Project Scope ~ Madame Fedora Co.
123 Sesame St. ~ Tokyo, Japan
~ Shayla Jaganjac
The area of a circle can be found by multiplying "pi" by the square of the radius.
(Radius x 2)
Area of a circle can help with adapted or curved objects, such as the fedoras. This formula can also help identify the area of the fedoras and help get them into a container.
Cylinder~ π x r(2) x h * Cone ~ π x r(2) x h divided by 3 * Sphere~ 4/3 x π x r(3)
A ~ Make predictions about the volume of a cone that has the “same dimensions” as a cylinder.
If a cone and a cylinder were to have the same dimensions, then the volume of the cone would be a third of a cylinder. Since, multiplying the cone's volume by three would give you the round off result of a cylinder.
B ~ A visual where students show that the volume of a cone is one-third the volume of a cylinder with the same dimension ~Picture below~
A ~ Pi(r x r) h
Pi(5 x 5) 10
4 x 4 = 25
4 x 10 = 250
40 x 3.14 = 125.6