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Unformatted text preview: 11/29/2017 7.04 Volumes of Composite Figures 11/29/2017 11/29/17 7.04 Volumes of Composite Figures Classroom expectations: 1. Participate! 2. Be Prompt. 3. Be Prepared. 4. Be Polite. 5. Be Productive. 1. I can determine the volume of a figure composed of cones, cylinders, and/or spheres. 2. I can solve realreal-world problems involving the volume of composite figures. Georgia Standards MGSE8.G.9 Apply the formulas for the volume of cones, cylinders, and spheres and use them to solve real-world and mathematical problems. 1 11/29/2017 7.04 Volumes of Composite Figures Log into your OMS and watch the 60-second math video. Can you think of any other real-world objects that are composed of multiple 3-d shapes? Imagine a grain silo, the place where farmers store their grain after a harvest. They are usually a cylinder with a cone roof, and the grain is dropped into the silo at the very top of the cone. To know how much room farmers have for storing their harvest, they must calculate the volume of the grain silo. Find the approximate volume of a silo where the radius is 10 ft, height of the cone part is 10 ft, and height of the cylinder part is 30 ft. Imagine a grain silo, the place where farmers store their grain after a harvest. They are usually a cylinder with a cone roof, and the grain is dropped into the silo at the very top of the cone. To know how much room farmers have for storing their harvest, they must calculate the volume of the grain silo. Find the approximate volume of a silo where the radius is 10 ft, height of the cone part is 10 ft, and height of the cylinder part is 30 ft. 2 11/29/2017 Which figures make up the composite figure? What is the exact volume of the figure? Poll in Poll in 3 11/29/2017 -Independent Work Room -Help Room -Challenge Room -Resources Room Independent Work Room Directions: Find the length of side x in the diagram. Challenge Room 4 11/29/2017 Resources Room How many cones will it take to fill the sphere? Why? 7.04 Volumes of Composite Figures – lesson &amp; quiz 5 ...
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