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# Pump up the Volume…

Posted On 02 Dec 2015

I was really impressed with your accurate volume work on Monday. What formula must you use to calculate the volume of a shape? Is there a certain order?

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I was really impressed with your accurate volume work on Monday. What formula must you use to calculate the volume of a shape? Is there a certain order?

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width x height x length

🙂 😀 😛 😉 🙂 😀 😛 😉 Volume=length x height x width (V=HLW)is the formula.

There is no particular order. If I had to times 4,5 and 6:

4×5=20×6=120cm cubed

4×6=24×5=120cm cubed

5×6=30×4=120cm cubed

They all come to 120 cm cubed. For cubed you can put a mini 3 at the top right hand corner, but I can’t put that on the computer. :/

You have to times the length by the width by the height and it doesn’t have to be in a certain order.

You multiply the length, width and height together. Your total will be the volume.

You would use the length, the height and the width. There wasn’t a certain order that you had to do you could do any you liked.

There is no order to do the volume and you do the length width and height and you can do it in any order but look at them carefully because there might be easier ways than others so choose carefully.

There is not a certain order to finding the volume but you have to times the length by the height by the width.

You times the length by the height by the with in any order.:)

Length X width X height

The formula is times length by width by height 🙂 🙂

No there is not a certain ordered you can start by times in lenth, hight or width you just need to times them all together

I need more work on the volume of shapes

Length times width.:)

There isn’t a certain order. 🙂 All you do is length*width. 😉