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Introduction to Volume. To find volume imagine slicing the figure into one unit high slices. Each slice has a volume equal to the area of the base. Therefore, the volume of the figure shown here is equal to 5 slices of (4 units by 3 units). . This makes the volume 60 units cubed.

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## Introduction to Volume

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**To find volume imagine slicing the figure into one unit high**slices. Each slice has a volume equal to the area of the base. Therefore, the volume of the figure shown here is equal to 5 slices of (4 units by 3 units). This makes the volume 60 units cubed.**The formula for volume of a rectangular prism is V = lwh.**Example #1: A package of baseball cards measures 1.5 in. by 2.5 in. by 3.5 in. The hobby shop has a display box that measures 21 in. by 12 in. by 5 in. How many packages of baseball cards can the hobby shop display in the box?**Example #2**A delivery truck has the dimensions of 6 ft. by 8 ft. by 10 ft. Air conditioners have the dimensions of 36 in. by 18 in. by 12 inches. How many air conditioners will fit into the delivery truck?

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