8.G.C.9 Volume of 3D Figures (real-world problems)

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- Q1A cone has a radius of 1.2 inches and a height of 2.9 inches. What is the volume, to the nearest tenth of a cubic inch, of the cone?10.613.13.64.460s8.G.C.9
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- Q4Two types of shipping boxes are shown below. What is the difference in the surface areas, in square feet, of the two boxes?21330260s8.G.C.9
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- Q6The object below is made of solid plastic. It is a cylinder with an indentation at the top in the shape of a cone. What is the volume, to the nearest tenth of a cubic inch, of the plastic object?100.491.797.6103.560s8.G.C.9
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- Q8A company makes two different sized ice cream cones. The smaller cones are 3.5 inches tall and have a diameter of 3 inches. The larger cones are 5.1 inches tall and have a diameter of 4.5 inches. About how much greater, to the nearest tenth of a cubic inch, is the volume of the larger cone than the volume of the smaller cone?225.518.856.475.260s8.G.C.9
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