We found 156 resources with the concept area of circles
Smarter Balanced Sample Items: 7th Grade Math – Claim 3
7th CCSS: Designed
New ReviewDoes the explanation make sense? Sample items highlight claim three, communicating reason, in the Smarter Balanced assessments. Teachers use the 16 items to help show pupils the importance of communication and reasoning within...
Smarter Balanced Sample Items: 7th Grade Math – Target F
7th CCSS: Designed
New ReviewSometimes it's how you ask the question that counts. The sixth installment of nine from the Smarter Balanced Claim 1 Slideshow series presents a set of 13 questions to assess understanding of angle relationships as well as area and...
Volume of a Cylinder
5 mins 6th - 11th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewCircle up the base. Using the formula for the volume of a cylinder, the presenter calculates the volume of a given cylinder. The video shows that the volume formula for a cylinder and the volume formula for a prism arrive at the same...
Find the Radius of a Circle Given the Area (Example)
4 mins 7th - 11th CCSS: Adaptable
Work backwards if you dare. Scholars view a video to learn how to apply the area formula of a circle to solve problems. They watch an example where the focus is finding the radius of a circle given its area, requiring the use of inverse...
Scale City — Scaling up Recipes and Circles in the Real World
3 mins 6th - 7th CCSS: Designed
What a great big skillet you have. The resource introduces the class to the world's largest stainless steel skillet. The class creates a model of the skillet and a typical 12-inch skillet and compares the relative sizes of their areas....
Module 5: Circles A Geometric Perspective
9th - 12th CCSS: Designed
Circles, circles, everywhere! Pupils learn all about circles, central angles, inscribed angles, circle theorems, arc length, area of sectors, and radian measure using a set of 12 lessons. They then discover volume formulas through...
Calculating Area of a Circle: Lesson
2 mins 6th - 11th CCSS: Adaptable
It really is as easy as pi. The segment of a massive geometry playlist points out that the formula for the area of a circle is a relatively simple one. Using the formula, the presenter shows examples of finding the area of circles.