parallelogram is the _________ as a rectangle. Half the _____ **of** the parallel sides. ________ the distance between them. That is how you **calculate**, **area** **of** a ___________. **Calculate** the **area** **of** the **trapezium**. **Area** and Perimeter www.missbsresources.com Geometry Complete the sentences The radius is _______/

GCSE Higher Revision Starters 7 Grade D/C – **calculating** **areas** **Calculate** the size **of** the shaded **area** 4cm 60cm² - 36cm² = 24cm² 6cm 10cm **Area** **of** circle = 36π **Area** **of** **trapezium** = 50 Shaded **area** = (36π – 50)cm² Give your answer in terms **of** π 12cm 5cm 8cm Give your answer in terms **of** π (256 - 64π)cm² 8cm Grade /How many 2cm cubes will fit inside the cuboid? 30 cubes 6cm 4cm 10cm Give the volume in terms **of** π 800π cm³ 8cm 20cm **Area** **of** triangle = 24cm² Vol = 24 x 3 = 72cm³ 6cm 3cm 8cm Grade B – Solving simultaneous/

Region YEAR 7 Establish the formulas for **areas** **of** rectangles, triangles and parallelograms and use these in problem solving **Calculate** volumes **of** rectangular prisms YEAR 8 Choose appropriate units **of** measurement for **area** and volume and convert from one unit to another volume Find perimeters and **areas** **of** parallelograms, **trapeziums**, rhombuses and kites Investigate the relationship between features **of** circles such as circumference, **area**, radius and diameter. Use formulas to solve/

and b = -4 does a2 – 3b2 = 57 Q4. **Calculate** Tuesday, 11 April 2017 Created by Mr.Lafferty Revision **of** **Areas** www.mathsrevision.com Any Type **of** Triangle Level 4 Any Type **of** Triangle Rhombus and kite www.mathsrevision.com Parallelogram **Trapezium** Circle Compiled by Mr. Lafferty Maths Dept. **Area** Level 4 Learning Intention Success Criteria We are revising **area** **of** basic shapes. Know formulae. Use formulae correctly. www.mathsrevision/

the probing question using mini white boards. Objectives and Habits **of** Mind To **calculate** the volume **of** a cube by counting multi link (Level 4.) To **calculate** the volume **of** a cube using a formula. To **calculate** the volume **of** a cuboids using a formula. (Level 6) To **calculate** the volume **of** prisms and cylinders by first finding the **area** **of** the cross section. (Level 7) To discuss and compare approaches/

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