Use the unit square to find the area of the shape. Try as many problems as you can.
Differentiate Surface Area from Volume.
Based on your observations, describe how to compute the VOLUME of any cylinder.
Distinguish Between Surface Area and Volume.
Select all the situations where knowing the volume of an object would be more useful than knowing its surface area.
The depth of this heart-shaped box of chocolates is 2 inches.
How much cardboard is needed to create the box?
A wheelbarrow is being used to carry wet concrete. Here are its dimensions.
(1.) What volume of concrete would it take to fill the tray?
(2.) After dumping the wet concrete, you notice that a thin film is left on the inside of the tray. What is the area of the concrete coating the tray? (Remember, there is no top.)