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• Lesson one of four that teach students how to derive the formulas for cones, spheres and cylinders, along with a short history of Archimedes.
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• Lesson two of four that teach students how to derive the formulas for cones, spheres and cylinders, along with a short history of Archimedes.
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• Lesson three of four that teach students how to derive the formulas for cones, spheres and cylinders, along with a short history of Archimedes.
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• 03.01.14
• Lesson four of four that teach students how to derive the formulas for cones, spheres and cylinders, along with a short history of Archimedes.
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• 03.01.14
• A lesson focusing on the strategies and formulae involved in working out the volume of solid objects.
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• 11.11.10
• A lesson focusing on two-dimensional representations of three-dimensional objects to visualise and solve problems such as those involving surface area and volume.
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• 05.11.10
• This Easibook reminds students of the formula for the volume of a rectangular prism and gives some practice in finding volumes.
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• 16.04.12
• This Easibook reminds students of the formula for the volume of a rectangular prism and gives some practice in finding volumes.
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• 10.04.12
• This Easibook illustrates how to find the surface area and the volume of a cylinder.
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• 13.04.12
• This Easiteach workbook looks at the volume of 3D shape.
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• 12.04.12
• Students pair length (m) with length (km), area with area and volume with volume. Reflect and Review - students consolidate that length units have a power of 1, area units have a power of 2 and volume units have a power of 3.
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• 29.03.12
• This Easibook gives practice in converting square centimeters to and from square meters, and in converting liters to cubic centimeters, cubic meters, grams and kilograms.
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• 03.05.12
• A lesson focusing on the strategies and formulae involved in working out the volume of solid objects.
1.71 MB
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• 11.11.10
• A lesson focusing on two-dimensional representations of three-dimensional objects to visualise and solve problems such as those involving surface area and volume.
301.53 KB
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• 05.11.10
• This Easibook shows how to calculate the volume of prisms by finding the area of the cross-section then multiplying it by the prism’s length or height. Students are then given practice in finding volumes of different prisms in an accompanying task.
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• 19.04.12
• This activity practices the units used in measuring length, area, volume and mass, and practices their abbreviations.
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• 02.04.12
• The Easiteach file contains units of measurement in ellipses. The class has to decide what the units measure, for example, cm for perimeter.
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• 29.03.12
• A lesson on surface area and volume of 3D shapes.
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• 12.01.12
• This Easibook explores the relationship between the volume of a cone and pyramid.
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• 16.04.12
• In this activity students are asked to finding the volume of cylinders and spheres.
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• 13.03.12