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Surface Areas and Volumes of Cubes
Question Group #1
Directions and/or Common Information:
Find the
surface area
of each
cube
1.
2.
3.
Question Group #2
Directions and/or Common Information:
Find the
volume
of each cube.
1.
2.
Find the
volume
of a
cube
that has a
surface area
of 16 m
^{2}
.
3.
Question Group #3
Directions and/or Common Information:
Consider the relationship between the
length
of the base, the surface area, and the
volume
of a
cube
before beginning these next problems.
Find the
surface area
and
volume
of the cube:
1.
If the
length
of the
base
were to be doubled, what would the new
surface area
and
volume
be? How did each measurement increase?
2.
Based on the previous questions, what conclusions can be made about
surface area
and volume?
3.
Question Group #4
Directions and/or Common Information:
Use the following information for the next questions.
Find the
surface area
and
volume
for the entire group of cubes.
1.
Now, assume that the cubes are brought together to form a larger
image
that looks somewhat like a part of a Rubik's Cube:
Find the
surface area
and the
volume
of the new shape.
2.
Based on the information found in these two problems, what conclusions can you draw about
surface area
and volume?
3.
C Roach
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