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Explain how to find the volume of the rectangular prism shown. Then find the volume. Each cube is...

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Explain how to find the volume of the rectangular prism shown. Then find the volume. Each cube is 1 m^3
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Is the 1m^3 the volume of each cube?
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I count 24 cubes that are given as equal to 1 cubic meter. Since the definition of volume is the number of cubic units it contains, the volume is 24 cubic meters. To calculate you need to know the dimensions of the length, width and height. in this case the length is 4 meters, the width 2 meters and height 3 meters so the volume is 4m X 2m X 3m or 24 cu meters.
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