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Calculating the volume of solid shapes is just as easy as finding the area of plane shapes because all that applies in the calculation of volume is

**width x length x height**.
However you could say that volume is also a unit of math in which measurement is required.

So for example if have the cube to find the volume of and the measurements are already given which are:

So for example if have the cube to find the volume of and the measurements are already given which are:

4 inches x 12 inches x 3 inches

The only step in calculating the volume is multiplying the measurements.

So, 4x12x3 is equals to 144.

Our volume is 144 inches cubed.

*Sheet 1 How to Calculate the Volume of Solid Shapes*

*Sheet 2 Practice Problems on Calculating the Volume of Solid Shapes*

*Sheet 3 Volume of Solid Shapes*

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