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- Lesson: 1a1:33
- Lesson: 1b1:09
- Lesson: 1c1:10
- Lesson: 22:50

In this lesson, we will make use of what we learn from the surface area chapter to calculate the volume of 3D shapes like triangular prisms and cylinders.

Related concepts: Metric systems, Surface area and volume of prisms, Surface area and volume of cylinders,

- Introductiona)
__Introduction to Volume__- What is volume?
- Difference between volume and capacity
- What are prisms and pyramids?

- 1.Find the volume.a)

b)

c)

- 2.A triangular prism vase has a base of 64 cm² and a height of 15 cm. If the water level rises by 4 cm after putting in a stone, what is the volume of the stone?

8.

Volume of 3-dimensional figures

8.1

Introduction to volume

8.2

Volume of prisms

8.3

Volume of cylinders

8.4

Word problems relating volume of prisms and cylinders

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