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Geometry 3: Volume Of Solids

25 minutes 12 seconds

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Determines how much three-dimensional space (volume) a geometric solid occupies. Explains that the volume of a solid is measured in standard cubic units. Calculates the volume of solids, such as the right prisms: rectangular, triangular, and circular (cylinder). Also calculates non-right prisms, such as: a four-sided pyramid, a sphere, and a cone.

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Runtime: 25 minutes 12 seconds

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