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Nets of Prisms [electronic resource]: Geometry-Three-Dimensional Geometry

In this video we'll learn how to draw the nets of right rectangular prisms, including the net of a cube. A net is just the shape of the two-dimensional piece of paper that can be folded into a three-dimensional figure.
Online
2015; 2014
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Volume of Prisms [electronic resource]: Geometry-Three-Dimensional Geometry

In this video we'll learn how find the volume of right rectangular prisms. To find the volume, we'll just multiply the length by the width, which will give us the area of the base, and then multiply that area by the height, which will give us volume.
Online
2015; 2014
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Surface Area of Prisms [electronic resource]: Geometry-Three-Dimensional Geometry

In this video we'll learn how to find the surface area of right rectangular prisms. Since opposite faces of the prism are congruent, we can find the area of the base and multiply it by 2 in order to account for the surface area of the top and bottom; find the area of the left face and multiply it by 2 in order to account for the surface area of the left and right; and find the area of the front face and multiply it by 2 in order to account for the surface area of the front and back.
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2015; 2014
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Surface Area to Volume Ratio of Prisms [electronic resource]: Geometry-Three-Dimensional Geometry

In this video we'll learn how to find the ratio between the surface area of a rectangular prism and the volume of a rectangular prism, including a cube and a right rectangular prism.
Online
2015; 2014
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Nets of Pyramids [electronic resource]: Geometry-Three-Dimensional Geometry

In this video we'll learn how to draw the nets of pyramids, including a square pyramid, a triangular pyramid, and a pentagonal pyramid. A net is just the shape of the two-dimensional piece of paper that can be folded into a three-dimensional figure.
Online
2015; 2014
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Volume of Pyramids [electronic resource]: Geometry-Three-Dimensional Geometry

In this video we'll learn how find the volume of pyramids. To find the volume, we'll always use the same volume formula.
Online
2015; 2014
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Surface Area of Pyramids [electronic resource]: Geometry-Three-Dimensional Geometry

In this video we'll learn how to find the surface area of regular pyramids. Since all of the lateral faces of the pyramid are congruent, we can always use the same formula for surface area. We'll just need to know the perimeter of the base, the slant height of the lateral faces, and the area of the base.
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2015; 2014
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Nets of Cylinders [electronic resource]: Geometry-Three-Dimensional Geometry

In this video we'll learn how to draw the nets of cylinders. A net is just the shape of the two-dimensional sheet that can be folded into the three-dimensional object.
Online
2015; 2014
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Volume of Cylinders [electronic resource]: Geometry-Three-Dimensional Geometry

In this video we'll learn how to find the volume of cylinders. To do this, we'll find the area of the base of the cylinder, which will just be the area of a circle, and then we'll multiply the area of the base by the height of the cylinder in order to find the volume.
Online
2015; 2014
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Surface Area of Cylinders [electronic resource]: Geometry-Three-Dimensional Geometry

In this video we'll learn how to find the surface area of cylinders, which we'll do by finding the area of the base (the area of a circle), and multiplying that by 2 to account for the surface area of the top and the bottom of the cylinder. The surface area of the side we'll find by recognizing that the side is a rectangle with length equal to the circumference of the circular base, and width equal to the height of the cylinder.
Online
2015; 2014
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Nets of Cones [electronic resource]: Geometry-Three-Dimensional Geometry

In this video we'll learn how to draw nets of right circular Cones. A right circular cone is a cone whose base is a circle and that has a right angle (90-degree angle) between the base of the cone and it's altitude. A net is the two-dimensional shape that can be folded into the three-dimensional object.
Online
2015; 2014
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Volume of Cones [electronic resource]: Geometry-Three-Dimensional Geometry

In this video we'll learn how to find the volume of circular Cones. A circular cone is a cone whose base is a circle. We'll use a volume formula that requires us to know the radius of the circular base and the length of the altitude (the height) of the cone.
Online
2015; 2014
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Surface Area of Cones [electronic resource]: Geometry-Three-Dimensional Geometry

In this video we'll learn how to find the surface area of right circular Cones. A right circular cone is a cone whose base is a circle and that has a right angle (90-degree angle) between the base of the cone and it's altitude. When we find the surface area of a cone, we'll use the formula for the area of a circle in order to find the area of the base of the cone, and then we'll use the slant height of the cone in order to find the surface area of the lateral face.
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2015; 2014
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Volume of Spheres [electronic resource]: Geometry-Three-Dimensional Geometry

In this video we'll learn how to find the volume of Spheres. We'll always use the same volume formula, which only requires us to know the length of the radius of the sphere. If we've been given the length of the diameter, we can just take half of the diameter to get the radius, and then plug the radius into the volume formula.
Online
2015; 2014
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Surface Area of Spheres [electronic resource]: Geometry-Three-Dimensional Geometry

In this video we'll learn how to find the surface area of Spheres. The formula we always use to find surface area only requires us to know the length of the radius of the sphere. If we know the diameter of the sphere, we can take half of it to get the radius, and then plug the length of the radius into the equation for surface area.
Online
2015; 2014