In this math learning exercise, students draw specified shapes on isometric dot paper. They draw two cuboidal shapes of given sizes, and two boxes of given volume.
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New Review Similar Solids and Proportional Reasoning
Double the dimensions, quadruple the surface area. Pairs build similar prisms and compare the ratios of their surface areas and volumes to the ratio of the heights. Given two similar cones, partners determine the ratios of the lateral...
9th - 11th Math
Using Cubes and Isometric Drawings - Exploring the Isometric Drawing Tool
Students utilize the isometric drawing tool on a computer. They create a 3-D object that could be built. Students practice moving cubes with the tool. They determine exactly how many cubes it takes to create an object. Students...
7th - 12th Math
But 3D looks 2D! (Drawing 3-dimensional figures)
Students create three dimensional shapes by observing two dimensional shapes. In this geometry lesson, students create a castle in three dimensional form. They work in groups to observe different shape and design of art work and then...
9th - 10th Math