Solving for a Missing Dimension

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If a can has a volume of twelve ounces, how tall it should be? If you can work with volume formulas, it's is an easy measurement to find. After finding the volume of figures in the previous lesson of the series, learners now apply the volume formulas to find missing dimensions in different shapes, including spheres, cylinders, and cones.

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CCSS: Designed
Instructional Ideas

  • Ask individuals to draw each problem and label the given information
Classroom Considerations

  • Requires Internet access to view the video resource
  • A review of the volume formulas may be neccessary depending on the level of your classes

  • Video gives thorough explanations and shows each step in the process
  • Provides practice problems and includes the answer key

  • Does not include application examples in the video or problem set
Common Core