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Copy of DIY Maths: Volume of cubes, cuboids and triangular prisms


In this module, you can study how to find the volume or capacity of cubescuboids (rectangular prisms) and triangular prisms.


The first video (above) is Khan Academy's explanation for finding the volume of both cuboids and triangular prisms.


The above video contains an explanation on finding the volume of cubes and cuboids.


Did you know?

A cuboid is the same thing as a rectangular prism.

"Cubic centimetres" means the same thing as "centimetres cubed".

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