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2D & 3D Figures

In class, we learned what cross-sections would be created from common 3-D figures by using play-doh to make those 3-D figures and slicing them with parallel and perpendicular cuts to the base. Below are a few of those shapes (among others) that we created!
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## Volume of Right Prisms (Rectangular and Triangular)Finding the volume of a prism will depend on the face of the prism. At times it may be as easy as a rectangular prism (LWH = V), or it may require a different formula to find the area. Pay attention to the type of prism and then use the appropriate formula. ## Volume of Pyramids## Volume of CylindersFor the volume of a cylinder,
## Volume of Spheres## Volume of Cones## Volume of Rectangular Prisms (optional review)Finding the volume of a rectangular prism is simply length * width * height to get the cubic units of the capacity of a 3-d figure. The video notes are below. Short video shown in class on how to find a cross section for different cuts. Cross section practice. |
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