## Assignment Five:

## Volume

Now that we understand what volume is and are able to calculate
by hand, it is time once again to turn to technology to speed
up the process. In **assignment
3**, we learned how to use Excel to calculate the perimeter
and area of two-dimensional objects. We will now take those same
ideas and use them to calculate the volume of three-dimensional
objects. These objects will be: triangular and rectancular prisms,
cylinders, triangular and rectangular pyramids, and cones.

Since the students should now be adept at using Excel, I will
not provide a discussion of how to set up the spreadsheet. If
you cannot remember how to set up a spreadsheet, click on the
link to assignment three above to refresh your memory on how to
use Excel. Now, click on the link for the below to find your assignment.

**Homework Assignment
Five**

**Bonus Assignment
Five**

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