A Fishy Problem
Students survey the problems involved in finding a solution to a practical problem using a mathematical process. Students make sensible estimates and check the reasonableness of their answers. Students report the results of their explorations.
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New Review Math Grade 7: Use Surface Area and Volume to Solve a Real-World Problem
There's nothing fishy about this resource. Individuals use unit cubes to build a model of an aquarium in the shape of a rectangular prism that meets given criteria. Consideration of both volume and surface is necessary.
7th Math CCSS: Designed
Use Cavalieri’s Principle to Compare Aquarium Volumes
Learners are designing a stunning new water feature for an aquarium, but they soon discover that more than just a pretty home for their fishy friends is required. From calculating the volume of a composite shape through the abstract...
9th - 10th Math CCSS: Designed