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|Christian Lawson-Perfect||said||Ready to use||3 years, 2 months ago|
|Aiden McCall||said||Needs to be tested||3 years, 3 months ago|
|Lauren Richards||said||Has some problems||3 years, 3 months ago|
Lauren Richards 3 years, 3 months ago
- You could put the equations for calculating volume for the individual shapes in the actual question or at the start of the advice or as a (show steps) stage.
- You could state what each shape is, or have an introductory statement for each part instead of the overall question statement that generalises all the shapes like "Calculate the volume of the following rectangular-based pyramid.".
- The little shapes next to Area are awesome. The colourful diagrams are also mint.
- Make sure you have a full stop after all the final answers in the advice section and you're missing one at the end of the second bit of text in part b) (advice) after depth = m. This is also true for the second text part of part c) and d).
- The answer in the advice for part d) is not the same as the expected answer in the question. The advice is the one that is incorrect. You have used h instead of 1/3(h) in the second part.
- Great question! :)
|Mathematical formulae - Volume||Ready to use||Aiden McCall||20/11/2019 14:40|
|Johan's copy of Mathematical formulae - Volume berekeningen||draft||Johan Maertens||21/08/2017 20:29|
|Johan's copy of Mathematical formulae - Volume||draft||Johan Maertens||21/08/2017 20:29|
|Mathematical formulae - Volume||draft||steve kilgallon||21/11/2017 16:28|
|Kwame's copy of Mathematical formulae - Volume||draft||Kwame D Dwamena||15/06/2019 14:51|
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