Prism Volumes

 teachMathematics: Prism Volumes

It is essential that you do not confuse surface area with volume. To confuse the two is like confusing weight with height - they are measures of completely different things. It"s the sort of confusion that make the older generations complain about "basic literacy and numeracy skills!". This activity aims to give you experience of measuring volumes for yourselves. By pouring water from one prism to another can you work...


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