Investigation 1 building smart boxes rectangular prisms since this investigation extends the understanding of volume and surface area of rectangular prisms from the 6 th grade covering and surrounding investigation1 and 2 from cmp 2 have been edited into three problems that now occur in investigation 1 of cmp3. Investigation 1 building smart boxes rectangular prisms ace 3 suppose you plan to make a box that will hold exactly 40 one inch cubes a give the dimensions of all the possible boxes you can make b which of the boxes described in part a has the least surface area explain. Filling and wrapping investigation 1 building smart boxes rectangular prisms c the filled shipping containers are stacked on a ship the load is built up in layers. Ace answers 1 investigation 1 building boxes 31 7cmp06te fw1qxd 2 13 06 751 pm page 31 11 sketch of box and possible net there are two of each of these faces 2 cm by 1 cm area is 2 sq cm 2 cm by cm area is 5 sq cm 1 cm by cm area is sq cm the sum of the areas of the faces is
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