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Same but Different


Can two solids with the same volume have different surface areas? If so, provide an example. If not, explain why not.



 Extensions

If one solid has a greater volume than another, must it also have a greater surface area?


 Related External Resources

Cube / Rectangular Prism Activity
Activity to get students to think about the linear measurements and the corresponding area and volume measurements of the cube and the rectangular prism.


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