We are going to teach you how to find the volume of most of the prisms you have seen, but first you need to learn the definition of the strategies that you will use!

Volume - the amount of spaces that substance or object occupies, or that is enclosed within a container, especially when great.

Area - The extent or measurement of a surface or a piece of land.

Circumference - The distance around something

Radius - A straight line from the center to the circumference of a circle or a sphere.

Diameter - A straight line passing from side to side through the center of a body or figure, especially a circle or sphere

The Formula to find VOLUME, for a Triangular Prism, is V = *Bh *or V = *bhh*. The B stands for Base.The B is capital to warn you that it represents area. To find the answer for the capital B, you find area. The formula to find area is A = 1/*2 bh, *but only because it is a TRIANGULAR PRISM! Once you do that you simply just multiply the answer you had just obtained by the height of the Prism. Tip: the base of a Triangular Prism is a always triangle! :D

The Formula to find Volume, for a Rectangular Prism and a Cube, Is simply just *L x W x H* or *Length x Width x Height*. This recipe is only available for these two Prisms. Another formula to find volume on a square is S*3 *or S Cubed. Tip: A square is a rectangle but a rectangle is never a square! :D

The Formula to find Volume, for a Triangular Pyramid, is V =*1/3 Bh. *To find volume you just find the multiply all of the sides together and then you divide the number by 3 or *1/3 *. Be careful because the sides aren't always the same. Tip: A little trick we use is, if it has a point on the shape, then you divide by three! :D

The Formula to find Volume, for a cone, is V =*1/3 Bh. *Also known as V =1/3 bhh this formula is not commonly used in our class. You probably already saw it and it was explained, but it is there for reference.

The Formula to find Volume, for a Cylinder, is V = 3.14 x Radius squared x Height. Whenever we see this, we think of nuclear power plants. How the enormous steam silos get rid of smoke and unneeded air, as well as allowing Carbon Dioxide to escape. Those are in the shape of cylinders.

**These are the methods we use, but we hope you found this helpful!!!!!**

EXTRA: Things you will also need to know to do these problems include knowing how to do Radius, Diameter, The formula for Area, and lots of Practice!!! Good Luck!!!!!! :D

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