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Volume: Decomposing Irregular Shapes

Unit 5: Shapes & Their Attributes (Geometry)
Lesson 3 of 10

Objective: SWBAT find the volume of irregular solids using the additive volumes of the decomposed shape.

Big Idea: Students use what they know (volume of rectangular prisms) to solve problems with irregular solids.

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Math, Geometry, Critical Area, shapes
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