# Volume of cylinder calculator

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This foldable is the perfect way to introduce calculating the volume of cylinder, cones, and spheres. I also included finding the area of a circle...

Hands On Math: Teaching Volume and Surface Area of Cylinders

Properties of Matter Vocabulary practice. This homework assignment includes properties of matter vocabulary, concept map,reading a triple beam balance and graduated cylinder practice, calculating density, and physical and chemical property practice.

This foldable provides 4 practice problems to teach or review how to calculate the volume of cylinders, cones, and spheres.This is a GREAT item for interactive notebooks. It may be used to introduce a lesson, as a homework assignment, or review before a quiz or test.A detailed answer key is included.You may also be interested in some of my foldable bundles:The Ultimate 7th GRADE MATH Foldable & Activity BundleThe Ultimate PRE-ALGEBRA Foldable & Activity BundleThe Ultimate PRE-ALGEBRA...

FREE RESOURCE - This resource can be used for practice with calculating and comparing the volume of cylinders, cones and spheres. Students will explore and discover the relationship between cylinders, cones and spheres.

Volume of Cylinder Calculator

In this activity students will: • Calculate areas of circles, surface area of cylinders, and volume of cylinders. • Represent mathematical relationships as ratios. • Write answers in terms of pi. • Discover proportional relationships between similar one-dimensional, two-dimensional, and three-dimensional figures. CCSS 7.G CCSS MP.8 CCSS 8.G CCSS G-MG CCSS G-GMD

This product includes two pages of mixed review on calculating the volume of cylinders, cones and spheres. The first page has a total of six practice problems in which the students are asked to find the volume with the radius and height. The second page has four additional problems where the students are asked to calculate the missing length (either the radius or height) if they are provided with the volume.

No prep! Just print and hang. Students find the volume of cones, cylinders, and spheres at the bottom of a page and HUNT for the answer at the top of another. Students love these! There are 10 problems, which include solving in terms of pi and approximating using 3.14.