NoteTaking:
Don't forget to get your notebook, papers and pencils ready to copy important notes for future references!
Pay close attention to formulas and special terms!!
Pay close attention to formulas and special terms!!
How to Turn a Sphere Inside Out
Online Lessons
Note: Always use the π key rather than π=3.14 unless instructed otherwise.
1. Lesson on properties of a sphere (1 weblink)
2. YouTube video on how the volume of a sphere is related to the volume of a cylinder (with same height)
2. YouTube video on how the volume of a sphere is related to the volume of a cylinder (with same height)
3. YouTube video on how the volumes of a sphere, a cone and a cylinder are related (with same height)
4. Video on volume of spheres (1 weblink)
5. YouTube video on surface area of spheres  the "straightforward" way with lots of patience!
5. YouTube video on surface area of spheres  the "straightforward" way with lots of patience!
6. YouTube videos on Archimedes' theorems on volume and surface area of spheres


7. Lesson on surface area of a sphere (1 weblink)
Textbook
McGrawHill Textbook or eBook Login
Go to Chapter 08: Measurement Relationships (eBook: Click on right menu on screen)
1. Read 8.6: Surface Area of a Sphere
 Do Exercises on p. 459 Questions #1 to #8
 Check your answers with Section 8.6 answer keys after you have completed each question!
2. Read 8.7: Volume of a Sphere
 Do Exercises on p. 465 Questions #1 to #8
 Check your answers with Section 8.7 answer keys after you have completed each question!
Go to Chapter 08: Measurement Relationships (eBook: Click on right menu on screen)
1. Read 8.6: Surface Area of a Sphere
 Do Exercises on p. 459 Questions #1 to #8
 Check your answers with Section 8.6 answer keys after you have completed each question!
2. Read 8.7: Volume of a Sphere
 Do Exercises on p. 465 Questions #1 to #8
 Check your answers with Section 8.7 answer keys after you have completed each question!
Online Quizzes
Quiz 1: Volume of spheres
Quiz 2: Surface area of spheres
Quiz 2: Surface area of spheres
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Go to the Resource page for additional resources regarding the Measurement unit.
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You are always more than welcome to ask questions in person or via email.
Email Ms. Chor if you want to include more resources.
You are always more than welcome to ask questions in person or via email.