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```							Volume
AIMS Math Review
Spring, 2008
Period 1
Math’s
important for
Find the volume.       child
development.

.
Find the volume.
5*5**15 =
375 cubic feet
.
or
1177.5 cubic feet
Period 2
A company manufactures large dice for children's
games. The dice are cubes with one side measuring
1.2 inch in length. The dice are formed when a liquid
plastic in is poured into a mold of the die. The
company uses trays that contain one dozen die molds
in each tray. If the liquid plastic is measured in cubic
inches, how much liquid plastic is needed to fill one
tray?                                              You can do
the math!
A company manufactures large dice for children's
games. The dice are cubes with one side measuring
1.2 inch in length. The dice are formed when a liquid
plastic in is poured into a mold of the die. The
company uses trays that contain one dozen die molds
in each tray. If the liquid plastic is measured in cubic
inches, how much liquid plastic is needed to fill one
tray?   1.2 * 1.2 * 1.2 (for each die) * 12 (for 1 tray) = 20.736 cubic inches
Period 3
Math is
nearly as
great as                Soda is sold in
English.
aluminum cans that measure 6
inches in height and 2 inches in
diameter. How many cubic
inches of soda are contained in
a full can?
Soda is sold in
aluminum cans that measure 6
inches in height and 2 inches in
diameter. How many cubic
inches of soda are contained in
a full can? 1 * 1 * 3.14 * 6 = 18.84 cubic inches
Period 4

All
careers
need
math!
Period 4

4x5x10 vs. 3*3  *8 vs. ½ 4/3  5*5*5
200vs. 226.08 vs.       261.67
Mom’s Place has the greatest volume.
Period 5
Find the volume.
You
need 1.         2.
the
math!
Find the volume.
1.                      2.

V = 42*10 =160  cubic cm   V = 1/3 (102)*8 = 800/3 cubic units
Period 6
Find the volume of each figure.
1.               requires 2.
math.
Find the volume of each figure.
1.                      2.

V = ½ (3)(4)(2) = 12 cubic inches   V = 1/3 (24.6/2)2*5   = 24.6 cubic ft

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