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Area and Volume
Verse 1
First and foremost, you have to understand
What it means when we say the area of a thing
So you really got it
Remember it’s the size of a surface
Or the amount of space in a flat object
Now for the first example we’re gonna talk about
How to find the area of a square
And remember that
It’s calculated in square units
And it’s very important for the formula you using
For example, a square is equal on all four sides
So “A” to the 2nd power is “A” 2 times
So if “A” equals 4 you should know that it means
4 times 4, which equals 16
And if it was a 5 you should understand why
The area of a square is equal to 25
And that’s how you find the area of that
Now change the “A” to a different number
And write your own rap
Chorus
Area, circumference, volume
Remember all your formulas
So you can make it easy for ya
(Repeat 4 times)
Verse 2
Now when we talk about volume
Think of this thought
Try to visualize putting blocks in a box
Like how many blocks it would take to fill it up
‘Til you can’t fit no more and you know you got enough
Now let’s try to find the volume of a cube
And I’ll start by explaining the formula we use
Now “A” cubed really means “A” to the 3rd power
And when you see it
It’s an “A” with a 3 on the outer upper right side
And it explains why we multiply “A” 3 times
So if “A” is a 4 then that’s 4 times 4 times 4, which is 64
And if you still don’t get it, let me be more specific
4 times 4 equals 16
Then you multiply that by 4 and that’s the whole thing
Yeah, now keep this lesson in your memory Hey!
Repeat Chorus
Verse 3
Now when we talk about a circle
There are things you should know
When you get it, we can wrap this up so here we go
The first thing to keep in mind
Is that the diameter is a measurement from left to right
And to measure the radius start at the center
Then move to the right and that’s half the circle
The circumference is the distance around it
And if you searching for which formula to use, well I found it
it's “C” equals Pi times “D”
But let me explain to you what that really means
Pi equals 3.14 found by dividing
The circumference by the diameter known as “D”
And Pi times “r” to the 2nd power
Is how you find the area we're in the final hour
So, 2 times Pi times “r” is how you find the circumference
You see, it's not that hard