MATH 6: HW: Skills practice for surface area of rectangular prisms. Problems 2-6. Be sure to organize your work in a chart or with pictures that will help show the area of all the six faces that make up the rectangular prism. You can use a calculator for multiplying and adding areas.

MATH 7: TEST TOMORROW!!!! STUDY! STUDY! STUDY! Work through the problems on the Study Guide (2 pages). You do not need to do the volume problems. Review your OMG notes on triangles (all interior angles equal 180) and ways triangles are classified. Practice finding circumference and area of circles–know the difference between radius and diameter. Solve area of composite figures (p. 697 has problems to practice). Know how to find surface area for rectangular prisms and triangular prisms. The textbook has triangle prisms on page 731, #15, 16, and 18). The following videos may help with solving surface area of prisms. Look back at earlier posts (especially yesterday) for other videos to help prepare for the test.

Surface area of triangular prisms:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dgyy8nuarY

Finding missing angles in a triangle (You can stop watching after the 6 minute mark) Example problems go from easy to hard!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZ296dxmmXk