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Cylinder Volume and Volume Problems

**v= π x r x r**

v= 3.14 x 12cm x 12 cm

v= 452.16 cm2 x 15

v= 6782.4 cm3

6782.4 cm3 / 4= 1695.6 cm3

The volume of cheese taken from the block was 1695.6 cm3.

One assumption I made was that they cut 1/4 from the cheese.

r= d/2

r= 0.8m/2

r= 0.4 m

v= π x r x r

v= 3.14 x 4cm x 4cm

v= 0.5024 cm2 x 10cm

v= 5.024 m3

r= d/2

r= 1m/2

r= 0.5m

v= π x r x r

v= 3.14 x 0.5m x 0.5m

v= 0.785 m2 x 10m

v= 7.85 m3

7.85 m3 - 5.024 m3 = 2.826 m3

The volume of concrete required to make the culvert is 2.826 m3.

Here is my volume video:

Good job Melanie, you used your colours very well. Your answers were shown neatly and stood out. For number five I think you forgot to answer letter "d" but for that my answer was 39.68cm^2 x 6.4cm = 253.96cm^3. Great blog, keep it up.

ReplyDeleteNice job Melanie! I like your post was really colorful. It brought your post to life, and really caught my eye.

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