## Volume and Surface Area

of 3-Dimensional Objects

of 3-Dimensional Objects

- Identify three-dimensional objects
- Calculate the volume of three-dimensional objects
- Calculate the surface area of three-dimensional objects

A three-dimensional object differs from two-dimensional objects because they are not flat. They can be measured in three directions: height, width, and depth.

Volume is the amount of space that an object occupies. Volume is measured in cubic units. Some examples include cubic feet, cubic inches, cubic centimeters, and etc.

Think about a box that is filled with a liquid, solid, or gas!

__What is surface area?__

Surface area is the sum of all of the areas that the surface of an object occupies. Surface area is measured in square units. Some examples include square feet, square inches, square centimeters, and etc.

Surface area is the sum of all of the areas that the surface of an object occupies. Surface area is measured in square units. Some examples include square feet, square inches, square centimeters, and etc.

Think about wrapping a box for a birthday present!

We will be covering six 3-dimensional objects. Click each object below to learn more!

You will take the quiz **after** you have researched and taken notes on ALL six objects above.

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