How can you find the area of the isosceles trapezoid in Part 1?
Split the figure into two triangles and a rectangle, and find the sum of the areas of those shapes.
What is the area of the rectangle?
28 square cm.
What is the length of the base of each triangle?
What is the area of each triangle?
4 square cm.
What is the total area of the shape?
36 square cm.
How can you find the volume of the figure in Part 2?
Multiply the length, width, and height together (use the formula
What is the volume?
120 cubic inches.
The figure in Part 3 is made up of squares with 2-inch sides. What 3D shape could you create from this figure?
What would the area of each face of the cube be?
4 square inches.
What would the surface area of the cube be?
24 square inches.
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