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Have we ever used practical application of surface areas and volumes that we learnt in class 10, class 9th and class 8 th?

The surface area of a solid object is a measure of the total area that the surface of the object occupies

Surface areas and volumes is one of the most vast chapters in class 10, class 9th and class 8 th. It has so many formulas to remember. Surface areas and volumes is truly one of the toughest chapters to crack in class 10, class 9th and class 8th.

When I was in class 10 th I constantly complained about how huge the surface areas chapter was but it carried a lot of weightage in the board exams. So, I had no option but to study the chapter atleast for the sake of marks.

I always doubted if I would ever use the chapter’s formulae or concepts in real life but to my surprise, I found many applications of the chapter.

You need to know the basics of surface areas and volumes to figure out how much paint will take to paint your room.

You need to know surfaces areas and volumes to figure out how much gift wrap you need to wrap that gift in for your friends birthday.

We also need surface areas and volumes formulae to figure out how much frosting is needed to cover the cake.

Surface areas and volumes also helps us in determining how much wall paper is needed to cover your walls.

Surface areas and volumes that we learnt in class 10, class 9th and class 8 th is useful to figure out how much water fills up a swimming pool.

We also need surface areas and volumes to figure out how much water a bottle can store.

Surface areas and volumes chapter comes in handy even after you leave school in courses like engineering, masonry and product designing.

And that’s why you cannot skip on surface areas and volumes that we learnt in class 10, class 9th and class 8 th.

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