Today was Volume Day in Geometry.

A grade was taken for 4 pts over the surface area homework. Students had a chance to finish and correct their own work in class.

We learned about volume of prisms, pyramids, cylinders, and cones. Students can use formulas from their formula sheet (attached on a post from about a week ago). However, they need to be aware: where is the base? What is the base? What is the area of the base? Part of each formula is the area of the base, but they need to be aware of it. EXAMPLE: a cylinder's volume is Pi times the radius squared times height of the cylinder. The base is a circle, and its area is Pi times the radius squared.

HW #16 was started in class. Some students even finished. It is attached below if you have lost it or were absent.

12 pt quiz next time over surface area. Study HW #14 and #15.

Final Review Guide will be available Friday in class.

The final is next Thursday, May 25.

A grade was taken for 4 pts over the surface area homework. Students had a chance to finish and correct their own work in class.

We learned about volume of prisms, pyramids, cylinders, and cones. Students can use formulas from their formula sheet (attached on a post from about a week ago). However, they need to be aware: where is the base? What is the base? What is the area of the base? Part of each formula is the area of the base, but they need to be aware of it. EXAMPLE: a cylinder's volume is Pi times the radius squared times height of the cylinder. The base is a circle, and its area is Pi times the radius squared.

HW #16 was started in class. Some students even finished. It is attached below if you have lost it or were absent.

12 pt quiz next time over surface area. Study HW #14 and #15.

Final Review Guide will be available Friday in class.

The final is next Thursday, May 25.

geometry_2017_volume_hw_16.pdf |