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Listed under:  Mathematics  >  Geometry  >  Dimensions  >  Volume (Dimensions)
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Squirt: two containers

Examine the relationships between capacities of various containers. Look at two containers that may have different diameters, heights and shapes. Fill a container and squirt liquids between the containers to establish the proportional relationship. Express relationships using mathematical notation such as a=6xb. This learning ...

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Squirt: two containers: level 1

Examine the relationships between capacities of containers of the same shape, but different size. Squirt liquids between two containers to establish the proportional relationship. Express relationships using mathematical notation such as a=6xb. This learning object is the first in a series of five objects that progressively ...

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Squirt: three containers: level 1

Examine the relationships between capacities of containers of the same shape, but different size. Squirt liquids between three containers to establish the proportional relationship. Work out the third 'unlinked' relationship from two known relationships. Express relationships using mathematical notation such as 2a=6b=3c. ...

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Volume

This is a colourful animation, with audio commentary, that describes volume, or capacity, in terms of the amount of liquid a container can hold. It demonstrates how the volumes of three objects can be determined and ordered by comparing how many cups of water it takes to fill each one. The resource can be paused and restarted ...

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Squirt: two containers: level 2

Examine the relationships between capacities of containers of different shapes and sizes. Squirt liquids between two containers to establish the proportional relationship. Express relationships using mathematical notation such as a=6xb. This learning object is the second in a series of five objects that progressively increase ...