Homework:
Study for the final exam by reviewing the Chapter Tests for Chapters 1 - 9.
Email the prof by 10 pm, Thursday, April 30, with problems to be reviewed during Friday's class.

Classwork:

Work today is on lenght, width, height, 1-, 2-, and 3-dimensions, perimeter, area, and volume.

Create work sheet that computes the volumes of a rectangular prism, a rectangular pyramid, a cylinder, and a cone.

1st: Open the spread sheet you created last week.

2nd: Open the page linked here, type your name on it, print it, close the page and refer to the printed sheet if you need it.

3rd: Today you will work on a second, unused, work sheet in the spread sheet.

4th: Paste the 2 pictures of the volumes of rectangular solids and pyramids on the work sheet and designate cells and formulas to complete the computation.
The volume of a rectangular prism, V(l,w, h)= lwh.
The volume of a rectangular pyramid, V(l,w, h)= lwh/3.
 lenght:   width:  height: cubic units   cubic units

5th: Paste the 2 pictures of the volumes of cylinders and cones on the work sheet and designate cells and formulas to complete the computation.
The volume of a cylinder, V(r, h)= r²h.
The volume of a cone, V(r, h)= r²h/3.
 radius:   height: cubic units   cubic units

Recall from last class how to use the cells and formulas to make the spread sheet do computation for you.

You are also reminded that:

To switch between applications use ALT + TAB and release when you get to the the application you need.
Copy is CRTL + C.
Paste is CRTL + V.
the symbol in Excel for , pi is
pi()
the symbol for square is
^2
To test the formula for computing the volumes of a prism, rectangular pyramid, cone, and cylinder use the the yellow regions of this page.

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