Geometry: Solid Figures
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Geometry: Solid Figures Videos
Volume Of A Rectangular Prism
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The volume of a prism is the product of the [area] of the base and the distance between the two base faces, or the height (in the case of a non-right prism, note that this means the perpendicular distance).
Geometry: Solid Figures Word Problems
The volume of the soda can
The volume of the soda can is fixed at 400 cubic centimeters. Use the volume with each radius to find the possible heights of different sized soda cans. Once the height column is completed calculate the surface areas. The results for radius are already given. Round the height to the nearest tenth and the surface area to the nearest whole number. The given radius are: 1 cm, 2 cm, 3 cm, 4 cm, 5 cm, 6 cm, 7 ...
Geometry: Solid Figures Practice Questions
What is a Vertex?
name the figures
solid figure that has 4 flat faces
I was asked to identify all these shapes in my Essential Skills Class.
What is a polyhedron that has two congruent faces?
10" tall x 24"long x 8" deep
length=2cm width=1cm height=5
How is the surface area related to the faces of a solid figure?
I am a solid figure. One of my faces has three sides. My other three faces are ...
A figure that has 3 surfaces and 1 is ...
Find the ...
todd made a tower of five blocks that are each 2.5 inches ...