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# Volume of Rectangular Prisms: Length Width and Height

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By Have Fun Teaching

The Volume Song and movie teaches students how to find the volume of a solid figure. Learn how to solve and find the volume of a 3D rectangular prism shape using length times width times height.

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# Volume of a rectangular prism with fractional cubes

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By Khan Academy

Another way of finding the volume of a rectangular prism involves dividing it into fractional cubes finding the volume of one and then multiplying that area by the number of cubes that fit into our rectangular prism. Watch this explanation.

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# Volume of a Rectangular Prism

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By mrmaisonet

This video clip does a great job of visualizing volume. It also explains how the formula works in calculating the volume for any rectangular prism. To find the Volume find the B= area of base then multiply by the prisms height. V= B x h B = area of the base

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# Volume with unit cubes 2

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By Khan Academy

Another way of finding the volume of a rectangular prism involves dividing it into fractional cubes, finding the volume of one, and then multiplying that area by the number of cubes that fit into our rectangular prism.

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# Decompose figures to find volume

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By Khan Academy

Find the volume of an irregular 3D figure by dividing the figure into two rectangular prisms and finding the volume of each part.

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# Decompose figures to find volume

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By Khan Academy

Find the volume of an irregular 3D figure by dividing the figure into two rectangular prisms and finding the volume of each part.

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# Decompose figures to find volume

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By Khan Academy

Find the volume of an irregular 3D figure by dividing the figure into two rectangular prisms and finding the volume of each part.

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# Decompose figures to find volume

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By Khan Academy

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# Decompose figures to find volume

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By Khan Academy

Find the volume of an irregular 3D figure made up a unit cubes by dividing the figure into two rectangular prisms and finding the volume of each part.

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# Decompose figures to find volume

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By Khan Academy

Find the volume of an irregular 3D figure made up a unit cubes by dividing the figure into two rectangular prisms and finding the volume of each part.

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# Decompose figures to find volume

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By Khan Academy

Find the volume of an irregular 3D figure made up a unit cubes by dividing the figure into two rectangular prisms and finding the volume of each part.

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# Decompose figures to find volume

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By Khan Academy

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# Volume of a Prism - YourTeacher.com - Math Help

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By yourteachermathhelp

Instructor uses a white board to demonstrate how to find the volume of a rectangular prism. One example is modeled using the formula for volume and plugging in values.

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# Volume with fractions

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By Khan Academy

Learn how to find the volume of a rectangular prism that has fractional side lengths. The prism in this video has dimensions 3/5 by 1 1/6 by 3/7.

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# Volume of Unit Cubes ex1

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By sedl

In this video you will find the volume of a right rectangular prism by packing with unit cubes of the appropriate unit fraction edge lengths. This is a longer video but clearly explains this type of problem.

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# Volume of Cubes ex 2

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By sedl

Find the volume of a right rectangular prism with fractional edge lengths by packing it with unit cubes of the appropriate unit fraction edge lengths. This video is somewhat long but very clearly explains how to solve this problem.

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# Grade 5 Math Lessons and Worksheets

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By Lumos Learning

It is important for you as a parent to know what your child should be learning in grade 5 math. This is for you to be able to monitor your child’s progress and see if they are having any difficulty with the subject. If you supervise their learning process, then you can determine whether your child needs more help or tutoring. Having a clear idea of the math concepts that your child should be learning also gives you a chance to reinforce their knowledge. Familiarize yourself with the lessons that he or she is learning about so that you can help them anytime they need your assistance. The major topics that are included in grade 5 math are math strands involving whole numbers, decimals, fractions, measurement, plane figures, area and perimeter, ratio, scale, percent, average, graphs, rectangular prisms and cubes, volume, rates and speed, and functions and equations. Your child should develop competency in understanding problems concerning these math concepts. Your child should also be able to translate that knowledge into their problem solving skills. These problems should be applicable in the real world so that your child will be able to visualize and analyze the situation. Grade 5 math already includes using formulas and creating solutions for math problems. This is the introduction of the more complex math concepts and operations. It is preferable that you guide and aid your child as much as you can at this stage. The danger of having your child experience too much difficulty in the subject is that he or she will completely lose interest in math. You should try to avoid this and help your child develop a strong foundation in math concepts. As your child goes on to learn about harder math, you should also be more willing to give them assistance.

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# ALL OF GRADE 9 MATH IN 60 MINUTES!!! (exam review part 3)

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By Lumos Learning

Here is a great exam review video reviewing all of the main concepts you would have learned in the MPM1D grade 9 academic math course. The video is divided in to 3 parts. This is part 3: Geometry. In this video you will review parallel line theorems, pythagorean theorem, and volume/surface area of three dimensional shapes.

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