In this lesson, we are going to go over volume of prisms and cylinders. Volume is the measure of all of the space inside the solid. We went over lateral area and surface area: remember, lateral area measures the area of all of the outside sides, except for the bases; and then, surface area would be the area of all of the sides together, including the bases. If you were to fill the box with something (water for example), that would be volume. To find the volume of a cylinder (or how much water can the cylinder take), we have a formula that is actually the same as the formula for the prism.
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Volume of Prisms and Cylinders
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