Finding the Total Surface Area (T.S.A.) and Volume for Your Nets

Lay out your nets, and on clean sheets of white paper, describe in DETAIL how you find the total surface area and the volume for each. Be sure to show all formulas and work for each, so that anyone reading these pages will understand how you got your results.

Imagine presenting these findings to a client. They should be very neatly executed and supply copious detail.

To give you an idea of what we mean, feel free to examine ours below.

        1. Part 1 ( Trapezoidal Prism Total Surface Area and Volume)
        2. Part 2 (Pentagonal Pyramid T.S.A and Volume)
        3. Part 3 (Quadrilateral Prism T.S.A. and Volume)
        4. Part 4 (Semi-Trapezoidal Prism T.S.A. and Volume)

     

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