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### Volume

1. 1. Volume (Capacity) Volume - The amount of cubic units needed to fill a 3D object. Area used “squares” to measure area, while Volume uses “cubes”. 1 1 1 1 cubic unit April 26th
2. 2. Calculating Volume 10 in 5 in 3 in Length Height Width Ask… How many cubes would fit on the bottom of the box? Bottom is 10 X 3 so 30 cubes would .
3. 3. Calculating Volume 10 in 5 in 3 in Length Height Width Now… How many layers of 30 cubes will there be? Since the cubes are an inch tall, there will be 5 layers. So 30 X 5 is 150 cubes or 150 cubic in.
4. 4. A formula Volume = Base Area X Height How many cubes fit on the bottom How many layers For Rectangular Prisms Length x Width x Height
5. 5. A video!