For which of these figures can 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.
What is the volume of Figure A?
36 cubic units.
What is the volume of Figure
30 cubic units.
For which of these figures could we measure only the area?
Figures B and C.
If each tile represents one square inch, what is the area of figure B?
8 square inches.
What multiplication equation can we use to find the area of figure C? Why does it work?
What is the area of figure C?
27 square inches.
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