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Quantum of Solids- Day 4

Unit 9: Quantum of Solids
Lesson 4 of 6

Objective: SWBAT use and explore volume and surface area formulas to solve problems.

Big Idea: Now that students have had a few days of practice applying the volume formulas, it is time to give them a real-world problem to solve that will put these new skills to use.

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