Geometry Vocab 2
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I tell shapes their Area, Perimeter, and Volume Their area is the number of unit squares that can be contained within them. Their perimeter is the total distance around the edge of them. Their volume is the measure of the amount of space inside of them.
Hi, I am Dr. Jones. I am a doctor for the shapes of the world.
To find his perimeter, we use 2πr. To find his volume, we use πr^2 x h To find his surface area, we use 2πrh + 2πr^2
This is Cylinder. He is a solid, 3D shape.
To find Prism's surface area, we add together all of her sides. To find Prism's volume, we use 1/2ach.
This is Prism.
To find his surface area, we use πrl + πr^2. To find his volume, we use πr^2 x h/3
This is Cone.
To find his surface area, we use 4πr^2. To find his volume, we use 4/3πr^3.
This is Sphere.
This is Cube.
To find her area, we use 6a^2. To find her volume, we use a^3.
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