Geometry In Ag Mech

Geometry In Ag Mech - Determining Project Needs Utilizing...

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Determining Project Needs Utilizing Geometry In Agricultural Mechanization McGregor Objectives: Upon completion of the lesson the student will be able to: 1. Formulate perimeter and surface area for rectangles, triangles, and circles; 2. Formulate volume for cubes, prisms, cylinders, and cones; 3. Apply plane and volumetric geometry to agricultural mechanics situations; and 4. Calculate materials needed for various agricultural mechanics projects utilizing plane and volumetric geometry. Focus/Interest Approach: Guessing is not good! The mind is your best tool! Legalized Student Torture! Lecture Notes: I. a. Perimeter: Add all sides b. Area of a Rectangle = L x W c. Volume of a Cube = L x W x H d. Practice: i. Determine the surface area of a rectangle that is 4 x 8 ii. How much soil is there in a hole that is 3 x 6 x 4 ? II.

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