Volume&Capacity

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Volume & Capacity:  EMAT 3410 14:54 Why use an activity for instruction? 1. to explore the mathematics 2. to validate the mathematics Example Problem/Activity: Mr. Bristle asked his students to help design candy containers for the club  fundraiser. The only requirements: 1. It be a cylinder Activity #1: Folding Paper Task Materials: 1. 2 sheets of paper (8.5” x 11”) 2. unifix cubes 3. tape - Make two cylinders, folding one paper lengthwise and one width wise. - Which cylinder holds more? Make a prediction Use the unifix cubes to justify your answer Tall Short #1                     60                          91 #2                     75                          121 #3                     57                          81 #4                     70
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