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EXERCISE 1 Name :
Class :
Find the volume of the composite 3-D shapes.
1.
2.
6 cm
5 cm

5 cm

Date : 3 cm

3 cm

3.

2 cm 5 cm
3 cm
8 cm
4 cm
6 cm

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Example 3 :

The diagram below shows a composite 3-D shape cuboid X and cuboid Y.

Find the volume. 7 cm
2 cm
Y
3 cm
X
2 cm
5 cm

Find the volume X Volume

Find the volume Y Volume

= Length x breadth x height

= 5cm x 2cm x 3cm

= 30cm 3

= Length x breadth x height

= 5cm x 2cm x 7cm

= 70cm 3

Volume of the composite 3- D shapes = 30cm 3 + 70cm 3 = 100cm 3

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Name :

EXERCISE 1

Class :

Date :

1. The diagram below shows a composite 3-D shapes. Find the difference of volume between the two objects. 4 cm
6 cm
A
B
3 cm

6 cm

3 cm

2 cm

2. The solid shape below is built from a certain amount of cubes of the same size. The measurement of each cube edge is 3 cm. Find the total volume of the shape. 3. The diagram below shows a tank filled with water. Find the volume of water needed to fill the tank, in m 3 .

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3 m 7 m
8 m

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:
40
Topic
: Data Handling
Learning area
:
Average
Learning objective
: Understand and use the vocabulary related to
average
Learning outcomes
: i) State the average of two or three quantities
ii) Determine the formula for average
Previous knowledge : Pupils know the meaning of average
Problem
:
Pupils are not able to find average using the formula of
average
Vocabulary
: Average, calculate quantities, total of quantity, number of
quantities
SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES
Step 1
1.
Teacher describes the meaning of average using division concept.
E.g. :
i)
Distribute to get the same quantity or distribute equally by dividing
the total of quantities with the number of quantities.
A
C
B
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C
B
Step 2 . By posing questions.
a. How many tomatoes does each group have?
b. How many groups are there?
c. What has been done to the tomatoes in the box?
d. How many tomatoes does each group have?
Note : Explain the differences between
number of quantities and total of quantities using the diagram below.
Example 1:
Shaliza has three books and Junaidah has five books. Find the average.
Teacher emphasises that the same thing or items which are shared equally are
the Total of Quantities and the persons involved are the Number of
Quantities.
Situation: Sakinah has three books and Shah has five books. If they want to
share their books equally, what is the average number of books that
each person will get?
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By tabulating Sakinah
Shah

Number of Quantities = 2 person

Sakinah

Total of Quantities = 8 books

Shah Average =

Total of quantity (Sum of book)

Number of quantity (Sakinah and Shah)

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= 3 + 5

2

= 8

2

= 4

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Example 2: The picture shows the price for 4 computers.

Find the average price of a computer. 3
4
1
2
A
C
RM5000
B
RM3000
D
RM4000
RM4000
i)
Calculate the average
= total of quantity (Sum of the price)
number of quantities (Computers)
= RM5 000 + RM4 000 + RM3 000 + RM4 000
4
= RM16 000
4
= RM4000
ii )
Relation of the average formula
Average
Average =
Total of quantity
Number of quantity
÷
Total
Total
Of Quantity
of Number

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Note:

i) To find Average, we divide the Total of Quantity with the Number Of Quantity.

ii) To find Numbers of Quantity, divide Total Of Quantity with Average Total
Of quantity
X Number
Average
Of Quantity

Total of Quantity = Average x Number of Quantity

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23/04/2007, 6:24 PM  EXERCISE 1 Name : Class: Date : Answer the questions below. A. Based on the data given, answer all the questions below. Abidin      Danial    Amin         represent 2 pumpkins 1. How many pumpkins are there altogether? 2. How many boys are mentioned in the table? 3. If all the pumpkins are shared among the boys equally, how many pumpkins each of them will have? B. The statement indicates the total number of books that have been read by the pupils in the Reading Competition for Year 5 pupils. a. Athirah read 16 books. b. Redzuan read the most number of books. He read 24 books. c. Shaliza read 8 books. d. Zubaidah read 4 books less than Redzuan. 177 14modul matematik (SBT)169-178 177 23/04/2007, 6:24 PM   1. How many books did Roslan read? 2. How many books did all the pupils have read? 3. How many pupils involved in the reading competition? 4. Find the average number of the books that have been read by the pupils. C. Solve this problem 1. Rina has 24 marbles. Her sister, Ruby has 26 marbles. If they want to share the marbles equally among themselves, how many marbles will each of them get? 2. Najwa and Munirah have RM600.00 each while Nazihah has no money. If they wish to divide equally among themselves, how much money will each of them get? 178 14modul matematik (SBT)169-178 178 23/04/2007, 6:24 PM 