Total Surface Area of Prisms

Total Surface Area of Prisms
Total Surface Area of Prisms
Total Surface Area of Prisms
Total Surface Area of Prisms

              Total Surface Area of Prisms

              Students learn how to calculate the surface area of prisms firstly by considering the net of a cuboid and later moving on to 3D models of complex prisms.
              Differentiated Learning Objectives
              • All students should be able to calculate the total surface area of a cuboid.
              • Most students should be able to calculate the total surface area of a prism.
              • Some students should be able to solve problems in context involving the total surface area of prisms
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              Volume and Total Surface Area of 3D Shapes
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