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Cylinder Container

Formula's

rectangular prism

3 inches;

length

Cylinder

Lexi's leftovers

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Lexi has two containers and that she needs to fill it with soup. She has enough soup to fill a container with the volume of about 13 inches. Which container would use to hold the soup?

4 inches;

width

5 inches;

height

Cylinder: V= Bh ; xR^2

Rectangular Prism: V=Bh

Rectangular Prism

Container

Real life examples:

The length of the container is 4 inches.

The diameter of the container is 2 inches.

4 inches

2 inches

The length of the container is 3 inches,

the width is 4 inches, and the height 5 inches.

3 inches

4 inches

5 inches

4 inches

2 inches

Steps to solve for the volume of the rectangular prism:

Step one: Find the length of the rectangular prism.

Step two: Find the width of the rectangular prism.

Step three: Find the height of the rectangular prism.

Step four: Multiply the length, width, height.

Step five: State your answer in cubic units.

Steps to solve for the volume of the Cylinder

Step one: Find the radius of the circular base.

Step two: Calculate the area of the circular base.

Step three: Find the height of the cylinder.

Step four: Multiply the area of the base by the height.

Answer:

Rectangular prism: 60 inches

Cylinder: 12.56 inches

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