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The Candy Conundrum

Candy Project Initial Sketch
Hour:_______
Group Members : _____________________________ _____________________________
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Total Volume required by the candy:__________________________
Total Volume allotted with this design:________________________
Interesting characteristics that make this box different from other candy boxes?____________________
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10.2.4. Candy Assessment Handout

Assessment Handout Name:_______________________
Group Members : ____________________
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Period: _________

1. Is the candy container the right size?

2. Did it fit the 9 servings?

3. Was there too much empty space?

4. Did the box expand too much?

5. Did the box fulfill the design specifications (Color, Name, etc…)

10.2.5. Extension Activity for Nutrition Information

10.2.5.1. Answer Key

10.2.5.2. Student Handout

NAME: ________________________________ HOUR: ____________________

Instructions: Complete the nutrition facts table for Whoppers® candies. The provided table
gives you ALL the information that is needed to it. Please show ALL OF YOUR WORK. (2.5pts
each)

Total Fat % DV Calculation
Sodium % DV Calculation
Total Carbohydrates %DV
Calculation
Protein % DV Calculation

10.2.6. Extension Volume Laboratory Activity

10.2.6.1. Sphere Handout

How big is it? – Investigating Volume
Spheres

Find the volume for each of the following spheres. For each answer, please write the radius
and volume in correct units in the box provided. Please use the metric system for all labels.
DON’T FORGET TO WRITE THE ORIGINAL EQUATION IN THE BOX FOR EACH PROBLEM!

 

1. Tiny white Styrofoam sphere


 


 
Equation :
Radius =
Volume =

 

2. Racquetball (blue sphere cut in half)


 


 
Equation :
Radius =
Volume =

 

3. Tennis Ball (fuzzy yellow sphere cut in half)


 


 
Equation :
Radius =
Volume =

 

4. Baseball


 


 
Equation:
Radius =
Volume =

 

5. Softball


 


 
Equation:
Radius =
Volume =

 

6. Large white Styrofoam sphere


 


 
Equation:
Radius =
Volume =

 

7. Orange


 


 
Equation:
Radius =
Volume =

 

10.2.6.2. Rectangular Prism Handout

Rectangular Prisms

Find the volume for each of the following rectangular prisms. For each answer, please
write the length, width, height and volume in correct units in the box provided. Please
use the metric system for all labels. DON’T FORGET TO WRITE THE ORIGINAL
EQUATION IN THE BOX FOR EACH PROBLEM!

 

1. Styrofoam Rectangular prism #1


 


 
Equation:
l =  w= h =
Volume =

 

2. Styrofoam Rectangular prism #2


 


 
Equation:
l =  w= h =
Volume =

 

3. Empty CD case


 


 
Equation:
l =  w= h =
Volume =

 

4. Kleenex box


 


 
Equation:
l =  w= h =
Volume =

 

10.2.6.3. Cylinder Handout

Cylinders

Find the volume for each of the following cylinders. For each answer,
please write the radius and volume in correct units in the box provided.
Please use the metric system for all labels. DON’T FORGET TO WRITE
THE ORIGINAL EQUATION IN THE BOX FOR EACH PROBLEM!

 

1. Crystal Light Lemonade container


 


 
Equation:
r = h =
Volume =

 

2. Oatmeal container


 


 
Equation:
r = h =
Volume =

 

3. Styrofoam #1


 


 
Equation:
r = h =
Volume =

 

4. Styrofoam #2


 


 
Equation:
r = h =
Volume =

 

5. Styrofoam #3


 


 
Equation:
r = h =
Volume =

 

6. Styrofoam #4


 


 
Equation:
r = h =
Volume =

 

7. Styrofoam #5


 


 
Equation:
r = h =
Volume =

 

8. Pencil (green noodle) *** Assume it is a perfect cylinder ***


 


 
Equation:
r = h =
Volume =

 

10.3. Formula Reference Sheet

10.4. Other Internet Resources

10.4.1. Whopper Information

10.4.2. Math Information and Activities

10.4.3. Online Volume Activities

10.4.4. Other Resources

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