The volume of a cuboid is found by multiplying the width by the length by the height (our 3 dimensions!)
So, if we are asked how to find the volume of a cuboid which is 3cm wide, 5cm long and 2cm tall, we know that we must multiply all of these together which gives us 3cm x 5cm x 2cm =30cm³
The volume of a 3D shape can be measured in centimetres, metres, kilometres and so on but will always have a ³
Now try a few practice questions!
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