Perimeter, Area, Volume, and multiplying through parenthesis

Perimeter, Area, Volume, and multiplying through parenthesis

Perimeter, Area, Volume, and multiplying through parenthesis In your math notebook simplify the following: 2(3 + 4) 6(4 7)

3(3 + 24) 2 2 4(2 +5 ) Perimeter: Remember that the perimeter is

the distance around something. Perimeter: Remember that the perimeter is the distance around something. Perimeter is the fence. Perimeter:

Remember that the perimeter is the distance around something. Perimeter is the fence. Perimeter: Remember that the perimeter is

the distance around something. Perimeter is the fence. Perimeter is shown as P Perimeter: Remember that the perimeter is the distance around something. Perimeter is the fence.

Perimeter is shown as P Square.P = 4s s is the side length. Rectangle.P = 2(l + w) l is the length and w is the width. Find the perimeter: 7

Find the perimeter: 7 10 Find the perimeter: 7

6 10 Find the perimeter: 7 6

10 x Find the perimeter: 3 4 Find the perimeter:

3 4 5 10 Find the perimeter: 3

4 10 x 11 5

Find the perimeter: 3 4 5 10

2x x 11 3x Area Remember

that area is the amount of space something takes up. Area Remember that area is the amount of space something takes

up. Area is the field. Area Remember that area is the amount of space something takes up. Area is the field.

Area is shown as A Area Remember that area is the amount of space something takes up. Area is the field. Area is shown as A

Square.A = 2s s is the side length. Rectangle.A = lw l is the length and w is the width. Find the area: 7 Find the area:

7 10 Find the area: 7 10

x Find the area: 7 10 x

5x Find the area: 6 10 Find the area: 6

10 8 12 Find the area: 6

8 10 12 7 x

Find the area: 6 8 10 12 2x

7 x 4x Volume: Remember

volume is what it takes to fill something in completely. Volume: Remember volume is what it takes to fill something in completely.

Volume is the water in the pool. Volume: Remember volume is what it takes to fill something in completely. Volume is the water in the pool. Volume is shown as V

Volume: Remember volume is what it takes to fill something in completely. Volume is the water in the pool. Volume is shown Cube..V =as

s V 3 s is the side of the cube. Rectangular PrismV = Bh B is the area of the base. B = lw h is the height. h

l w Find the volume: 6 Find the volume:

6 10 Find the volume: 6 x

10 Find the volume: 6 x 10

3x Find the volume: 3 2 4 Find the volume: 5

3 2 4 4 10 Find the volume:

5 3 2 4 3 x 2x

4 10 Find the volume: 5 3 2

4 4 10 3x 3 x 2x

2x 4x Multiplying through parenthesis: When you multiply through parenthesis follow these steps:

Multiplying through parenthesis: When you multiply through parenthesis follow these steps: First terms Multiplying through

parenthesis: When you multiply through parenthesis follow these steps: First terms Outside terms Multiplying through parenthesis:

When you multiply through parenthesis follow these steps: First terms Outside terms Inside terms Multiplying through parenthesis:

When you multiply through parenthesis follow these steps: First terms Outside terms Inside terms Last terms Multiplying through

parenthesis: When you multiply through (x + 2)(x 1) parenthesis follow these steps: First terms x*x

Outside terms x * -1 Inside terms 2*x Last terms 2 * -1

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