Volume of a Sphere Teacher Resources
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How Big Can a Bee Be?
Mathematicians analyze the relationships between surface area and volume. They conduct Internet research, conduct various experiments, record the data in a spreadsheet, and graph the results and compare the rate of increase of surface area to the rate of increase of volume.
7th - 10th Math 17 Views 142 Downloads CCSS: Designed
How Much Ice Cream?
A big ice cream cone is the perfect representation of a a mathematical sphere and cone. The activity asks learners to determine whether the scoop of ice cream can fit inside the cone if packed in. If not, construct a new cone that will fit the scoop of ice cream and be a reasonable size.
7th - 9th Math 3 Views 3 Downloads CCSS: Designed
The volume of various solids is explored in five sections with the last being eight example problems including step-by-step solutions. Using Cavalieri’s principle and easy-to-follow direct instructions with colored pictures, the first section defines volume, the second explores the volume of a right rectangular prism and related solids, expanding to a general formula for the volume of any prism.
7 mins 8th - 12th Math 14 Views 8 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
Provide your class some practice with the dimensions of geometric figures. Here you have a set of three different-shaped, stemmed drinking glasses with diameters and heights provided. Math-minded individuals calculate the volume of each. Offer up a toast to the learner who first answers correctly!
7th - 9th Math 4 Views 5 Downloads CCSS: Designed
How Do You Find the Volume of a Sphere?
The formula for the volume of a sphere is volume equals four-thirds pi times the radius cubed. That's a mouth-full. But if you are given the radius value of the sphere, all you have to do is plug it in and do the arithmetic. Just remember to use the order of operations.
5 mins 8th - 11th Math 3 Views 0 Downloads
How Do You Find the Volume of a Sphere?
The formula for the volume of a sphere is - volume equals four thirds pi times the radius cubed. That's a mouth-full. But if you are given the radius value of the sphere, all you have to do is plug it in and do the arithmetic. Just remember to use order of operation.
5 mins 6th - 12th Math 5 Views 6 Downloads
Cones and Spheres
Geometry whizzes solve and complete 24 different problems that include determining the volume and surface area of spheres and cones. First, they use the given information to determine the volume of a cone. Then, pupils use the given information to determine the surface area of a sphere.
9th - 10th Math 10 Views 102 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
What is the Formula for the Volume of a Sphere?
The formula of a sphere is related to the formula of a cylinder? How? Oh, radius and pi. Watch this video and observe how the instructor illustrates just how these two formulas are connected. Then plug in the known values and solve this problem.
5 mins 6th - 10th Math 3 Views 0 Downloads
Measurement: 2D and 3D
Students solve volume problems. For this geometry lesson, the class watches a video about clean water (link provided) and individuals compare the volume of different prisms, including an actual drinking glass. Extension activities include research on organizations that provide safe drinking water and the volume of the containers they use.
8th - 9th Math 3 Views 43 Downloads
The Moon's Atmosphere
In this moon's atmosphere worksheet, students read about the tenuous lunar atmosphere and solve 4 problems. They find the density of helium particles, they find the grams of given atoms in the moon's atmosphere and they find the volume and mass of the lunar atmosphere.
9th - 12th Math 4 Views 21 Downloads
Surface Area and Volume of Conics - Cylinders, Cones, and Spheres
This is a multi-faced unit that looks at circles, arcs, sectors, cylinders, cones, spheres, and hemispheres. The formulas for finding length, area, surface area, and volume are discussed with an eye towards an intuitive understanding. Vocabulary is also stressed.
8th - 11th Math 85 Views 343 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
Ping Pong Balls
Applicable to seventh grade mathematical maturity, this task requires small groups to work collaboratively to figure out how many ping-pong balls will fit into a 747. In the end, you will teach them to use sample size to solve the challenge.
6th - 8th Math 3 Views 4 Downloads CCSS: Designed
A Mathematical Model of the Sun
In this mathematical model of the sun worksheet, students read about the way scientists use the sun's radius and mass to determine a mathematical model of the sun using the volume of a sphere, and the relationship between density, volume and mass.
9th - 12th Math 7 Views 25 Downloads
Density Studies of the Earth
Density comes to life as investigators place soda cans into containers of various liquids to find if they sink or float. They layer different density liquids, compare densities of different gases, and more. A total of six different density exercises help earth science learners grasp how differing density drives the motion of Earth's magma, oceans, and atmosphere.
8th - 12th Science 28 Views 85 Downloads