# Unit 8 Solids LESSON SOLIDS CROSS SECTIONS Essential

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Unit 8: Solids LESSON: SOLIDS & CROSS SECTIONS Essential Questions: How can you determine the intersection of a solid and a plane? How can you calculate the surface area and volume of a solid? How do the surface and volume of similar solids compare?

Solids Goals: To recognize solids and their parts. To visualize cross sections of solids. Essential Understandings: You can analyze polyhedrons by using relationships between vertices, edges and faces and a sphere by its radius.

Solids Goals: To recognize solids and their parts. To visualize cross sections of solids. Essential Understandings: You can analyze polyhedrons by using relationships between vertices, edges and faces and a sphere by its radius.

Solids Goals: To recognize solids and their parts. To visualize cross sections of solids. Essential Understandings: You can analyze polyhedrons by using relationships between vertices, edges and faces and a sphere by its radius.

Solids Goals: To recognize solids and their parts. To visualize cross sections of solids. Essential Understandings: You can analyze polyhedrons by using relationships between vertices, edges and faces and a sphere by its radius.

Solids Goals: To recognize solids and their parts. To visualize cross sections of solids. Essential Understandings: You can analyze polyhedrons by using relationships between vertices, edges and faces and a sphere by its radius.

Solids Goals: To recognize solids and their parts. To visualize cross sections of solids. Essential Understandings: You can analyze polyhedrons by using relationships between vertices, edges and faces and a sphere by its radius.

Solids Goals: To recognize solids and their parts. To visualize cross sections of solids. Essential Understandings: You can analyze polyhedrons by using relationships between vertices, edges and faces and a sphere by its radius.

Solids Goals: To recognize solids and their parts. To visualize cross sections of solids. Essential Understandings: You can analyze polyhedrons by using relationships between vertices, edges and faces and a sphere by its radius.

Solids Goals: To recognize solids and their parts. To visualize cross sections of solids. Essential Understandings: You can analyze polyhedrons by using relationships between vertices, edges and faces and a sphere by its radius.

Solids Goals: To recognize solids and their parts. To visualize cross sections of solids. Essential Understandings: You can analyze polyhedrons by using relationships between vertices, edges and faces and a sphere by its radius.

Solids Goals: To recognize solids and their parts. To visualize cross sections of solids. Essential Understandings: You can analyze polyhedrons by using relationships between vertices, edges and faces and a sphere by its radius.

Solids Goals: To recognize solids and their parts. To visualize cross sections of solids. Essential Understandings: You can analyze polyhedrons by using relationships between vertices, edges and faces and a sphere by its radius.

Solids Goals: To recognize solids and their parts. To visualize cross sections of solids. Essential Understandings: You can analyze polyhedrons by using relationships between vertices, edges and faces and a sphere by its radius.

Solids Goals: To recognize solids and their parts. To visualize cross sections of solids. Essential Understandings: You can analyze polyhedrons by using relationships between vertices, edges and faces and a sphere by its radius.

Solids Goals: To recognize solids and their parts. To visualize cross sections of solids. Essential Understandings: You can analyze polyhedrons by using relationships between vertices, edges and faces and a sphere by its radius.

Solids Goals: To recognize solids and their parts. To visualize cross sections of solids. Essential Understandings: You can analyze polyhedrons by using relationships between vertices, edges and faces and a sphere by its radius.

Solids Draw the cross section formed by a plane intersecting the top, front, and left faces of a cube but none of the other faces and none of the vertices. Goals: To recognize solids and their parts. To visualize cross sections of solids. Essential Understandings: You can analyze polyhedrons by using relationships between vertices, edges and faces and a sphere by its radius.

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