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Chapter 13:Volume; Lesson 1: Volume of Cylinders

### Guided Practice

• Question 1

Vocabulary Describe the bases of a cylinder.

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• Question 2

Figure 1 shows a view from above of inch cubes on the bottom of a cylinder. Figure 2 shows the highest stack of cubes that will fit inside the cylinder. Estimate the volume of the cylinder. Explain your reasoning. •  $$\text{ in}^3$$
• Question 3

Find the volume of the cylinder to the nearest tenth. Use 3.14 for $$\pi$$. The volume of the cylinder is approximately _____$$\text{ m }^3$$.

•  $$\text{ m}^3$$
• Question 4

A Japanese odaiko is a very large drum that is made by hollowing out a section of a tree trunk. A museum in Takayama City has three odaikos of similar size carved from a single tree trunk. The largest measures about 2.7 meters in both diameter and length, and weighs about 4.5 metric tons. Using the volume formula for a cylinder, approximate the volume of the drum to the nearest tenth.

The volume of the drum is about _____ $$\text{m} ^3$$.

•  The radius of the drum is about m The volume of the drum is about $$\text{ m}^3$$

### ESSENTIAL QUESTION CHECK-IN

• Question 5

How do you find the volume of a cylinder? Describe which measurements of a cylinder you need to know.

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