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10 m² 4 m =5 m( A = 5 m. The same formula (V = Bh) that is used to find the volume of rectangular prisms and cylinders, can also be used to find the volume of triangular prisms. Step 1: Find the area of the base (B) using A = ½bh. Step 2: Multiply B by the height (h). =A ½ b A V =50 V = 10 m² × 5 m m³ 5 m 4 m. h A = 10 m² ½ 2 m × ) × 5 m× =V B h

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6 in =3 in( A = The same formula (V = Bh) that is used to find the volume of rectangular prisms and cylinders, can also be used to find the volume of triangular prisms. Step 1: Find the area of the base (B) using A = ½bh. Step 2: Multiply B by the height (h). =A ½ b A V =99 V = 9 in² × 11 in in³ 1 1 i n. 6 i n. h A = 9 in² ½ 3 in × ) × × =V B h 9 in² 3 in.

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8 ft =4 ft( A = The same formula (V = Bh) that is used to find the volume of rectangular prisms and cylinders, can also be used to find the volume of triangular prisms. Step 1: Find the area of the base (B) using A = ½bh. Step 2: Multiply B by the height (h). =A ½ b A V =80 V = 16 ft² × 5 ft ft³ 5 ft. 8 ft. h A = 16 ft² ½ 4 ft × ) × × =V B h 16 ft² 4 ft.

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Use the formula V = Bh to find the volume of the triangular prism. 10 cm. V = 52.8 cm³ 2.2 cm. 4. 8 c m.

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Use the formula V = Bh to find the volume of the triangular prism. 13. 1 m. V = 235.8 m³ 6 m. 6 m.

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3 ft. V = 81 ft³ 6 ft. 9 ft.

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4 mm. V = 112.2 mm³ 5.5 mm. 10.2 mm.

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15 m. V = 432 m³ 6.4 m. 9 m.

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