# Space, shape and measurement: Calculate perimeter, surface area and volume in two- and three-dimensional geometrical shapes ### Subject outcome 3.2

Calculate perimeter, surface area and volume in two- and three-dimensional geometrical shapes ### Learning outcomes

• Calculate the perimeter and surface area of the following laminas:
• Square
• Rectangle
• Circle
• Triangle
• Parallelogram
• Trapezium
• Hexagon
• Calculate the volume of the following geometric objects:
• Cubes
• Rectangular prisms
• Cylinders
• Triangular prisms
• Hexagonal prisms
• Investigate the effect on area of laminas where one or more dimensions are multiplied by a constant factor k.
• Investigate the effect on the volume and surface area of right prisms and cylinders, where one or more dimensions are multiplied by a constant factor k. ### Unit outcomes: Unit 1: Properties of polygons

By the end of this unit you will be able to:

• Name the different types of polygons
• Calculate the perimeter and area of the following:
• Square
• Rectangle
• Circle
• Triangle
• Parallelogram
• Trapezium
• Hexagon
• Investigate the effect on the perimeter and surface area, where one or more dimensions are multiplied by a constant factor k. ### Unit outcomes: Unit 2: Volume of 3-dimensional shapes

By the end of this unit you will be able to:

• Calculate the volume of the following geometric objects:
• Cubes
• Rectangular prisms
• Triangular prisms
• Hexagonal prisms
• Cylinders.
• Investigate the effect on the volume of right prisms and cylinders, where one or more dimensions are multiplied by a constant factor k. ### Unit outcomes: Unit 3: Total surface area of 3-D shapes

By the end of this unit you will be able to:

• Calculate the surface area of the following geometric objects:
• Cubes
• Rectangular prisms
• Cylinders
• Triangular prisms
• Hexagonal prisms
• Investigate the effect on the surface area of right prisms and cylinders, where one or more dimensions are multiplied by a constant factor k. 