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Flori Huitt, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction | Heidi Aranda, Senior Director of Curriculum Development

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Grade 8 Math - Week Two

Printable Version - Week Two Learning Board (in PDF)

8th Grade Math

Week 2 April 6 – 10

Math Objectives: Students will be able to:

  • know the volume formulas for cones and cylinders.
  • know the volume formula for a sphere as it relates to a right circular cylinder with the same diameter and height.
apply the formula for the volume of a sphere to real-world and mathematical problems.

Key Vocabulary/Formulas

Volume (V) - The amount a container can hold. Volume is often measured in cubic units, such as cm3, cubic inches, or cubic feet.

Cylinder Formula-   V = πr2h or replace π with 3.14 and use V = 3.14r2h

Sphere Formula- V = (4πr3)/3 or replace π with 3.14 and use V = (4•3.14•r3)/3

Pi (π) - approximated as 3.14, gotten by dividing the measure of the distance around a circle by the measure of the diameter across the circle, irrational number (meaning it keeps going forever)

Cone Formula-   V = (πr2h)/3 or replace π with 3.14 and use V = (3.14r2 h)/3

Radius (r): distance from the edge to the center of a circle; Diameter: distance from one edge of a circle to the other, cutting through the center, cut it in half to get a radius; Height (h): how tall a cylinder or cone is at a right angle.

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