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In this video, you will recognize that volume is additive, by finding the volume of a 3D figure composed of two rectangular prisms.

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**volume – the number of cubic units needed to fill the space inside a three-dimensional figure**

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**volume of a rectangular prism = length x width x height**

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4 in 2 in

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4 in 2 in

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4 in 2 in

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4 in 2 in Composite Volume = +

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4 in 2 in Composite Volume = + = LWH LWH

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4 in 2 in Composite Volume = + = LWH LWH = (2∙2∙2) (2∙4∙2)

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**= + = LWH + LWH = (2∙2∙2) + (2∙4∙2) = 8 + 16 Composite Volume 2 in**

= (2∙2∙2) (2∙4∙2) =

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**= + = LWH + LWH = (2∙2∙2) + (2∙4∙2) = 8 + 16 = 24 inches3**

Composite Volume = + = LWH LWH = (2∙2∙2) (2∙4∙2) = = inches3

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**= + = LWH + LWH = (2∙2∙2) + (2∙4∙2) = 8 + 16 = 24 inches3**

Composite Volume = + = LWH LWH = (2∙2∙2) (2∙4∙2) = = inches3

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**= + = LWH + LWH = (2∙2∙2) + (2∙4∙2) = 8 + 16 = 24 inches3**

Composite Volume = + = LWH LWH = (2∙2∙2) (2∙4∙2) = = inches3

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**= + = LWH + LWH = (2∙2∙2) + (2∙4∙2) = 8 + 16 = 24 inches3**

Composite Volume = + = LWH LWH = (2∙2∙2) (2∙4∙2) = = inches3

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**= + = LWH + LWH = (2∙2∙2) + (2∙4∙2) = 8 + 16 = 24 inches3**

Composite Volume = + = LWH LWH = (2∙2∙2) (2∙4∙2) = = inches3

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In this video, you recognized that volume is additive, by finding the volume of a 3D figure composed of two rectangular prisms.

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