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Surface Area and Volume Functions

Unit 12: Cubic Functions
Lesson 1 of 10

Objective: SWBAT write functions to compute the surface areas and volumes of various prisms. SWBAT identify quadratic and cubic functions.

Big Idea: How do the surface area and volume of a prism change as the prism grows? Students build prisms and use these prisms to generate quadratic and cubic functions.

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