Surface of Rectangular Prism

How To : Find the surface area of a rectangular prism

Have a 3 dimensional figure that you can not figure out the surface area? This video teaches the fundamental concepts and techniques of figuring out the surface area of a 3 dimension figure. In this video, the specific shape will be a rectangular prism. The video will assist i ...more

How To : Find the volume of a rectangular prism

Another thing you will learn in geometry is volume. In this tutorial, learn how to find the correct volume of a rectangular prism. A rectangular prism is a three dimensional object, which is why you are searching for volume as opposed to area. Check out this video and see just ...more

How To : Find the volume of a rectangular prism easily

Finding the volume of a rectangular prism is something you will need to master to pass geometry. You may also use this equation in some science classes. This tutorial will show you exactly how to find the volume of a common rectangular prism. The video also offers two differen ...more

How To : Find the volume of a rectangular prism quickly

In this video, you will see the steps for finding the volume of a rectangular prism written on a white board. The steps are labeled along the right side. A blue cursor boxes the steps as they are introduced on the board. The formula for finding volume is written along the top ...more

How To : Use geometry nets

Viewers learn that a net is the shape formed by "unfolding" a 3-dimensional figure, so a net shows all the faces that make up the surface area of the figure. Viewers are then asked to determine what type of 3-dimensional figure can be made from a given net (note that a cylinde ...more

How To : Get the volume of rectangular prisms

Attention math heads! Brush up on your high school math skills with help from this video made by a Lincoln High School teacher on how to find the volume of a rectangular prism. Find the answer you're looking for with help from this educational math video.

How To : Draw a tree house

This video by Michael Weisner will show viewers how to draw a tree house using a white piece of drawing paper and a writing utensil. In order to save time, the drawing had been roughly outlined in pencil. A rough outline of the desired picture may help before you begin your dr ...more

How To : Make healthy bread in 5 minutes

Jeff Hertzberg shows us how to prepare the dough for the bread and pizza base. Zoe Francois shows us how to use this dough to make a roll up spiral pizza which kids love in their lunch boxes. Ingredients Whole wheat – 5 ½ cups Unbleached flour – 2 cups Yeast - 1 ½ tbs Salt – ...more

How To : Find the area and volume of prisms

This helpful video gives simple step by step instructions on how to find area and volume of prisms. To find the area of a prism you must first find the area of the base, it may be rectangular, triangular, or otherwise. You must then multiply the area of the base times the heig ...more

How To : Draw daffodils

The first step is to draw the daffodil's outer parts carefully. The second step is to draw the circle shape for inner surface of flower. The third step is to draw the cubical surface for the flower outside. The fourth step is to draw the cylindrical and rectangular parts of fl ...more

How To : Create a mosaic jewelry box

This video demonstrates making a mosaic jewelry box. A plain jewelry box is decorated using different shaped pieces of glass. First, round flat glass pieces are glued in the center of the top and sides. Then a ring of glue is put around the circle and rectangular pieces are gl ...more

How To : Find volume using rectangular prisms in pre-algebra

Lawrence Perez, from Saddleback College, and his assistant Charlie, give this pre-algebra lesson on finding the volume using rectangular prisms. You'll learn the formula for volume, and how to apply it. Get out your best pirate suit, and learn some math.

How To : Master sixth grade mathematics

Math class got you down? We all know sixth grade mathematics is where we all start to lose it. We get frustrated with all of those numbers, try to figure it out, but ultimately flunk out or barely pass the class. Maybe the teacher just wasn't good enough to educate us, who kno ...more

How To : Find the surface area of a basic cylinder

First of all cut of the top and the bottom of the cylinder to get two circles. Now take a scissors and cut of the cylinder into two halves from the top to the bottom as shown. Now you get a rectangle shape. You can easily measure the length of the cylinder but to measure the b ...more

How To : Knead, rise and shape bread dough

First of all you have to be very patient while kneading dough. You need a lightly floured surface to press the dough. Use the heel of your hand to knead the roll down and away in a rolling motion. Give the dough a quarter turn then fold it over and then push it down. You have ...more

How To : Make Jim Lahey's No-Knead Pizza

Jim Lahey's no-knead pizza dough is more time consuming than Jamie Oliver's "cheat's pizza", but it's quicker and simpler than the more traditional dough recipes. The rise time is only two hours, and the kneading is minimal. I still prefer Jamie's pizza, but I sense this is be ...more

How To : Sculpt a ceramic clay sitting monster

How to Sculpt a Sitting Body out of Clay Roll a ball of clay into a rounded rectangular box. Picking one end to be the head, pinch the top of the clay piece so that it becomes longer and thinner, with the very end in a small, rounded ball, as in the shape of a neck and head. ...more

How To : Make your own feathered hair clip

This video shows how to make a hair pin with small items. This sure looks easy to make. You would need: A hair pin Feathers Beads, buttons or stones (from broken or old jewelery) Small piece of thick cloth Scissors Glue (Hot Glue is good for this as it will glue any surface pe ...more

How To : Make homemade biscuits

What's better than a biscuit hot from the oven? Make a batch tonight with this easy recipe. You Will Need * 3 c. all-purpose flour * 1½ tbsp. sugar * 1 tbsp. plus 1 tsp. baking powder * ½ tbsp. salt * ½ tsp. baking soda * 1½ sticks chilled unsalted butter, cut into ¼-inch piec ...more

How To : Make Sierpinski Carpet Cookies

Since it is now the holiday season, I thought we could spend this weekend making some baked goods that have mathematical patterns on them. In this post, we'll look at making cookies that have a fractal pattern based off of a modification of the pixel cookie technique. The peo ...more

How To : Make a paper boat that sails

Folding paper into shapes is fun. Folding paper into a toy that you an actually use is even better! Making a paper boat is not only a great rainy day activity but works just as well on a beautiful summer's day. Let your imagination float away with this classic paper boat. Yo ...more

How To : Sushi Cakes Look Too Delicious to Be Real

I'm a sucker for sushi, both in its traditional forms and its modern fusion creations. When the infamous sushi burritos surfaced, I'm not ashamed to admit that I waited in a ridiculously long line for what is essentially an uncut sushi roll. (As for whether it was worth it or ...more

How To : Draft a Sleeve Pattern

A well designed sleeve is very important to creating a top or jacket that fits comfortably. Get your correct measurements before you begin. Please view the following step-by-step instructions and accompanying video and diagram to create the basic sleeve. Video: . Step 1: Measu ...more

How To : Download & Install iOS 12 on Your iPhone

Apple's latest mobile operating system for iPhones, iOS 12, was released to everyone Monday, Sept. 17, and it's the same exact build that developers and public beta testers received as the "golden master" on Sept. 12, the day of Apple's 2018 special event. Install it to start ...more

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