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How to find the volume of 3-dimensional figures

This week in 5th grade math, we are working on finding the Volume of rectangular prisms.  We have learned the formula for Volume as the V=length (l) x width (w) x height (h) or as V= area of the base (B) x the height (h).

 

Here is a wonderful explanation about Volume.  If you were out or need a refresher on how to calculate Volume click on the Math Antics link below.

Math Antics

Today's lesson will be about finding the area of the base times the height to measure the volume of two different rectangular prisms.

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