For which of these figures could we measure volume?
Figures A and D.
Why can't we measure volume for figures B and C?
They are 2D; volume is an attribute of 3D figures.
Figure A has been packed tightly with 36 unit cubes. What is its volume?
36 cubic units.
Figure D has been packed tightly with 30 unit cubes. What is its volume?
30 cubic units.
For which of these figures could we measure only area?
Figures B and C.
If each tile represents 1 square inch, what is the area of figure B?
8 square inches.
If each tile represents 1 square centimeter, what is the area of figure C?
27 square centimeters.
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