# Cylinder Volume Calculator

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This foldable provides 4 practice problems to teach or review how to calculate the volume of cylinders, cones, and spheres.This is a GREAT item for interactive notebooks. It may be used to introduce a lesson, as a homework assignment, or review before a quiz or test.A detailed answer key is included.You may also be interested in some of my foldable bundles:The Ultimate 7th GRADE MATH Foldable & Activity BundleThe Ultimate PRE-ALGEBRA Foldable & Activity BundleThe Ultimate PRE-ALGEBRA...

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A structured approach to teaching surface area can make it so much easier for students to understand! These materials lend themselves to use in interactive notebooks. These foldable notes, examples, and practice problems feature a structured step by step format to guide student thinking as they calculate the surface area of each figure. Students will find the surface areas of prisms, pyramids, cylinders, cones, and spheres.

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Students are constantly confusing surface area and volume of rectangular prisms and cylinders. This product includes 18 situations cards, 36 calculation cards, and 1 sort page. Students will read, decide and sort each card into the appropriate category.

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This product includes a fifteen question assessment on the volume of cylinders, cones and spheres. The first six questions ask the students to calculate the volume of the solids. The second page of the quiz asks students to determine the missing length of a solid if the volume is provided. An answer key is provided.

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formula for the volume, lateral surface area, and total surface area of an ellipse-base cylinder, and also for a stadium-base cylinder...example problems to calculate volume and surface area

Building Sculptures- In this interactive, practice with formulas for the volume of prisms, spheres, cones, cylinders, and pyramids. In the accompanying classroom activity, students use the interactive and then do a hands-on activity in which they estimate and calculate the volume in cubic inches of a variety of geometric objects.

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This is a set of 18 Task Cards (with & without QR codes) to help strengthen students skills in calculating Volume & Surface Area of Prisms, Cylinders, Cones, and Spheres.All questions are state assessment level questions which makes this a fun and engaging test review activity.To complete this activity students will need to:Calculate the Volume of Prisms (Rectangular & Triangular), Cylinders, Cones, & Spheres.Calculate the Surface Area of Prisms & Cylinders..

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What's the ideal size for a soda can? Students use the formulas for surface area and volume of a cylinder to design different cans, calculate their cost of production, and find the can that uses the least material to contain a standard 12 ounces of liquid.