The total surface area of a cylinder may be found by obtaining the sum of the areas of its bases and side. ... Some review or reteaching may be necessary before pupils go on to the end-of-chapter tests. 2. ... Pyramid: base, 20 sq. in.; height, 10 in. 663 cu. in. 4. Cone: diameter, 14 in.; height, 8 in. (Use 3+ for tt.) 410| cu. in. 5.
|Title||:||Arithmetic We Need|
|Author||:||Guy Thomas Buswell, William Arthur Brownell, Irene Sauble|