Flipped activity 1: Derive the formula to find the compute the volume of the cuboid.
Click on the picture given at the right to access the interactive to find the volume of the cube. Fill a box with cubes, rows of cubes, or layers of cubes. The number of unit cubes needed to fill the entire box is known as the volume of the box. Can you determine a rule for finding the volume of a box if you know its width, depth, and height?. Along the left side, click on a cube, a row of cubes, or a layer of cubes to fill the box. The Remove Last button takes away the last piece you placed in the box; the Clear button removes all of the pieces from the box. By clicking on the flattened sides of the box, you can see what the box looks like when the sides are folded up. Change the width, depth, and height to see boxes of various sizes.
Note down your observations in the format given in GLG (worksheets ).
Flipped activity No : 2 generalise the method to find the volume of a prism and deduce the formula to find the volume of the cylinder.
Watch the video given towards the left and generalise the formula to calculate the volume of a prism.
What would be the volume of a cylinder of radius 'r ' and height 'h' ?
Research on the formula to calculate the volume of a cylinder and confirm that the formula which you have derived is correct.
Mention the name of sites which you have visited for confirmation . Solve the problems given in GLG ( Worksheets)
Flipped activity No : 3 Derive the formula to calculate the volume of a cone
Watch the video given towards the right. Observe What is happening….
Answer to the questions given in Flipped activity dcoument part 3.
Watch the video again and again , if requiered!!!
Also solve the problems the problems given.