B)

C)

6. A)

Both rectangular prisms have the volume of 200cm.

B)

Both rectangular prisms have the volume of 10.5 m3.

8.

The need to put 24.3m3 of water in the pool.

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Jumbo:

r= d÷2 V=(pi.r.r)x h

r= 20÷2 V=(3.14x10x10)x40

r=10cm V=314 x 40

V=12'560cm³

Popcorn Lover's:

r= d÷2 V=(pi.r.r)x h

r= 30÷2 V=(3.14x15x15)x20

r= 15cm V= 7065 x 20

V= 14'130cm³

Martha should buy the popcorn lover's one because it has a greater volume than the Jumbo one.Popcorn Lover's volume is 14,130cm³ and Jumbo's 12,560cm³.

**Chapter 7.4**

Outside;

r=d÷2 V=(pi.r.r)x h

r= 1÷2 V=(3.14x0.5x0.5)x10

r=0.5m V= 0.785 x 10

V= 7.85m³

Inside;

r= d÷2 V=(pi.r.r)x h

r= 0.8÷ 2 V=(3.14x0.4x0.4)x10

r= 0.4m V=0.5024 x 10

V= 5.024m³

You Subtract the volume of the inside from the volume of the outside.

7.85m³ - 5.024m³ = 2.826m³

The volume of concrete needed to make the culvert is 2.826m³

Great Job Diana! it's organized, and laid out nicely. Great job on adding a video and a link. Also great job on adding a picture of your own work. Keep it up.

ReplyDeleteGood job Deedee ;) Next time you should find better lighting (y) ;D anyways, keep up the good work!

ReplyDeleteGood job Diana! Your scribe is easy to understand, and is neat. Also i liked how you have pictures, video and information. Next time add a link, Keep it up though!

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ReplyDeleteI like how you used pictures of the questions, I also like how you put videos, and colour. Next time you should put a link in your work, also a flisti. Besides that everything is alright, keep up the good work.

Good Job Diana! I like how you added pictures to show how you did it,and videos. Next time add a link. Overall Keep up the Goodwork!

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