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## Use manipulatives to discover the volume of a cone is one-third the volume of the related cylinder (the heights and base areas are equal). 0606.4.18

1. How to Find the Volume of 3-D Solids: The Basics - This video lesson includes three study tips, a 3:21 video and a step-by-step text transcript of the video 2. Index of Geometry Lessons - several lessons from AAA Math
3. Geometry: 3-D Shapes - an Interactive module from Annenberg 4. Volume of a Cone - this AAA Math page gives instruction, examples, guided practice and a quiz (they call it a game) 5. Volume of a Cone - This video lesson includes study tips, a 5:35 video and a step-by-step text transcript of the video and two multiple choice questions 6. Volume of a Cylinder - This video lesson includes study tips, a 4:27 video and a step-by-step text transcript of the video and two multiple choice questions 7. Volume of a Cylinder - this AAA Math page gives instruction, examples, guided practice and a quiz (they call it a game) 8. Volume of Common Solids - a volume lesson from Math Guide
9. Volume of Spheres and Cones - As they work through this problem, students relate the volumes of a sphere and a cone to the volume of a cylinder with the same height and base radius to understand the formulas and investigate some variations.
10. Volume of a Cone and a Pyramid - Online lesson and quiz that follows. Internet4classrooms is a collaborative effort by Susan Brooks and Bill Byles. 