Ch 17: Ohio EOCE Integrated Math II: Three-Dimensional Geometry

About This Chapter

Refresh your memory of the steps involved in visualizing and solving three-dimensional geometry problems by referring to the fun and informative lessons in this chapter. Utilizing the lesson quizzes and chapter exam will help you practice for similar questions on the Ohio EOCE Integrated Math II exam.

Ohio EOCE Integrated Math II: Three-Dimensional Geometry - Chapter Summary

Solving three-dimensional geometry problems requires object visualization and the ability to apply the necessary mathematical formulas. In this Ohio EOCE Integrated Math II test prep chapter, you'll review the steps for calculating the volume of prisms, pyramids and cones, among other objects. As you continue through this chapter, you'll also explore how to:

  • Solve visualizing geometry problems
  • Calculate the volumes of basic shapes
  • Apply scale factors to perimeter, area and volume

Once you feel like you've got a solid grasp on these concepts, utilize the brief multiple-choice lesson quizzes and chapter exam to test your understanding. If you struggle with any of the concepts tested, you can conveniently review those specific topics by clicking on the direct links within the quizzes. There are also printable quiz worksheets that can be used to help you identify key concepts as you view each lesson. If you need additional help understanding any of the material covered, expert instructors are always available to answer questions.

5 Lessons in Chapter 17: Ohio EOCE Integrated Math II: Three-Dimensional Geometry
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How to Solve Visualizing Geometry Problems

1. How to Solve Visualizing Geometry Problems

A picture is worth a thousand words, but sometimes drawing that picture can be like doing origami with your eyes closed. Practice translating complex problems into simple, meaningful images in this lesson.

How to Calculate the Volumes of Basic Shapes

2. How to Calculate the Volumes of Basic Shapes

Squares pegs = square holes. Triangular pegs = triangular holes. But where does a sphere go? In this lesson, review volumes of common shapes while contrasting a sphere and a cylinder - after all, they both go into the circular hole... right?

Volume of Prisms and Pyramids

3. Volume of Prisms and Pyramids

In this lesson, we'll learn about prisms and pyramids. We'll look at the different types of prisms and pyramids, as well as practice calculating volume for each shape.

Volume of Cylinders, Cones, and Spheres

4. Volume of Cylinders, Cones, and Spheres

In this lesson, we'll learn about the volume formulas for cylinders, cones and spheres. We'll also practice using the formula in a variety of real-world examples where knowing how to calculate volume is helpful.

Applying Scale Factors to Perimeter, Area, and Volume of Similar Figures

5. Applying Scale Factors to Perimeter, Area, and Volume of Similar Figures

How do shapes change sizes yet retain their proportions and similarities to other shapes? In this lesson, we'll look at what a scale factor is and how to apply it. We'll consider scale factors with regards to three different aspects of similar shapes: perimeter, area and volume.

Chapter Practice Exam
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